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Radio Adiga: In Adygea Smoldering Conflict Of Russians, Circassians And Kurds (Part 2)

posted by eagle on April, 2010 as CIRCASSIA ADIGA


17 04 2010
In Adygea smoldering conflict of Russians, Circassians and Kurds (Part 2)

 

Interview with Nina Nikolaevna Konovalova, the head of the Union of Slavs of Adygeya, a deputy of the State Council. 

Continuation from Part 1… ...We have another different situation. For the present we have got two more large groups - Russians and Circassians. But being in the majority, Russians, due to a number of objective and subjective reasons, found themselves in the role of political minorities and failed to fully assert their rights. The Russian authorities viewed this problem when we shouted about it yet in the 90 years. Now already the authorities have begun to scream. But now we have another serious problem which has arisen, the Kurds. 

- And where did they come from? 

- They came from Central Asia in the early 90's, they began to settle here. Meskhetian Turks have increasingly occupied the Krasnodar Territory. And near to us Kurds have been settled. People, who absolutely do not accept another culture, live closed, very large families. And the girls they give in the age of 12-13 years to marry. Closely relative marriages go down to the fact that brothers marry sisters and uncles nieces. They have large numbers of children. Since marriages are not officially registered, these underage mothers listed as single mothers. They are not listed as employed, they do not pay taxes. And all these benefits them, including child allowances and social benefits to these mothers, including free medical care and schooling, and so on - it falls on the shoulders of Krasnogvardeysky district, where they mostly settled. To the budget for the district they do not give actually anything. But it is completely closed enclave and is exacerbated by spreading of drugs. For the republic it is a very big problem. 

Today in the previously complete Russian villages, up to half and already in some 70% of the population are Kurdish, which replaced the Russian. In this area there were settlements of Russians and Circassians. To Circassians, we must pay tribute, when the heads of administrations have tried to give the Kurds the opportunity to live and be registered, the elderly Circassians gathered and said: "either there will not be Kurds here, or you will not be the heads of administration. But in the Russian settlements there in the participation of the heads of administration, and the prosecutor, the Kurds were settled. And today, they have created a terrible situation. There are ethnically motivated murders and rape. Moreover, when Kurdish boys raped a Russian girl, going to gatherings of citizens, have decided to evict them, and when they came to evict the elderly, riot police stood on the protection of this house. They were not only not evicted, but not even tried to. They simply pay bribes to get rid of our corrupt law enforcement. 

- In what town it happened? 

- It was in the village of Bella Krasnogvardeisky area. I’m already in the fourth term as a deputy of State Council; it was still in the second term. We went there three in nubmer with two other deputies of the State Council, members of the Management Board of the Union of Slavs of Adygeya. There is even the prosecutor arrived with a camera to shoot us – they were scared that we are extremists, and that we will foment ethnic hatred. People have gathered, we were at this gathering. Then there was may be something to do, and they tried. But the authorities did not set out to meet the indigenous population. And now the authorities themselves are alarmed, but they can do nothing now. The situation is this ... up to 70-80% of children in the classroom are Kurdish, who Russian language did not really know and do not want to learn it. They are beginning to require teachers to teach them in the Kurdish language at classes. But if the boys do a little bit longer in school, the girls in 10-11 years old are just taken out of school. Well, first of all they worry that they will be stolen, and secondly at 12 years of age they are starting to give birth. 

newsland.ru 

Translation by Radio Adiga (Part 3 to come…)

http://www.radioadiga.com/ClosedIndex/artikkk.php?ind=3425

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