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JULY 2013


Circassians See Long-Term Struggle for Their Interests in the North Caucasus

posted by eagle on July, 2013 as CIRCASSIA ADIGA


July 31, 2013 03:35 PM 

Circassians See Long-Term Struggle for Their Interests in the North Caucasus


By: Valery Dzutsev




Circassians marching in Istanbul in support of their co-nationals in Syria (Source: businessturkeytoday.com)

The high expectations on the part of Circassians of benevolence from the Russian state were cut short by the Russian government’s attitude toward the repatriation of the Syrian Circassians. "Even in a ‘life-and-death’ situation, Russia will never help us,” the well-known Circassian activist Andzor Kabard told Ekho Kavkaza Radio, referring to Moscow’s reluctance to allow the repatriation of Circassians from Syria to the North Caucasus. Kabard predicted there would be some kind of information campaign in support of Circassians in fall 2013 in connection to the Olympiad in Sochi, but that Russia is unlikely to change its attitude toward what he called the "Circassian Question.” According to the Circassian activist, the "Circassian Question” is first of all "the question of unifying people who ...


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Circassians Mark 250th Anniversary of Resistance to Russian Aggression

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Circassians Mark 250th Anniversary of Resistance to Russian Aggression

Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 10 Issue: 141


July 31, 2013 03:41 PM 






(Source: peacekeeper.ru)


Much has been and will be said about the 150th anniversary of the Circassian "genocide” by Russian forces that will be marked in 2014 when the site of that mass murder is scheduled to be the venue of the Winter Olympics. But this week marks what is at least as significant, politically if not morally, for both Circassians and Russians—the 250th anniversary of the continuing resistance of the Circassian nation to Russian aggression in the North Caucasus.

On July 28, 1763, a Russian military unit crossed into the territory of the sovereign principality of Greater Kabarda, the largest state of the Circassian nation up to that time. Over the next 101 years, Circassians resisted the invasion of the much larger Russian military, earning the respect of Russian commanders as one ...


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