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AUGUST 2010


Access To Warm Waters Across Blood Tinged Sea

posted by eagle on August, 2010 as CIRCASSIA ADIGA


Access to Warm Waters Across Blood Tinged Sea


By: Eagle 


Nations and peoples have every right to live decently in their own homeland, freely and without interference or custody of anyone, and in accordance with the supreme humanitarian principles; but from time to time greedy foreign powers emerge in order to impose control over the oppressed nations and peoples, as well as to occupy the homelands of others, by killing and displacing of the vast majority of peaceful citizens through bloodshed of the innocent, without a sway of scruples or deterrent of moral, and without showing the least of pettiness or mercy towards the victims who got the sanctity of their homelands, honors, homes and their privacy violated. 


That one wonders of conspiratorial desperate attempts that are intended finishing point of an important Caucasian subject, as well as finishing the rest of the components and symbols of ...


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Houses Are Demolished In Imereti Lowland

posted by eagle on as CIRCASSIA ADIGA


28 08 2010 
Houses are demolished in Imereti Lowland

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Currently, in the Imereti Lowland of Sochi, in the place, where the stadium for the opening ceremony of the Olympiad-2014 will be built, private households are being demolished. 

Dredges of the contractors of the "Olympstroy" Corporation are destroying the houses, from where residents were resettled by court decisions. Earlier, they protested against eviction; however, many of them were forced to abandon their houses. Some of them became owners of the houses built in Nekrasovskoe village located nearby. The certificate placed near the construction site runs that the place will "comprise houses, engineering infrastructure, street-and-road network of the cultural-historical centre 'Nekrasovskoe village' in the Imereti Lowland (design and prospecting works, construction)." 

In total, the layout pictures 120 houses; and superintendents assure that it is really so. 

Nekrasovskoe is near Nizhneimeretinskaya Street, where private houses are demolished and where, according to the "Olympstroy", the 40,000-capacity stadium will be ...

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NatPress: Moscow Nervous About Cirassians Identifying Themselves As Circassians

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Moscow Nervous about Cirassians Identifying Themselves as Circassians

25 August 2010 – 16:00 – NatPress 
Source: Window on EurAsia - Paul Goble

Moscow Nervous about Cirassians Identifying Themselves as Circassians in Upcoming Census

If Circassians identify themselves as such, as many activists are urging, and not as the separate nationalities the Soviets divided them into, according to Russian experts cited in an article in today’s "Rossiiskaya gazeta,” that action alone could undermine the delicate ethnic balance in many republics and even spark new conflicts in the North Caucasus.

Marina Gritsyuk, one of the paper’s journalists, notes that "for example, in the Kabardino-Balkar Republic,” where a majority is made up of Kabards, one of those Circassian subgroups, any shift in identification in the upcoming census, could exacerbate the tensions which already exist with the Turkic Balkars (www.rg.ru/2010/08/23/perepis.html).

This article is the clearest indication yet that the campaign by Circassians both internationally and in the North Caucasus is having an impact and that Moscow now ...


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Window On Eurasia: Moscow Nervous About Circassians Identifying Themselves As Circassians In Upcoming Census

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MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 2010

Window on Eurasia: Moscow Nervous about Circassians Identifying Themselves as Circassians in Upcoming Census

Paul Goble

Staunton, August 23 – If Circassians identify themselves as such, as many activists are urging, and not as the separate nationalities the Soviets divided them into, according to Russian experts cited in an article in today’s "Rossiiskaya gazeta,” that action alone could undermine the delicate ethnic balance in many republics and even spark new conflicts in the North Caucasus.
Marina Gritsyuk, one of the paper’s journalists, notes that "for example, in the Kabardino-Balkar Republic,” where a majority is made up of Kabards, one of those Circassian subgroups, any shift in identification in the upcoming census, could exacerbate the tensions which already exist with the Turkic Balkars (www.rg.ru/2010/08/23/perepis.html).
This article is the clearest indication yet that the campaign by Circassians both internationally and in the North Caucasus is having an impact and that Moscow now feels ...

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Jordan Times: New Academy to Promote Circassian Language, Traditions

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New academy to promote Circassian language, traditions, by Hana Namrouqa - The Jordan Times


August 8, 2010 -- AMMAN - Colourful, thematic performances and music on Friday marked the launch of a new academy designed to preserve and promote Circassian heritage.

Performing for a full house at Al Hussein Cultural Centre in Ras Al Ain, the recently established International Circassian Cultural Academy (ICCA) and its dance troupe the "Highlanders” entertained an audience of over 300 people with dances and movements synchronised to lively music.

During the ceremony, attended by HRH Prince Ali, patron of the event, and HRH Princess Rym Ali, ICCA President Laila Khwaj said the new academy seeks to preserve the culture, heritage and language of the Circassian people.

The ICCA, headquartered in the Jandaweel neighbourhood in western Amman, will serve as a hub for different activities to acquaint young Circassians with their traditions, in addition ...


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