11 April 2017, 12:50
Georgian citizen sentenced in Russia for posting a video about IS in social networks
In Vladimir, the court has found Ramin Aliev, a citizen of Georgia, guilty of disseminating a video record with calls for terrorism and sentenced him to two years of imprisonment.
According to the Prosecutor's Office, in 2013, Ramin Aliev came to the Vladimir Region in search for work. In 2015, on his social network page, he published a video record, which, according to experts, contained calls for terrorism, destruction of "non-Muslims", entry to the terrorist organization "Islamic State" (IS) banned in Russia by the court, and violence against officials of Tajikistan. This was reported by the Prosecutor's Office.
A criminal case was instituted against Ramin Aliev under Part 1 of Article 205.2 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (public calls for terrorist activities and public justification of terrorism). The defendant has fully admitted his guilt. At a visiting session in Vladimir, the Moscow District Military Court sentenced him to two years of imprisonment in a colony-settlement, the website of the Prosecutor's Office of the Vladimir Region reports today.
Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.