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06 August 2020, 13:52

Social network users reproach Anzor Malizaev for his call to stop Kadyrov's critics

Anzor Malizaev, a brother of Minkail Malizaev, a critic of the Chechen authorities, who is living in Europe, has urged, in his video message addressed to members of the Chechen Diaspora in Europe, to stop his brother and other critics of the Chechen authorities, or send them home, where they will be "stopped." The Malizaev's appeal has caused rejection among residents of the republic.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that on July 9, the above Anzor Malizaev's video appeal was posted in Chechen Instagram publics, in which Anzor apologized for his brother; and on July 21, he posted an appeal calling on Minkail to repent.

A new Anzor Malizaev's video message was posted on August 4 in the Instagram publics Eldit_net and ChP Grozny_95.

In his new video clip, Anzor Malizaev accuses critics of the Chechen authorities of lack of shame and that they "brought no benefit to their people," while Ramzan Kadyrov, according to Malizaev, provided the republic's population with everything they needed amid the coronavirus pandemic. After that, the blogger's brother called for execution of Kadyrov's critics.

The authors of a number of comments on social networks have criticized Anzor Malizaev. "Where are you getting that nonsense from? You come and kill; you are used to killing," the user bekalina_8 wrote, in particular, without specifying who she meant. "You've already completed your jihad, you may (already) die," the user ne_vashe_delo_kto_ya_ has quipped, whose words were translated into Russian by the "Caucasian Knot" correspondent.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on August 6, 2020 at 9:39 am MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

Source: CK correspondent

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