Screenshot from a video shooting where a resident of Dagestan behaved insultingly towards his own bride:

29 September 2020, 08:54

Commentators to wedding video treat groom's behaviour as shame for Dagestan

The groom, who in the resonant video has behaved abusively towards his own bride, has dishonoured not only himself, but also his people, subscribers of Dagestani publics have noted.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that social network users were outraged by the groom's behaviour at a wedding in Dagestan. Commentators to the wedding video believe that the man behaved abusively towards his own bride, but received no rebuff from her relatives.

Many commentators agree with the caption to the post saying: "Modern Dagestan. They dishonour people, but that's me who am ashamed." "It's a shame in general: where the Dagestani people are heading," the user Karim Alibekov writes, in particular.

"I'm ashamed even to look at it," the user under the nickname Ss Ss has noted.

"I'm waiting for a video where he apologizes," the user alina_gadzhieva1 has added.

"This is the shame of Dagestan. And you needn't write that it's their custom. No, disrespect is a custom nowhere. And our religion condemns disrespect in all its manifestations," the user tanya_alieva has concluded.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on September 28, 2020 at 08:35 pm MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

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