The mother of the blogger Malika Djikaeva apologizes to Ramzan Kadyrov. Screenshot www.instagram.com/p/CIxkWUiK7m8/

14 December 2020, 23:58

Mother of notorious blogger Malika Djikaeva apologizes to Ramzan Kadyrov

The mother of Malika Djikaeva, an Instagram blogger from North Ossetia, requested Ramzan Kadyrov to help free her daughter from arrest in Chechnya and apologized for her shocking videos on social networks.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that in March, Malika Djikaeva was arrested on suspicion of drug possession. The blogger insists on her innocence, and forensic examinations confirmed that she did not use drugs, an advocate reports. Relatives of Malika Djikaeva believe that the drugs were planted on her in order to punish the blogger for her videos on Instagram.

Caucasian experts note that Muslims can painfully perceive Malika Djikaeva's videos, but they do not contain any direct attacks on Islam.

"If we offended you by the fact that my child put on a hijab and misbehaved, I apologize," said Angela Kudzieva, the mother of Malika Djikaeva, in a video posted on Instagram.

The woman has stated that her daughter was "being tortured." "I beg you, please, interfere in the case, because many people write that she will not come out alive from there ... I was told that my daughter would be brought dead," said the blogger's mother and mentioned the wide power of Ramzan Kadyrov.

Let us remind you that earlier, Chechen human rights defenders and activists, including Oyub Titiev, the chief of the Human Rights Centre (HRC) "Memorial" office in Grozny, had been sentenced in cases on drug possession.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on December 14, 2020 at 04:44 pm MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

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