Plane from Tel Aviv – Anti-Semitic gang storms Dagestan airport


As a result of the Gaza conflict, anti-Jewish attacks are increasing in Russia’s Muslim-dominated North Caucasus. In Makhachkala in the Republic of Dagestan, a crowd of people entered the airport on Sunday evening after a plane from Tel Aviv had landed there, reportedly carrying refugees from Israel. Numerous people also ran into the airport. The airport was temporarily closed, the Tass agency reported

Citing state aviation authority Rosawiazija, it is also said that arriving planes were diverted to other airports. On Saturday, a crowd of angry people surrounded a hotel in the city of Khasavyurt, Dagestan, over a rumor that refugees from Israel would be housed there. The state agency Ria confirmed this incident. According to local reports, several dozen men broke into the hotel to check the passports of hotel guests. The police have locked down the hotel.

Russian Muslims hunt Jews
The situation is aggravated by the fact that the evacuation flights for Russian citizens from Tel Aviv land in the North Caucasus, namely at the airports of Makhachkala, Mineralnye Vody and Sochi. In the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, Russian Muslims stand with their Palestinian brothers.

In Nalchik, tires were set on fire on Sunday next to a Jewish cultural center under construction, Ria news agency reported. According to the security authorities of the Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria, the building had been defaced with extremist slogans. According to photos, it read “Death to the Jews.” In the Karachayev-Cherkessia Republic, demonstrators called for the deportation of the local Jewish population.

The head of state is trying to calm things down
The head of the Republic of Dagestan, Sergei Melikov, called on the population not to be incited by extremists who wanted to destabilize the situation. “Because of the forgeries spread by our enemies, some very young people were about to break the laws,” he wrote on Telegram. The region’s Muslim clergy also made it clear: “Anti-Semitism has no place in the multi-ethnic North Caucasus.”

Due to the violence in the Middle East, President Vladimir Putin met last week with the heads of the religions represented in Russia. He called for peaceful coexistence between peoples and religions in the great country.

Source: Krone


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