Remember, Putin has allowed sharia law to become a de facto law of the land in Chechneya….
At the outbreak of that war, the mufti of Chechnya, Akhmad Kadyrov, broke with his people and sided with Putin. He became the president of Chechnya until his 2004 assassination, after which his son, Ramzan Kadyrov, took his place. Ramzan made a bargain with Putin to repress violence in Chechnya in exchange for complete control and autonomy in Chechnya, and influence in other predominantly Muslim republics within the Russian Federation such as Bashkortostan, Tatarstan, Dagestan, Ingushetia and others.
Kadyrov’s control is so great that the Islamic republics have become massive no-go zones for ethnic Russians and Russian police, dwarfing the “Muslim ghettos” in European cities that Russian television loves to highlight. In addition, Kadyrov has reintroduced polygamy, officially outlawed in Russia but recently tolerated among Muslim citizens; banned the production of alcohol; and mandated that women wear the hijab.
Mull that one over with Putin’s overtly anti-homosexual agenda in Russia and you’ll begin to connect the dots, that he’s not really that anti-Islam as many may think, at least when it suits his interests.
Gay man held in ‘Nazi-style’ Chechen concentration camp says he was tortured with electric shocks and metal rods as part of country’s anti-homosexual purge
A man known only by the alias Adam has told of how he was beaten and electrocuted daily while detained in an anti-gay Chechen concentration camp (pictured, another camp victim)
- Man known only as Adam says he was tortured daily while detained in the camp
- Said he was electrocuted and beaten while men shouted anti-gay slurs at him
- Torturers wanted him to give up the names of other gay men in Chechnya
- Camp set up as part of a purge being carried out by leader Ramzan Kadyrov
Chechen man has revealed how he was given electric shocks on a daily basis and bombarded with abuse while locked up as part of an anti-gay purge.
The man, known only as Adam, said metal clamps were attached to his fingers and toes before shockwaves were sent through his body, as part of a campaign of torture at an informal detention facility in Chechnya.
Adam also told how he was beaten with wooden sticks or metal rods as his torturers shouted abuse at him and demanded to know the names of other gay men.
He said he was arrested after being called by a long-time gay friend who suggested that they meet up.
But when he arrived he was met by thugs who detained him, accused him of being gay, and then showed him messages he had sent to other men.
Forced into a confession, he was then taken to the camp where the torture started.
Adam claims that he was held alongside more than a dozen homosexual men, who were subjected to a similar ordeal.