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The killed Chechen and Ingush islamists Ghenayev and Yevloyev were accompanied by a woman - Madeena Aoosheva, an ethnic Ingush from Vladikavkaz - the capital of the Russian Republic of Northern Ossetia. She resided in Kartsa - today a district of Vladikavkaz and a former settlement not far from the city where Ingushs lived in form of an ethnic minority (Ingushs are Moslems while Ossets are Orthodox Christians).
She was officially registgered as a missing person after she had disappeared from her home without notifying any of her relatives.
The Russian Police suspected her of organising anti-government anarchic riots in Nazran (the biggest city and former capital of the Russian Republic of Ingushetia) in January 26th, 2008, because a woman having the appearance of the missing Madeena Aoosheva had been seen among the demonstrators and later the arrested pro-islmic anarchists told the police that, indeed, a woman looking like Madeena Aoosheva had been among them and seemed to have the role of the instigator and coordinator of the riots.
The Russian Police suppose Madeena Aoosheva could have been involved in various types of fraudulent activities and must have had strong connections to the Northern Caucasus islamist underground.
The best proof for such ideas of the Russian Police is now the dead body of Madeena Aoosheva, who, by the way, was 38 yo.
While the Chechen (medium) islamist leader Ghenayev found himself in the process of cacation with his Ingush deputy and friend Yevloyev watching him (see the former 2 parts of my posting) Madeena Aoosheva was hiding in the next building waiting for them.
After Russians had killed the two male islamists they offered Madeena Aoosheva to surrender but the 38 yo refused and committed suicide - she took 2 self-made grenades into her hands and blew them up simultaneously but only the one in the right hand exploded (you can clearly see the unexploded grenade in her left hand).
These small self-made hand-grenades are typical for the region and were nicknamed by Russians as "shahidkas" ("shahidka" being in Russia a femal version of "shahid" - a suicide bomber killing in the name of Allah). Many of these self-made grenades are of a very poor quality and don't explode when used.
The case with Madeena Aoosheva is a very indicative of the situation in North Caucasus - and that's the way it has been there for the last 12 years. In fact all those accusations against the Federal Police and the Armed Forces are nothing but an informational warfare used by the islamists. No-one was kidnapped but those missing are simply hiding and fighting on the side of the islamists while the hippie-like and anarchiccally minded journalists in the Russian media keep on accusing the Russian Government of kidnapping innocent people and killing them.
Madeena Aoosheva is just another good example of a "missing" person who, in fact, had left her home because she wanted to join Jihad and kill the "infidels". Her parents reported her missing and complained to Human Rights Watch and similar organisations who started accusing Russia of the whole bag of tricks not even trying to investigate the situation themselves.
Yes, that's how islamists and the media controlled by them blackmail Russia in her fight against jihadists.
Well, and now, some last information: after the 3 had been dead Russians discovered a whole arsenal inside their car: rockets for RPGs, the famous RKG-3 grenades used so often against the US and other NATO forces in Iraq, piles of explosives sometimes mounted on belts to hide them under the clothes and explode in the crowd etc.
Oh, those poor kidnaped and missing jihadists!
By: Oh, dear!
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