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THE TRAGIC HISTORY OF CHECHNYA
AND ITS PEOPLE

Russia has a dark historical past and after the end of the Cold War it was expected that Russians will become civilized enough to give up their old evil ways. Sadly it appears that Russians have a Voracious Appetite for the Chechen blood, the Muslim blood, the blood of the people of the Caucasus. This appetite or animal instinct started by the Russians in 1552, when Ivan the Terrible ( the first Russian Czar, 1530-1584) invaded and destroyed Kazan ( 450 miles east of Moscow), the great Muslim city of Tatars located on the upper Volga river. Four years later the Russian hordes reached the Caspian Sea. This territorial expansion continued southward into Caucuses, westward into Europe and eastward. In 1722 Russia invaded Chechnya, and the ensuing wars raged for 142 years and, by 1864, had killed about 75 percent of  the population and destroyed most of Chechnya. It was the first evil design to liquidate Chechens. In February 1944, Stalin used most ferocious approach to deport all Chechens to Siberia and Kazakhstan on the pretext they cooperated with Nazi Germany. During this blood-bath, more than half of the Chechens population was liquidated. Chechnya itself was erased from the official maps, and no mention of it was made until 1957, when Khrushchev re-recognized the Chechens. Hitler's Holocaust pales in barbarity before the Russian extermination of Muslims under its occupation. Chechens were not the only victims: Ingush, Karachai, Balkar, Tartar, German were also exiled. On this cold horrible February night, Russian troops forced these people into railway cattle cars and sent them to build the Siberian railroad. Sick and elderly Chechens were separated from their families and pushed out of still moving cattle cars to face death alone along the railroad. When the Soviet Union collapsed, the Chechens exercised their democratic right to national independence. However, Russia opposed this move and initiated the third major Chechen liquidation war of 1994-1996. As a result, the pre-war Chechen population of 1.2 million dropped to 250,000. In addition to the unaccounted dead, hundreds of thousands of Chechens were dislocated.  The 1999 Russian invasion is a part of Moscow's continuous liquidation and annihilation policy. Even displaced Chechens women, children, and elderly were forced to remain standing at closed borders for days till they collapsed. The rest were forced to return to where the bombing killed thousands, while those children, elderly sick people who remain in the camps are dying from the cold and lack of medicine.  Ironically, the West is silently supporting Russia's anti-Chechen campaign. Russia's final stop will not be Chechnya, rather, it will continue its efforts to dominate Baku's oil fields, the Caucasus, and other satellite countries.    
            
The Chechens desperate struggle for freedom has taken many Muslims by surprise, because, like Bosnia, the very existence of this tiny Muslim country was unknown to many in our community. By now, as the savage hordes of Zsar Boris and Zsar Putin pour down from the barbarian lands of the north to bring fire and the sword to the Chechens, it is worth remembering that the Caucasus has always been the graveyard of invaders and the birthplace of Muslim heroes whose names still resound in the forests and valleys of that most romantic of all mountain lands. Russia has the power to destroy all Chechnya but they will not succeed in their evil ideas to defeat or conquer  Chechens. President Nixon wrote in 'Beyond Peace' that " Evil ideas inevitably fail because they are fundamentally at odds with human nature, but until they fail, they can do enormous damage to humanity."  Vladimir Lenin in 1922 voiced his fears for Soviet ethnic relations: " It would be unforgivable opportunism if... we should undermine our prestige... with even the slightest rudeness or injustice to our own minorities." Lenin's concern seems almost too mild in 1999-2000. Recently Vladimir Putin stated on Chechens that these black-skinned people must be annihilated.
 
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