Russian Terrorist Adam Osmayev Chief Suspect in Executions of Ukraine Opposition Politicians Oleg Kalashnikov and Sergey Melnichuk

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Adam Osmayev one if a number of Имарат Кавказ Imarat Kavkaz Chechen Emirate under arrest by the Ukraine SBU in 2012 for plotting to assassinate Russian Presidnet Vladimir Putin under the orders of Dokka Umarov. For more on this story see http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2107026/Vladimir-Putin-assassination-plot-Chechen-rebel-Adam-Osmayev-captured.html
The Ukrainian SBU is investigating wanted Russian Terrorist Adam Osmayev leader of the Sheik Mansour Battalion – Ukraine Insurgent Army for ordering the recent deaths of former Presdient Yanokovich personel Oleg Kalashnikov and Sergey Melnichuk. Osmayev came under investigation after a email address bearing the the name Ukraine Insurgent Army was traced to a building in Kiev used by the Battalion he leads them as a supply store. Osmayev continues to lead a Battalion of foreign Muslim fighters in Ukraine despite Poroshenko signing oif the Minsk agreement in which he pledged to remove all foreign fighters from Ukraine.
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The name Sheik Mansour Battalion refers to a 17th Century Al-Imam al-Mansur al-Mutawakil ‘ala Allah who fought a gureilla war against the troops of Catherine the Great not to to Arab leader and funder of the Free Syrian Army.
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Adam Osmayev was born in Soviet Chechnya but was sent as a child to England to be raised sue to the outbreak of war. He is a former translatorand leader of the Svobodny Kavkaz (Free Caucasus) in Britain and has been reported as being the go-between between Chechen Islamic fighters and the western backers.

Isa Munaev introduced Adam Osmayev as his deputy to the Chechen run Dzhokhar Dudayev International Peacekeeping Battalion who are referred to in Ukraine as by the name Sheik Mansour Battalion – Ukraine Insurgent Army or who fought under the name Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar.

Adam Osmayev took over the leadership of this battalion of foreign fighters who have had combat experience in Chechnya, Ossetia, Syria, Libya and Iraq after its founder Isa Munaev who killed in the Battle for Debaltsevo after coming under Grad Rocket fire from the Rinat Akmetov funded Kievian Rus Battalion.
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Former Sheik Mansour Battalion Isa Munaev killed in action.
CIA funded Vice Media Interview with Russian Terrorist Adam Osmayev.
Russian Terrorist Adam Osmayev Chief Suspect in Executions of Ukraine Opposition Politicians

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Adam Osmayev one if a number of Имарат Кавказ Imarat Kavkaz Chechen Emirate under arrest by the Ukraine SBU in 2012 for plotting to assassinate Russian Presidnet Vladimir Putin under the orders of Dokka Umarov. For more on this story see http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2107026/Vladimir-Putin-assassination-plot-Chechen-rebel-Adam-Osmayev-captured.html

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The Ukrainian SBU is investigating wanted Russian Terrorist Adam Osmayev leader of the Sheik Mansour Battalion – Ukraine Insurgent Army for ordering the recent deaths of former Presdient Yanokovich personel Oleg Kalashnikov and Sergey Melnichuk. Osmayev came under investigation after a email address bearing the the name Ukraine Insurgent Army was traced to a building in Kiev used by the Battalion he leads them as a supply store. Osmayev continues to lead a Battalion of foreign Muslim fighters in Ukraine despite Poroshenko signing oif the Minsk agreement in which he pledged to remove all foreign fighters from Ukraine.

The name Sheik Mansour Battalion refers to a 17th Century Al-Imam al-Mansur al-Mutawakil ‘ala Allah who fought a gureilla war against the troops of Catherine the Great not to to Arab leader and funder of the Free Syrian Army.

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Adam Osmayev was born in Soviet Chechnya but was sent as a child to England to be raised sue to the outbreak of war. He is a former translatorand leader of the Svobodny Kavkaz (Free Caucasus) in Britain and has been reported as being the go-between between Chechen Islamic fighters and the western backers.

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Isa Munaev introduced Adam Osmayev as his deputy to the Chechen run Dzhokhar Dudayev International Peacekeeping Battalion who are referred to in Ukraine as by the name Sheik Mansour Battalion – Ukraine Insurgent Army or who fought under the name Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar.

Adam Osmayev took over the leadership of this battalion of foreign fighters who have had combat experience in Chechnya, Ossetia, Syria, Libya and Iraq after its founder Isa Munaev who killed in the Battle for Debaltsevo after coming under Grad Rocket fire from the Rinat Akmetov funded Kievian Rus Battalion.

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Former Sheik Mansour Battalion Isa Munaev killed in action.

CIA funded Vice Media Interview with Russian Terrorist Adam Osmayev.

Sheik Mansour Battalion – Ukraine Insurgent Army claim that Lviv is a former Muslim land in need of liberation.

Ukraine Conflict being Used for Islamic State Recruitment by Chechens Fighting for Pro-US Regime

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A group of approximately 5 Crimean Tartar’s who are former volunteer battalion member in Ukraine have been recruited for to fight the Islamic State whilst fighting with pro-US Chechen Sheikh Mansour Volunteer Battalion.

They have called themselves the Taliban Fi Bilad a-Sham or Crimean Emirate and thought to b fighting for an Islamic State under the leadership of former Georgian Army Officer Tarkhan Tayumurazovich Batirashvili otherwise as Abu Omar al-Shishani who is thought to be one of the Islamic States Deputy Leader.

Abu Omar al-Shishan leads a group of fighters from the Caucus Emirate fighting group in Syria called Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar or sometimes Hebrewised to Daesh.

Link to online article on the issue; http://www.chechensinsyria.com/?p=23541

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What Does the Russian Civil War in Ukraine Mean for the Future of Putin’s Presidency Op-Ed

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You think Putin just because he is President is in control of the state and Army, I pitty the fool that falls for such propaganda. Here is  quick history lesson for you fool. Soviet power structures worked like this it was called democratic centralism. You had the Communist Party branches that elected representitives to the Party Congress, the Party Congress elected memebers to the Central Committee, the Central Committee elected members to the Political Bureau was made the day to day decisions and elected the General Secretary who was also the Commander in Chief of the Party’s Army the Soviet Red Army. The Central Committee also ran the national consultative committee called the Supreme Soviet the Army however was subject to the control of the Central Committee how appointed to General Staff not the Supreme Soviet i.e. Parliament.

The parliament enacted the decisions of the Central Committee and ran the day to day operations of the state usually the General Secretary of the Party was also the Premier but not always, but the leader of the Soviet Union was always the General Secretary of Party not the Premier. the NKVD or later known as KGB was run by the state through parliament under the watch of the Central Committee. The leading branch of the CPSU was the Ukrainian Branch because the Ukraine was where the mining, steel making industries, defense manufacturing and half the Party’s Army was based. It is why is the post Stalin era all but two General Secretaries of the Party and usually Premiers were from Ukraine including Gorbachov. The power base in Ukraine for the Party was in three interesting places Luhansk, Donetsk, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk and Crimea because of the mining, manufacturing, military industry and because of the large Navy base in Crimea. This is why they broke of parts of Russia and put them into the power strongholds in Urkaine.Fast forward to today these areas are still strongholds of the Communist Party.

The fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 was a result of the infiltration of the Party by the KGB and it putting in place Gorbachov as General Secretary which resulted in a change of power structure where the Party and its army were subjugated to the rule of the state and of the newly installed position of President of Russia. Ukraine in the mean time has not moved forward as former party officials including Poroshenko have fought over the control of state assets and with Russia, European and US interfering in election process including in 1994 where they worked together to get Kuchma elected. In that election 27m votes were cast but 35m counted. So in Russia the KGB now renamed FSB kept control of the state processes and appointed Putin after Yelstin lost control of his faculties. Putin is answerable to the FSB for his power not the other way round.

What is interesting in the Russian Civil War in Ukraine is that Putin is telling the truth about not sending in troops into Crimea and into Donetsk and Luhansk because many in the Army still consider it to be the Army of the Party and not of the state just many in Ukraine still do. What should be more troubling to people like you is that Putin is not a dictator and if he didnt send in the Army into Crimea and he is telling the truth that he didnt send in Army suplies into Donetsk and Luhansk and he didnt order the reuse of Soviet Symbols and regalia by the Army. It means that if there thousands of soliders from the Russian Army as reported in some media in the Donbass they are either deserters who have stolen military equipment or that the Army has sent them in against the expressed wishes of the government, meaning they are reverting to a Soviet when he said he didn’t send soldiers into Crimea or that they were sent in by the Army took control after referendum and then the Russian government followed the lead of the Army meaning they have accepted this reversion to a Soviet power structure or that their is conflict going on for power in Russia between the Army and the FSB with a similar contest going on in Ukraine between the SBU and the General Staff of the Army.

So in other words dont be surprised when the Ukraine matter is resolved in the affirmative for its Russian speaking population that there isnt a move made on Putin which is why he might be trying to drag out the conflict in Ukraine because he knows he has lost control of the Army.

Ukraine’s Arms Shipments Not Only Fueled Syria Conflict but Also Conflicts Around the World

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An old article but well worth a re-read to help get a backgorund on the current conlfict in Ukraine
Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 9 Issue: 229
December 14, 2012 06:44 PM Age: 2 yrs

Ukrainian S-125-2D surface-to-air missiles (Source: Aerotechnica)

A meeting in Morocco on December 12 by The Friends of Syria representing 100 countries recognized the opposition National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Force as the sole representative of the Syrian people. The step opens the way for increased humanitarian and military assistance for opposition forces seeking the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad.
Ukraine will likely be one of the countries seeking to capitalize on this new development and export weapons to Syrian opposition forces through Arab proxies. The former Soviet Union and Ukraine have long-term experience in supplying weapons to the Middle East and Africa.

President Viktor Yanukovych’s administration has been pragmatic about exporting arms to warring parties and states—including to those opposed by Russia (see EDM, April 17, May 15). In particular, Ukrainian-made weapons have been delivered to insurgents in Syria through Saudi Arabian proxies. However, the Ukrainian foreign ministry denies supplying arms to the Syrian rebels (http://mfa.gov.ua/ua/press-center/briefing/1069-shhodo-informaciji-pro-ukrajinsyku-zbroju-v-siriji).

Ukrainian arms shipments are likely to be part of a covert operation funded by Gulf Sunni supporters of the Syrian rebels. Weapons crates found in the Syrian city of Aleppo showed the arms were delivered from the Ukrainian port of Gostomel and exported by Dastan Engineering from LCW (Luhansk Cartridge Works), a major ammunition manufacturing plant in Luhansk. One of LCW’s main exports is the 7.62-mm cartridge used in AK-47 semi-automatic rifles, employed by both sides of the Syrian conflict (Ukrayinska Pravda, October 9).

Despite the Ukrainian support they are receiving, Syrian rebels continue to confuse Ukraine with Russia (as both were part of the Soviet Union, a common confusion even in the West). Furthermore, the anti-Assad forces suspect that Ukraine may in fact be arming both sides of the conflict. Therefore, Syrian rebels have retaliated by kidnapping Ukrainian and Russian journalists and threatening to attack both countries’ diplomatic missions in Syria (Ukrayinska Pravda, October 15). Syrian rebel suspicion of Ukraine playing both sides was deepened when kidnapped Ukrainian journalist Ankhar Kochnyeva publicly admitted to working for the Russian intelligence services and being a translator for Syrian intelligence (Ukrayinska Pravda, October 29).

Soon thereafter, the Ukrayina television channel owned by oligarch Rinat Akhmetov broadcast a videotaped message from Syrian rebel forces in which they threatened: “From now on Ukrainian embassies, Russian embassies, citizens of these countries, and also Iranians will become targets for our forces. We call upon our forces to not permit Ukrainians, Russians or Iranians to leave Syria alive” (http://kanalukraina.tv/stories/1556). The Free Syrian Amy also threatened to execute Kochnyeva.

The Syrian civil war represents only the latest case of Ukraine being involved in supplying weapons to an ongoing violent conflict. For example, the Central African Republic and Chad each purchased Mi-24B combat helicopters and portable air-defense systems from Ukraine that in both cases were used in domestic civil wars and to support guerrilla groups in neighboring states. Additionally, in 2010–2011, Aerotekhnika MLT, a plant based in the town of Makariv in the Kyiv region, delivered four upgraded S-125 anti-aircraft missile systems to Uganda with each system including radar, a control cabin and four launchers. Uganda has used Ukrainian arms to battle the domestic Lord Resistance Army guerrilla group and provide support to groups in Sudan and Rwanda. Since 2010, Ukraine has also supplied 200 tanks to Ethiopia worth $100 million, and ten upgraded S-125-2D surface-to-air missiles were exported to an undisclosed African country (Gorshenin Weekly, February 27). Backed by logistical support from the United States, Ethiopia has cooperated with Kenya in the struggle against Islamist forces in neighboring Somalia.

In 2011, Ukraine exported tanks and upgraded armored personnel carriers (APCs) to Sudan and Ethiopia. Sudan also received 30 BM-21 Grad armored rocket launchers, 30 122-milimeter 2S1 Hvozdika self-propelled artillery systems, and 42 anti-missile systems. Some of the weapons used by Sudan against the newly independent Southern Sudan included tanks from Ukraine (as well as China) (Ukrayinska Pravda, June 28).

By their clandestine nature, Ukrainian arms deliveries to the Syrian rebels resemble Ukrainian arms supplied to the Croatian army and Kosovo Albanian separatists in the 1990s as part of covert operations supported at the time by the United States. More recently, in 2011–2012, the US and Germany respectively purchased 144,000 and 54,000 Ukrainian small arms for training purposes (Gorshenin Weekly, May 14). These could be meant for covert operations, the Soviet weapons providing the US with deniability as to the supplier. A similar strategy was used in the 1980s by the US in Afghanistan when it supplied Soviet weapons—captured by Israel in Lebanon and sent through Pakistan—to the anti-Soviet Mujahedeen. The strategy backfired when the Mujahedeen, still in possession of the weaponry supplied by Washington, became the Taliban. Thus, if the Assad regime is overthrown and an extremist new government—armed with Ukrainian weaponry—takes power in Damascus, history could repeat itself.

Western Ukraine Cities Put Into Lockdown as Thousands of Army Resrves Cross Into Russia

Cities across Western Ukriane have put into lock down as government authorities fear the spread of violence that has grown across Ukriane in recent weeks. In recent weeks the has been a series of fire bombings of government offices and attacks for Junta officals property in Kharkiv, Odessa, Kiev, Lviv and other places.

The Interior Ministry is currently recruitign members of Nationalist organistaions to organise night time streets patrols and checkpoints as tens of thousands of mobilised Ukriane Army Reserves refuse to turn up to mobilisation requests from illegitimate Coup President Petro Poroshenko.

Only 6% of persons who are subject to a partial mobilization, are volunteers which acoounts for only 3000 out of 50000 members of Ukrainian Army Rerserve with many thousands more accused of crossing Ukraines borders with the favorite destination being Russia.

Police with the assistance of volunteer battalions have set up checkpoints in the Western Ukrainian city of Lviv to check for weapons after thousands of Ukraine Army personel refused to turn up for the 4th national mobilsation. Oleg Boyko of the Ukraine General Staff confirmed reports that only 6% or 3 thousand Ukraine Army personal reported for duty in the 4th mobilisation with many more thosuands of Ukriane Army personel reproted to have crossed into Russia and other countries with fears that they will take weapons with them or join the insurgency now going on around easterna nd southern Ukraine.
Police along with Interior Ministry Troops have sort the assistance of nationalist volunteers in the Western Ukrainian city of Ivano-Frankivsk to set up night patrols and checkpoints to check for weapons after thousands of Ukraine Army personel refused to turn up for the 4th national mobilsation. Oleg Boyko of the Ukraine General Staff confirmed reports that only 6% or 3 thousand Ukraine Army personal reported for duty in the 4th mobilisation with many more thosuands of Ukriane Army personel reproted to have crossed into Russia and other countries with fears that they will take weapons with them or join the insurgency now going on around easterna nd southern Ukraine.
 
This was during a meeting of the chief of the Main Directorate of Mobilization Department of Defense and the General Staff of the mobilization plan of the Armed Forces, Oleg Boyko. “At the moment … on the fourth stage partial mobilization at this rate, we have only six percent,” – said Boyko.

According to him, during the previous mobilization, this percentage was significantly higher and in some places reached 20%.

“During the first stage of the partial mobilization in 2014, we were called for only 20% of the total number of volunteers mobilized. During the second and third stage of mobilization, this figure was up to 10 percent, “- said Boyko.

“The biggest problem in mobilization activities in the Transcarpathian region,” – he said.
According to him, sometimes people go abroad whole villages. “There is a report of the Chairman of the Kosovo village of the district, according to which the local population has hired two buses and drove them to the Russian Federation. On the border reservists paid for its intersection “, – said the head of mobilization department.

He added that in the Ternopil region continues mass escape of the male population abroad. “As if this was not a paradox, but people fleeing the Russian Federation”, – said Boyko.
There are also problems with the mobilization of equipment for the needs of the army. “Technology has been registered at the enterprises, while on business trips outside areas. And, as experience shows, was sent there literally on the eve of mobilization, “- he explained.

As previously reported, prosecutors have opened criminal proceedings in 1172 the facts of evasion from military service mobilization in 2014, the chief of the General Staff Mobilization Department Oleg Boyko.