Monday, 5 September 2011

Jihadi flag hoisted over radio tower three times in Ingushetia


More "Re-Claiming" the Ummah (Pro-Jihad) News in Chechnya ....

Publication time: 4 September 2011, 23:59 



On Sunday morning, Russian media reported that a radio transmission tower in the village of Ordzhonikidzevskaya had been booby-trapped with two bombs.

The Russian invaders said that the tower had been surrounded and engineers had been conducting demining.

On Sunday night, the invaders reported that instead of bombs the engineers found imitations.

As is known, Russian censorship always distorts the details of the news. The Mujahideen reported about what had really happened on the website of a news agency AbrorInfo:

On September 4, a black flag of Jihad was hoisted on the spire of a radio transmitting tower in the village Ordzhonikidzevskaya in Sunzha district of the Province of Ghalghaycho. The tower is located at the compound of a local post office in the center of the village.

The tower was quickly surrounded by alarmed special forces from the Russian terrorist group of the FSB and occupation police. The gathering of hundreds of cowardly armed invaders and minions at the post office (including Russian tanks) was "explained" to local residents by an assumption that the flag might be mined.

But local residents are sure that it were not the assumed bombs that so scared so much the invaders. The fact is that the flag of the Mujahideen over one of the largest settlements in Ingushetia has not been hoisted for the first time.

Previously, the Mujahedeen flag was hoisted over another inoperative radio tower in the village, after which the invaders completely dismantled it. Then, the banner of jihad was hoisted on the tower of a boiler house. The Russian invaders also completely dismantled it.

"If they dismantle this tower, the problem with the flags will be solved here. There are no more towers, turrets, and steeples here in Ordzhonikidzevskaya", local residents say.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center

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