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Police detained 300 Muslims in Moscow as part of a crackdown on radical Islamists by President Vladimir Putin.
THE INQUISITOR (June 2013) Police said 170 of the 300 Muslims detained were foreigners and were being held at a Muslim prayer room in Moscow. This marks the third time Russian officials have conducted a roundup of radical Muslims in either Moscow or St. Petersburg this year.
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The Muslims were found with extremist literature, Radio Free Europe reported.
Russian offiicials said the crackdowns are taking place ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
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Putin said in a meeting of security force officers that the country must continue with the systematic arrests.
The “fight against corruption, crime and the insurgency has to be carried out harshly and consistently,” Putin reportedly said.
There are close to 23 million Muslims living in the Russian Federation, mostly in the north of the Caucasus and southern republics of Chechnya, Ingushetia, and Dagestan. Russia has struggled with an insurgency stemming from two wars against separatists in Chechnya and North Ossetia.
The arrest of 300 Muslims in Moscow comes as Putin is also taking a more aggressive stance outside Russia’s borders. He recently deployed the Russian navy to the Mediterranean for national security reasons shortly after Russian nuclear submarines were sent to the southern hemisphere.
Putin said the navy was deployed to “fulfill the tasks of strategic deterrence” for Russia. At the same time, Putin has been sending Russian anti-air missiles to Syria’s government despite the United States government backing Syrian rebels.Some believe Putin is using the Syrian conflict as a way to create a permanent Russian presence in the Mediterranean sea, which he claims is a “strategically important region, where we have interests connected with ensuring Russia’s national security.”
A new Russian nuclear submarine, the Yuri Dolgoruky, drives in the water area of the Sevmash factory in the northern city of Arkhangelsk on July 2, 2009. (ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO/AFP/Getty Images)
Putin maintains that the Russian navy deployment is not meant to be a threat to any nation.
“Resuming a permanent Russian military naval presence in the Mediterranean sea isn’t saber rattling,” Putin said.
There was no word yet on what charges the 300 Muslims might face.
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Russia’s Vladimir Putin Signs ‘Blasphemy’ and ‘Gay Propaganda’ Bills
President Vladimir Putin has signed the so-called “blasphemy bill” and the “gay propaganda bill” — two pieces of legislation that have outraged the liberal opposition.
Both bills were passed unanimously by the State Duma on June 11, 2013, and their full texts appeared on the Kremlin’s site Sunday.
The blasphemy law will punish “public actions expressing obvious disrespect toward society and committed to abuse the religious feelings of believers,” with potential punishment of up to three years behind bars, fines of up to 500,000 rubles ($15,430), and compulsory correctional labor, Lenta.ru reported
It also stipulates fines of 80,000-300,000 rubles and a prison term of up to three months for hindering the activities of religious organizations and preventing religious rites from being conducted.
A fine of over 200,000 rubles can be levied for deliberate destruction of religious or theological literature.
The bill was introduced to the parliament last year following rock group Pussy Riot’s “punk prayer” in Christ the Savior Cathedral, a performance that infuriated conservative leaning segments of Russian society.
Rights activists say the new law might be used for religious purposes, for example, to put pressure on the opposition or on free speech, and contradicts constitutional principles.
The legislation on gay propaganda will ban the distribution of any information that could make homosexuality seem attractive, promote the “distorted perception” that traditional and non-traditional sexual relations are equal, or force them to become interested in such relations, according to the bill’s text.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel had asked Putin to veto the bill out of concern that it would lead to discrimination, but her pleas appear to have fallen on deaf ears.
Citizens found guilty of propagandizing “non-traditional” sexual relations among under 18-year-olds can be fined up to 5,000 rubles ($154), while officials could be fined up to 50,000 rubles.
The fines could rise to 100,000 rubles for citizens and 200,000 for officials if they use the media to distribute forbidden information.
Legal entities will have to pay up to 1 million rubles or suspend their activities for 90 days if they are in breach of the legislation. Foreign citizens would face fines and deportation.
Gay teens, many of whom face debilitating hostility at home and at school, look likely to be the hardest hit by the legislation, because the ban will probably make it harder to find objective information that could help them come to terms with their sexuality and find support
The Moscow Times