The person detained in the case of the terrorist attack was signed to Islamic publications

The person detained in the case of the terrorist attack was signed to Islamic publications


One of the detainees in the case of the terrorist attack in “Crocus City Hall” published drawings on religious themes in “VKontakte” and was subscribed to Muslim publications.

Radio Liberty studied one more, old account of 19-year-old Muhammadsobir Fayzov, according to the Baza Telegram channel, one of the detainees in connection with the terrorist attack in Crocus City Hall. Now this account does not have a photo of Fayzov himself, but several of them have been preserved in archived copies of the profile.

One of the photos was taken on Krasnokholmskaya embankment in Moscow, opposite the House of Music, and was published in 2016. In it and in the other surviving pictures, the same man whose photos were previously published by “Baza” took them from Fayzov’s new account. In it, he posted photos from the city of Ivanovo, where he worked as a hairdresser. In addition, the same people are in the friend lists both in the new and in the old account.

In his old account, Fayzov published drawings and calligraphic inscriptions made by him in notebooks by hand. On them, he confesses his love for Allah and quotes the Koran. He was also subscribed to the publications “I love Islam”, “Islam is my life”, “Tajiks from all over the world” and a publication that provides services for obtaining Russian citizenship and a temporary residence permit.

According to the latest data of the Investigative Committee, the number of people killed as a result of the terrorist attack in the “Crocus City Hall” near Moscow is 133.

The terrorist group “Islamic State” claimed responsibility for the incident. In one of their messages, the jihadists wrote that the terrorist attack in Moscow took place in the context of the “raging war” between the “Islamic State” and countries fighting Islam. The group claims that at least 300 people died as a result of the terrorist attack.

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