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muslim Nation Opens First ‘CONCENTRATION CAMP’ Since HITLER, “Eliminate Them All By Ramadan”

Posted: Mon May 08, 2017 5:26 pm
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Muslim Nation Opens First ‘CONCENTRATION CAMP’ Since HITLER, “Eliminate Them All By Ramadan”
Chechyna has opened the first concentration camp in Europe since Hitler as Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov declares his plans to “eliminate” the country’s LGBTQ population by the beginning of the Muslim holiday of Ramadam — which starts May 26.

In The Russian Province Homosexuals Have Been Disappearing.

Escapees report they are being held in a concentration camp where say gay men are being tortured with electric shocks and beaten to death.

The alleged human rights abuses against gay men in Chechnya have taken a disturbing turn: According to one British official, the Chechen president has a deadline by which he plans to “eliminate” the country’s LGBTQ population.

Sir Alan Duncan, a British member of Parliament and the U.K.’s minister of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs, addressed parliament on Thursday and spoke about the situation in Chechnya where he said that at least four gay men have been killed and more than 100 have been detained is “of deep concern to the U.K.”

And, according to Duncan, the deadline for the violent campaign to “eliminate” the country’s LGBTQ population., set by Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov, is the beginning of the Muslim holiday of Ramadam — which starts May 26.

It comes after it was claimed 100 gay men had been detained and three killed in Chechnya last week.

From The Daily Mail

A report by Novoya Gazeta said authorities had set up several camps where homosexuals are killed or forced to promise to leave the republic. One of the camps is reportedly at the former military headquarters in the town of Argun.

Svetlana Zakharova, from the Russian LGBT Network, told MailOnline: ‘Gay people have been detained and rounded up and we are working to evacuate people from the camps and some have now left the region.

‘Those who have escaped said they are detained in the same room and people are kept altogether, around 30 or 40. They are tortured with electric currents and heavily beaten, sometimes to death.’

One of those who escaped told Novoya Gazeta that prisoners were beaten to force them to reveal other members of the gay community.

Another prisoner who fled said that before being incarcerated in one of the camps, he had been forced to pay bribes to Chechen police of thousands of rubles every month in order to survive. Now the regime had taken another step against gays by creating these camps, the survivor said.

Alexander Artemyev, from Amnesty International in Russia, told MailOnline: ‘We can only call on the Russian authorities to investigate the allegations. Homosexuals in Chechyna are treated very harshly and prosecuted daily and they are afraid to talk about it.

‘They either have to hide or leave the republic. We are keeping in touch with the LGBT network that helps people in Russia find shelter. The problem is people there cannot talk about it as it puts their lives and those they speak to, in danger. This is the main issue we are facing in Russia and the main challenge.’

‘It is difficult to overstate just how vulnerable LGBT people are in Chechnya, where homophobia is intense and rampant. LGBT people are in danger not only of persecution by the authorities but also of falling victim to “honour killings” by their own relatives for tarnishing family honour.’

Last week Novoya Gazeta said Chechen police had rounded up more than 100 men suspected of being gay and killed three. It claimed that among those detained were well-known local television personalities and religious figures.

President Razman Kadyrov, who introduced Islamic rule in the Muslim-majority region, has been accused of earlier human rights violations. He described the allegations as ‘absolute lies and disinformation.’ Kadyrov’s spokesman Alvi Karimov told the Interfax News Agency: ‘You cannot arrest or repress people who just don’t exist in the republic.

According to the New York Times, gay men in the region have been deleting their social media profiles after it was reported authorities tried to lure gay men into dates and arrested them.” ... y-ramadam/