Terrorists seize Christian rehabilitation centre in Donetsk
Kremlin-backed militants in Donetsk have released the hostages taken when they who seized the Evening Light Christian Rehabilitation Centre. The head of the centre, his assistant and 27 people receiving help at the Centre appear to have been held in a basement without receiving medical care.
Kremlin-backed militants force their way into local residents’ homes
A report suggests that local residents are being forced to share their flats with fighters of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic ‘army’. Such cases are reported in Slovyansk, Kramatorsk and several other cities under the control of the DPR.
Luhansk civic activist dies after being abducted by Kremlin-backed militants
Alexander Reshetnyak, a Luhansk EuroMaidan activist has died in intensive care after being tortured by militants from the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic. He had been shot in the back as well as sustaining many other life-threatening injuries
Russian tanks and Ukrainian orphans in Moscow’s unabated offensive
A plane has brought 16 Ukrainian orphans home after they were taken by force across the border into Russia. Despite that abduction, Russian tanks and now the shooting down of a plane carrying 49 soldiers, the west is still ineffectually threatening yet again of ‘additional costs’ if Russia ‘fails to de-escalate’
Kremlin-backed militants on the hunt for pro-Ukrainian students
Armed fighters from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic are turning up at Donetsk National University student hostels and demanding to see lists of foreign students; students from Western Ukraine and those who hold pro-Ukrainian views.
Coffins and Questions about Russian nationals fighting in Donbas
On 31 coffins of Russian nationals killed fighting in Donetsk who Kremlin-backed TV was silent about and why equally Kremlin-backed militants are so eager to talk to journalists
On the anti-terrorist campaign in Afghanistan
The authors sympathize with the Afghani people, who became hostages of terrorists and fanatics. They appeal Americans and the North Alliance to spare the peaceful population, observe human rights and use not only military, but political means to achieve their goals.
Crisis of the Western democracy (Abridged)
Wars and bursts of violence of the recent times all happen on the frontier of the Christian and Islamic worlds. The Moslem population is roughly divided into two groups: moderate (the author calls them nominal) and extreme. The members of the late population make a good generator of terrorists including kamikaze. No wonder: their life in this world is scanty and paradise expects them after death.
Terrorism as a phenomena of culture
The term ‘terrorism meant different things in different times. Classical Russian terrorists exterminated individuals, condemned by their court to death. Modern terrorists kill a random sample of people to intimidate the mass. This makes difficult to give a juridical definition of terrorism. Different definitions are discussed.
Retort of mankind shall be dignified and moral
The author criticizes quick and thoughtless retaliation of the USA and offers simple and efficient measures to stop using civil aviation planes as guided bombs.
A dialog between civilizations
The terrorist acts in the USA convinced everybody that the conflict between civilizations in our world does exist. Yet, dropping bombs and launching rockets will never replace the intelligible dialog between civilizations. As to the application of force, it can be of use only if most peaceful citizens of different cultures understand that the force is applied justly.
On the terrorist acts in the USA
Statement of Russian human rights protection organizations.