The Horrors of “Haji-Murat” in Ukraine

by Olha Povaliaieva
Saturday, March 19, 2022
The Horrors of “Haji-Murat” in Ukraine

Russian occupiers shed blood on Ukrainian lands by violent methods

Russian writer Lev Tolstoy wrote a historical novel Haji-Murat more than 100 years ago. In the book, the author told about the bloody war of the Russians for the Caucasian lands. The crimes connected with the annexation of the North Caucasus to Russia ended in 1864. Many historians will tell about unlawfully shed blood of another (not Russian) people, insidious, inhuman methods of warfare.

And so, after many years Ukrainians "become" the Caucasians. Now Russians kill Ukrainians without choosing methods.

On March 19, the use of large-caliber projectiles with parachutes was recorded on the territory of the Kyiv region. 

"Russians use the most brutal weapons," said interior minister advisor Anton Gerashchenko.

Moreover, the Russian occupiers destroyed the dam in the same Kyiv region. The water level in the approximate village is already high. It is feared that the Irpen river will soon drown people and homes.

Note that this is not the only case when Russia began to kill other people to expand territories. In all cases, the methods of struggle were insidious, but the local population had a chance to live.

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