Post by TsarSamuil on Nov 16, 2018 16:33:27 GMT -5
Suspected ISIS followers detained in Russia.
RT Nov 15, 2018
Detained suspects undertook collecting financial support for the militant group. During the raid the agents confiscated credit cards, extremist literature and ISIS symbols among other items - Russian Federal Security Service. The suspects have been charged with attempting to provide material and financial support or resources to a terrorist organisation.
Post by TsarSamuil on Dec 14, 2018 19:00:52 GMT -5
Putin's policies are a total failure, peaceful co-existance with muslims from central asia n caucasus does not work. The only solution to war is to fight the war to win it, not react to each attack as if it's something fit for the police..use the military to threaten their leaders to get their house in order, and if they come up short.
Ending the war in Chechnya was a big mistake!
2 police injured in grenade attack in southern Russia.
RT.com 12 Dec, 2018 16:57
Two Russian police officers were injured by a grenade blast as they attempted to detain terrorist suspects in the southern Republic of Ingushetia. The two perpetrators were killed by return fire.
The policemen were taken to hospital with multiple shrapnel wounds to their hands and legs, a source told TASS. “They remain conscious. Their condition is of moderate severity, non-critical,” he added.
The Ingushetia police have confirmed that two of its servicemen were injured outside a shopping center in the city of Nazran on Wednesday.
The officers were trying to detain two men, who resisted arrest and threw a grenade at them. The suspects were then shot dead by return fire, the police said.
The perpetrators have been identified, a source told Tass. He didn’t reveal their names but said that they were “both residents of Ingushetia."
Post by TsarSamuil on Dec 14, 2018 20:00:12 GMT -5
If you find a terrorist, you liquidate him on the spot, not put in prison on tax-payer money
‘Barrier to extremist ideology’: Russian prisons to isolate terrorists from other inmates.
RT.com 12 Dec, 2018 16:15
Terrorists and extremists will be kept separately from other inmates in Russian prisons to avoid recruitment and spread of radical views among the convicts, according to the legislative amendments supported by the State Duma.
Previously, those, sentenced for terrorist and extremist crimes could have been placed in various types of correctional institutions, including 'soft' general regime colonies. But the MPs behind the draft law, which was approved in the first reading on Tuesday, believed it to be a dangerous practice.
In colony settlements, “the convicts are kept in brigades and are able to communicate with a significant number of people, which still allows the spread of extremist ideology,” Pavel Krasheninnikov of the ruling United Russia Party said.
The amendments to the Criminal and Penal Codes call for terrorism and extremism to be included on the list of grievous crimes that carry sentences served in prisons, but not in colonies.
“In prisons, people are held in small cells and are isolated from other inmates,” Krasheninnikov pointed out.
In order to stifle the extremist cells that are being formed behind bars, the Federal Penal Correction Service will be given the power to relocate to other prison institutions any inmates that promote radical ideas.
“We’re erecting another barrier to propaganda of extremist and terrorist ideology,”Adalbi Shkhagoev, United Russia MP, said.
The MPs prepared the draft after Vladimir Putin spoke, in late October, of the need to separate terrorists and extremists from other inmates to avoid their radicalization
The idea was supported by the Russian Orthodox Church, with its spokesman calling terrorism “an infectious disease,” which shouldn’t be allowed to contaminate prisoners as they may stage attacks after gaining freedom.
Post by TsarSamuil on May 31, 2019 14:11:17 GMT -5
Putin’s EU! EurAsEC Announces Huge New Projects; Market Integration of Central Asia.
Vesti News May 30, 2019
New plants and factories in the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union will be built with the help of the Industrial Policy Council. The leaders of the EurAsEC today agreed to create it. The summit of the organization dedicated to its fifth anniversary was held in Nur-Sultan. And this is the first such meeting when Kazakhstan was represented by Kassym-Jomart Tokayev as the head of state.
Post by TsarSamuil on May 31, 2019 14:13:11 GMT -5
Uzbekistan Signs On to Buy Heavy Duty Russian Industrial Equipment, Modern Hardware!
Vesti News May 31, 2019
Uzbekistan will buy industrial equipment for its hydropower plants from Russia for 100 million euros. They will also buy cars for the Tashkent subway. And Russian companies will modernize three airports in Uzbekistan. This is only a part of the agreements made as a result of the visit by Dmitry Medvedev to the Republic.
A Russian EU? Putin Proposes Opening Russia’s Borders With Central Asia and Free Market Zone.
Vesti News Jun 3, 2019
Last Wednesday, President Putin arrived in Kazakhstan to attend the meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council. It's basically a summit of the leaders of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan, timed to the 5th anniversary of the EAEC. Right now, the common market of the five countries comprises 180 million people with free circulation of goods, services, capital, and labor force.
Post by TsarSamuil on Oct 30, 2019 13:50:05 GMT -5
House Passes Resolution Recognizing Armenian Genocide.
It is the first time that a chamber of Congress has officially designated the 1915 slaughter of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians as a genocide.
NYtimes.com By Catie Edmondson and Rick Gladstone Oct. 29, 2019
WASHINGTON — The House voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to formally recognize the Armenian genocide and denounce it as a matter of American foreign policy, a symbolic vindication for the Armenian diaspora made possible by a new torrent of bipartisan furor at Turkey.
The passage of the legislation, by a 405-to-11 vote, is the first time a chamber of Congress has officially designated the 1915 mass killings of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire as a genocide. Lawmakers had previously shirked from supporting such a resolution to preserve the United States’ relationship with Turkey, a NATO ally that has steadfastly denied that the atrocities amounted to genocide.
Livid at Turkey’s bloody military assault in northern Syria, some lawmakers saw an uneasy parallel between the Armenian genocide and the bitter warnings from Kurdish forces that the withdrawal of American forces would lead to the ethnic cleansing of their people.
“Recent attacks by the Turkish military against the Kurdish people are a stark reminder of the danger in our own time,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California said in a speech on Tuesday.
And so Ms. Pelosi moved to put the measure, led by Representative Adam B. Schiff of California, the chairman of the Intelligence Committee, to a vote for the first time.
“Too often, tragically, the truth of the staggering crime has been denied,” she said. “Today, let us clearly state the facts on the floor of this House to be etched forever into the Congressional Record: The barbarism committed against the Armenian people was a genocide.”
The House vote was bound to infuriate leaders in Turkey. Almost immediately after the vote, Turkey’s foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, assailed it on Twitter as an act of revenge by American lawmakers unhappy over Turkey’s military moves against the Kurds. “This shameful decision of those exploiting history in politics is null & void for our Government & people,” he wrote.
The events surrounding the killings of Armenians are tied to the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, starting in 1915, when the Ottomans, Germany’s allies in World War I, ordered mass deportations of Armenians from the empire’s eastern provinces to thwart their collaboration with Russia. By some estimates, at least 1.5 million Armenians died from the forced exodus, starvation and killings by Ottoman Turk soldiers and the police. About a half-million survived, and many scattered into a diaspora in Russia, the United States and elsewhere.
While Turkey’s government has acknowledged that atrocities were committed during that period, it has argued that a large number of Turks were also killed and that it is historically inaccurate to portray the Armenian killings as systematic or intentional. Turkish officials have also disputed the number of Armenian deaths, suggesting it may have been far lower than 1.5 million.
On Capitol Hill, the passage of the measure was a rare bipartisan moment on the House floor at a time when House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry has exacerbated a partisan rift.
Representative Michael McCaul of Texas, the top Republican on the Foreign Affairs Committee, who in recent weeks has bitterly dueled with Democrats over the investigation, crossed the floor to hug Ms. Pelosi and offer Mr. Schiff a handshake in celebration as spectators in the gallery stood to cheer the bill’s passage.
Mr. Schiff, who has a large community of Armenian-Americans in his district, lobbied for 19 years to put the legislation to a vote on the House floor, alongside Representatives Anna G. Eshoo and Jackie Speier, fellow Democrats of California. A succession of American administrations, fearful of offending Turkey, have effectively supported the Turkish government’s position by opposing passage of congressional Armenian genocide resolutions and objecting to the use of the word “genocide.”
But on Tuesday, lawmakers went on the record.
The House, they affirmed, rejects “efforts to enlist, engage or otherwise associate the United States government with denial of the Armenian genocide or any other genocide.”
Ilhan Omar votes 'present' on bill condemning Armenian genocide.
18 hours ago Gregg ReBy Gregg Re | Fox News
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., on Tuesday refused to support a congressional resolution recognizing the Armenian genocide, saying it was important first to condemn the preceding "mass slaughter" of "hundreds of millions of indigenous people," as well as the "transatlantic slave trade."
Omar, in a statement explaining her vote of "present" on the resolution, also seemingly suggested that the century-old mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks may not have occurred at all. She asserted that "accountability and recognition of genocide should not be used as a cudgel in a political fight" but should instead "be done based on academic consensus outside the push and pull of geopolitics."
The comments prompted accusations that Omar, again, was seeking to communicate a bigoted message while maintaining a veneer of wink-and-nod deniability -- even as she has previously called for a boycott over alleged Israeli human-rights abuses, described the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks as an instance in which "some people did something", and asserted that "Israel has hypnotized the world."
Political analyst Zaid Jilani noted that contrary to Omar's claim, the U.S. has condemned both the treatment of Native Americans and the slave trade.
"There's nothing wrong with asking that the U.S. government acknowledge human rights abuses here before we acknowledge them overseas," Jilani wrote. "The issue is, the U.S. government already did acknowledge the ones Omar is asking it to acknowledge. Didn't acknowledge the Armenian genocide at behest of Turkey."
Jilani added: "Congress has passed many resolutions condemning abuses against Native Americans and slavery. It has never passed a resolution condemning the Armenian genocide. That's why Ilhan Omar's explanation here rings hollow."
Other commentators were alternately perplexed and outraged by Omar's statement.
"Her explanation doesn’t cut it," said political scientist Ian Bremmer.
"Hard to square this approach with her support for BDS. Not a good look," wrote former George W. Bush administration official Christian Vanderbrouk, referring to Omar's support for the movement to boycott and sanction Israel for alleged human rights abuses.
"This is a bizarre explanation," journalist Yashar Ali observed.
"All lives matter?" mused Alan Cole, a senior GOP economist on Capitol Hill.
"I'm utterly confused by this," GOP political strategist Andrew Surabian wrote, asking if Omar was "suggesting here that there is no 'academic consensus' that the Armenian genocide occurred???"
The New York Post's Brooke Rogers noted that Omar's invocation of term "academic consensus" raised the possibility that Omar, like Turkey, was seeking to dispute basic facts about the genocide.
Earlier this year, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said nations accusing his country of committing genocide had their own “bloody past.”
Omar and Rep. Rashida Tlaib made history as the first Muslim women in Congress earlier this year, and within weeks, Omar was criticized by her own party for series of remarks deemed anti-Semitic -- including her claim that Jewish support in Washington was "all about the Benjamins, baby." (Tlaib, too, has also been accused of anti-Semitism in office.)
Historians estimate that up to 1.5 million Armenians were killed around World War I, and many scholars see it as the 20th century's first genocide.
Turkey disputes the description, claiming the toll has been inflated and considering those killed victims of a civil war, rather than casualties of genocide.
The nonbinding resolution passed 405-11 Tuesday.
Some opponents of the resolution have advanced different reasons from Omar -- arguing that formally recognizing the Armenian genocide risks angering Turkey, whose relationship is crucial to stability in the region.
But such apprehensiveness has waned with Turkey’s invasion of northeast Syria earlier this month following President Trump's abrupt withdrawal of U.S. troops from the region.
GOP Rep. Paul Gosar and Democratic Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson also voted present.
Speaking on the House floor in support of the resolution, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., said the resolution “is an important measure to set the record straight on the atrocities suffered by the Armenian people at the hands of the Ottoman Empire in the early 20th century.”
"We know what happened in this dark period of history. Between 1915 and 1923, 1.5 million Armenians were murdered. This was a genocide — and it’s important that we call this crime what it was."
There have been no plans to bring the resolution up for a vote in the Senate. A second resolution on Tuesday, imposing severe sanctions on Turkish officials and prohibiting the sale of military arms to Turkey for use in Syria, passed in the House by a 403-16 vote.
Last Edit: Oct 30, 2019 14:04:19 GMT -5 by TsarSamuil
Ukraine denies Armenian genocide, refers instead to ‘tragic events of April’
RT.com 28 Apr, 2020 21:04
Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vasyl Bodnar has urged government agencies to refrain from using the term ‘genocide’ when referring to the slaughter of Armenians a century ago, as it would go against Kiev's political interests.
An estimated 1.5 million Armenians were killed by the Ottoman Empire between 1915 and 1922. Bodnar outlined reasons for refusing to recognize the events as genocide in a letter to government officials, which was subsequently leaked on Facebook by a member of the Verkovna Rada, Ukraine’s parliament.
According to Bodnar, these events do not fit the UN definition of genocide, which constitutes “actions committed with the intention to destroy, in whole or in part, any national, ethnic, racial or religious group as such.”
His letter, however, confirmed that the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry made that determination mainly for strategic reasons. It argued that modern Armenia is a close ally of Russia, and may vote for resolutions in international bodies hostile to the interests of Ukraine. Kiev has been at odds with Moscow ever since 2014, when an elected government was overthrown in a US-backed coup, prompting three regions of Ukraine to declare independence and one of them, Crimea, to rejoin Russia.
Another thing pointed out in Bodnar’s letter is that the Armenian issue is an “extremely sensitive topic” for Ukraine’s key strategic partner in the region, Turkey. Although the Turkish republic began in 1923 by disavowing its Ottoman past, it has maintained ever since that what happened to the Armenian, Greek and other Christian populations during WWI and its aftermath was not genocide.
Bodnar’s position was blasted on social media as outright genocide denial, with some Twitter users pointing out the irony and hypocrisy of Kiev insisting that the 1932 famine amounted to a Soviet genocide of Ukrainians.
The ‘Holodomor’ has been a similarly controversial topic in the world, with Ukrainian nationalists claiming that the famine was a direct and deliberate attack on them, even though the famine affected other parts of the Soviet Union as well, due to a combination of bad weather and strict agricultural collectivization policies.
Russia is among the 29 countries that have officially recognized the Armenian genocide as of 2020. While both chambers of the US Congress have adopted resolutions recognizing the genocide, during the 2019 crisis over Turkey’s invasion of Syrian territories held by US-backed Kurdish militias, the White House has not signed off on them, so they do not have the force of law.
The muslim pigs are outraged that Macron doesn't bend over like they expect of western leaders, though this has more to do with his rating being very low n it is expected if he does nothing he will surely loose to Le Pen next election..
still, the fact that he speaks up sheds light on Putin, how he measures his words like a calculated gutless man..I said it before, Putin is not Russian, he is Soviet. A gray apparatchik who replaced communism with Christianity as a propaganda tool to bind country together, and he only does something for Christians abroad when it is in his interest..
he has done nothing for the Armenians in Nagorno-Karabach...they will be genocided and after it is over Putin will sell the Azeris even more weapons for profit..
This is the danger of success, it creates greed, in the west for their economy they opened the gates to the 3rd world...and Russia being successful (ended up having a huge country) is also having a large appetite n invite trouble-making scum muslims...
'May the Almighty disfigure the face of this scum': Khabib attacks French leader Macron over Islam comments.
RT.com 30 Oct, 2020 11:49
Russian UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has savaged French President Emmanuel Macron as the leader continues to come under attack from the Muslim world.
France has raised its terror alert level to 'maximum' after a series of killings amid mounting tensions sparked by a row over religion and freedom of speech.
Russian UFC champion Khabib – a devout Muslim who hails from the Republic of Dagestan – shared his disgust at the French president in a message to his 25 million Instagram followers.
"May the Almighty disfigure the face of this scum and all his followers, who, under the slogan of freedom of speech, offend the feelings of more than one and a half billion Muslim believers. May the Almighty humiliate them in this life, and in the next. Allah is quick in calculation and you will see it," Khabib wrote in Russian, accompanying the text with a mock-up image of the imprint of a boot on Macron's face.
"We are Muslims, we love our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) more than our mothers, fathers, children, wives and all other people close to our hearts. Believe me, these provocations will come back to them, the end is always for the God-fearing," Khabib added.
The 32-year-old star also cited a verse from the Koran which translates as: "Surely those who offend Allah and His Messenger are condemned by Allah in this world and the Hereafter. And He has prepared for them a humiliating punishment."
On Thursday, a knifeman killed three people in a church in the southern city of Nice in what Macron called an "Islamist terrorist attack," while earlier in October schoolteacher Samuel Paty was beheaded by a radicalized Chechen refugee just outside Paris.
The deaths followed the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo – whom Macron has defended under the magazine's right to freedom of speech.
However, Macron has been accused of enflaming tensions with his remarks and failing to act in a more conciliatory way toward France's Muslim population.
Khabib is not the only Russian MMA fighter to attack Macron over his perceived anti-Islamic comments.
Earlier this week, middleweight star Magomed Ismailov labeled former Russian presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak a "stupid animal" over her support for Macron, whom the fighter branded an 'Islamophobe'.
Khabib is among the most popular Muslim sports stars in the world and regularly shares religious messages with his army of online followers.
He frequently speaks of his devotion to his religion, and in the past has criticized the holding of rap concerts and theatre performances in his native Dagestan which he has deemed inappropriate.
The unbeaten MMA star announced his retirement at the weekend after defeating lightweight title challenger Justin Gaethje in their bout in Abu Dhabi.
Photos of Macron set alight & arrests made as Muslims protest over Prophet Mohammed cartoons outside French embassy in Moscow.
RT.com 30 Oct, 2020 15:38
An angry crowd gathered outside the French embassy in Moscow on Friday afternoon to express displeasure towards President Emmanuel Macron for defending caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed. The rally resulted in several arrests.
Dozens of Muslims joined the action, shouting ‘Allahu akbar’ and carrying photos of Macron with a footprint on his face. A similar picture was earlier reposted on Instagram by Russian MMA champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov, who called the French president “scum” for his views.
A caricature depicting Macron as the devil, which was first published in an Iranian paper, was also on display. Several photos of the French leader were torched during the protest.
At one point, the demonstrators were filmed engaged in a shoving match with police.
At least 10 people ended up being detained, according to the RIA Novosti news agency.
A similar gathering was also staged outside the embassy on Thursday, prompting diplomats to ask the Russian authorities to increase security, according to media reports.
Muslim rallies against France and Macron have been taking place in many countries after the French leader insisted that the publication of caricatures of Prophet Mohammed, which is considered blasphemy in Islam, was in line with the country’s values in the area of freedom of speech.
Following the beheading of French teacher, Samuel Paty, who showed his students controversial cartoons that had earlier been printed by Paris' Charlie Hebdo magazine, Macron vowed to clampdown on Muslim extremism and ordered the closure of several mosques over claims they promote radical ideology.
The statement led to accusations of Islamophobia against Macron and was allegedly the inspiration behind an attack on a church in Nice on Thursday, in which two people were beheaded and another fatally wounded.
the nerve of these muslim filth..he is a terrorist RAT, so he is good at fighting, well, that is the only thing they care about, not building civilization, the dirty animals!
'I see NOTHING heroic': Olympic figure skating champ-turned-politician Rodnina says Khabib should NOT be made a Hero of Russia.
RT.com 4 Nov, 2020 15:49
On the same day as Vladimir Putin was asked to honor Khabib Nurmagomedov as a Hero of the Russian Federation, legendary figure-skater and politician Irina Rodnina has argued that the UFC star is "probably not" a worthy recipient.
One of Rodnina's fellow State Duma deputies, Gadzhimurad Omarov, revealed on Tuesday that he had written to Putin advising the Russian president to award the unbeaten lightweight the highest state honor available because of the Dagestani's achievements in life and sport.
Rodnina, who is also a national sporting hero with 10 World Championships, three Olympic gold medals and 11 European Championship wins among her spectacular career, was unconvinced by the idea and suggested that Nurmagomedov had only been doing his job.
“I don’t know," she told Sport Express.
"I have no opinion. We have many champions but few Heroes of Russia.
"I think this is probably not an award for athletes. It is for people who perform some kind of feat.
"He is a professional athlete who did his work. It is a job - like it is for any professional athlete."
The last athlete to become a Hero of Russia was ski star Larisa Lazutina, who was given the award by former president Boris Yeltsin following the 1998 Olympic Games.
Champion cross-country skiier Lyubov Yegorova also received the accolade, as did wrestler Alexander Karelin.
"As they decide, so they decide," said Rodnina of Nurmagomedov.
"But I did not see anything heroic in his actions."
Omarov had pointed out Nurmagov's influence on the sport and young people in his letter to Putin.
"In these difficult times, when the level of morality among youngsters is rapidly declining, Khabib is demonstrating by example that any youngster, if they train and work diligently, can achieve incredible heights," he explained.
"Aside from that, his relationship with his family and to family values deserves deep respect.
"I consider people like Khabib outstanding examples for the upcoming generation to emulate, just as every generation has their own idols."
Putin weighs in on those who ‘offend the feelings of believers’ after spate of religion-related terror attacks in European cities.
RT.com 4 Nov, 2020 21:03
Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a stark warning over growing religious violence in Europe, suggesting that "smouldering conflicts" over faith can linger for years, becoming a powder keg which can eventually explode.
Speaking in Moscow on Wednesday, as Russia celebrated National Unity Day, he told reporters, “it is important to understand that the world is undergoing profound changes. Traditional values are facing serious challenges. The most complex, extremely sensitive issues of interethnic and inter-religious relations are, unfortunately, sometimes the subject of speculation, [and] untidy geopolitical games.”
His comments come a day after he sent condolences to the Austrian Chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, after an Islamist terror attack left four dead in the capital, Vienna. Putin reiterated that the international and interfaith world is of chief importance for Russia and required the concerted attention of authorities.
French President Emmanuel Macron has faced growing pressure from majority-Muslim countries over remarks made in the aftermath of the beheading of a schoolteacher in Paris. Samuel Paty, 47, was reportedly targeted after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his class. Mr Macron has since lashed out at what he called “Muslim separatism” in his country, leading to protests and a boycott of French goods across the Islamic world.
President Putin appeared to weigh into the debate over the cartoons, which have caused outrage among many Muslims, saying “we see what the actions of all kinds of provocateurs, those who, under the cover of freedom of speech, offend the feelings of believers, and those who use it as an excuse to justify violence and intolerance.”
He warned that Russia was not exempt from similar issues around religious freedom, adding “the result here is the same: conflicts are growing like snowballs in society, and they can fester for years and decades.”
Russia is home to more than 14 million Muslims, making it the second most widely observed religion after Orthodox Christianity.
'Hero of Russia? What did he do?' Boxing legend Tszyu chimes in on talk of Khabib being awarded top honor.
RT.com 5 Nov, 2020 12:40
Russian-Australian boxer Kostya Tszyu has questioned the widely discussed proposal of awarding UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov the title of Hero of Russia, claiming sporting achievements are not enough for such an honor.
The idea of presenting the highest honorary title to Nurmagomedov was voiced by Russian MP Gadzhumurat Omarov, who sent a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin in which he said that the UFC champion is a role model for many young people.
“Such guys as Khabib are decent role models for young people, every generation should have its idols,” Omarov wrote.
The initiative was dismissed by many Russian sports stars, including International Boxing Hall of Famer Tszyu, who said that he doesn’t see any reason for Nurmagomedov to be awarded the title, despite deeply respecting him.
“Hero of Russia? What for? Honorary master of sports, yes, no doubt, he deserves it. But the title of Hero of Russia… I don’t understand. No matter how much I respect him for what he has done, these things are incomparable,” said Tszyu.
The 'Hero of the Russian Federation' award is the highest honor bestowed by the president for services to the state and people implying a heroic deed.
Russian MMA fighter Alexander Shlemenko supported former world light-welterweight champion Tszyu, saying that Nurmagomedov has done a remarkable amount in sport, but that there is nothing heroic in his achievements which also allow him amass significant riches.
“To me a hero is a person who sacrifices his life for other people. Fire fighters, military men who save others. Maybe there is some sort of gradation. Of course, Khabib has achieved a lot in sport, nobody questions that. But he performs in a commercial sport where he earns money. This does not quite fit the title (Hero of Russia.)” he said.
Last Edit: Nov 5, 2020 12:57:00 GMT -5 by TsarSamuil
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