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Khabarovchanin convicted of calls for terrorism on the Internet
The First Eastern District Military Court found the 46-year-old Khabarovsk citizen Shimakhman Gadoyniyezov guilty of participating in the activities of an international terrorist organization, as well as of public appeals on the Internet for terrorist crimes. He will have to serve his sentence in prison.
According to the press service of the Federal Security Service of Russia in the Khabarovsk Territory, in June 2019, with the help of the Telegram messenger, the Khabarovsk citizen voluntarily joined the ranks of the international terrorist organization Jebhat al-Nusra, banned in Russia. To prove his loyalty, a man posted on a personal page on Odnoklassniki social network a video clip calling for participation in terrorist activities, providing financial assistance to the organization, and disseminating the ideas of jihad against government forces in the Syrian Arab Republic.
The court sentenced the man to seven years in prison with three years in prison. He will spend the rest of the term in a maximum security penal colony. Also, after serving the sentence, the Khabarovsk citizen will not be able to post appeals and other materials on public information and telecommunication networks for two years, including on the Internet.