Shamil Basayev, Chechen militant Islamist and a leader of the Chechen rebel movement

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Shamil Basayev (A Chechen hero or a terrorist - you decide)

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Shamil Basayev - 1999—Chechnya and Dagestan  Chechen militants led by warlord Shamil Basayev launch two invasions of neighboring Dagestan. Russian forces respond by invading Chechnya. Skirmishes continue to the present day.

Shamil Basayev - and Dagestan Chechen militants led by warlord Shamil Basayev launch two invasions of neighboring Dagestan. Russian forces respond by invading Chechnya. Skirmishes continue to the present day.

Shamil Basayev 1996 - flirting with the camera

Shamil Basayev 1996 - flirting with the camera

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Airliner Bombings: Volga-AviaExpress 1303 & Siberia 1047 (2004). Shamil Basayev took responsibility. Deaths 89 (all)

Airliner Bombings: Volga-AviaExpress 1303 & Siberia 1047 Shamil Basayev took responsibility. Deaths 89 (all)

Shamil Basayev, killed by Russian authorities in July 2006, was a key leader in the Chechen separatist movement.  Authorities blamed Basayev for the Beslan school seige in 2004 which killed hundreds of people, including children

Shamil Basayev, killed by Russian authorities in July was a key leader in the Chechen separatist movement. Authorities blamed Basayev for the Beslan school seige in 2004 which killed hundreds of people, including children

8/7/1999 DAGESTAN: The War of Dagestan began when the Chechnya Islamic International Brigade led by warlords Shamil Basayev & Ibn al-Khattab, invaded neighboring Russian Republic of Dagestan in support of the Shura of Dagestan separatist rebels. The war ended with a major Russian victory & the retreat of the IIB. The Invasion of Dagestan was the casus belli for the 2nd Chechen War.

hermajestyschimera: “ Spetsnaz GRU Air Assault Regiment of the Airborne Division in Dagestan, 1999 ”

On August 25th, 2004, members of the gang that plotted to seize the school in Beslan started gathering in the woods near the Psedakh village, Ingushetia (roughly 30 km away from Beslan). The gang was led by a 31-year old Ingush - Ruslan Khuchbarov also known as "Polkovnik" ("The Colonel") and "Rasul". Khuchbarov reported to Shamil Basayev - a well-known terrorist on mission to turn Russian North Caucasus into an independent Islamic state.Basayev (right) and Khuchbarov at the terrorists'…

On August members of the gang that plotted to seize the school in Beslan started gathering in the woods near the Psedakh village, Ingushetia (roughly 30 km away from Beslan). The gang was led by a old Ingush - Ruslan Khuchbarov also known as

Dzokhar Dudayev shares the first name of the surviving Boston Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (19). -After a controversial referendum in October 1991 confirmed Dudaev in his new position as president of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, he unilaterally declared the republic's sovereignty and its independence from Soviet Union. Dudaev was killed on 21 April 1996, by two laser-guided missiles.. His death broadcast on interrupted television by Shamil Basayev, the Chechen guerrilla…

Dzokhar Dudayev shares the first name of the surviving Boston Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (19). -After a controversial referendum in October 1991 confirmed Dudaev in his new position as president of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, he unilaterally declared the republic's sovereignty and its independence from Soviet Union. Dudaev was killed on 21 April 1996, by two laser-guided missiles.. His death broadcast on interrupted television by Shamil Basayev, the Chechen guerrilla…

S - On Sept 1, 2004, a group of armed men broke into a school in Beslan (North Ossetia) taking children, parents and professors as hostages. At the end of three days of crisis, a series of explosions and a police raid, 376 people were killed, including 172 children. A Chechen military chief, Shamil Basayev, claimed responsibility for the action. Only one kidnapper survived. The autopsies revealed that 22 of his comrades-in-arms were drug addicts and cracked under stress due to lack of drugs.

S - On Sept 1, 2004, a group of armed men broke into a school in Beslan (North Ossetia) taking children, parents and professors as hostages. At the end of three days of crisis, a series of explosions and a police raid, 376 people were killed, including 172 children. A Chechen military chief, Shamil Basayev, claimed responsibility for the action. Only one kidnapper survived. The autopsies revealed that 22 of his comrades-in-arms were drug addicts and cracked under stress due to lack of drugs.

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