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    Retaliating against families of terrorists

    In wake of a terrorist attack in Grozny, where, by latest toll, 11 terrorists and 14 members of security forces were killed in hours long battles in the city center, Chechnya's leader Ramzan Kadyrov

    (In Moscow, where he has flown yesterday to listen to Putin's address to the senate which touched on many issues relevant to North Caucasus) says there will be no more mercy for either Wahhabis or people who enable them.

    He says anyone who is seen so much as dressing in a Wahhabi style will face consequences. And families of terrorists who kill people will bear responsibility for the deed of their sons, by having their homes demolished and be forced out of the Chechen Republic.

    If a father sees his son is stepping onto the path of Wahhabism and terror, he is to turn him over to the authorities, or find another way to stop him, or he will be held complicit in whatever his son does. The time when parents were not responsible for the actions of their children is over, today.
    As well, local officials, including heads of districts, mayors of towns, quadiyas (district judges), and local police commanders, will now be held responsible for not stopping terrorists from their district. If a person commits an act of terror, his identity will be traced to the district he comes from, and the officials there will lose their jobs. So, basically, they have to work their asses off to stop any potential terrorists on their territory, in advance.

    Кадыров пообещал выдворять из Чечни семьи боевиков и сносить их дома - Интерфакс

    Kadyrov said his own relative, 22 year old member of a paramilitary police unit Umar Kadyrov, was martyred in the battle in Grozny, but he sees all the 14 police and security personnel killed as a part of his family.

    Hozh-Ahmad Kadyrov, the supreme elder of the Kadyrov clan

    said that "all the people support the government and those who have risen with weapons in hand to fight the bandits [terrorists]".

    Kadyrov says he will not allow any more blood to be shed in Chechnya.

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    Going after the families of Terrorists or insurgents has been a practice dating back so far that I think Christ had not been born yet.

    Is it a useful tactic to use?

    I do not know but Israel is a prime example of it and it seem to not work in their favor the majority of the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceTLaney View Post
    Going after the families of Terrorists or insurgents has been a practice dating back so far that I think Christ had not been born yet.

    Is it a useful tactic to use?

    I do not know but Israel is a prime example of it and it seem to not work in their favor the majority of the time.
    It has been used for a very long time but never as a tactic.

    Its more an act of vengeance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceTLaney View Post
    Going after the families of Terrorists or insurgents has been a practice dating back so far that I think Christ had not been born yet.

    Is it a useful tactic to use?

    I do not know but Israel is a prime example of it and it seem to not work in their favor the majority of the time.
    Well, time will tell if it works over there, or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    It has been used for a very long time but never as a tactic.

    Its more an act of vengeance.
    Indeed. Kadyrov lost a member of his own teip, or clan. Even though many clans in North Caucasian societies are huge, including hundreds of individual families in them, the loss of even one member can be very painful to a whole clan, they are very close over there. So, I can understand if Kadyrov is enraged and wants revenge right now.

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