Supporters of the pro-Russian activist Eyvaz Umerov who threw eggs at Mustafa Dzhemilev’s house and Lenur Islyamov’s company "SimSitiTrans" during the beginning of the Crimean civil blockade, this time decided to shower Islyamov’s house with "Molotov cocktails", reported a press conference in Simferopol Eyvaz Umerov, who calls himself no less than Chairman of the "local national cultural autonomy of Crimean Tatars."
According to him, in such a way the youth wanted to express their attitude to the Crimean power blockade.
- There were instances when youth, being in an emotional impulse, came to my house. I initiated several flash mobs in the city of Bakhchisarai, near Lenur Islyamov’s company "SimSitiTrans" when we showered it with eggs. But people asked where Lenur Islyamov lives in Crimea, where his home is saying this time they want to shower it not with eggs, but Molotov cocktails. We had to make a lot of efforts to cool these young people and to make them sure in the near future the problem with power blackout will be tackled, said Umerov.
There are many radical people among his supporters.
- During the first three days of blockade my neighbor with a two-month baby was forced to cook infant formula over an open fire. This man with tears in his eyes and clenched fists came to me and said, 'Let's deal with Lenur Islyamov’s business in Crimea. I am ready to take any actions, I am even ready to get into prison for these bastards not to harm us, Crimeans, in any way," Umerov quoted his friends’ words.
At a press conference, spokesmen of the pro-Russian Crimean Tatar organizations also reported they would organize sort of a forum of the Crimean Tatar youth, intended to criticize the activities on the civil blockade of the peninsula by Mustafa Dzhemilev, Refat Chubarov and Lenur Islyamov.
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