The mother of the Crimean Tatar activist, coordinator of the Crimean Solidarity public organization, the person involved in the “second Bakhchysarai group” of the “Hizb ut-Tahrir case” Server Mustafayev, first visited his son in a pre-trial detention center in Russian city of Rostov-on-Don. Crimean Solidarity reported on her visit on its Facebook page. Thus, according to Venera Mustafayeva, Server is now kept in a cell for 12 people, and does not want to talk about the difficult conditions in the detention center. “Server believes that this is our struggle. Therefore, whatever the conditions are, they will be patient and continue their struggle,” said the mother of the political prisoner. Also, Venera Mustafayeva noted that her son spoke a lot about the campaign Become their voice. “He is very happy that so many people have responded to this initiative, inviting others to join it, that they tell about all the guys and who they really are. This initiative is useful and important not only for our guys, but also for all our people. It shows our unity to the whole world, and also confirms that there are no terrorists and extremists among our people, that this is just a lie, she said. The mother of the political prisoner also noted that during the meeting the phones stopped working because they spoke Crimean Tatar. “During our conversation, the phones stopped working for some reason. We tried to fix it, pulled the wires, but it did not help, we still did not hear each other. I went to the door and knocked, a woman came out to knock. I told her: “The phones stopped working. Nothing is heard. She replied to my words: You spoke your native language, so we turned them off. I told her: “You did not warn me about this. That one can’t speak like that.” The woman replied: “It was written on the door. You should have seen,” Venera Mustafayeva said. https://www.facebook.com/crimeansolidarity/photos/a.416800078687454/1002300083470781/?type=3&theater Server Mustafayev was detained on May 21, 2018 in Bakhchysarai along with another Crimean Tatar activist Edem Smailov. Crimean Solidarity has officially stated that it regards the search and arrest of Mustafayev, the coordinator and activist of the organization, as prosecution for an active civil, religious and national position and intimidation of society as a whole. Earlier in the occupied Crimea a campaign Become their voice was launched. Activists of Crimean Solidarity urge all those who care to record video messages in support of Crimean political prisoners.