In Crimea daughter of Crimean Tatar accused in Yalta “Hizb ut-Tahrir case” detained for post on Facebook. After drawing up the protocol, she was released.

12 June 2019, 11:32
Фото: Facebook/Крымская солидарность

A Crimean Tatar activist, daughter of Muslim Aliev tried in the Yalta “case of Hizb ut-Tahrir” – Gulsum Aliyeva – was detained at the administrative border with the annexed Crimea while trying to enter the peninsula. She is charged with article 20.3.1 of the Administrative Code of Russia (“incitement of hatred or hostility”) for a publication on Facebook.

Journalist Anton Naumlyuk reported about the incident on his page on the social network, citing Aliyeva’s lawyer Aleksey Ladin.

According to the Russian security officials, Aliyeva is allegedly on the wanted list announced by the FSB, the activist was taken to the police station in Armyansk, where she, accompanied by a lawyer, awaited the arrival of FSB officers.

Гульсум АлиеваНа админгранице с Крымом задержана Гульсум Алиева, обвиняемая по статье 20.3.1 КоАП в распространении…

Опубліковано Anton Naumliuk Вівторок, 11 червня 2019 р.

After drawing up the protocol, Aliyeva was released. Her defense and she herself regards the actions of the investigator as a manifestation of personal hostility.

Гульсум АлиеваПолиция освободила Гульсум Алиеву после составления протокола о доставлении. В розыск, что стало…

Опубліковано Anton Naumliuk Вівторок, 11 червня 2019 р.

Earlier, QHA media reported that on May 30, two Crimean Tatar female activists, Lutfie Zudiyeva and Mumine Saliyeva, were detained by Russian security forces in the Crimea. They were charged under Art. 20.3 of the Administrative Code of Russia – “propaganda and public demonstration of the symbols of extremist organizations.”

Gulsum Aliyeva is the daughter of a political prisoner Muslim Aliyev – the person involved in the contrived “Hizb ut-Tahrir case” from the “Yalta group.” The group has been termed after detentions of Muslim Aliyev from Alushta, Enver Bekirov from Krasnokamyanka village, residents of Yalta Vadim Siruk, Emir Usein Kuku, Arsen Dzheparov and Refat Alimov in February 2016.