86 persons deprived of their liberty in occupied Crimea on political and religious grounds - Entire list

03 May 2019, 17:15
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As of May 2, 2019, 86 people have been illegally deprived of their liberty as part of politically motivated or religious persecution in the annexed Crimea.

The exact number was reported by Crimean Human Rights Group.

The organization provides a complete list of Crimeans who were detained and arrested by the Russian authorities from 2014 to the present day.

“The case of the Crimean Muslims” Yalta group

NameDate of detention
Muslim Aliyev 02.11.2016
Emir Usein Kuku 02.11.2016
Vadim Siruk 02.11.2016
Inver Bekirov 02.11.2016
Arsen Dzhepparov 04.18.2016
Refat Alimov 04.18.2016

“The case of the Crimean Muslims” 1st Bakhchysarai Group

Name Date of detention
Zevri Abseitov 05.12.2016
Rustem Abiltarov 05.12.2016
Ramzi Memetov 05.12.2016
Enver Mamutov 05.12.2016

“The case of the Crimean Muslims” 1st Simferopol Group

Name Date of detention
Rustem Ismailov 10.12.2016
Uzeir Abdullaev 10.12.2016
Emil Dzhemadenov 10.12.2016
Aider Salinedin 10.12.2016
Teymur Abdullaev 10.12.2016

“The case of the Crimean Muslims” 2nd Bakhchysarai Group

Имя Date of detention
Timur Ibragimov 10.11.2017
Seyran Saliev 10.11.2017
Server Zekiryaev 10.11.2017
Marlen Aslanov 10.11.2017
Ernes Ametov 10.11.2017
Memet Belyalov 10.11.2017
Enver Seitosmanov 05.10.2018
Edem Smailov 05.21.2018
Server Mustafayev 05.21.2018

“The case of the Crimean Muslims” 2nd Simferopol Group

Name Date of detention
Enver Ametov 03.27.2019
Izet Abdullaev 03.27.2019
Alim Karimov 03.27.2019
Medzhid Abdurakhmanov 03.27.2019
Asan Yanikov 03.27.2019
Riza Izetov 03.27.2019
Bilyal Adilov 03.27.2019
Dzhemil Gafarov 03.27.2019
Farkhad Bazarov 03.27.2019
Akim Bekirov 03.27.2019
Server Gaziev 03.27.2019
Tofik Abdulgaziyev 03.27.2019
Rustem Seitkhalilov 03.27.2019
Rustem Sheikhaliyev 03.27.2019
Shaban Umerov 03.27.2019
Ruslan Suleymanov 03.27.2019
Yashar S. Muedinov 03.27.2019
Seyran Murtaza 03.27.2019
Erfan Osmanov 03.27.2019
Seitveli Seitabdiev 03.27.2019
Vladlen Abdulkadyrov 03.28.2019
Osman Arifmemetov 03.28.2019
Remzi Bekirov 03.28.2019
Raim Aivazov 04.16.2019

“The case of the Crimean Muslims” Krasnohvardiiske group

Name Date of detention
Arsen Abkhairov 02.14.2019
Eskander Abdulhaniev 02.14.2019
Rustem Emiruseinov 02.14.2019

“The case of the Crimean Muslims” Sevastopol group

Name Date of detention
Yury Primov 01.23.2015
Ruslan Zeytullaev 01.23.2015
Rustem Vaitov 01.23.2015
Ferat Saifullaev 04.02.2015

“The case of Ukrainian saboteurs”

Name Date of detention
Yevhen Panov 08.07.2016
Andriy Zakhtey 08.07.2016
Volodymyr Prisich 08.13.2016
Dmytro Shtyblikov 11.10.2016
Oleksiy Bessarabov 11.10.2016
Volodymyr Dudka 11.10.2016
Oleksiy Stogniy 11.15.2016
Hlib Shabliy 11.15.2016
Genadiy Lemeshko 08.12.2017
Yunus Masharipov 09.27.2017
Dmytro Dolhopolov 09.29.2017
Anna Sukhonosova 09.29.2017
Konstantyn Davidenko 02.11.2018

Sentsov Group Case

Name Date of detention
Oleksiy Chirniy 05.09.2014
Oleh Sentsov 05.11.2014
Oleksandr Kolchenko 05.16.2014

Tablighi Jamaat

Name Date of detention
Renat Suleymanov10.03.2017

Single criminal cases

Name Date of detention
Valentyn Vyhovsky 09.17.2014
Filatov Maksim 05.01.2015
Volodymyr Balukh 12.08.2016
Yevhen Karakashev 02.01.2018
Nariman Memedeminov 03.22.2018
Oleksandr Steshenko 04.11.2018
Edem Bekirov 12.12.2018
Maksim Sokurenko 01.27.2019
Rustem Abilev04.15.2019

Persecution for involvement in the “Battalion named after N. Çelebicihan

NameDate of detention
Fevzi Sagandzi 04.11.2018
Dilyaver Gafarov 10.30.2018
Edem Kadyrov 01.23.2019

Persecution of Maidan participants

Name Date of detention
Mykola Shyptur 03.06.2014
Andriy Kolomiets 05.15.2015

The issue of Russian repression against representatives of the Crimean Tatar people and pro-Ukrainian public figures in Crimea was highlighted in March in a report by Amnesty International, which was presented at the UN Secretariat for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO).

Later, on April 2, the international human rights organization Human Rights Watch called for an end to repressions against the Crimean Tatars and the release of Muslims detained during mass searches on March 27 and 28.