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Chechen Teens are Praised for Rescue People on Utoeya Island
17.08.2011 10:10
Chechen Teens are Praised for Rescue People on Utoeya Island
Rustam Daudov and Movsar Dzhamayev

The president of Chechen republic Ramzan Kadyrov ordered to reward two Chechen teenagers for rescue a number of people during an attack on Norway's Utoeya summer camp.

        Sixteen-year-old Rustam Daudov and his friend Movsar Dzhamayev tried to stop Anders Behring Breivik during his attack on the island youth camp. They hurled stones at him and when their attempt to injure him failed, they took refuge in a cave and helped others to take shelter. They also took several people out of the water.

      The boys are children of Chechen refugees who received a sanctuarity in Norway. 

      Ramzan Kadyrov said that, though the teenagers lived in Norway, they were "brought up according to centuries-old Chechen traditions" and could not have acted in any other way.

      "The boys acted like real men. They pulled themselves together, retained self-control and helped their friends. Moreover, they tried to disarm the terrorist on their own. I think they acted like men and their brave deed deserves recognition," Kadyrov said.

      Breivik has confessed to killing 8 people with a car bomb in Oslo before shooting dead 69 others in Utoeya on July 22.

        However, he has not accepted criminal responsibility, saying his actions were necessary measures intended to "save Norway and Western Europe" from a "Muslim takeover".


      

Sources: RIA Novosti LifeNews


      

Related News: 2011 Norway Shootings: The Russian Reaction (26.07. 2011)


      

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Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian people Chechen republic Norway Norway shootings  

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