The history of Ingushetiya
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- Religion In the North Caucasus:
- By Yavus Akhmadov, Stephen R. Bowers, Marion T. Doss, Jr.,
Yulii Kurnosov, William R. Nelson Institute, n.d. A
truncated overview of Islam in Ingushetia
- International Helsinki Federation concerned
about attacks in Ingushetia
- interfax, 22 June 2004. The International Helsinki
Federation of Human Rights and the Moscow Helsinki Group
have issued a joint statement concerning the armed attacks
in Nazran and other towns in Ingushetia.
- Ingushetia: rebel raids and Russian reprisals
as Chechnya war spreads north
- By Raven Healing, World War 3 Report, 7 July
2004. On the night of June 21, three towns in Ingushetia,
the Russian province neighboring war-torn Chechnya, were
attacked by an estimated 200 armed men. Rank-and-file
military men were beaten, but not killed if they swore on a
Koran to leave the agencies.