Source Pravda.Ru

Wahhabi literature seized from Jordan in North Caucasus

Wahhabi literature and audio- and videotapes of a radical extremist character have been seized from one Abdel Rahim Omran, a Jordan illegally staying on the Russian territory. According to a source in Russia's Federal Security Service /FSB/ Department for the Krasnodar territory, North Caucasus, the arrested Jordan is a former student of the Kuban Medical Academy.

The literature and the tapes were printed abroad in Russian, English and Arabic and teaches the basics of radical Islamism, complete with introductions by Abu Omar, the spiritual leader of the international terrorist organization Al-Qaeda. Law enforcers are checking into the arrestee's possible involvement with international terrorist organizations.

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