60 Suspects Arrested

After the Riots: 60 Suspects were Arrested in Dagestan

The Russian Ministry of the Interior announced that 60 suspects who took part in riots at the airport in Dagestan were arrested, out of about 150 rioters identified. The governor of the state condemned: "This is a blatant violation of the law. There is no courage in a crowd waiting for helpless people."

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The day after: The Russian Ministry of the Interior announced this morning (Monday) that 60 suspects were arrested who took part in the riots that took place last night at the airport in Dagestan, in which hundreds of rioters searched for Israeli passengers on a plane that landed there.

According to the announcement of the Russian ministry, the police identified 150 people who took a prominent part in the riots. "The authorities are now working to identify all those involved," it said. "Currently the airport is under the full control of the law enforcement authorities."

The Governor of the Republic of Dagestan, Sergey Melikov, also condemned the airport riots. He stated, "The riots are a blatant violation of the law, even when citizens identify with the suffering of the victims of the actions of politicians and evildoers and pray for peace in Palestine." According to him, "There is no courage in the waiting of a crowd for helpless people, who have not done anything illegal."

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As mentioned, last night there were reports of massive riots at the airport in Dagestan, during a search for an Israeli passenger plane that landed at the location. As soon as many Muslims heard about the plane's landing, they began to riot in the streets, encircle the airport, conduct searches for Jews in cars that left the airport, and confront security forces on-site.

In the end, the Jewish and Israeli passengers managed to return to the plane, which was immediately instructed to refuel on the ground and prepare for takeoff. In several reports and pieces of footage, it is visible that the rioting Muslims broke into the runway and ran toward the plane just moments before it began its takeoff.

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It is clear what would have happened had they succeeded in reaching one of the Israeli passengers... All 150 rioters should be locked up.
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