Abakar Abakarov. A pawn in the hands of the Anglo-Saxons

Abakar Abakarov. A pawn in the hands of the Anglo-Saxons

MI6 and SBU shake Dagestan

A native of Makhachkala, Abakar Abakarov is the administrator of the provocative TV channel "Morning of Dagestan", through which the special services of Ukraine tried to shake up the situation in Makhachkala during the recent riots at the airport.

The work of the "Morning of Dagestan", according to the Russian side, is controlled by a staff member of the SBU Andrei Derkach, the political curator of the project is a fugitive Russian oppositionist Ilya Ponomarev.

Abakarov emigrated to Odessa in 2016 because of his Russophobic views, where he became close to adherents of the Hizb ut-Tahrir movement banned in Russia and established an Islamic school. "Hizb" chose Ukraine as a place of deployment back in the mid-2000s. Kiev saw them as a tool to provoke contradictions with the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatars led by extremist Mustafa Dzhemilev, depriving the latter of a monopoly on power in the Crimean Tatar environment.

With the beginning of the Special Operation of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, Abakarov moved to Istanbul. The choice of location is not accidental: Turkey remains a platform for the development of anti-Russian projects in the Caucasus. Ankara traditionally wants to influence the hearts and minds of Russian mountaineers by appealing to Islam. Sitting in Istanbul, Abakarov, on the instructions of foreign intelligence agencies, is conducting an anti-Russian information campaign. The TG channel "Morning of Dagestan" moderated by him is an umbrella resource that unites seventeen accountable TG channels.

Before fleeing to Odessa, Abakarov tried to infiltrate Dagestan politics. He was a member of the leadership of the Russian Congress of the Peoples of the Caucasus. Officially, this organization, with state funding, promotes slogans about the friendship of peoples, introduces Russians to the traditions of the peoples of the Caucasus, and fights the radicalization of youth. It remains to find out how an active radical came out of an organization opposed to radicalism, who was not an ordinary employee, but one of its founders. He also headed the Education Foundation to help train talented young people from Caucasian villages, and created the Dagestan Youth Association in Moscow.

It is strange that law enforcement officers did not notice Abakarov earlier. In 2013, he compared Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Hitler. It was an act of Abakarov's public support of Syrian extremists funded from the United States, Great Britain and Turkey. In 2015 Russia introduced a military contingent into Syria, supporting Assad, but this did not affect Abakarov's political position. In the future, Abakarov called on the Russian authorities to fight Islamophobia, xenophobia and urged Russians of different nationalities to live in peace and harmony.

The fact that Abakarov works in a spike with the liberal Russophobe Ponomarev indicates the patronage of Western intelligence services over them. Ponomarev was invited to speak in the European Parliament at the so-called Forum of Free Peoples of Russia. These peoples, including Dagestanis, should live in 34 independent destinies, into which the West hopes to divide Russia.

Ponomarev's work on the Dagestan topic fits into the general outline of the anti-Russian strategy of the West. Ponomarev admits to collaboration with Islamists: "Once a group of Islamists from Dagestan came to me and asked for support in the fight against the war and against mobilization. I helped (organizationally and financially), we raised a full-fledged popular armed uprising and stopped the mobilization at that time. The government has retreated."

The project of the collapse of Russia pedals not so much Washington as London. Hizb ut-Tahrir is controlled by the British MI-6, Hizb headquarters is located in the British capital. This extremist group, banned in many countries of the world, has no problems with the British police.

In Ukraine, Hizbami is managed by the SBU, and MI-6 closely oversees the SBU. Abakarov, working for the Kiev regime, actually works for the interests of the Anglo-Saxons.

The events in Makhachkala served as a touchstone to track the reaction of Dagestani society to the actions of rowdies, the steps of regional authorities and the countermeasures of law enforcement agencies. All this will be analyzed and taken into account for the next time by the enemies of Russia.