What is Ingushetia known for?


in the schools was considerably higher than usual for a normal school day. Early in the morning, a group of several dozen heavily-armed Islamic-nationalist guerrillas left a forest encampment located in the vicinity of the village of Psedakh in the neighbouring republic of Ingushetia, east of North Ossetia and west of war-torn Chechnya. The rebels wore green military camouflage and black balaclava (Balaclava (clothing)) masks, and in some cases were also wearing explosive belts and explosive underwear. On the way to Beslan, on a country road near the North Ossetian village of Khurikau, they captured an Ingush police officer, Major Sultan Gurazhev. Officials evade responsibility as death toll remains in doubt, The Jamestown Foundation, 6 October 2004 Gurazhev escaped after reaching the town and went to the district police department to inform that his duty handgun and badge were taken away. Storm Warnings Relatives of the Hostages Swear They Won’t Let the Special Forces into the School, ''Kommersant'', 3 September 2004 Control and discipline is questionable in Chechnya, where the members of the group were noted to engage in or fall victim of several deadly friendly fire and fratricide incidents. In the bloodiest incident, at least 24 Russian OMON officers were killed and more than 30 wounded when two units (from Podolsk and Sergiyev Posad) fired on each other (Grozny OMON fratricide incident) in Grozny on 2 March 2000. ''The Independent'', 15 January 2002: Russia invented ambush by Chechens to hide friendly-fire massacre Among other incidents, several Chechen OMON servicemen were abducted and executed in Grozny by the Russian military servicemen in November 2000, European Court of Human Rights, 2007-11-15: CASE OF KUKAYEV v. RUSSIA members of the Chechen OMON clashed with the Ingush police (Ingush-Chechen fratricide incident) on the Chechen-Ingush (Ingushetia) border resulting in eight fatalities and about 20 injuries in September 2006, ''The Moscow Times'', 14 September 2006: 7 Dead in Police-OMON Battle and the Ramzan Kadyrov-controlled Chechen OMON clashed with a group of rival Chechens belonging to the Kakiyev's GRU commando unit in Grozny, resulting in five dead and several wounded in 2007. The name of the culture is derived from the Kura (Kura river) and Araxes (Araks river) river valleys. Its territory corresponds to parts of modern Armenia, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Azerbaijan, Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia and North Ossetia. Encyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology - Page 246 by Barbara Ann Kipfer It may have given rise to the later Khirbet Kerak ware culture found in Syria and Canaan after the fall of the Akkadian Empire. '''Ali Musaevich Taziev''' ( commons:Ингушетия


that gave rise to Western civilization". Dr. Henry Harpending, University of Utah supports her claims in the article. ;Bernice Wuethrich, "Science" 2000: Vol. 288 no. 5469 p. 1158 Genetics of Ingushetia's population The Ingush have 89% of J2 (Haplogroup J2 (Y-DNA)) Y-DNA which is the highest known

, With Words". Science 288 (5469): 1158 border thumb Pottery: an ancient Ingush vessel with three handles. The side handles used to tie the knots, and the vessel itself is well balanced for an operator to pour water down with one hand. Dzheirakhovski district of Ingushetia. (File:Ancient Ingush vessel with three handles.jpg) File:Koorkhars traditional Ingush female head cover (600 BC - 1800's AD).jpg border thumb Koorkhars (600 BC – 1800s AD) is a traditional Ingush female head cover (hair

Wuethrich date 19 May 2000 title Peering Into the Past, With Words journal Science (Science (journal)) volume 288 issue 5469 page 1158 url http: cgi content full 288 5469 1158 doi 10.1126 science.288.5469.1158 ;6000–4000 BC: Neolithic era. Pottery is known to the region

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. By 1991, the first Ingush president, Ruslan Aushev attempted to help the already weak economy, and when the first Chechen war started, this created a tremendous problem for the economy. It collapsed after Aushev's success. However, he was forced to leave office when the second Chechen war started. Aushev also founded the city of Magas. By 2002, Murat Zyazikov came into office, and since then the political and economic situation has worsened, and Zyazikov received harsh criticism for his

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was completely destroyed by the Russian forces in January 1996 in reaction to the large-scale Chechen hostage taking in Kizlyar (Kizlyar-Pervomayskoye hostage crisis) in Dagestan (more than 2,000 hostages), bringing strong criticism from this hitherto loyal republic and escalating domestic dissatisfaction. The Don Cossacks of southern Russia, originally sympathetic to the Chechen cause , turned hostile as a result of their Russian-esque culture and language

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that there may be as many as 300). More than 20 teips originated from newcomers, in particular Avars (Eurasian Avars), Kumyks, Jews, Georgians, Russians, Turks (Turkish people). The taips descending of non-Chechen ancestors are called ''impure teips'' (in other language: su’lijn taipa, соьли тайпа). A teip's internal dynamic an honor and blood feuds (Feuds#Blood feuds vendetta) plays major role. The teip membership and the tukkhum membership defined the social

position of a Chechen. The lack of any affiliation of a person can be described as “This man has neither a teip nor a tukkhum”. There are 223 teips total. From June 1995, Maskhadov took part in peace talks in Grozny to resolve the crisis in Chechnya. In June 1996, at the negotiations in Nazran, Ingushetia, Maskhadov, on behalf of the ChRI administration, signed the Protocol of the Commission's Meeting on Ceasefire and Measures to Resolve the Armed Conflict in the CRI. In August 1996, after Grozny's seizure by Chechen units he repeatedly held talks with Alexander Lebed and on August 31, 1996, the signing of the Khasav-Yurt Accord took place, a ceasefire agreement, and peace treaty which marked the end of the First Chechen War. commons:Ингушетия

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North Caucasian instructors operate in Ukraine, and prepare Ukrainians for street battles against Russian interests. * 20 April 2014 Famous Ingush human rights

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Urgent Need for Vigorous Monitoring in the North Caucasus . Human Rights Watch Reuters, April 15, 2008. Etymology The Ingush, a nationality group indigenous to the Caucasus, mostly inhabit Ingushetia. They refer to themselves as Ghalghai (from Ingush: ''Ghala'' ("fortress" or "town") and ''ghai'' ("

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and robbery ..." The last one of the two reached special art in the society. Political aspirations came from the same trend. The Ingush are mercenaries of the Soviet regime, they support it but don’t let the spread of it in their province. At the same time they tried to strike up relations with Turkey and sought the assistance from the Turks from Elisavetpol, and Germany – from Tiflis. In August, when the Cossacks and Ossetians captured Vladikavkaz, the Ingush intervened and saved the Soviet Board of Commissioners of Terek, but cruelly plundered the city and captured the state bank and mint. They robbed all the neighbors: the Cossacks and Ossetians in the name of "correcting historical errors". commons:Ингушетия

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(600,000) and the Avars (500,000), while outside the Caucasus, the largest people of Caucasian origin, in diaspora in more than 40 countries (such as Jordan, Turkey, the countries of Europe, Syria, United States) are the Circassians with about 3,000,000-4,000,000 speakers. Georgians are the only Caucasian people that have their own undisputedly independent state—Georgia (Georgia (country)). Abkhazia's status is disputed. Other Caucasian peoples have republics within

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radicals and the changing global political climate after 11 September 2001, as well as the general war weariness of the Chechen population. Large-scale fighting has been replaced by guerrilla warfare and bombings targeting federal troops and forces of the regional government, with the violence often spilling over into adjacent regions. Since 2005, the insurgency has largely shifted out of Chechnya proper and into the nearby Russian territories, such as Ingushetia and Dagestan


The '''Republic of Ingushetia''' (

Ingushetia is one of Russia's poorest and most restive regions. The military conflict (insurgency in the North Caucasus) in the neighboring Chechen Republic has occasionally spilled into Ingushetia, and the republic has been destabilized by corruption, a number of high-profile crimes (including kidnapping and murder of civilians by government security forces

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