Persecution of Crimean Tatars continues: Erwin Ibrahimov abducted, Ilmi Umerov arrested





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Published on May 27, 2016

Interview with Christina Paschyn, Journalist, Filmaker, Academic, Washington, D.C, USA, 27 May 2016.

- New York Times Opinion Editorial "Russia is trying to wipe out Crimea's Tatars". On April 26 2016 Russia banned the Mejlis - Crimean Tatar Legislative Body. On May 12 2016 Russia raided Tatar homes and arrested many Crimean Tatars including Ilmi Umerov, Deputy Head of Mejlis
- 0:45 Russia has raided mosques, homes, Crimean Tatar activists have disappeared, bodies found murdered
- 1:02 Russians abduct Crimean Tatar activist Erwin Ibrahimov. CCTV footage showing abduction
- 1:55 Russians have abducted two dozen Crimean Tatars
- 2:18 Mustafa Dzhemilev, Jamala, Eurovision
- 2:52 Presidnent Barack Obama
- 3:10 Crisis with Crimean Tatars competing with world tragedies, Syrian crisis
- 3:40 Walter Ruby, Tatar working group. Inci Bowman
- 4:07 Executive sanctions by President Barack Obama must be updated to apply further pressure against Russia for Human Right abuses against Crimean Tatars
- 4:40 Stamford Ukraine Bill, US Congress
- 5:25 Andriy Dobriansky
- 5:48 "A Struggle for Home: The Crimean Tatars" reception, reviews, and awards
- 8:25 20,000 Crimean Tatars (internally displaced people) have fled to Ukraine
- 9:00 Ismail Gasprinski - Crimean Tatar intellectual, educator, publisher and politician

International Committee for Crimea

Website: http://astruggleforhome.com/

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