Chechen President Kadyrov Supports Palestine, Offers to Send Chechen Fighters ‘To Restore Order’

Ramzan Kadyrov, the leader of Chechnya, delivered a video message urging the international community to step in and prevent further escalation in the Middle East after recent actions by Hamas militants against Israel. Kadyrov expressed solidarity with Palestine and called upon leaders of Muslim nations to unite in a coalition. He appealed to Western allies, asking them to avoid civilian casualties while targeting militants.

“We urge Muslim countries’ leaders to form a coalition and request their Western friends, Europe, and the entire Western world not to bomb civilians under the guise of eliminating militants,” Kadyrov stated. “We stand with Palestine and oppose this war, which, unlike other conflicts, has the potential to escalate further,” he added.

Additionally, Kadyrov offered Chechen units as potential peacekeepers, ready to restore order and counter disruptive elements in the Middle East.

The situation escalated on October 7 when armed Hamas militants launched a significant rocket barrage from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territories, followed by an infiltration into southern Israel. In response, the Israel Defense Forces initiated Operation Iron Swords, carrying out retaliatory actions against the Gaza Strip.

On October 8, the Israeli government declared a state of war for the first time since 1973. Subsequently, on October 9, the Israel Defense Forces announced the successful recapture of all municipalities bordering the Gaza Strip. Current reports indicate that at least 900 Israelis have tragically lost their lives, with another 2,400 sustaining injuries in the aftermath of the Hamas offensive.

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