Israel continues to pound the Gaza Strip under the pretext of responding to Hamas attacks. In this military action, many Palestinian civilians became victims. A number of world figures stated that the attacks must stop. However, there are also leaders who are ready to help Palestine against Israel. He is Ramzan Kadyrov. Reporting from Newsweek. The President of Chechnya stated that he was ready to deploy troops to help Palestine fight Israeli attacks. Who is Kadyrov?
Reporting from britannica.com Ramzan Kadyrov was born on October 5, 1976, in Tsentaroy, a village in Chechnya. He comes from the prominent Kadyrov family, which has a long history in Chechen politics. His father, Akhmad Kadyrov, was the first Chechen president after the second Chechen war.
Kadyrov grew up in a harsh war situation. After the death of his father in 2004 in a bomb attack that killed more than three dozen people. Ramzan Kadyrov rose to the political stage and began to play an important role in the Chechen leadership.
In 2007, he was appointed president of Chechnya by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Ramzan Kadyrov has ruled Chechnya for more than a decade. He has succeed in recovering much of the damage caused by the Second Chechen war and building basic infrastructure and services. This includes the construction of roads, schools, hospitals and train stations that enable connectivity between Chechnya and other regions of Russia.
Quoting www.aljazeera.com Kadyrov is suspected of being connected to the strong influence of radical Islamism in Chechnya and is suspected of being involved in violations of LGBT rights.
The Russian government under the leadership of Vladimir Putin has provided strong support to Ramzan Kadyrov. Putin considers Kadyrov an important tool in maintaining stability in Chechnya, who has been an important contributor to maintaining peace in the region.
However, the relationship has also sparked international criticism, with a number of countries and human rights organizations denouncing Kadyrov’s outsized influence and alleged human rights abuses in Chechnya.