Muslims from Ukraine and abroad fight common enemy in Ukraine: Russia
04 March 2023 | 7:13 am
Since the start of the war, tens of thousands of Muslims have either picked up arms or assisted in the war efforts in other ways. While most of these Muslims are of course Ukrainian, many are from Caucasus, and Chechnya in particular.
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