Chechnya ‘Planning To Eliminate Gay People From Region By Late May’

Chechnya Gay Concentration Camps

President of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov reported all LGBTI people “eliminated” from Russian region less than a month.

A 100 homosexual men detained reported by independent Russian media and human rights groups.

In at least one secret prison in Chechnya violently it was reports of torture with the result of 3 deaths.

Kadyrov set a deadline of May 26, the Muslim holiday Ramadan, for the “elimination” of the LGBTI community.

These claims were made in the UK Parliament last week by British Foreign Prime Minister Alan Duncan.

“Mr Duncan said that the Human rights groups report that anti-gay campaigns and killings are by Ramzan Kadyrov

“He has carried out other violent campaigns in the past, and this time he is directing his efforts at the LGBT community.

“Sources have said that he wants the community eliminated by the start of Ramadan. Such comments, attitudes and actions are absolutely contemptible.”

Human rights groups are fundraising and working together to assist gay men who activists say need “urgent evacuation” from the region.

Chechnya President, Ramzan Kadyrov has previously – and repeatedly – denied the reports of the persecution amid international outrage.

A spokesperson for Russian President Vladimir Putin has said an investigation found “no evidence” of the violence.

But many survivors who have fled the region have spoken to the New York Times, The Guardian and CNN about their horrific treatment while detained.

This video by Human Rights First posted to Facebook.

Men from the Russian-Speaking American LGBT Association have appeared on camera to read personal accounts from survivors of the violence in Chechnya.

Warning: graphic content

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