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Adel Bashqawi - Circassia: the Day After Future Circassia

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Circassia the Day After:
Future Circassia
By: Adel Bashqawi

August 2, 2023
Although the title of my Paper is “Circassia the next day”, which is the time
when dozens of peoples and nations will be able to recover their legitimate rights from the Russian state, it is appropriate to remember some of what happened in the past. However, the topic will not be complete if the truth about what has happened in the past is not touched upon briefly. This explains all the factors that led to the aggravation of the situation, which eventually reached this level.

Location and Background Circassia is the cradle of an ancient civilization, located in the Caucasus region, has a rich and ancient history that dates back to the “…3rd millennium BC by the Kuban culture, which left its remains in many thousands of burial mounds, or kurgans, on the steppes of Ciscaucasia.”

Thus, “Circassia has a confirmed history of more than six thousand years,
consistently and positively contributing to humanity. Circassian civilization
and culture originated in northwestern Caucasus and has existed for a long time. Circassia is situated within the Caucasus Plateau and is considered a natural obstacle. It contains Mount Elbrus, the highest peak in Europe, with an elevation of 18,510 feet above sea level.”. The Circassian coast on the Black Sea extended approximately 300 km, from Anapa in the Northwest to Adler in the Southeast, which included cities like Tuapse, Sujuk-Kale and Sochi.

Conspiracy and Terrorism The Russian Empire found ample time and loyal friends who filled its aspirations with capabilities that would help to acquire the lands and homelands of other peoples and nations according to imperial schemes, to promote colonialism and settlement for its citizens and mercenaries. The irony of fate made the subjugated peoples subordinate to an empire whose only obsession was to take over the homelands and capabilities of these peoples and nations, no matter what the cost.

“The Russian military occupation and annexation after May 21, 1864, was a prelude to delete Circassia from the map of the region. The Russian Empire wanted to take possession of Circassia without the Circassians. They exterminated or displaced the entire population, either to beyond the Kuban River (10% of the population) or to the Ottoman Empire (90% of them).”[3] Its documented that “The genocide committed against the Circassian nation by Czarist Russia in the 1800s was the biggest genocide of the nineteenth century.”

Language and Culture Due to the fact that the indigenous Circassians are dispersed in dozens of countries, and the reality that Circassians living in their original homeland, divided in several non-contiguous administrative entities, their language and survival are inevitably threatened with annihilation. In regard to the Circassian language and culture, “UNESCO has identified Circassian as one of the languages in the North Caucasus at risk of {completely disappearing in the next few decades} given the already low number of people who speak it in that region, the division of the community, and the absence of the use of Circassian in schools and other public spaces.”

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Russia utilized a hybrid warfare with troops without any identifying markings. That falls within the scope of violating the known laws of warfare, as if it's a gang war. Also, they implemented a well-thought-out annexation to Russia's plan. Insurgency forces were developed and deployed in southeast Ukraine.

The Russian backed rebels announced the establishment of two breakaway republics in Donetsk and Luhansk, followed by recognizing them by Russia as independent republics.

Russia’s sudden and unjustified invasion of Ukraine (phase 2), in February
2022 intended to occupy and annex parts of the sovereign state. The
unjustified overrun is brutal, cruel, and characterized as a war of
extermination. This is nothing but a repetition of what successive Russian
regimes have done and are still doing since Ivan the Terrible to this day. In
the nineteenth century, my original homeland Circassia, in addition to
Chechnya, Dagestan, and other nations of the Caucasus and beyond, were
invaded, occupied and annexed by the Russian Empire after long aggressive wars marked by oppression and extermination. This resulted in tragedies, atrocities, and repercussions of which they are still evident today. That was for purely colonial and imperial purposes, while religion has nothing to do with it.

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