Novosibirsk Imam sentenced for involvement in a banned organization “nurdzhular”

Novosibirsk. July 3. INTERFAX – the Oktyabrsky district court of Novosibirsk sentenced to two years in a General regime colony Komila Odilova accused of organizing cells banned in Russia religious organization “nurdzhular”, reported “Interfax” in court.

“He was found guilty under part 1 of article 282.2 of the criminal code (organization of an extremist religious associations), he was sentenced to two years of imprisonment in colony of General regime”, – said the Agency interlocutor.

Who was at the time of announcement of the sentence under house arrest K. Odilov was taken into custody in the courtroom.

Case, K. Adilov was arrested in late 2015, organized in a cell “Nurdzhular” consisted of five people (three of them received judicial penalties for 90 thousand rubles, and two wanted).

As reported, in 2013 the world judge of October area of Novosibirsk two Imam K. Adilov and Ilkhom Merazhov were found guilty under part 1 of article 282.2 of the criminal code (organization of an extremist religious associations) and sentenced to one year imprisonment each.

The court found that they were involved in activities “Nurdzhular” “in an unspecified time by unidentified persons”.

The activities of the organization, as stated by the prosecution, was aimed at the Islamization of the region, establishing Muslim rule based on Sharia.

The convicts appealed against the decision but the higher court left it in force.

It was also reported that I. Marazov, according to police, went to Turkey.