Kadyrov has declared readiness to leave the post of head of Chechnya and to go to Jerusalem

Ramzan Kadyrov

The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov has declared readiness to leave his post and go to Jerusalem to protect the al-Aqsa mosque on the Temple mount as a volunteer. About this the Chechen leader wrote in a Telegram Thursday, July 27.

“I am ready to resign and serve in the structures that ensure the safety of this Holy Moslem place,” he said.

This statement he made after the Israeli authorities dismantled the metal detectors and surveillance cameras installed on the territory of the mosque and allegedly hindered the followers of Islam to visit places of worship.

Kadyrov pointed to the inadmissibility of the fact that the confrontation with international terrorism becoming “an instrument of political struggle, directed against the Muslim population”. To eliminate the conflict situation around the Islamic shrines in the future, the rights to it, you need to pass Jordan, the head of the Chechen Republic.

Frame and video surveillance system was installed by the Israeli authorities, and then dismantled by the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers at the request of management of the mosque.

Security measures were imposed by Israeli authorities after the murder of 14 July of two Israeli policemen three militants-Arabs, firing from the territory of the Temple mount. The increased security measures have resulted in conflict of the Islamic community with law enforcement over the last two day, four Palestinians were killed and hundreds were injured.