Moscow court issues arrest warrants for members of extremist organization

The Moscow Preobrazhensky Court has issued arrest warrants for 15 members of the religious extremist organization At Takfir val-Hidzhra, grating the investigators' request, a source in the Preobrazhensky Court told Interfax.

The Moscow Preobrazhensky Court has issued arrest warrants for 15 members of the religious extremist organization At Takfir val-Hidzhra, grating the investigators' request, a source in the Preobrazhensky Court told Interfax.

The detention of 15 members of the religious extremist organization At Takfir val-Hidzhra in Moscow was announced by the Russian Interior Ministry on Wednesday. The operation was conducted by officials from the Interior Ministry's Main Department for the Prevention of economic Crimes, the Federal Security Service, the Interior Ministry's Main Department, and the OMON special task police.

"Three home-made explosive devices with detonators and injuring elements, as well as pistols, grenades, cartridges, and extremist literature were seized from the members of the organization," the Interior Ministry said.

"According to the available information, this organization was financed with money received for the commission of crimes," the Interior Ministry press center said.

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