one-on-one 03/14/1996 (1996)

Telecast №73057, 1 part, duration: 0:39:37
Production: VID
Anchor:Aleksandr Lyubimov, Andrej Sidenko

Reel №1

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The main topic of the conversation is Christianity and Islam in Russia.

Guests of the program - academician Igor Shafarevich and chairman of the Union of Muslims of Russia Nadirshah Khachilayev.

The first act.

The religious factor of the Chechen war.

Evaluation and criticism of the activities of Johar Dudayev.

Religion as the basis of aggressive policy in Islamic states.

Profile NM Hachilaev.

The second act.

Criminogenic situation in Chechnya, war as the soil for the flourishing of crime.

Fear of the civilian population, regardless of nationality, before the internecine war in the event of withdrawal of troops.

Freedom of the Caucasus - to be or not to be?

The harm of the policy of loud phrases and impotent actions (the discussion of the capture of the hospital in Budyonnovsk and terrorism as a phenomenon in general).

Profile IRShafarevich.

The third act.

Russia between two fires, seeking a balance between the West and the East.

The history of world terrorism.

Expansion of the borders of terrorism as one of the key dangers of the 20th century.

State terrorism, examples and discussion.

Why is it beneficial for the West to weaken Russia?

The problem of Russians being expelled by Islamic states.

Participants answer questions from the audience.

The issues of interethnic conflicts, the growth of crime, the legitimacy of the army's actions, the reasons for the ineffectiveness of the army's operations, the problem of preserving the national culture and the peaceful coexistence of different peoples are touched upon.


Shafarevich I.R. - Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, writer-publicist, public figure. Khachilayev NM - Chairman of the Dagestan branch of the Peace Foundation and the Union of Muslims of Russia.

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