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" All Praise be to Allah Most High, we praise Him for giving us the
luxury of fighting Jihad for His sake.

" Today is 13 Safar, 1421, which corresponds to May 17, 2000. I have
received a number of questions from our brothers and will answer then
Insha-Allah. But first, I would like to make a brief introduction as to
what is happening in Chechnya.

" The (Mujahideen took the decision to switch) the military situation
in Chechnya from conventional warfare and fixed lines of confrontation,
to guerilla warfare and hit and run tactics - this form of warfare may
go on for many years to come.

" There also are several differences between this war and the first war
(1994-1996). First, This war is witnessing direct confrontation between
the Mujahideen and Moscow. This differs from the war in Afghanistan
where there was a (pro-Moscow) communist regime, or Bosnia with the
Serbs (who were proxy militias officially under Bosnian Serb rule
command but in reality under the influence of Belgrade).

" This is a direct war between the Mujahideen and Moscow; Russia will
never accept being defeated by the smallest of all the republics that
it occupies (and will do anything to avoid being defeated and accepting
Chechen independence).

" The second difference is that Chechnya is surrounded and does not
have borders with countries that are willing to help it. Afghanistan
bordered some countries that either supported it, or at least did not
block the movements of support to the Mujahideen. For example Pakistan;
the people of the two countries (Afghanistan and Pakistan) are Muslim,
there are close relationships between tribes that extend throughout
both countries etc. (there was sympathy and support that worked in
favour of the Jihad in Afghanistan).

" Bosnia received support from Croatia. The Croats did this for their
own interest - they supported the Bosnian's when it suited them, but at
other times, they slaughtered the Muslims; nonetheless, Bosnia had, at
least more often than not, a neighbouring country that allowed support
and supplies to come through to some extent.

" Chechnya does not have any of this support. Russia on the other hand,
is receiving plenty of support from its friends and allies around the
world; it has received billions of Dollars in aid; in fact, the Jews
(Israel) recently provided Russia with US$1.5 billion in aid.

" The third difference is that the Russian army has learned some of the
lessons from the first war; during the first war they attacked in a
hasty manner. They were disorganized and rushed their forces into
Chechnya with little organization or planning. In fact, the Russians
originally claimed they were sending troops because they wanted
to 'solve a problem between themselves and (President) Jawahar (may
Allah have mercy upon him)'. They sent 12 tanks that were destroyed.
Then they sent 24 tanks backed by dozens of armoured vehicles; the
second force was officially claimed to be pro-Moscow Chechen militia
that was dispatched to reinforce order.

"All of the vehicles in the second attack were also destroyed; and,
when the vehicles were inspected, the bodies of Russian troops were
found. This broke the cover of the Russians (and made it clear to all
that Russia was working to exert its direct rule over Chechnya; and
that the conflict was not simply a problem between the Russian
Government and President Dudayev).

" Referring to the early Russian defeats in the first war, a Russian
General, decorated as a hero of the Soviet Union for his efforts in
Afghanistan, declared: ' The Russian Military does not lack anything in
terms of men and material; it only lacks good planning and
organization.'

" After the first war, Russia signed an agreement to postpone the issue
of Chechen independence for five years, and that the Chechen people
would, at the end of this five year period, have a referendum on
independence. It became apparent, however, that the Russians were
planning to invade Chechnya.

"(Only two years after the agreement was signed) Russia claimed that
the Mujahideen attacked Dagestan and that a response was needed. In
reality, however, Russian generals were talking about reentering
Chechnya months before Dagestan; in fact, it was the Russians who
entered Dagestan and (attacked Muslims in the region, forcing the
Mujahideen in Chechnya to come to the rescue of their brothers).

" Chechnya is a small place. It is the size of one of Afghanistan's 20
provinces, for example, it is the size of Jalalabad. The Russians
learnt the lessons of the first war and came into the second with new
tactics and methods. That is why in the first war they used nearly
500,000 soldiers in Chechnya, but in this war, they are using only
about 300,000. In the first war, the Russians relied primarily on the
army to patrol and position themselves in Chechnya's open fields and
mountains. In this war, the Russians are focusing on the cities, towns
and villages. They are also using well trained and highly experienced
troops from the ministry of interior, for example OMON.

"Another facet of this war is the extent of repression against the
civilian population; I mean to saythere are daily acts of savage
repression - arrests, beatings. This is very hard on the people.

" Despite this, All Praise be to Allah, many young men have joined the
ranks of the Mujahideen. They trained well on how to use their weapons,
and frankly, the Russians were very surprised by the ferocity of the
resistance. All Praise be to Allah, during the hardest of times, in
winter, the Mujahideen launched attacks that devastated the enemy.

" As I said earlier, we are now conducting a guerilla warfare campaign
against the enemy. This has some conditions if it is to succeed. The
conditions are: for the Mujahideen to know the terrain, to use their
weapons effectively, to be light and flexible in their movements. All
Praise be to Allah, these conditions have been met, and every enemy
attempt to defeat the Mujahideen has failed. Some of the most recent
examples were the annihilation of an OMON unit that left all of Russia
in mourning and the attack in Ingushetia that left Russian in fear of
the war spreading beyond Chechen republics.

" That is a description of the situation on the ground; I will be happy
to answer the questions of the brothers (questions were read out loud
from letters and answered by Khattab):

Q1 The first questions says, are there open roads into Chechnya? Some
people claim they know these roads, and others say they can coordinate
with Chechen ambassadors (to identify open roads into Chechnya)?

A1 The problem is not with the roads - the roads exist; the problem is
on the ground in Chechnya. Let me give you examples; we have no place
to keep the brothers and to train them. Moreover, we cannot give
medical treatment to the brothers who are wounded. There are no fixed
bases; all bases are always being moved, and the wounded cannot (do not
have the ability to) move with them. That is why most of the brothers
who were wounded died, may Allah accept them as martyrs.

I encourage you to ask the brothers who left Chechnya to share their
experiences; they know (about the hardships on the ground) and can tell
you about the difficulties involved.

As for those who say there are open roads; I can tell you that no
commander will accept responsibility for any brothers who come from
abroad to join the Mujahideen. I am willing to call all of the
commanders and confirm this if necessary; the Chechens themselves are
either in the mountains or move from house to house on a constant
basis; by Allah dear brothers, most of the Mujahideen have been in the
mountains since the middle of winter. They move from house to house and
forest to forest. The Russians are everywhere and if they sense the
Mujahideen are in a particular place they will attack mercilessly, even
against civilians. You may contact any of the commanders and ask them
about this point in particular.

I remember when many brothers said they wanted to join us; I told them
do not rush to come until winter arrives. I wanted to see if the
Russians would block (the border) - this indeed happened, and Chechnya
was surrounded as it was in the first war. But, during the first war,
brothers came and left before the siege. Today, the situation is
different, it's not like Afghanistan where the foreign Mujahideen
arrived at the airport, crossed the border, went to a training camp and
then joined the Mujahideen. There is nothing of this at this point in
time. A group of about 80-90 of the foreign Mujahideen did manage to
join us, but nobody could take care of them or train them (this led) to
the new Mujahideen being surprised by the intensity of the bombardment
and attacks.

All praise be to Allah, however, the Mujahideen managed to break out of
siege after siege. I swear by Allah dear brothers, when coming out of
the siege of Shatoi, the Mujahideen killed (in a single battle) 160
Desant paratroopers - the elite of Russia's forces. By moving onto
guerilla warfare we have disproved Russia's claim to control Chechnya
and so-called liberated areas.

As for so-called ambassadors and Chechen government representatives, I
encourage you all to be extremely careful when dealing with such
people. We know who many of these people are - if they were true to
Chechnya, they would have remained here - we also know that some of
them may have connections with the (pro-Moscow hypocrite) Mufti of
Chechnya. However, within a few days, some brothers will have left
Chechnya and will have arrived among you, and they will tell you about
all you need to know in this regard.

Let it be known however, that anyone who is weak, ill or incapable of
fighting, will prove to be a burden on the Mujahideen. This was
confirmed to us by one of the scholars in Chechnya, who encouraged
Muslims to be ready and trained before going to war (See `How do I
train myself for Jihad?`). We want the brothers to join us; who would
not want the sons of the Ummah of Muhammad to learn and earn the
benefits of Jihad? However, the situation is difficult, particularly
for the wounded. Recently, seven wounded brothers who were trying to
leave were killed in a cave, and three others were killed on the Ingush
border (See Masood Al Benin) even though they bribed Russian officers
and spent a lot of money to try to transport them (the wounded)
Mujahideen out of Chechnya.

Q2 What is the status of negotiations with the Russians?

A2 There were efforts by individuals in Maskhadov's government to reach
a negotiated solution to the conflict. However, Maskhadov, and all of
the Mujahideen are in agreement that there are conditions for a
negotiated settlement, with the main condition being the withdrawal of
Russian troops from Chechnya. Now there are also additional efforts at
a negotiated settlement by the president of Ingushetia and Russian
officers. I say politics in not in favour of the Mujahideen; we should
stay clear of this and remain focused on our goals.

Q3 What is the status of communication between the Mujahideen?

A3 Communications are good All Praise be to Allah. All the commanders
are in constant communication, all Russian efforts to cut
communications between us have failed. Shamil is well, he and other
commanders supervise battlefields and hold regular meetings.

Q4 What is the extent of Russian occupation of Chechen land?

A4 The Russians are everywhere, but the Mujahideen are everywhere as
well. This is guerilla warfare; the Russians claim they have finished
the Mujahideen and are chasing remaining bands of Mujahideen in the
mountains. The situation on the ground proves this false; in fact,
their latest 'clean up' operation involved more than 800 vehicles!
Imagine, 800 vehicles (to chase down a few so-called defeated bands of
Mujahideen!) The Mujahideen are launching effective operations across
all of Chechnya. All Praise be to Allah, the Mujahideen are everywhere
and are in good shape; their news reaches you on a regular basis;
operations today in Vedeno, tomorrow in Shatoi, then in Grozny and so
on.

Q5 What is the situation of the pro-Moscow Chechen police?

A5 A policeman is a policeman, from Soviet times, through the reign of
Dudayev, Maskhadov and until now. They joined the police for work, to
find their daily bread. Their jobs include guarding warehouses etc.
There have been mercenaries from other parts of Russian who joined
these forces. However, since Russia began its policy of stationing
these police units on the front lines, most members of the Chechen
police have left their positions and run away.

Q6 What is President Maskhadov's role in the front lines?

A6 He is the president and he has all rights and powers invested in the
presidency. He plays his role, but I think that focusing too much on
talks will not serve the Mujahideen.

Field Commander Khattab concluded by stating that the Mujahideen would
continue their operations against Russian forces and by improving
Mujahideen tactics and planning. He was confident that Allah Most High
would grant victory to the Mujahideen and called upon Muslims to
participate in making this victory by making supplication to Allah and
by sacrificing in every possible way, politically, financially and
militarily, to reap the benefits of Jihad and to support the victory of
their brothers and sisters in Chechnya.

Field Commander Khattab, 17/05/2000

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