Before seizing the bank, Kyiv terrorist declares jihad to "church beasts"
Before the attack on the bank in "Leonardo" business center, the Kyiv terrorist declared jihad to the “church beasts” and later demanded to call him “holy spirit”.
On July 30, 2020, four days before the seizure of the bank in the Leonardo business center in Kyiv, the terrorist Sukhrob Karimov declared jihad to a number of politicians, and on July 31 – to “church beasts” and rabbis.
On his Facebook page, he published a post in which he declared jihad to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Queen of Great Britain and the Commonwealth Kingdoms Elizabeth II, as well as other statesmen and representatives of the Ukrainian government.
A day later, a new post appeared on Karimov's FB page with a call to kill all "church beasts", which the terrorist later deleted. However, the authors of the Telegram channel "Hovoryt' Ukraina" managed to take a screenshot of this entry.
"Kill the rabbi, kill the church beasts, kill even a Muslim, the one who betrays," Karimov wrote.
On August 3, Uzbek citizen Sukhrob Karimov, who received the right to permanent residence in Ukraine three years ago, seized a bank and hostages in the Kyiv business center "Leonardo". The offender wanted to be called a "holy spirit" and demanded UAH 40,000, according to the Internet edition "Strana.ua". The terrorist also sought the opportunity to speak live on any channel, but later the SBU detained him.
Earlier in Lutsk, terrorist Maxim Krivosh took a bus with hostages and demanded that the religious leaders of Ukraine call themselves "terrorists in law". The Primate of the UOC, His Beatitude Metropolitan Onuphry of Kyiv and All Ukraine, was also included in the terrorist's "black list". Later it turned out that Krivosh had planned to seize the OCU cathedral instead of the bus but changed his mind because of the quarantine.