After banning the Koran from him … “Putin’s enemy” is suing Russian prison authorities

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He said: I want to study the Qur’an in depth to “improve myself”

The imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, dubbed “Putin’s enemy,” said Tuesday that he will sue the prison administration for blocking a copy of the Quran from him, which he intended to study while he was in a prison outside Moscow.

Navalny has been on hunger strike for two weeks, in protest at prison officials ’refusal to allow his doctor to examine him behind bars after he developed severe back and leg pain.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, Navalny said Tuesday in a post on Instagram that the first lawsuit against prison officials related to the Koran.

He added, “The problem is that they do not give me a Qur’an .. and this raises my displeasure,” adding that “studying the Qur’an in depth” was one of the many “self-improvement” goals that he set for himself while he was in prison.

The opposition politician explained that he was not allowed to see any of the books he brought or requested during the past month, because they all need to be “searched for extremism,” which officials say takes three months.

He said, “So I wrote another petition to the prison director and filed a lawsuit .. Books are everything we have, and if I have to file a lawsuit for my right to read, I will.”

It is noteworthy that Navalny, 44, is the staunch opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, and he was arrested in January upon his return from Germany to Moscow, where he spent five months recovering from poisoning with the nerve gas he blamed on the Kremlin. The Russian authorities have rejected this accusation.

Last February, a court ordered Navalny to be imprisoned for over two years for violating the terms of probation.

Navalny’s wife is “anxious”

The wife of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, Yulia Navalnaya, on Tuesday expressed her “concern” over the health of her husband, a patient and a hunger striker, after she met him in prison.

Navalnaya said on Instagram that she was able to visit him on Tuesday and communicate with him by phone and through a glass window.

“He is still cheerful and cheerful,” she wrote, “but he talks hard, hanging up every now and then to lie down on the table and take a break.”

“I know he will not give up (…) but after this visit I feel anxious about him,” she added.

She recounted that the prison administration continues to prevent her husband from consulting a doctor, noting that he now weighs 76 kilograms, nine kilograms less than he was at the start of his hunger strike.

After banning the Koran from him … “Putin’s enemy” is suing Russian prison authorities

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The imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, dubbed “Putin’s enemy,” said Tuesday that he will sue the prison administration for blocking a copy of the Quran from him, which he intended to study while he was in a prison outside Moscow.

Navalny has been on hunger strike for two weeks, in protest at prison officials ’refusal to allow his doctor to examine him behind bars after he developed severe back and leg pain.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, Navalny said Tuesday in a post on Instagram that the first lawsuit against prison officials related to the Koran.

He added, “The problem is that they do not give me a Qur’an .. and this raises my displeasure,” adding that “studying the Qur’an in depth” was one of the many “self-improvement” goals that he set for himself while he was in prison.

The opposition politician explained that he was not allowed to see any of the books he brought or requested during the past month, because they all need to be “searched for extremism,” which officials say takes three months.

He said, “So I wrote another petition to the prison director and filed a lawsuit .. Books are everything we have, and if I have to file a lawsuit for my right to read, I will.”

It is noteworthy that Navalny, 44, is the staunch opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, and he was arrested in January upon his return from Germany to Moscow, where he spent five months recovering from poisoning with the nerve gas he blamed on the Kremlin. The Russian authorities have rejected this accusation.

Last February, a court ordered Navalny to be imprisoned for over two years for violating the terms of probation.

Navalny’s wife is “anxious”

The wife of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, Yulia Navalnaya, on Tuesday expressed her “concern” over the health of her husband, a patient and a hunger striker, after she met him in prison.

Navalnaya said on Instagram that she was able to visit him on Tuesday and communicate with him by phone and through a glass window.

“He is still cheerful and cheerful,” she wrote, “but he talks hard, hanging up every now and then to lie down on the table and take a break.”

“I know he will not give up (…) but after this visit I feel anxious about him,” she added.

She recounted that the prison administration continues to prevent her husband from consulting a doctor, noting that he now weighs 76 kilograms, nine kilograms less than he was at the start of his hunger strike.

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He said: I want to study the Qur’an in depth to “improve myself”

The imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, dubbed “Putin’s enemy,” said Tuesday that he will sue the prison administration for blocking a copy of the Quran from him, which he intended to study while he was in a prison outside Moscow.

Navalny has been on hunger strike for two weeks, in protest at prison officials ’refusal to allow his doctor to examine him behind bars after he developed severe back and leg pain.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, Navalny said Tuesday in a post on Instagram that the first lawsuit against prison officials related to the Koran.

He added, “The problem is that they do not give me a Qur’an .. and this raises my displeasure,” adding that “studying the Qur’an in depth” was one of the many “self-improvement” goals that he set for himself while he was in prison.

The opposition politician explained that he was not allowed to see any of the books he brought or requested during the past month, because they all need to be “searched for extremism,” which officials say takes three months.

He said, “So I wrote another petition to the prison director and filed a lawsuit .. Books are everything we have, and if I have to file a lawsuit for my right to read, I will.”

It is noteworthy that Navalny, 44, is the staunch opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, and he was arrested in January upon his return from Germany to Moscow, where he spent five months recovering from poisoning with the nerve gas he blamed on the Kremlin. The Russian authorities have rejected this accusation.

Last February, a court ordered Navalny to be imprisoned for over two years for violating the terms of probation.

Navalny’s wife is “anxious”

The wife of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, Yulia Navalnaya, on Tuesday expressed her “concern” over the health of her husband, a patient and a hunger striker, after she met him in prison.

Navalnaya said on Instagram that she was able to visit him on Tuesday and communicate with him by phone and through a glass window.

“He is still cheerful and cheerful,” she wrote, “but he talks hard, hanging up every now and then to lie down on the table and take a break.”

“I know he will not give up (…) but after this visit I feel anxious about him,” she added.

She recounted that the prison administration continues to prevent her husband from consulting a doctor, noting that he now weighs 76 kilograms, nine kilograms less than he was at the start of his hunger strike.





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