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Rasul Makasharipov
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Terrorist
    (November 14, 1971-July 6, 2005)
    Born in Sasitli, Dagestan, Russian Federation
    Nom de guerre is Emir Rasul
    Nicknamed 'Muslim'
    Served as Avar interpreter for Arab warlord Ibn al-Khattab and Chechen terrorist Shamil Basayev during Invasion of Dagestan (1999)
    Founded the Islamist groups Dzhennet (2002-2004) and Shariat Jamaat (2004-2005)
    Shariat Jamaat would eventually join Caucasian Front, another Islamist organization (May 2005)
    Falsely reported dead (January 15, 2005)
    Killed by Russian troops during a shootout at Makhachkala, Dagestan
    He conducted terrorist attacks against Russia in order to turn the North Caucasus into an Islamic state.
    He and his followers have killed a number of cops, prosecutors, servicemen, and journalists.
    They even consider certain civilians, particularly Russian Orthodox and pro-government Muslim clergy, as legitimate targets.
    As a result of his actions, the situation in Dagestan became even more haywire than Chechnya for months leading to his death.
    His last name is rather long.
    His father kicked him out of his house. (1997)
    Dzhennet was formed in response to the plight of young Dagestani Muslims at the hands of the police.
    Ironically, the group's name means 'Paradise' in Arabic.
    He somehow managed to survive the crackdown that dissolved Dzhennet. (2002)

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