List of Individuals Recognized as Political Prisoners by the Human Rights Centre Memorial and Persecuted in connection with the Realization of their Right to Freedom of Religion as of 14 June 2018

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We consider political prisoners to be individuals who are serving a prison sentence, as well as those being held in custody or under house arrest as a form of pre-trial detention. We reckon among political prisoners individuals who are being persecuted in connection with the realization of their legitimate rights as well as those who are being unlawfully or disproportionately persecuted by the authorities for political reasons. We do not regard as political prisoners those individuals who used violence against the person or called for violence on the grounds of religion, nationality, race etc. All the criteria for considering individuals as political prisoners are published on our website.

As individuals persecuted in connection with the realization of the right to freedom of religion make up more than a half of the total number of political prisoners in Russia, and as their cases of persecution have much in common, their names are compiled in a separate list. None of the individuals on the list used violence, called for violence or planned violent acts.

There are 108 names in the present list. Now, it contains almost exclusively the names of Muslims, a majority of whom have been accused of participating in the organization of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, as well as followers of Turkish theologian Bediüzzaman Said Nursî, who have been accused of participating in the inexistent organization of Nurdjalar. Jehovah’s Witnesses whose organizations had been groundlessly labelled extremist and banned in Russia joined the list of victims persecuted for religious reasons in 2017; followers of the Church of Scientology also accused of extremism – in 2018.

This list is far from being complete. It includes only those individuals and cases for which we have managed to collect and analyse sufficient information for a convincing conclusion to be drawn about a politically motivated and illegal nature of the criminal prosecution. At the present time the list does not contain the names of a large number of people who have been deprived of liberty, and whose prosecution contains indications of illegality or political motivation, but for whose cases we have either not yet received the required information, or have not yet fully analysed the information. The whole list of those being persecuted on similar grounds is, as a minimum, three to four times as lengthy as the present one. For instance, there are 237 names in a separate, incomplete list of individuals persecuted for their membership of Huzb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, yet, due to information scarcity, only 81 of them are recognised as political prisoners.

The necessity to provide a propagandist justification for the actuality of the terrorist threat and the need to demonstrate results in the ‘fight against international terrorism’; the desire to suppress independent groups (not only religious ones) despite the illusiveness of their real threat to society and the corporate interests of law-enforcement bodies who strive to improve their performance on paper should be named as the main reasons for repressions against the Muslims whose names have been included on the list. Some cases, for instance, those of human rights campaigner Rustem Latypov, journalist Nariman Memedeminov, and activist Linar Vakhitov, can also be prompted by the desire to discontinue their lawful activity.

We should also highlight the criminal prosecution of the residents of Crimea on charges of their membership of Hizb ut-Tahrir. It should be noted that as this organization acts legally in Ukraine, the persecution of its members in Crimea becomes another tool of pressure on the Crimean Tatars.

A few years ago, people accused of membership of Hizb ut-Tahrir that had been groundlessly recognized as a terrorist organization in Russia, were charged under an Article of the Russian Criminal Code envisaging up to 3 years of imprisonment for participation in the activities of an extremist organization. Today, the toughening of legislation and law enforcement practices has led to the situation when, in most cases, such people were charged under the new Article of the Criminal Code ‘Organization of the activities of a terrorist organization and participation in the activities of such organization’, providing for a punishment up to life imprisonment, in conjunction with charges of preparation for a violent seizure of power, an Article providing for up to 10 years in prison. Terms of imprisonment imposed by the courts have also been lengthened.

We believe that the number of political prisoners on this list will surge in the near future as the persecution of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia has significantly intensified since spring 2018. All over the Russian Federation, dozens of Jehovah’s Witnesses have suffered searches and arrests; many of them have become defendants in criminal cases and placed in custody.

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  1. Adiyev, Azat Galimzyanovich, was born on 6 January 1978. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 19 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’), and Part Four of Article 150 (‘Involvement of a minor in the commission of an especially grave crime’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Adiyev has been held in custody since 14 October 2014.
  1. Aidarbekov, Aidar Albertovich, was born on 26 December 1989. A resident of the city of Salavat in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He holds a higher education degree. He is single. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a programmer. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 16 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Aidarbekov has been held in custody since 6 September 2016.
  1. Akhmetov, Radik Mudarisovich, was born on 18 September 1997. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. At the time of his arrest, he was temporarily unemployed. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Akhmetov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Akhmetshin, Fanis Faritovich, was born on 2 February 1963. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a construction foreman. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part Two of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Akhmetshin has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Akhtakhanov, Tagir Tapayevich, was born on 1 March 1980. A resident of the village of Achkhoi-Martan of the Achkhoi-Martan district of Chechnya. He is single and completed secondary education. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Akhtakhanov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Alimov, Refat Mametovich, was born on 28 October 1991. A resident of the village of Krasnokamenka of the Yalta city district in Crimea. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a sales representative. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), in conjunction Part One of Article 30 with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Alimov has been held in custody since 18 April 2016.
  1. Aliyev, Muslim Nurievich, was born on 4 March 1971. A resident of the village of Verkhnyaya Kutuzovka of the Alushta city district in Crimea. A tractor driver, prior to his arrest, he worked as a construction worker. He was the head of a local Muslim community. He is married with four children. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), in conjunction Part One of Article 30 with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Aliyev has been held in custody since 11 February 2016.
  1. Aliyev, Sakhib Yakub ogly, was born on 26 June 1984. A resident of the city of Saint Petersburg. As an active member of the Church of Scientology of Saint Petersburg, he was charged under Part One of Article 282.1 (‘Organisation of an extremist organisation’), point “v” of Part Two of Article 282 (‘Denigration of human dignity committed committed by an organized group’), points “a” and “b” of Part Two of Article 171 (‘Illegal enterprise committed by an organized group on a particularly large scale’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Aliyev was held in custody from 7 June 2017 to 19 October 2017; afterwards he was placed under house arrest. On 21 November 2017, he was taken into custody again.
  1. Asylov, Ruslan Denisovich, was born on 6 June 1986. A resident of the town of Dyurtyuli in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He completed secondary education and is married with a child. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 6 years and 4 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 282.2 (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organization’) and Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Asylov has been held in custody since 25 February 2015.
  1. Balakadashev, Inyal Ibragimovich, was born on 12 August 1987. Legally, a resident of the village of Kaladzhukh of the Dokuzpar district of the Republic of Dagestan, he actually lived in the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in Kamchatsky Krai. He is married and completed secondary education. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a sailor. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Balakadashev has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Balakadashev, Nurmagomed Ibragimovich, was born on 8 July 1983. Legally, a resident of the village of Kaladzhukh of the Dokuzpar district of the Republic of Dagestan, he actually lived in the city of Moscow. He is married with a child and completed secondary education. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a shipping agent. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of  Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Balakadashev has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Battalov, Ilshat Nelevich, was born on 21 February 1986. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code, he was sentenced to 17 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr. Battalov has been held in custody since the end of March 2016.
  1. Bekirov, Enver Nebiyevich, was born on 1 January 1963. A resident of the village of Krasnokamenka of the Yalta city district in Crimea. He worked as a construction worker and guard. He is married with three children. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), in conjunction Part One of Article 30 with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Bekirov has been held in custody since 11 February 2016.
  1. Cheprasov, Sergei Sergeyevich, was born on 10 June 1990. Legally, a resident of the village of Sukhaya Olshanka of the Chernyanka district of Belgorod Oblast, he lived in the city i=of Moscow. He is single and completed professionalized secondary education. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of  Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Cheprasov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Christensen, Dennis Ole, was born on 18 December 1972. A resident of the city of Oryol, he is a subject of the Kingdom of Denmark and at the time of his arrest held a Russian residence permit. He was charged with committing a crime under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organization of the activities of a banned religious organization’) for his membership on a community of Jehovah’s Witnesses, a religious denomination banned in Russia. Mr Christensen has been held in custody since 25 May 2017.
  1. Dapayev, Ziyavdin Badirsoltanovich, was born on 12 May 1982. A resident of the city of Makhachkala in the Republic of Dagestan. He holds a higher education degree. He was sentenced to 4 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organization of the activities of a banned religious organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code for creating a cell of ‘Nurdjular’, a religious society based on the works of the Turkish theologian Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, which are banned in Russia. Mr Dapayev has been held in custody since 14 March 2016.
  1. Davletshin, Ruzim Rimovich, was born on 2 September 1988. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 18 years and 6 months of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), Part One of Article 282.2 (Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’), and Part One of Article 205.1 (‘Financing of terrorist activities’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Davletshin has been held in custody since 14 October 2014.
  1. Dindarov, Marat Rafikovich, was born on 2 May 1978. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. He holds a degree in engineering. Prior to his arrest, he worked as an electrician. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 7 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr. Dindarov has been held in custody since the end of March 2016.
  1. Dzheparov, Arsen Bormambetovich, was born on 28 January 1990. A resident of the village of Krasnokamenka of the Yalta city district in Crimea. He worked as a boiler house operator and construction worker. He is married with a daughter. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), in conjunction Part One of Article 30 with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Bekirov has been held in custody since 18 April 2016.
  1. Esmurzayev, Khoso Gashimovich, was born on 27 August 1976. Legally, a resident of the village of Zyazikov-Yurt of the Maglobek district of Ingushetia, he lived in the city of Moscow. He completed secondary education and is single. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a taxi driver. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of  Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Esmurzayev has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Faizrakhmanov, Danis Mirratovich, was born on 4 September 1988. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. A construction worker. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of activities aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Faizrakhmanov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Faizullin, Aidar Rifovich, was born on 24 November 1985. A resident of the town of Dyurtyuli in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Mr Faizullin holds a higher education degree. He is single. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 5 years and 2 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 282.2 (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organization’) and Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’). Mr Faizullin has been held in custody since 25 February 2014.
  1. Fattakhov, Rafael Raulevich, was born on 25 May 1980. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he was employed as a construction finishing worker. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 of the Russian Criminal Code (‘Participation in the activities of an organisation designated as terrorist under Russian law’) and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order'). Mr. Fattakhov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Fattakhov, Ruslan Vakilevich, was born on 14 November 1980. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked in commerce. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated under Russian law as terrorist’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Fattakhov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Fazylov, Aramis Fanisovich, was born on 21 July 1991. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he was employed in multi-level marketing. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code as a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia and sentenced to 4 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony. Mr Fazylov has been held under house arrest since 4 February 2015.
  1. Gabdullin, Rustam Alfridovich, was born on 19 April 1992. A resident of the town of Dyurtyuli. Mr Gabdullin holds a diploma of completed secondary education. He is married with a child. In 2011, he was charged under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code and was given a 1-year suspended sentence with a period of 2 years of probation (the punishment was consequently reduced to a ten-month suspended sentence). As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent action, Mr Gabdullin was sentenced to 5 years and 2 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 282.2 (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organization’) and Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’). With the two verdicts combined, the sentence amounts to 5 years and 6 months in prison. Mr Gabdullin has been held in custody since 25 February 2014.
  1. Galimkhanov, Rustam Rafitovich, was born 30 September 1991. A resident of the town of Dyurtyuli. He holds a higher education degree. He is married. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent action, he was sentenced to 5 years and 2 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 282 of the Russian Criminal Code (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organisation’) and Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’). Mr Galimkhanov has been held in custody since 25 February 2014.
  1. Galiullin, Rinat Faizullovich, was born on 25 June 1978. A resident of the city of Chelyabinsk. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent action, he was charged under Part One of Article 205.1 (‘Incitement and other involvement of individuals in committing a crime envisaged under Article 278’), Part One of Article30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’), Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organisation’) of the Russian Criminal Code and was sentenced to 6 years and 6 months of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony followed by 1 year of ‘restricted freedom’ and a fine of 150,000 roubles. Mr Galiullin has been held in custody since 31 July 2012.
  1. Gallyamov, Rustem Ravilevich, was born on 10 August 1981. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he was a director of the Eko-Svetstroi company. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organisation banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist by Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Gallyamov has been in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Garifyanov, Aidar Ralifovich, was born in 1976. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent actions, Mr Garifyanov was charged under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’) of the Russian Criminal Code, and Part 1 of Article 282.2 (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organisation’) and sentenced to 6 years in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Garifyanov has been held in custody since 26 August 2013.
  1. Gataullin, Ramil Irshatovich, was born on 12 September 1987. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. He holds a higher education degree. Prior to his arrest, he worked as an engineer. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and sentenced to 7 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony. Mr. Gataullin has been held in custody since the end of March 2016.
  1. Gataullin, Rishat Razitovich, was born on 14 April 1972. He is a resident of the Republic of Bashkortostan. He was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist by Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code as a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organisation banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action. Mr Gataullin has been placed under house arrest since 4 February 2015.
  1. Gimaletdinov, Ilgiz Failovich, was born on 18 November 1988 A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a manager at the SrubMontazh company. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organisation banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Gimaletdinov has been in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Ibatullin, Rainur Anisovich, was born on 23 February 1989. A resident of the city of Almetievsk in the Republic of Tatarstan. He holds a degree of electric power station engineer from the Kazan Energy University. He is married in religious, officially unregistered marriage with a child. Prior to his arrest, he was not officially employed. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organisation banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 17 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) and Part One of Article 205.1 (‘Financing of terrorist activities’). Mr Ibatullin has been held in custody since 19 May 2015.
  1. Imangulov, Radik Zufarovich, was born on 2 October 1973. A resident of the village of Zirgan of Meleuzovsky district in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He completed a specialized secondary education. He is married with three children. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a technician. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Imangulov has been held in custody since 1 March 2017.
  1. Inamov, Azizbek Khalikovich, was born on 9 April 1977. A resident of the city of Moscow. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 11 years in a strict-regime penal colony and a fine of 200,000 roubles under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organization of the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code, Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’), Part One of Article 205.1 (‘Incitement of other involvement of individuals in committing a crime envisaged under Article 278 of the Russian Criminal Code’). Mr Inamov has been held in custody since 7 November 2012.
  1. Ironov, Sukhrob Rustamovich, was born on 26 November 1978. A resident of the town of Podolsk in Moscow Oblast, he holds the Tajikistani nationality. He had served a sentence for his membership in Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami in Tajikistan. He holds a higher education degree. He is married with two underage children. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 17 years in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organization of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Ironov has been held in custody since 19 October 2015.
  1. Ismailov, Shamil Magomedrasulovich, was born on 20 October. A resident of city of Makhachkala in the Republic of Dagestan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as an urologist. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 8 years in a strict-regime penal colony followed by 2-year period of ‘restricted freedom’, and a fine of 100,000 roubles under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organization of the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code, Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Ismailov has been held in custody since 13 June 2013.
  1. Kaltuyev, Artur Abdulgamidovich, was born on 15 June 1986. A resident of city of Makhachkala in the Republic of Dagestan. He was sentenced to 3 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organization of the activities of a banned religious organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code for creating a cell of ‘Nurdjular’, a religious society based on the works of the Turkish theologian Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, which are banned in Russia. Mr Kaltuyev has been held in custody since 14 March 2016.
  1. Kaltuyev, Sukhrab Abdulgamidovich, was born on 13 November 1981. A resident of city of Makhachkala in the Republic of Dagestan. He was sentenced to 3 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organization of the activities of a banned religious organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code for creating a cell of ‘Nurdjular’, a religious society based on the works of the Turkish theologian Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, which are banned in Russia. Mr Kaltuyev was held in custody from 14 March to 4 September 2016; on 7 November 2017, he was taken into custody again.
  1. Kayumov, Azamat Rinatovich, was born on 30 September 1982. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a washing machine repair technician. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Kayumov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Khafizov, Asgat Khasanovich, was born on 4 May 1985. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 19 years and 2 months of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), Part One of Article 282.2 (Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Khafizov has been held in custody since 14 October 2014.
  1. Khakimullin, Amir Rinatovich, was born on 24 November 1986. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. He holds a higher education degree in engineering. He is married with two children. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code, he was sentenced to 17 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony and a year of restricted freedom. Mr. Khakimullin has been held in custody since the end of March 2016.
  1. Khamadeyev, Alexei Alfritovich, was born in 1982. He is a resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part One Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organisation’) and sentenced to 6 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Khamadeyev has been in custody since 26 August 2013.
  1. Khamzin, Rustem Valeryevich, was born on 6 April 1972. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he was a businessman. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Khamzin has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Khasanov, Azat Damirovich, was born on 20 December 1977. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. He has incomplete secondary education. He is married with three underage children. At the time of his arrest, he was not officially employed. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 6 years and 6 months of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organization of the activities of an extremist organization’) and point ‘v’ of Part Two of Article282 (‘Incitement of hatred committed by an organized group’). Mr Khasanov has been in custody since 10 October 2013.
  1. Khevronin, Pavel Vladimirovich, was born on 30 August 1986. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 18 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), Part One of Article 282.2 (Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’), and Part One of Article 205.1 (‘Financing of terrorist activities’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Khevronin has been held in custody since 14 October 2014.
  1. Khodjayev, Naimdjon Mubinovich, was born on 4 February 1979. A resident of the city of Moscow, he holds the Tajikistani nationality. He completed secondary education. He is married with four children. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organization of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and sentenced to 18 years in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Khodjayev has been held in custody since 19 October 2015.
  1. Khusenov, Alisher Khasanovich, was born 1 March 1991. A resident of Moscow, he holds the Tajikistani nationality. He completed primary education. He is not officially married and has a child. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organization of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and sentenced to 15 years and 6 months in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Khusenov has been held in custody since 19 October 2015.
  1. Khusniyarov, Shamil Faritovich, was born on 28 September 1979. A resident of the town of Dyurtyuli in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He holds a higher education degree. He is married with two children. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, Mr Khusniyarov was sentenced to 6 years and 4 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 282 (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organisation’) and Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’). Mr Khusniyarov has been held in custody since 25 February 2015.
  1. Kim, Yevgeny Lvovich, was born on 5 October 1974. A resident of the city Blagoveshchensk in Amur Oblast. He completed specialised secondary education. Prior to his arrest, he was not officially employed. He was sentenced to 3 years and 9 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony followed by a 1-year period of ‘restricted freedom’ under Part One of Article 282 (‘Incitement of hatred, or denigration of human dignity’) and Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’) for creating a cell of ‘Nurdjular’, a religious society based on the works of the Turkish theologian Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, which are banned in Russia. Mr Kim has been held in custody since 27 December 2015.
  1. Kornev, Alexander Valeryevich, was born on 22 September 1987. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he was a staff member at the Institute for the Development of Education of the Republic of Bashkortostan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of activities aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Kornev has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Kuku, Emir-Usein Kemalovich, was born on 26 June 1976. A resident of the city of Yalta in Crimea. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a specialist at the maintenance department of the Yalta city council. He is a member of the Crimean human rights contact group. Before the annexation of Crimea, he campaigned for the preservation of the Crimean Tatar cemetery in Yalta, monitored instances of discrimination against the Crimean Tatars. Since 2014, he assisted Crimean political prisoners and took part in the search for missing people, organized the 2014 manifestation to commemorate the forced deportation of Crimean Tatars in 1944. He is married with two children. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), in conjunction Part One of Article 30 with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Kuku has been held in custody since 11 February 2016.
  1. Kulagin, Yevgeny Viktorovich, was born in 1981. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’) of the Russian Criminal Code, and Part 1 of Article 282.2 (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organisation’) and sentenced to 7 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Kulagin has been held in custody since 26 August 2013.
  1. Kurbanov, Saipula Djabrailovich, was born on 9 April 1980. A resident of the city of Makhachkala in the Republic of Dagestan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as the general director of the dental clinic EstDental. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organization of the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’) and sentenced to 8 years in a strict-regime penal colony followed by 2 years of ‘restricted freedom’ and a fine of 150,000 roubles. Mr Kurbanov has been held in custody since 7 November 2012.
  1. Kurbonov, Mirzobakhovaddin Abduakhadovich, was born on 22 December 1990. A resident of the city of Moscow. He completed secondary education and is single. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organization of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and sentenced to 16 years in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Kurbonov has been held in custody since 22 October 2015.
  1. Kutluyarov, Gazim Gafarovich, was born on 1 August 1959. A resident of the town of Dyurtyuli in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He holds a higher education degree. He is single. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 6 years and 4 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 282 of the Russian Criminal Code (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organisation’) and Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’). Mr Kutluyarov has been held in custody since 25 February 2014.
  1. Latypov, Rustem Maratovich, was born on 17 February 1976. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He is the head of the human rights organization ‘Centre for the Study of the Muslims’ Problems’, and a member of the Public Oversight Commission of the Republic of Bashkortostan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Latypov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015. 
  1.  Magomedov, Khiramagomed Gadzhiyevich, was born on 31 January 1985. A resident of the city of Makhachkala in the Republic of Dagestan. He holds an incomplete higher education degree in economics. He is one of the leaders of the NGO “Soyuz spravedlivykh” (‘The Union of the Just’). As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was found guilty of committing crimes under Part Two of Article 282.2 (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organisation’), Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law'), Part One of Article 205.1 (‘Incitement and other involvement of individuals in committing a crime envisaged under Article 205, 206, 208, 211, 277, 278, 279 и 360 of the Russian Criminal Code’), Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power or forcible change of the constitutional order’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Illegal acquisition, transfer, sale, storage, transportation, or bearing of firearms, its basic parts, ammunition, explosives, and explosive devices’) and sentenced to 9 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Magomedov has been held in custody since 25 February 2016.
  1. Magomedov, Magomednabi, was born on 3 October 1972. A resident of the village of Kirovaul of the Kizilyurtovsky district of the Republic of Dagestan. At the time of his arrest, he was the imam of the mosque ‘Vostochnaya’ in the town of Khasavyurt. He is married with seven children. Mr Magomedov was charged under Part One of Article 205.2 (‘Public appeals to engage in terrorist activities or public justification of terrorism’) and with Part One of Article 282 (‘Incitement of hatred, or denigration of human dignity’) and sentenced to 4 years and 6 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony for a Friday sermon where he called on the Salafists to oppose the pressure of the authorities. Mr Magomedov has been placed in custody on 8 April 2016.
  1. Maksutov, Radmir Yusifovich, was born on 31 March 1984. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a domestic appliance repair technician. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law') of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Maksutov has been in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Mamayev, Rinat Mazitovich, was born on 25 July 1971. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a manager. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was found guilty of committing crimes under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and sentenced to 4 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony. Mr Mamayev has been placed under house arrest and deprived of liberty since 4 February 2015.
  1. Maslakov, Artur Konstantinovich, was born on 2 July 1983. A resident of the city of Moscow. He is single and has an incomplete secondary education. Prior to his arrest, he was not officially employed. He was sentenced to 12 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point “a” of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Maslakov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Makhmudov, Tazhib Taimirovich, was born on 4 May 1982. A resident of the city of Moscow. He completed secondary education and is married with two children. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a driver. He was sentenced to 13 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point “a” of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Makhmudov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Matsitsky, Ivan Valdimirovich, was born on 25 July 1975. A resident of the city of Saint Petersburg. He was charged under Part One of Article 282.1 (‘Organisation of an extremist organisation’), point “v” of Part Two of Article 282 (‘Denigration of human dignity committed committed by an organized group’), points “a” and “b” of Part Two of Article 171 (‘Illegal enterprise committed by an organized group on a particularly large scale’) of the Russian Criminal Code as the spiritual leader of the Church of Scientology of Saint Petersburg. Mr Matsitsky has been held in custody since 7 June 2017.
  1. Memedeminov, Nariman Ibraimovich, was born on 7 May 1983. A resident of the village of Kholmovka of Bakhchisaraisky district in Crimea, he holds the Russian and Ukrainian citizenships. He is an activist of the “Krymskaya solidarnost” (Crimean solidarity) movement and a civic journalist. He holds a higher education degree; he is married with three children. Mr Memedeminov was charged under Part Two of Article 205.2 (‘Public appeals to engage in terrorist activities committed using the Internet’) for publishing videos covering events held by Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action. Mr Memedeminov has been held in custody since 22 March 2018.
  1. Miniakhmetov, Naïl Radikovich, was born on 8 November 1988. A resident of the city of Salavat in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He holds a higher education degree. He is married. Prior to his arrest, he worked as the head of a communal services company. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia, that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was found guilty of committing crimes under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and sentenced to 12 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Miniakhmetov has been held in custody since 6 September 2016.
  1. Mustafayev, Farid Ramazanovich, was born on 8 July 1987. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked in transportation business. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia, that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Mustafaev has been in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Mustafin, Khalil Fanavievich, was born on 18 August 1984. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. A champion of the Republic of Bashkortostan and Russia and a world champion in martial arts. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a domestic appliance repair technician. . As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia, that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Mustafin has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Nasimova, Matlyuba Islomovna, was born on 30 July 1960. Legally, a resident of the city of Samarqand of the Republic of Uzbekistan and an Uzbekistani national, she lived in the city of Moscow. She holds an incomplete higher education degree from the Samarqand University. She is married with eight children, two of them being underage. Prior to her arrest, she worked as a housemaid and sublet places in a flat that she rented. She was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mrs. Nasimova has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Numonchonov, Akmalchon Numonchonovich, was born on 18 February 1981. A resident of the town of Odintsovo in Moscow Oblast, he holds the Tajikistani nationality. He completed secondary education. He is married with three underage children. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organization of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and sentenced to 15 years in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Numonchonov has been held in custody since 19 October 2015.
  1. Nurlygayanov, Rinat Ranifovich, was born on 3 January 1991. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He is a student of the Russian Islamic University working as a refrigerator repair technician. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Nurlygayanov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Primov, Yury Vladimirovich, was born on 31 July 1976. A resident of the city of Sevastopol. He holds a degree in drama and cinema acting of the Kiev Theatre Institute. At the time of his arrest, he was not officially employed and worked as a construction worker. He is divorced. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 5 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Primov has been held in custody since 23 January 2015.
  1. Puigin, Maksim Viktorovich, was born in 17 December 1988. A resident of the city of Salavat in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He completed a specialized secondary education. He has two children. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a milling machine operator. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Puigin has been held in custody since 6 September 2016.
  1. Ramazanov, Islam Magamedkerimovich, was born on 24 September. Legally, a resident of the city of Derbent in Dagestan, he lived in Moscow. He completed secondary education and is single. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a driver. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Ramazanov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Rakhmonkhodjayev, Zikrullokhon Faizullokhodjaevich, was born on 2 October 1975. A resident of the city of Moscow, he is a Tajikistani citizen. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 282.2 (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code, Part One of Article 30, in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power or forcible change of the constitutional order’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Illegal acquisition, transfer, sale, storage, transportation, or bearing of firearms, its basic parts, ammunition, explosives, and explosive devices’) and sentenced to 7 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony and a fine of 50,000 roubles. Mr Rakhmonkhodjayev has been held in custody since 7 November 2012.
  1. Saitov, Lenar Azatovich, was born on 25 May 1987. A resident of the city of Kazan in the republic of Tatarstan. . As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 19 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), Part One of Article 282.2 (Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’), and Part Four of article 150 (‘Involvement of a minor in the commission of an especially grave crime’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Saitov has been held in custody since 14 October 2014.
  1. Saifullayev, Ferat Refatovich, was born on 21 July 1983. A resident of the city of Sevastopol. He holds a degree in management of the Simferopol branch of the Kiev University of Economics. He is married with two daughters and a son. At the time of his arrest, he was not officially employed. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 of the Russian Criminal Code (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) and sentenced to 5 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony. Mr Saifullayev has been held in custody since 2 April 2015.
  1. Salakhov, Ilgiz Askhatovich, was born on 10 March 1975. A resident of the village of Ivanayevo of the Dyurtyuli district of the Republic of Bashkortostan. He holds a higher education degree. He is married with four children. . As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 10 years and 6 months of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony followed by 1 year of ‘restricted freedom’ under Part One of Article 282 of the Russian Criminal Code (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organisation’) and Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’). Mr Salakhov has been placed in custody on 25 February 2014.
  1. Salimov, Artur Raulevich, was born on 5 September 1986. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as an electrical technician. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Salimov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Salimov, Ilshat Maratovich, was born on 7 November 1987. A resident of the town of Dyurtyuli in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He holds a diploma of specialized secondary education. He is married with two children. In 2011, he was charged under Part Two of Article 282.2 (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code and was given a 1-year suspended sentence with a period of 1 year of probation. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 6 years and 4 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 282.2 and Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’). With the two verdicts combined, the sentence amounts to 6 years and 6 months in prison. Mr Salimov has been held in custody since 25 February 2014.
  1. Salimzyanov, Arslan Talgatovich, was born on 16 June 1986. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. He hold a degree in industrial and civil construction from the Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering. Mr Salimzyanov is married with two children. He is not officially employed. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 16 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) and Part One of Article 205.1 (‘Financing of terrorist activities’). Mr Salimzyanov has been held in custody since 19 May 2015.
  1. Saraliyev, Ersmak Shagidovich, was born on 26 March 1959. Legally a resident of the urban community of Komsomolsky of the Chernozemelsky district of the Republic of Kalmykia. He is single. He completed secondary education and was a businessman. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Saraliyev has been held in custody since 8 December 2013.
  1. Satayev, Rasim Radikovich, was born in 1988. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power or forcible change of the constitutional order’) of the Russian Criminal Code, and Part One of Article 282.2 in conjunction with Article 282.2 (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organisation’) and was sentenced to 6 years and 6 months in a strict-regime penal colony. Mr Satayev has been held in custody since 26 August 2013.
  1. Shafiyev, Albert Rimovich, was born on 27 November 1988. A resident of the city of Sterlitamak in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He completed a specialized secondary education. He is married with two children. Prior to his arrest, he was not officially employed. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 16 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Shafiyev has been held in custody since 6 September 2016.
  1. Shakirov, Airat Ilgizarovich, was born on 26 July 1991. A resident of the town of Aznakayevo of the Republic of Tatarstan. He has completed secondary education. He is married with two children. Mr Shakirov was not officially employed. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 18 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) and Part One of Article 205.1 (‘Financing of terrorist activities’). Mr Shakirov has been held in custody since 19 May 2015.
  1. Shaikhutdinov, Ildar Khamitovich, was born on 6 November 1975. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. He holds a higher education degree. He is married with two underage children. Prior to his arrest, Mr Shaikhutdinov worked as an assembly worker. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 5 years and 6 months of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part Two of Article 282.2 (‘Participation in the activities of an extremist organization’) and point ‘v’ of Part Two of Article282 (‘Incitement of hatred committed by an organized group’). Mr Shaikhutdinov has been in custody since 10 October 2013.
  1. Sharipov, Shamil Khazhgalievich, was born on 16 January 1977. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a washing machine repair technician. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Sharipov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Shavkatov, Ibrahim Mirkanovich, was born on 2 November 1994. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. He completed secondary education. He is single. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and sentenced to 6 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony. Mr. Shavkatov has been held in custody since the end of March 2016.
  1. Shavkhalov, Adam Akhmedovich, was born on 3 April 1981. Legally, a resident of the village of Zyazikov-Yurt of the Maglobek district of Ingushetia, he lived in the city of Moscow. He completed secondary education and is single. At the time of his arrest, he was not officially employed. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Shavkalov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Siruk, Vadim Andreyevich, was born on 20 February 1989.  A resident of the city of Yalta in Crimea. Prior to his arrest, he worked in trading sector. He is married with two children. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), in conjunction Part One of Article 30 with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Siruk has been held in custody since 11 February 2016.
  1. Suleimanov, Aslan Beslanovich, was born on 11 June 1990. Legally, a resident of the city of Grozny, he lived in the city of Moscow. He completed secondary education and is single. At the time of his arrest, he was not officially employed and worked part time at a market. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Suleimanov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Tagirov, Irek Rishatovich, was born on 5 April 1989. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a sales manager. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Tagirov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Tekilov, Anzor Mauletovich, was born on 21 September 1988. Legally, a resident of the city of Grozny in Chechnya, he lived in the city of Moscow. He completed secondary education and is single. At the time of his arrest, he was not officially employed. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Tekilov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Tekilov, Artur Mauletovich, was born on 9 March 1990. Legally, a resident of the city of Grozny, he lived in the city of Moscow. He completed secondary education and is single. At the time of his arrest, he was not officially employed. He was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point ‘a’ of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Tekilov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Tekilov, Imran Mauletovich, was born on 10 November 1991. Legally a resident of the city of Grozny, he lived in the city of Moscow. He completed secondary education and is single. At the time of his arrest, he was not officially employed. He was sentenced to 12 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with point “a” of Part Two of Article 205 (‘Preparation of a terrorist act to be committed by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms by an organized group’), Part Three of Article 223 (‘Manufacturing of arms by an organized group’), Part One of Article 222 (‘Storage of arms’) of the Russian Criminal Code for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in the Moscow “Kirgizia” cinema as an alleged member of the banned organization of At-Takfir wa al-Hijra. Mr. Tekilov has been held in custody since 27 November 2013.
  1. Terentyeva, Anastasia Gennadiyevna, was born on 4 October 1979. A resident of Saint Petersburg. Prior to her arrest, she was the head of the communications department of the Church of Scientology in Saint Petersburg. She was charged under Part One of Article 282.1 (‘Organisation of an extremist organisation’), point “v” of Part Two of Article 282 (‘Denigration of human dignity committed committed by an organized group’), points “a” and “b” of Part Two of Article 171 (‘Illegal enterprise committed by an organized group on a particularly large scale’) of the Russian Criminal Code as an active member of the Church of Scientology of Saint Petersburg. Mrs. Terentyeva was held in custody from 7 June to 19 October 2017 when she was placed under house arrest.
  1. Uzbekov, Timur Narimanovich, was born on 27 March 1990. A resident of the village of Verkhny Uslon in the Republic of Tatarstan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 18 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), Part One of Article 282.2 (Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Uzbekov has been held in custody since 14 October 2014.
  1. Vaitov, Rustem Mamutovich, was born on 27 July 1986. A resident of the city of Sevastopol. He is married in religious, officially unregistered marriage with a daughter who was born after his arrest. He holds a degree in industrial and civil construction of the National Academy of Environmental and Resort Construction. At the time of his arrest, he was officially unemployed and worked as a construction worker. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that even according to the prosecution has never been involved in any violent action, he was sentenced to 5 years of imprisonment under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Vaitov has been held in custody since 23 January 2015.
  1. Vakhitov, Linar Munirovich, was born on 25 April 1983. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he acted as the director of the ‘StroiAlyans’ company and the head of the human rights movement ‘For the Muslims’ Rights’. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that even according to the prosecution has never been involved in violent actions, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Vakhitov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Valiullin, Albert Rafikovich, was born on 29 May 1974. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 18 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), Part One of Article 282.2 (Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Valiullin has been held in custody since 14 October 2014.
  1. Velitov, Makhmud Abdulkhakovich, was born on 7 September 1951. A resident of the city of Moscow. He was the imam of the Yardam mosque. He holds a higher theological degree from the madrasa of Mir-Arab in Bukhara. Mr Velitov was sentenced to 3 years of imprisonment in a general-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.2 (‘Public appeals to engage in terrorist activities or public justification of terrorism’) of the Russian Criminal Code for a Friday sermon with a funeral prayer for an alleged member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami. 11 July 2016 to 21 February 2017, he was held under house arrest. Mr Velitov has been held in custody since 28 April 2017.
  1. Vilitkevich, Anatoly Sergeyevich, was born on 15 September 1986. A resident of the city of Ufa. He was charged with committing a crime under Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organization of the activities of a banned religious organization’) for his membership on a community of Jehovah’s Witnesses, a religious denomination banned in Russia. Mr Vilitkevich has been held in custody since 10 April 2018.
  1. Yakupov, Ural Gaifullovich, was born on 24 May 1991. A resident of the city of Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Prior to his arrest, he worked as a domestic appliance repair technician. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was charged under Part Two of Article 205.5 (‘Participation in the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code and Part One of Article 30 in conjunction with Article 278 (‘Preparation of actions aimed at a violent seizure of power, or forcible change of the constitutional order’). Mr Yakupov has been held in custody since 4 February 2015.
  1. Yesaulkova, Konstantsiya Valeriyevna, was born on 6 April 1970. A resident of the city of Saint Petersburg. She was charged under Part One of Article 282.1 (‘Organisation of an extremist organisation’), point “v” of Part Two of Article 282 (‘Denigration of human dignity committed committed by an organized group’), points “a” and “b” of Part Two of Article 171 (‘Illegal enterprise committed by an organized group on a particularly large scale’) of the Russian Criminal Code as an active member of the Church of Scientology of Saint Petersburg. Mrs. Yesaulkova has been held under house arrest since 9 June 2017.
  1. Yunusov, Naïl Vazhibovich, was born on 24 February 1989. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. He graduated from the Nizhnekamsk confectionery school as a pastry cook. He is married with a child. At the time of his arrest, he was not officially employed. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 17 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’). Mr Yunusov has been held in custody since 19 May 2015.
  1. Zaripov, Radik Ramilovich, was born on 8 October 1985. A resident of the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in any violent actions, he was sentenced to 16 years of imprisonment in a special regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’), Part One of Article 282.2 (‘Organisation of the activities of an extremist organization’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Zaripov has been held in custody since 14 October 2014.
  1. Zeitullayev, Ruslan Borisovich, was born on 15 June 1985. A resident of the city of Sevastopol. He is married with three daughters. He has incomplete secondary education. At the time of his arrest, he was officially unemployed and worked as a construction worker. As a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organization banned in Russia that, even according to the prosecution, has never been involved in violent action, he was sentenced to 15 years of imprisonment in a strict-regime penal colony under Part One of Article 205.5 (‘Organisation of the activities of an organization designated as terrorist under Russian law’) of the Russian Criminal Code. Mr Zeitullayev has been held in custody since 23 January 2015.