"Approved by Adolf". Dolgopolov explains what happened at the Makhachkala airport
Former Ukrainian tennis player Oleksandr Dolgopolov, who joined the Ukrainian Armed Forces from the first days of Russia's full-scale invasion, commented on the anti-Semitic pogroms in Dagestan. On October 29, hundreds of people gathered at the airport of Kaspiysk (a satellite city of Makhachkala) to meet a flight from Israel in a "grown-up" manner.
Dolgopolov compared what happened to the actions of Adolf Hitler during World War II.
"Approved by Adolf. Looks like he broke ruzzia and imposed his ideology in their DNA. We told you, but you still chose to find excuses for them," Dolgopolov wrote.
As OBOZ.UA reported earlier, Dagestani and foreign publics posing as local resources called on people to come to the airport during the day. In addition to people, security forces with military equipment were also gathered at the airport.
People chanted anti-Semitic slogans in Kaspiyskoye and held signs saying "There is no place for child murderers in Dagestan."
The President of Ukraine reacted to the pogroms in Dagestan, saying that "Russian anti-Semitism and hatred of other nations are systemic and deep-rooted."