A member of an influential clan from Gaza, who fought on the side of Russia, was liquidated in Donetsk region - mass media
Amember of one of the most influential clansin the Gaza Strip, Rami Haisam Musa al-Farra,was liquidated in Donetsk region. The man died on August 5, according to one version from a rocket attack, according to another - due to the explosion of a rocket-propelled grenade.
This is reported by Radio Liberty, citing a statement of the al-Farra clan. As the journalists found out from the father of the deceased Rami - Haisam, the man died fighting in Ukraine on the side of the Russian Federation. He voluntarily went to serve under contract with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, not through mobilization.
This is the first case of death of a citizen of the partially recognized state of Palestine during the conflict in Ukraine. Earlier, the Lebanese special services also reported about the recruitment of Palestinians to participate in the war against Ukraine.
Rami al-Farra was born in Russia in October 1994. In 2000, his mother, a Russian citizen, moved him to Gaza, where his father was working at the time. Rami lived there until 2007. After Hamas prevailed in the Strip, the family evacuated back to Russia.
According to the father of the deceased, Russian diplomats provided them with assistance with their departure. Rama had dual citizenship - Russian and Palestinian.
In 2011, four years after his return from Gaza, al-Farra enrolled in the fee-paying department of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, located in the Maikop branch of the local state technological university. There, he chose to specialize in customs.
In his own Instagram profile, Rami published photos of his military service in the Russian Federation. According to his father, al-Farrah was drafted into the army in 2018 and studied to be a sniper.
He sent his last photos to his father already from the war in Ukraine, where he served on the side of the occupiers. Haisam al-Farra says that his son was engaged in "guarding the military" performing demining work somewhere near Bakhmut or in the occupied territory of Donbass.
The body of the deceased, as Haisam says, has already been taken to Kurganinsk, where he will be buried in the near future.
Recall that on the Ukrainian front liquidated 45-year-old Russian occupier Alexander "Papa" Yuvitsa from Kuban. He was deputy commander of the detachment "BARS-11" (combat army reserve special) and was involved in Russia's annexation of Crimea.
As reported OBOZREVATEL, in Ukraine liquidated the occupant Ilya Buholtsev, who boasted of "glamorous" photos. The invader from the Penza region of the Russian Federation at one time became the winner of the photo contest "Macho in the village of Arkhangelskoye 2012".