"Of course, a request to Saudi Arabia's religious leaders not to give any support and to condemn the actions of the Wahhabit movement (one of the most rigorist radical schools in Sunnism - one of the two (along with Shi'ism) main trends in Islam), and also to prevent financial and other aid to militants and all kinds of extremists in Chechnya will be voiced in the course of the visit," Isayev stated.
According to him, the myth that a war against the republic's people and Islam is now being waged in Chechnya is currently wide-spread in the Middle East countries. "He (Kadyrov) will tell the audience that not a war against Moslems is being waged in Chechnya. For this purpose, the delegation includes religious figures of Ingushetia, Chechnya and Dagestan. The will say that there are more than 400 mosques in Chechnya now, that there are two Islamic institutes, and the Arabic language is studied at schools, i.e. not a war against Moslems and Chechens in particular, but against terrorists and extremists is under way," the source said.