VIDEO: Directed by Tomasz Popakuł for the Gdynia Emigration Museum and entitled ‘Dzennet’, the six and a half minute film tells the story of refugee Dzennet Dżabagi-Skibniewska, whose mother was a Polish Tatar and father the son of the last ruler of Ingushetia, a republic of Russia located in the North Caucus.
Polish Muslims, like followers of Islam all over the world, on Friday began the month long fast of Ramadan.
The two men seized were part of an extremist group whose plans were modelled on terrorist attacks carried out by Norway killer Anders Breivik and New Zealand lunatic Brenton Tarrant. They were nabbed by officers from Poland’s Internal Security Service in Warsaw and Szczecin following an undercover operation.
EXCLUSIVE: TFN’s Joanna Jasińska travelled to Poland’s far east to meet the country’s Tatar community and talk about the past, the present, life, love and food.