А. И. Айбабин Этническая история ранневизантийского Крыма. [51] By the time of the first Russian invasion of Crimea in 1736, the Khan's archives and libraries were famous throughout the Islamic world, and under Khan Krym-Girei the city of Aqmescit was endowed with piped water, sewerage and a theatre where Molière was performed in French, while the port of Kezlev stood comparison with Rotterdam and Bakhchysarai, the capital, was described as Europe's cleanest and greenest city. The Don Cossacks and Kalmyk Mongols also managed to raid Crimean Tatars' land. [70][71] According to the Ottoman census of 1526, taxes on the sale and purchase of slaves accounted for 24% of the funds, levied in Ottoman Crimea for all activities. Nikolai Polozov, a Russian lawyer who is also representing Chiygoz, calls what he is seeing in Crimea “total lawlessness”. However, the words of the vizier of the Crimean khanate. The affairs of the Sublime Porte are entrusted to me. [49][79] In retaliation, the lands of Crimean Tatars were being raided by Zaporozhian Cossacks,[73] armed Ukrainian horsemen, who defended the steppe frontier – Wild Fields – against Tatar slave raids and often attacked and plundered the lands of Ottoman Turks and Crimean Tatars. Some researchers estimate that more than 2 million people were captured and enslaved during the time of the Crimean Khanate. [121][122], Today, more than 250,000 Crimean Tatars have returned to their homeland, struggling to re-establish their lives and reclaim their national and cultural rights against many social and economic obstacles. Also, according to more reliable modern sources than Evliya's data, slaves never constituted a significant part of the Crimean population. Н.А.Тройницкого. [105][106], The abolition of the special settlement regime made it possible for Crimean Tatar rights activists to mobilize. He was expelled in the second year from the Tashkent engineers of irrigation and reclamation of agriculture "for unworthy behavior", namely the writing of historical work on the history of Turkic culture in the Crimea before the elimination of the Crimean Khanate from "nationalist" positions.[8]. [6] Crimean Tatars in Turkey mostly live in Eskişehir Province, descendants of those who emigrated in the late 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Crimean Tatar activist Emir-Usein Kuku told a Russian court that sentenced him to twelve years on false charges of ‘terrorism’: ‘Does it not strike you as strange that in the 23 years Crimea was under Ukrainian rule, there were no ‘extremists’ nor ‘terrorists,’ and no ‘acts of terrorism,’ but as soon as Russia arrived with its FSB, there was suddenly all of that?’ (Coynash … 234–259. The typewritten document was unsigned, with no official heading, and was made public by the Crimean Tatar parliament, the Mejlis. The bilingual Crimean Tatar-Russian newspaper Terciman-Perevodchik he published in 1883–1914, functioned as an educational tool through which a national consciousness and modern thinking emerged among the entire Turkic-speaking population of the Russian Empire. Crimean-language classes have been banned. [11] International indigenous groups do not dispute their status as an indigenous people and they have been officially recognized as an indigenous people of Ukraine since 2014. ", Williams, Brian Glyn. One-third of them are atheists, and over half that consider themselves religious are non-observant. With tensions escalating in Crimea, Mustafa Dzhamilev, a local Tatar leader and former Soviet dissident, spoke on March 1 to RFE/RL Russian Service's Dmitry Volchek. Williams, BG. Between 1917 and 1933, 150,000 Tatars—about 50% of the population at the time—either were killed or forced out of Crimea.[92]. Crimea: Crimean Tatar leader sentenced to eight years in penal colony following sham trial 11 September 2017, 12:59 UTC Akhtem Chiygoz, a Crimean Tatar leader should be immediately released, said Amnesty International today as he was handed an eight-year sentence following a 13 month long sham trial. The leader of the extremist organization “Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People *” Mustafa Dzhemilev said that Russia was forced to solve the problem with water supply in Crimea for propaganda reasons. He began to plan for the preventive elimination of such potential recruits for a mythical "fifth column of wreckers, terrorists and spies". "The Crimean Tatar exile in Central Asia: a case study in group destruction and survival. An Historical Reinterpretation". [72] But in fact, there were always small raids committed by both Tatars and Cossacks, in both directions. [115] Gromyko's eventual conclusion that "no basis to renew autonomy and grant Crimean Tatars the right to return"[116] triggered widespread protests. Russian authorities have denied reports that Ukrainian MP and former Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemilev had been slapped with a 5-year entrance ban to Crimea. After the preliminary results of the referendum were announced, he held a joint press conference with the Turkish foreign minister Ahmet Davutoğlu. Crimean Tatars (Crimean Tatar: qırımtatarlar, къырымтатарлар) or Crimeans (Crimean Tatar: qırımlar, къырымлар), are an East European Turkic ethnic group and nation, who are an indigenous people of Crimea. "The Ethnogenesis of the Crimean Tatars. [97] Historians have long suspected that violent resistance to confinement in exile from Chechens led to further willingness to let them return, while the non-violent Crimean Tatar movement did not lead to any desire for Crimean Tatars to leave Central Asia. [141] Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People is the executive body of the Kurultai. сул­та­на (офи­ци­аль­но за­кре­п­ле­но в 1580-х гг., ко­гда имя сул­та­на ста­ло про­из­но­сить­ся пе­ред име­нем ха­на во вре­мя пят­нич­ной мо­лит­вы, что в му­сульм. After the annexation, the wealthier Tatars, who had exported wheat, meat, fish and wine to other parts of the Black Sea, began to be expelled and to move to the Ottoman Empire. By the end of the XV century, the main prerequisites that led to the formation of an independent Crimean Tatar ethnic group were created: the political dominance of the Crimean Khanate was established in Crimea, the Turkic languages (Cuman-Kipchak on the territory of the khanate) became dominant, and Islam acquired the status of the state religion throughout the Peninsula. Кырк-Ор. An important role in the formation of the Crimean Tatar people belongs to the Western Kipchaks, known in historiography as Cumans. However, in his reasoning, Dzhemilev emphasized that this or that solution is unrealizable. [117][118] Anatoly Lukyanov from the commission had pointed out that other nations deported in the war were allowed to return, and noted that the case of the Kalmyks, who were deported less than a year before the Crimean Tatars for the same official reason but allowed to return to Kalmykia in the 1950s. Studia z dziejow XIII-XVIII w. Warszawa, 1989. p. 167, Davies (2007), p. 187; Torke (1997), p. 110, There is a popular thesis in the Russian-Soviet propaganda about the Crimean Tatars betrayal of Khmelnytsky. The veteran leader of the Crimean Tatars has called on the UN Security Council to send peacekeeping forces to Crimea. [53] Hacı I Giray was a Jochid descendant of Genghis Khan and of his grandson Batu Khan of the Golden Horde. "Special settlers" were forbidden from leaving small designated areas and had to frequently sign in at a commandant's office. Crimean Tatars complain of intimidation and oppression as one reason for moving. Mustafa Dzhemilev, veteran Crimean Tatar leader and one of Ukraine’s most respected moral leaders, is turning 75 on 13 November. [52] Many of them were re-located to toil as forced labourers in the Soviet GULAG system. [73] However, Cossack raids continued after that time; Ottoman Grand Vizier complained to the Russian consul about raids to Crimea and Özi in 1761. 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Some Crimean Tatars fled to Mainland Ukraine due to the Crimean crisis – reportedly around 2000 by 23 March. Although a great number of Crimean Tatar men served in the Red Army and took part in the partisan movement in Crimea during the war, the existence of the Tatar Legion in the Nazi army and the collaboration of Crimean Tatar religious and political leaders with Hitler during the German occupation of Crimea provided the Soviet leadership with justification for accusing the entire Crimean Tatar population of being Nazi collaborators. ред. Э. Чубарова. [25], On 3 June 2014, Dzhemilev was awarded as the first recipient of the Solidarity Prize, by the Republic of Poland. Since the beginning of March 2014 the Crimean Tatars are subjected to constant repressions and discrimination on the part of so-called “new government”. Crimean Tatars complain of intimidation and oppression as one reason for moving. The trial of a Crimean Tatar leader who has criticized Russia's seizure of the Black Sea peninsula from Ukraine resumed on June 21. // Османский мир и османистика. Yuri Osmanov, founder of the organization, was highly critical of Dzhemilev, saying that the OKND, the predecessor of the Mejilis, did not sufficiently try to mend ethnic tensions in Crimea. Further expulsions followed in 1812 for fear of the reliability of the Tatars in the face of Napoleon's advance. [56] At the same time, the Nogai hordes, not having their own khan, were vassals of the Crimean one, Muskovy and Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth[57][58] paid annual tribute to the khan (until 1700[59] and 1699 respectively). By a preponderance acquired the name "Tatars" of Cumanian population of the Crimea, the Islamic religion and Turkic language, the process of consolidating the multi-ethnic conglomerate of the Peninsula began, which has led to the emergence of the Crimean Tatar people. In an interview Dzhemilev gave shortly after receiving the Nansen Medal, he emphasized that "when violent means are used, innocent people die, and no just cause can justify the taking of innocent lives." [23], In the Ukrainian census of 2001, 248,200 Ukrainian citizens identified themselves as Crimean Tatars with 98% (or about 243,400) of them living in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. [3] He is the recognized leader of the Crimean Tatar National Movement and a former Soviet dissident.[4][5]. You do not have the right to interfere in them". Симферополь. The Crimean Supreme Court under Russian occupation rejected Polozov’s appeal against a ruling allowing Polozov to be interrogated as a ‘witness’ in Umerov’s case. According to various estimates from at least. The rejection of inclusion of Crimea into Russia by the majority of the Crimean Tatars led to a sharp conflict of the community and its leaders with new Crimean and Moscow authorities. FILE - The leader of the Crimean Tatars' assembly, known as the Mejlis, Refat Chubarov, attends a press conference in the Crimean capital, Simferopol, on May 16 2014. [102][103], Although a 1967 Soviet decree removed the charges against Crimean Tatars, the Soviet government did nothing to facilitate their resettlement in Crimea and to make reparations for lost lives and confiscated property. ", Williams, Brian Glyn. Williams, BG. He thus began the arduous and long struggle for the recognition of the rights of Crimean Tatars to return to their homeland. [50] The Turkic-speaking population of Crimea had mostly adopted Islam already in the 14th century, following the conversion of Ozbeg Khan of the Golden Horde. [17] For several centuries, on the basis of Cuman language with a noticeable Oghuz influence, the Crimean Tatar language has developed. (Hagenloh, 2000; Shearer, 2003). In 1711, when Peter I of Russia went on a campaign with all his troops (80,000) to gain access to the Black Sea, he was surrounded by the army of the Crimean Khan Devlet II Giray, finding himself in a hopeless situation. [91] The Soviet government's "collectivization" policies led to a major nationwide famine in 1931–33. The consolidation of this diverse ethnic conglomerate into a single Crimean Tatar people took place over the course of centuries. He was only six months old when his family, with the rest of the Crimean Tatar population, was deported by Soviet authorities in May 1944, soon after Soviet forces retook the peninsula. The court currently preventing Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz from attending his own ‘trial’ has now refused to allow prominent Crimean Tatar rights lawyer Emil Kurbedinov to defend him. 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[73] In 1769 one last major Tatar raid, which took place during the Russo-Turkish War, saw the capture of 20,000 slaves. [109] Other notable self-immolations in the name of the Crimean Tatar right of return movement include that of Shavkat Yarullin, who fatally committed self-immolation in front of a government building in protest in October 1989, and Seidamet Balji who attempted self-immolation while being deported from Crimea in December that year but survived. [34] When the Golden Horde invaded Crimea in the 1230s, they then mixed with populations which had settled in Eastern Europe, including Crimea since the seventh century: Tatars, but also Mongols and other Turkic groups (Khazars, Pechenegs, Cumans and Kipchaks), as well as the ancient. Crimea was a center of wine, tobacco, and fruit cultivation. In turn, some Crimean Tatar dishes, including Chiburekki, have been adopted by peoples outside Crimea, such as in Turkey and the North Caucasus. Dzhemilev was born on 13 November 1943 in Ay-Serez, Crimea, then Russian SFSR, though at the time under Nazi German occupation. The settled Crimean Tatars were engaged in trade, agriculture, and artisanry. [91] Thousands more were deported or killed during the collectivization in 1928–29. A Russian court in Crimea on September 11, 2017 found a prominent Crimean Tatar leader guilty on charges of organizing “mass riots” following an … He became the founder of the Giray dynasty, which ruled until the annexation of the Crimean Khanate by Russia in 1783. [49] However, the historian Sergei Gromenko considers this testimony of Çelebi a myth popular among ultranationalists, pointing out that today it is known from the writings on economics that in the XVII century, the Crimea could feed no more than 500 thousand people. [111][99], After a prolonged effort of lobbying by the Crimean Tatar civil rights movement, the Soviet government established a commission in 1987 to evaluate the request for the right of return, chaired by Andrey Gromyko. The deportees were transported in trains and boxcars to Central Asia, primarily to Uzbekistan. A court in Ukraine's Russian-controlled Crimea region has sentenced prominent Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz, to eight years in prison after … [119] Less than two years after Gromyko's commission had rejected their request for autonomy and return, pogroms against the deported Meskhetian Turks were taking place in Central Asia. In April 2014, the Crimean Tatar leader, Mustafa Dzhemilev, the head of the Mejlis, was barred from entering Crimea after being abroad during the referendum. As it was expected by Qaplan Giray, in 1736 the Russian army invaded the Crimea, led by Münnich, devastated the peninsula, killed civilians and destroyed all major cities, occupied the capital, Bakhchisaray, and burnt the Khan's palace with all the archives and documents, and then left the Crimea because of the epidemic that had begun in it. Kalmyk collaboration with the Germans in the war was not used as a reason to treat Kalmyk civilians as second-class citizens in the 1980s, since by then they had become effectively rehabilitated, while the treatment of Crimean Tatars as second-class citizens at the time was often justified by reiterating the same official talking points about their alleged actions in World War II. The Crimean Tatars controlled the Crimean Khanate from 1441 to 1783, when Crimea was annexed by the Russian Empire as a target of Russian expansion.By the 14th century, most of the Turkic-speaking population of Crimea had adopted Islam, following the conversion of Ozbeg Khan of the Golden Horde.It was the longest surviving state of the Golden Horde. Sunday's referendum on joining Russia is illegal, say leaders of the Tatar minority. Particularly, the Crimean War of 1853–1856, the laws of 1860–63, the Tsarist policy and the Russo-Turkish War (1877–78) caused an exodus of the Tatars; 12,000 boarded Allied ships in Sevastopol to escape the destruction of shelling, and were branded traitors by the Russian government. Ahmad III, H. Bowen, The Encyclopaedia of Islam, Vol. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 11 (3). Gibb, J.H. [16] He was reelected to parliament. [30][31][32][33], Another theory suggests Crimean Tatars trace their origins to the waves of ancient people, Scythians, Greeks, Goths, Italians and Armenians. [93] This belief is based in part on an analogy with numerous other cases of deportations of non-Russians from boundary territories, as well as the fact that other non-Russian populations, such as Greeks, Armenians and Bulgarians were also removed from Crimea (see Deportation of the peoples inhabiting Crimea). The same year he returned to Crimea with his family, a move that would be followed by the eventual return of 250,000 Tatars to their homeland. Crimea was also renowned for manufacture of silk and honey. The Crimean Tatars: The Diaspora Experience and the Forging of a Nation. Kramers, E. Levi-Provencal and J. Shacht, (E.J.Brill, 1986), 269. For more information about Mustafa Dzhemilev and related links to his interviews and writings, see the Web site of the International Committee for Crimea. [6] He grew up in exile, in the Uzbek SSR. Crimean Tatar leaders may lose a little sleep over the motivations of their new friends from Tatarstan. 1999. The Crimean Tatars are subdivided into three sub-ethnic groups: Historians suggest that inhabitants of the mountainous parts of Crimea lying to the central and southern parts (the Tats), and those of the Southern coast of Crimea (the Yalıboyu) were the direct descendants of the Pontic Greeks, Armenians, Scythians, Ostrogoths (Crimean Goths) and Kipchaks along with the Cumans while the latest inhabitants of the northern steppe represent the descendants of the Nogai Horde of the Black Sea nominally subjects of the Crimean Khan. 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