"Enver Mamutov is a father of seven, an entrepreneur. Remzi Memetov is a father of two, a chef. Rustam Abiltarov is a father of four, a constructor. Zevri Abseitov is a father of four, a dentist. All of them will remain in jail until Oct. 11, that has been decided by the occupational 'court' in Simferopol.
"These four Crimean Tatars have been linked into one so-called case of Hizb ut-Tahrir. They were detained on May 12 this year in Bakhchysarai after illegal searches conducted in their houses," he wrote.
Dzhemilev also noted that Enver Mamutov is being threatened with 20-year of life sentence, while sentences for other detainees are slightly smaller.
"All these threats and persecution intend to demonstrate 'the rule of force' and are targeting any dissidence in Crimea.
"By accusing Crimean Tatars of terrorism, the occupants also attempt making people in Crimea and the global community believe this myth is true. However, everyone knows who is a real terrorist in Russia, and who in the Kremlin terrorizes civilians of other states," Dzhemilev summed up.
As reported, human rights violations in Crimea are systemic, massive and serious, and they are not investigated into; the peninsula's occupational authorities prevent civil society organizations from any activities, first of all of pro-Ukrainian nature and those aimed at preservation and development of national identity of Crimean Tatars and ethnic Ukrainians.