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Topic - Ray Takeyh
"Given that Iran had calculated that its national interest lay in not excessively antagonizing the Russian Federation, it largely ignored the plight of the Chechens despite the Islamic appeal of their cause," Mr. Takeyh writes.
As Ray Takeyh pointed out in "Hidden Iran," the Muslim world was alight with rage at the Russian human rights abuses and the tales of massacres of Chechnya's proud Muslims - yet Iran was silent.