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Makhammadiyev Feliks
Феликс Махаммадиев

Name:
Makhammadiyev Feliks Khasanovich
Махаммадиев, Феликс Хасанович
Born:
1984
Current status:
convicted person
Article of the Russian Criminal Code:
282.2 (1)
Time spent in prison:
3 дня в ИВС, 364 дня в СИЗО №1 по Саратовской области. 19 сентября 2019 года приговором суда вновь взят под стражу
Detained since:
12 June 2018
Current restrictions:
Pre-trial detention
Currently held in:
Penal Colony #1 of UFSIN for Orenburg Region
ФКУ «Исправительная колония 1» УФСИН России по Оренбургской области
Address for correspondence:
Feliks Khasanovich Makhammadiyev, 1984 born, Penal Colony #1 of UFSIN for Orenburg Region, Krymski per., 119, Orenburg, 460026, Russian Federation
Феликсу Хасановичу Махаммадиеву, 1984 г.р., ФКУ «Исправительная колония 1» УФСИН России по Оренбургской обл., Крымский пер., 119, Оренбург, 460026, Россия

Letters of support can be sent via hard copy. Parcels should not be sent because of the limit on their number per year.

(Note: discussing topics related to criminal prosecution is not allowed in letters; languages other than Russian will not pass.)

Biography

Feliks Makhammadiyev was born in 1984 in the city of Karshi (Uzbekistan) to a family of law enforcement officials. Since childhood Feliks has loved to draw, write poetry and songs and to do programming. In his youth he was seriously involved in sports and performed in the KVN comedy competition. He worked as a hairdresser for many years, conducted seminars on hairdressing and was a manager of a hairdressing salon.

Feliks’s parents divorced early on; in 2002 he moved with his mom to Saratov. There Feliks became acquainted with Bible teachings. His was very interested to learn that God wants to put an end to wickedness and injustice. In 2011, he married Yevgeniya, who shares his love for painting. They also study foreign languages and participate in cycling trips.

Feliks’s relatives and friends, even those who do not share his Christian beliefs, are shocked by the fact that such a meek man is labelled as an extremist. They hope that very soon there will be a positive outcome to the case in court.

Updated 20 April 2020