A resident of Kazan, brought from the Hajj of the banned extremist books

© RIA Novosti / Zaman Ramazanova Arafat near Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Archival photoA resident of Kazan, brought from the Hajj of the banned extremist books© RIA Novosti / Zaman Ramazanov

The elderly inhabitant of Kazan was brought from Hajj, banned in Russia as extremist books, according to Tatarstan customs.

«At the international airport of the capital of Tatarstan in the implementation of customs control of passengers arriving by international flight Baku-Kazan, 75-year-old Kazan resident employees of Tatarstan customs found extremist literature,» the message reads.

It notes that «in the Luggage of respectable men were four of the book» who «by name of individual and individualizing characteristics … coincided with the Federal list of extremist materials, published on the official website of the Ministry of justice of the Russian Federation».

«According to the citizen, he comes back from Hajj, from Saudi Arabia transit through Baku. These books he had not purchased, and took them for free bazaars in Mecca (literature on religious themes in huge quantities is the location of the pilgrims). Took them exclusively for their own self-education», — explained in the message.

Customs notes that in relation to men instituted administrative proceedings on the Declaration and the import into the territory of the EEU banned for this product.