Because of #Jewish #religious_books - U.S. court went to #Russia final ultimatum
In a statement issued by the Russian Foreign Ministry said Russia expresses its protest about the decision by the Inter-American Court on so-called " group wrote Hnaerson ." Where resolution obliges Russia to pay for the " Chabad " Jewish religious in the United States 50 thousand dollars a day .
A group of books a controversial "4425 religiously books" kept in the ancient Russian State Library in Moscow, and anyone can visit the library and ask that group of books to read. But Russia's according to the U.S. Court should be given to the Jewish organization that group of religious books, and pay a fine of 50 thousand dollars a day after refusing to implement the court's decision.
The Russian Foreign Ministry responded harshly to the decision, calling it imposes sanctions on a sovereign country, which is a flagrant violation of international law.
Special Commissioner of the Russian President for Cultural Cooperation "Mikhail Shvydkoi" announced that the decision of the U.S. Court requires the arrest of Russian stocks in the United States in order to implement the court's decision. In this case, Russia will be forced to take action reply about the American property in Russia.
It is noteworthy that a group of religious books is books and documents compiled by "henderson family" in the province of Smolensk Russian, and handed over the family of those sanctuaries in the years of World War I to the reservation in Moscow. In 1918 the library was nationalized, while henderson left the Russian territory and emigrated to America.
In the late eighties of the last century, Hasidic Judaism demanding to the return of the library .. even they had trying to seize by force, and the trial began in this regard in Russia and ended up in America.
According to the Russian Foreign Ministry that the decisions of the U.S court in this regard provoked protest even in the U.S Department of Justice and forced the Russian museums large to refrain from establishing any shows in America, adding that the new decision may lead to cessation of cooperation between the museums of both countries and cultural cooperation in general.