List of jihad clashes in the North Caucasus in 2012

For those who claim Russia and Putin really know how to handle the jihadists. Sixty plus jihad attacks in the region in 2012 alone.

via List of clashes in the North Caucasus in 2012 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


  • January 8 – Two militants and two soldiers were killed and another five soldiers were wounded in clashes in Chechnya. [1]
  • January 9 – Four soldiers and four militants have been killed and sixteen servicemen were wounded in a shootout in Chechnya. [2]
  • January 13 – Two policemen wounded in Dagestan. [3]
  • January 27 – Three militants killed in Ingushetia [4]


  • February 11 – Four militants and one security forces killed and another security forces wounded in Dagestan. [5]
  • February 15 – Four servicemen have been killed in a shootout with militants in Chechnya. [6]
  • February 27 – The bodies of five hunters were discovered in a forest in Dagestan [7]


  • March 2 – Two militants killed in Dagestan and a police officer and a passer-by were killed in Makhachkala. [8]
  • March 3 – Two militants killed in Ingushetia [9]
  • March 4 – Three policemen and a gunman died during an attack on a polling station in Dagestan on Sunday. [10]
  • March 6 – A suicide bomber in Dagestan detonated a bomb near a police station killing at least four police. [11]
  • March 12 – Six militants were killed in Kabardino-Balkaria. [12]
  • March 16 – Three militants killed by police in Kabardino-Balkaria [13]
  • March 18 – One security officer was killed and another two injured and two militants killed in Dagestan. [14]
  • March 30 – One policeman was killed and another injured when unidentified assailants opened fire on a police guard detail in Makhachkala, the capital of Dagestan, a woman passerby was also killed and a man injured and taken to hospital. [15]
  • March 30 – An FSB officer died in hospital on Friday after being injured when a bomb went off in his car in Nazran, capital of the Ingushetia. [16]
  • March 30 – A member of the security services and his wife were hospitalized after a bomb went off in a car in Nazran, the capital of Ingushetia. [17]


  • April 5 – Four police officers were injured on Thursday in a roadside bomb detonated in the city of Malgobek in Ingushetia. [18]
  • April 8 – A suspected militant was killed in a security operation in Dagestan. [19]
  • April 19 – Three suspected militants were killed in Dagestan. [20]
  • April 23 – At least 11 militants killed in Dagestan, Chechnya [21]
  • April 25 – Three militants were killed on Tuesday night in Khasavyurt, a city in Dagestan. [22]
  • April 28 – Two policemen were killed and one injured when a police car was blown up on Saturday just outside the town of Malgobek in Ingushetia. [23]


  • May 6 – A new blast hit the capital of Dagestan on Sunday, injuring one person. [24]
  • May 11 – Three Islamist insurgents, including a man tasked with delivering judgment according to sharia law, were killed by law enforcement officers in Kizlyar forest in Dagestan on Friday. [25]
  • May 12 – Six insurgents killed in Dagestan. [26]
  • May 14 – Militant leader killed in Dagestan. [27]
  • May 20 – Police killed two suspected militants in a security operation in Dagestan. [28]
  • May 24 – Soldier killed by explosive device in Ingushetia. [29]
  • May 30 – Dagestan deputy sports minister Nasyr Gadzhikhanov was killed when his car was attacked by gunmen in Makhachkala. [30]


  • June 1 – A traffic police officer was killed in Dagestan on Friday [31]
  • June 1 – Two law enforcement officers were killed in Kabardino-Balkaria on Friday. [32]
  • June 8 – Six militants killed in Dagestan. [33]
  • June 10 – Three militants have been killed in Kabardino-Balkaria. [34]
  • June 10 – Five police officers and a 19-year-old civilian were injured late on Saturday by a grenade blast in Ingushetia. [35]
  • June 16 – Two militants suspected of planning assassination of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov were killed on Friday night in Grozny. [36]
  • June 21 – Four security officers were injured when unknown gunmen attacked their car in Dagestan. [37]
  • June 27 – Two militant warlords killed and a policeman was killed and two others wounded in Dagestan. [38]


  • July 1 – Unknown gunmen shot dead a police officer in Dagestan. [39]
  • July 3 – A militant leader was killed on Tuesday in Kabardino-Balkaria. [40]
  • July 14 – Seven gunmen and a member of the security forces died in an anti-terrorist operation in Dagestan on Saturday. [41]
  • July 21 – Unidentified assailants on Saturday opened fire against a military convoy in Ingushetia, killing at least two servicemen. [42]
  • July 27 – Six militants and a female suicide bomber were killed on Friday in Dagestan in a firefight with security forces. [43]
  • July 28 – Two police officers were injured on Saturday when a roadside bomb exploded near their vehicle in Ingushetia. [44]
  • July 28 – A police patrolman was shot dead late on Friday in a remote village in Dagestan. [45]


  • August 1 – Two police officers were injured on Wednesday afternoon in a bomb blast in Derbent, Dagestan. [46]
  • August 5 – One militant killed and police officer was killed and another one was injured during an anti-militant raid in the capital of Dagestan. [47]
  • August 6 – Two police officers were killed and one injured when their car came under fire in Dagestan. [48]
  • August 6 – Four people were confirmed dead and three others injured in an apparent suicide blast on August 6 in the Chechen capital of Grozny. [49]
  • August 9 – At least five police officers and three militants were killed on Thursday in a shootout in Dagestant. [50]
  • August 14 – Two traffic police were killed in a shooting in Dagestan on Tuesday. [51]
  • August 18 – Eight people were injured during an attack on believers in a Dagestani mosque on the eve of the Muslim holiday of Eid ul-Fitr, medics said on Saturday. [52]
  • August 19 – At least 7 or eight people were killed and 15 injured after a suicide bomber blew himself up at a policeman funeral in Ingushetia. [53] [54]
  • August 24 – A serviceman was killed and another injured in an attack on a military convoy in Dagestan on Friday. [55]
  • August 25 – Two militants have been killed by Russian security forces in Dagestan. [56]
  • August 28 – A serviceman in the Dagestan settlement of Belidzhi on Tuesday went on shooting spree and killed seven of his fellow soldiers. [57]
  • August 28 – A spiritual leader of Dagestan Muslims, Sheikh Said Afandi, and five other people were killed in a blast carried out by a female suicide bomber in the Dagestan settlement of Chirkey. [58]
  • August 28 – Three militants have been killed and several have been detained on Tuesday in a large-scale security operation in the town of Malgobek in Ingushetia. [59]


  • September 2 – Two alleged Islamist insurgents attacked police during a document check in Dagestan on Sunday, but were killed by return fire. [60]
  • September 5 – Six police officers were killed and several more were injured when a group of unidentified assailants fired on a motor convoy in Ingushetia on Wednesday. [61]
  • September 6 – One police officer was killed when a bomb planted under his car detonated on Thursday in the Chechen capital of Grozny. [62]
  • September 13 – One police officer was killed and two others were injured in an attack in Dagestan on Thursday. [63]
  • September 15 – Five Islamic insurgents and one police were killed in Dagestan in a skirmish with security forces on Saturday. [64]
  • September 19 – Five militants were killed late on Tuesday during a counter-terrorism operation in Ingushetia. [65]
  • September 20 – At least four militants and two police were killed on Thursday during a special police operation in Chechnya, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said. [66]


  • October 16 – Two gunmen shelling military patrol killed in Dagestan. [67]
  • October 18 – Traffic police officer shot dead in Magas, Ingushetia. [68]

3 thoughts on “List of jihad clashes in the North Caucasus in 2012

  1. “SAD!” Isn’t it? How clearly this Islamic cult spreads it’s influence throughout the world and the United Nations is doing NOTHING to prohibit it! How the people of the United States and most other countries are NOT crying out about ALL the atrocities!

    Then again, perhaps “we” are..BUT, the “media” does NOT report it and instead “looks-the-other-way.”

    It’s “as-if” Satan HAS been left loose to rule the world at this time.

    • Bobby, in many ways the media is just as bad; that may sound harsh, but they, and they alone, have the power to get the message to the people and they don’t, or won’t. Of course, to be fair, if they did that in America right now, we all know it would run contrary to the wishes of the corrupt obama gang–who stop at absolutely NOTHING.

  2. the 9/11 2001 attack on the twin towers made a huge splash in the media. these “smaller” attacks do not rate the attention of the media. these insistant, numerous, ongoing sieges, are more effective, b/c people, if they are aware of them, don’t think of them as devastating…not as the 9/11 attack was. they keep chipping away at us & very soon they will have control over us.

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