Conor McGregor Reacts To Reports Of Khabib’s Martial Arts School Raided: ‘I Was Right’ | VIDEO

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After videos emerged showing a raid at Russian MMA star Khabib Nurmagomedov’s martial arts school in Makhachkala, Russia, fellow MMA fighter Conor McGregor reacted to it on X.

Conor McGregor Reacts To Reports
Of Khabib's Martial Arts School
Raided: 'I Was Right' | VIDEO  MMA

After videos emerged showing a raid at Russian MMA star Khabib Nurmagomedov’s martial arts school in Makhachkala, Russia, fellow MMA fighter Conor Mcgregor reacted to it on X. According to unverified reports on social media, Nurmagomedov’s gym was raided as part of the coordinated attacks in the Russian cities of Derbent and Makhachkala on June 23, 2024

“#ConorWasRight,” McGregor wrote resharing a security footage of the alleged raid.

Note: Times Now could not verify the authenticity of the video.

According to CNN, gunmen killed police officers, a priest and places of worship. According to local media reports, two synagogues and two Eastern Orthodox churches were attacked. Associated Press reported that a total of five attackers were involved in the attack which resulted in the death of several people, including the attackers and 16 police officers.

The Kele-Numaz Synagogue in Derbent was nearly completely destroyed by fire as a result of the attacks. Russian authorities have designated the attack as an act of terrorism.

Five perpetrators were identified, including one son and two nephews of Magomed Omarov, the head of Dagestan’s Sergokalinsky District. Omarov later submitted his resignation and was detained for questioning.

The government of Dagestan declared a three-day national mourning period from June 24 to 26 for those killed in the attacks. The Islamic State Khorasan (ISIS-K) praised the attacks, but no one has officially claimed responsibility.

UN experts on June 27 condemned the terrorist attacks in a statement and extended solidarity and sympathies with the victims.

“Only three months after the terrorist attack in Moscow, which claimed the lives of 145 people, today we extend our deepest sympathies and solidarity to the victims and their families of yet another terrorist attack in Russia,” the statement read.

“Such violence destroys human rights, including the right to life and the right to personal security. Attacks on Christian and Jewish places of worship annihilate the right to freedom of religion and belief and create a fear among Russia’s people of further attacks,”