The Anabechen–Xussman conflict (Xussman language: Конфликт в Анабечене-Сюссмане) or "Anabechen Troubles" was a near decade long armed conflict between the Grand Xussman Empire and the Islamic separatist state of Anabechnya. The conflict between these two entities was the first internal conflict in Xusma in the past 350 years since the coup in 1654. The results of the First Anabechen War and the Second Anabechen War left the battlefield in ruins and the citizens of Xusma in fear. Nearly 39,000 people, both Xussman and Anabechens died during the conflicts, with around 4,000 total civilian casualties. Since the conflicts end in March of 2001, Xusma has maintained a strong hold on the terrorist's former area of operations, the city of Budyodedovo. Budyodedovo layed in ruins during the conflicts but was reconstructed nearly a month after and has been formed into a "Military City" being the home of 5 Xussman Military bases.
Siege of Budyodedovo
In 1991 news headlines all across the empire reported a large take over in the city of Budyodedovo, Kyrovsk Oblast with a group of over 4,000 Anabechen insurgents and was successful in driving out all law enforcement within city limits. On November 19, 1991, Xusma led the Siege of Budyodedovo which lasted nearly 4 weeks and resulted in a ceasefire and Xussman retreat. The battle in Budyodedovo was Anabechnya's first victory which led to moral downfall in Xussman citizens.
First Anabechen War
After the bitter loss in the Siege of Budyodedovo, Xusma launched another invasion into the small separatist state. The declaration of the First Anabechen War would last nearly 2 and a half years ending in July of 1994 when Xusma retreated again giving Anabechnya de-facto independence. While Anabechnya won the war against Xusma, the city of Budyodedovo lied in ruins, completely destroyed during the battle. Anabechnya demanded for recognition and sovereignty in the Terraconserva Council of Nations but was denied as many countries recognized Anabechnya under Xussman control.
Second Anabechen War
Skirmishes and mass terrorism against Xusma continued for the next 6 years. With Anabechnya's failure to create a functioning legitimate government, the separatist state was left in anarchy. Xusma saw this opportunity to launch another full scale invasion against Anabechnya with the full support of the citizens of Xusma. The Second Anabechen War lasted over 9 months resulting in the dissolution of Anabechnya.
Nevikhna Hospital Hostage Crisis
A week following the declaration of the Second Anabechen War, the Islamic state launched an hostage offensive in Nevikhna, Slavny Oblast. The Nevikhna hospital hostage crisis was one of three terrorist offensives outside of Anabechnya that was launched in hopes to remove Xussman Forces from the state. The crisis lasted one week exactly and led to the unfortunate deaths of 9 Xussman citizens, 4 being children. The Anabechen insurgents were killed after Xusma authorized a raid on the hospital.
2001 Project Bombings
The 2001 project bombings was the second terrorist offensive launched against Xusma in Eliski, Ussurizyl Krai. The destruction of six apartment complexes was responsible by Anabechen suicide bombers which resulted in the deaths of 452 Xussman citizens and over 1,000 were injured.
Nevidimir Theatre Hostage Crisis
Anabechnya's final terrorist offensive was located in Xusma's capital of Nevidimir in the Mosin Theatre. Xusma and it's citizens were shocked when they heard of the hostage situation in the empire's capital. Nearly 1,000 citizens were inside and only 89 died during the situation. Xusma was able to successfully kill most of the Anabechen terrorists and arresting what was left. Following the incident, Mikhail Gryaznov ordered the creation of a memorial for those who died in the theatre during the event. The Tsar also ordered for more governmental funding in the empire's national security, to better protect Xusma and it's citizens in case of any future attacks.
After the end of the Second Anabechen War, the Islamic state of Anabechnya was dissolved and once again reunited under Imperial rule. The ruins of Budyodedovo were swept away and reconstruction of the fallen city was ordered by Mikhail Gryaznov as well as the establishment of several military bases. The city was classified as a "Military City". While small terrorist attacks from the broken Anabechnya Republic still continue present day, they are not as significant as they were in the past. Crime in Budyodedovo has gone down 86% thanks to the Xussman Forces that are still stationed there.