Video: ‘TODAY A MOSQUE, TOMORROW JIHAD’ was the favored slogan of thousands of Russian patriots marching in anti-Muslim ‘pride’
Russian nationalists marched in Moscow for Russian Unity Day, an annual event that has turned into a large demonstration of anger against the presence of Muslim migrants that has previously escalated into violence.
FrontPage Magazine 31 October 2013
By Daniel Greenfield
Naida Asiyalova converted to Islam and married explosives expert Dmitry Sokolov. Then she did this:
Russian Muslims celebrate Eid al Adha festival. In Moscow, traffic has been partially blocked on several streets especially for the holiday. Moscow police have been set on high alert to prevent any conflicts that could occur between Orthodox and Muslim believers in light of recent events in Moscow's Biryulyovo.