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Russia’s Muslim Terrorist Attacks: Different People, Same Religion

Cherson and Molschky 6 January 2014
By Rachel Molschky

As Russia prepares to host the Winter Olympics, Muslim terrorism has rocked the city of Volgograd, 400 miles North of where the games will be in February. In the span of just

 

Moscow Patriarchate: ‘if we ignore Islam, it can very easily bury us in five or seven years’

Creeping Sharia 6 January 2014

Of course he was referring to "radical Islam”. Easily distinguishable by the Radical Koran. via Moscow Patriarchate: Russia must do more to combat radical Islam Amid

 

Video: Chechen Terror Chief to Target British Athletes & Spectators at Sochi Olympic Games

The Gateway Pundit 6 January 2014
By Jim Hoft

In July 2013 Chechen Islamist militant leader Doku Umarov urged his followers to prevent the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia – according to a video posted online.

 

Terror chief dubbed Russia's Osama Bin Laden 'will target Britons at Olympics'

Daily Mail 6 January 2014
By Robert Verkaik

Athletes and spectators from Britain will be the target of ‘Russia’s Osama Bin Laden’ at next month’s Winter Olympics, a secret intelligence report warns. The document,

 

Video: Vladimir Putin vows 'total annihilation' of terrorists after Volgograd bombings

Telegraph.co.uk 6 January 2014
By Roland Oliphant

Vladimir Putin has vowed to pursue terrorists to their "total annihilation”, in his first public comments since the Volgograd suicide bombings.

 

U.S. Support for Brotherhood Drives Arab World to Russia

The Clarion Project 19 December 2013
By Ryan Mauro

U.S. support for the Muslim Brotherhood and the nuclear deal with Iran is propelling the Arab world into the arms of Russia. The Egyptian government, formerly a U.S. ally,

 

New Video Shows Purported 'Honor Beating' Of Kyrgyz Migrant Woman

Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty 19 December 2013
By Charles Recknagel

Honor beatings are not a term usually associated with Internet videos. But the genre continues to creep onto the web with clips purportedly showing Kyrgyz migrant women in

 

Iranian FM: U.S. Limits on Nuke Program 'Nonsense'

The Clarion Project 10 December 2013
By Reza Kahlili

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called America’s assertions about the interim nuclear agreement reached recently in Geneva "nonsense” and said the Islamic

 

Director of Federal Criminal Police Office warns of "Eurasian-Russian" gangs active in Germany

Islam versus Europe 9 December 2013
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

At the Interior Minister conference in Osnabrück, the president of the Bundeskriminalamt (BKA) [Federal Criminal Police Office], Jörg Ziercke, has warned of the organised

 

First Moscow bans new mosque construction, now the tiny Russian enclave of Kaliningrad does, too

Bare Naked Islam 5 December 2013

The Central District Court has halted construction of the mosque on two land lots in the Southern Park of Kaliningrad, after the Museum of Fridlanskiye Vorota filed a lawsuit

 

Palestinians: We Want a Geneva Accord against Israel

Gatestone Institute 3 December 2013
Khaled Abu Toameh

The Geneva agreement between Iran and the six big powers appears to have had a negative impact on the current US-sponsored Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. The Palestinians

 

How Soviet Influence Works: Denmark

Diana West 2 December 2013
By Diana West

A fascinating account from October 28, 2013 of a libel trial in Denmark by Dispatch International editor Lars Hedegaard: Danish Journalist Jorgen Dragsdahl was a KGB

 

Experts urge all-out struggle against radical Islam in Russia

Russia & India Report 2 December 2013
By Lyudmila Alexandrova, Itar-Tass

The detention of militant Islamists in Moscow last week has dealt a hard blow on terrorism, but experts believe tougher fight against militant religious groups is an urgent

 

North Caucasians head for Europe by train

Deutsche Welle 26 November 2013

More and more people are fleeing Russia's North Caucasus region for the EU, in search of freedom and prosperity. Their route takes them through Belarus - and the border town of

 

Russian police arrest shadow bankers funding Hizb ut-Tahrir

The Voice of Russia 26 November 2013

Russian police have arrested, in a large-scale operation, six chiefs of a criminal ethnic community that were engaged in illegal banking transactions, with a capital turnover

 

Book essay: Down the Rabbit Hole, Again

EuropeNews • 15 November 2013
By Henrik Ræder Clausen

Every once in a while, something happens that turns a whole structure of preconceived ideas upside down, shattering tales and narratives long taken for granted, destroying prejudice, clearing space for new understanding to grow. Diana West's latest book, American Betrayal, is such an event.

 

Four men jailed over Moscow airport bombing

swissinfo.ch 13 November 2013
By Timothy Heritage

MOSCOW - A Russian court jailed three men for life and one for 10 years on Monday over their role in a suicide bombing which killed 37 people at Moscow's Domodedovo

 

Sharia law can't replace laws in Russian regions - State Duma

Islamist Watch 8 November 2013

Sharia law should not replace laws in specific Russian territories, Vladimir Pligin, chairman of the State Duma committee on constitutional legislation and state development,

 

Video: ‘TODAY A MOSQUE, TOMORROW JIHAD’ was the favored slogan of thousands of Russian patriots marching in anti-Muslim ‘pride’

Bare Naked Islam 8 November 2013

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.

 

No Place For Sharia Law In Russia – Senior MP

kafircrusaders 7 November 2013

Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Construction Vladimir Pligin speaks at a plenary meeting of the lower house of the Russian

 
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