Thursday, December 4, 2014

Saudi Arabia's export to Chechen Muslims working marvellously

More than a decade has gone by since people in the know about Saudi Arabia's vile influence around the world were warning about the most barbaric pages of islam .... wahhabism, which is Saudi Arabia's main export after oil. Saudi Arabia has been exporting this virus to the Muslims in Chechnya just like it has been doing elsewhere wherever there are Muslims living side by side with people of other creeds. Russians were the first to warn the West of that influence plaguing their side of the world but as the West is in bed with Saudi Arabia, the Russians were probably told to STFU.

We here in the West have a whole lot to lose and what it boils down to is the fact that our powers-that-be  do  not have the intelligence to recognize the real enemy.  While they focus on Putin and Russia as a threat to the West,  the real enemy has been deviously making its move under that cover.  **sigh**

Another vid here.

Tom Parfitt writing at TelegraphUK:
A group of Islamist gunmen  clashed with police in the centre of the Chechen capital of Grozny in southern Russia on Friday, leaving at least ten officers and eight militants dead according to reports from the scene.
The battle came after the group attacked a traffic police checkpoint and then holed up in buildings in the centre of the city, according to local security officials.
The fighting – the most serious seen in Grozny for years – took place overnight and into Thursday morning as Vladimir Putin, Russia’s president, prepared to give his annual address to parliament in Moscow.
A low-level Islamist insurgency has continued in Chechnya since two wars for independence in the 1990s and early 2000s. Militants launch occasional attacks on police and security forces, although the republic is calmer than neighbouring Ingushetia and Dagestan.
Ramzan Kadyrov, the Kremlin-appointed head of Chechnya, said that six “bandits” had been destroyed, dying “a dog’s death” in the Press House in the centre of the city, a multi-storey building housing media offices and businesses.....

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