Pada umumnya pemimpin2 Ulama21 Islam Fundamentalis dari Al Qaida,taliban Hamas, 
Chechen, Moro, Khasmir,JI, membunuh orang2 Civil hanya untuk tujuan emankut 
nakut kan saja, bukan untuk ==MENANG==

Oleh karena itu perjuangan mereka tidak mendapat=PERTOLONGAN DARI ALLAH== tapi 
membawa penderitaan yang besar kpd umat Islam.
Strategis SETAN....

Perhatikan pemimpin CHenCHEN yang membunuh orang2 Civil2 di Rusia,
yang terbunuh lebih kurang 39 orang...

Kalau Rusia membalas serangan, pasti akan membawa korban yang leib banyak kpd 
rakyat Chen Chen...nantinya.

Ikutilah perjuangan Rasul, Ghandi, MLking dll dgn perjuangan DAMAI,insya ALLAH 
ALLAH akan memberikan kemenangan mereka.


Chechen rebel claims Moscow attacks
Russian officials have blamed Muslim fighters from the North Caucasus for the 
Moscow attacks [Reuters]

Doku Umarov, a Chechen separatist leader, has claimed responsibility for the 
suicide bombings in the Moscow metro that killed at least 39 people on Monday, 
according to a video posted on an unofficial rebel website.

Umarov, who styles himself as the "Emir of the Caucasus Emirate", said in the 
video, posted on on Wednesday, that he had personally 
ordered the attacks and that they would continue.

In February, Umarov claimed responsibility for the bombing of a passenger train 
travelling between Moscow and St Petersburg in November, warning that "the war 
is coming to their cities" and that "the zone of military operations will be 
extended to the territory of Russia".

Russian officials have blamed Muslim separatist fighters from the North 
Caucasus for the Moscow attacks, the deadliest in Russia's capital for six 

Neave Barker, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Moscow, said: "Doku Umarov is 
perhaps the most high profile on the Kremlin's wanted list, the most high 
profile of people calling themselves warlords operating out of the troubled 
region as a whole.

"He is believed to have led the siege at Beslan in 2004, he's also wanted for a 
string of other attacks as well."

More blasts

In Wednesday's statement, Umarov said the blasts in Moscow were an act of 
revenge for the killing of civilians by Russia's security forces.
in depth

        North Caucasus: A history of violence
        Timeline: Attacks in Russia
        Chechen exile sees violent response
        Russia accuses Chechen female group
        Dagestan's struggle for peace
        Inside Story: Behind the Moscow bombings
        People and Power: Ingushetia- A second Chechnya?

He said: "I promise you that the war will come to your streets and you will 
feel it in your lives, feel it on your own skin."

Speaking to Al Jazeera, Shamsuddin Botokayov, a representative of the "Caucasus 
Emirate", said: "Our emir confirms this operation and it was because of what 
the Russians did last month and killed innocent people.

"The Russians do the same operation in Chechnya, the people in Russia only 
watch these operations on TV and do nothing about it. But we live it as a 
reality in Chechnya.

"That's why we want to take the war to the streets and homes of Russia so their 
people can taste what our people is going through.

"Our emir says he want the Russian people to wake up and to tell Putin and his 
government to leave the Caucasus and go back home.

"The emir says that this attack will not be the last, the coming will even be 

Dagestan blasts

Earlier on Wednesday, at least 12 people were killed and another 18 injured in 
two bomb blasts in the North Caucasus region.

The first blast occurred in the town of Kizlyar in the southern province of 
Dagestan on Wednesday morning, when a car bomb near a school was detonated, 
killing two police officers. 

Rashid Nurgaliyev, Russia's interior minister, said the bomb went off as police 
tried to stop the suspicious-looking car.
At least 12 people were killed in two bomb blasts in Dagestan [Reuters] 

He said as police and residents gathered at the scene of the blast a suicide 
bomber, wearing a police uniform, approached and detonated a set of explosives.

A high proportion of those killed were policemen, authorities said, including 
the town's police chief.

Barker said there are fears that the bombings in Moscow and Dagestan are 
pointing to an escalation in violence in Russia.

"The parallels are quite striking between the attacks in Dagestan and Moscow," 
he said.

"This morning the federal security service said the two female suicide bombers 
that blew themselves up in Moscow may have been acting as part of a group of up 
to 30 more suicide bombers.

"The security service believes they could have been recruited and trained by a 
man called Said Buryatskiy, or Alexander Tikhomirov, who was a well-known 
Chechen warlord.

"He was killed in a special operation by Russian forces at the beginning of 

"Officials have said that both of these attacks may be a revenge for the 
killing of one of their principal commanders in the field."

'More violations'

The North Caucasus has been the site of two wars in Chechnya and hundreds of 
violent attacks since the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union.

Violence has spread from Chechnya to the neighbouring regions of Dagestan and 

Speaking to Al Jazeera, Magomed Mutsolgov, a human rights worker in Ingushetia, 
said: "There will be some tighter security here, more police checks, even rough 
violent checks, not just because of what happened in Dagestan but also in 

"And across all the north Caucusus there will be more raids, and lots of checks 
of suspicious people.

"There will be various lists – relatives of people who died, relatives of 
militia, relatives of victims.

"I'm sure there will be more violations, persecutions and discomfort for 
people. To put it mildly. I don't doubt this will happen".

Vladimir Putin, Russia's prime minister who led Moscow into a war against 
Chechen separatists in 1999, said on Tuesday that those behind the Moscow 
bombings must be scraped "from the bottom of the sewers" and exposed.

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