This is a great article written yesterday before Dzhokhar was apprehended and it's something you won't hear many people talking about, especially in the media: By Theodore Shoebat
While much of these are still Christian, substantial parts are Muslim, such as Albania, Chechnya, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dagestan, and Azerbaijan. While the persons in question are Chechen, it must be comprehended that this is not the first time we have experienced jihad from people of these regions.
In 2007, a young Bosnian Muslim named Sulejman Talovic–within six minutes–shot nine people in the Trolley Square mall in Salt Lake City, killing five people and seriously injuring four others, before being shot dead by officers.
As he was opening fire on victims, he shouted Allah is great, and the night before the massacre he told his girlfriend that “Something is going to happen tomorrow that you’ll never be able to forgive me about”, and that this day will be “the happiest day of his life and that it could only happen once in a lifetime.”
Before he came to America, Talovic is said to have seen a vision of a white horse “with two beautiful eyes”, symbolism which is most definitely Islamic related.
Muslims from the Balkans and the Caucasus are some of the most zealous and violent followers of Islam. After the Ottomans conquered them, they were the most loyal warriors for the cause of the Caliphate. They are bigger in stature, and tend to have more inclinations to brutality than their follow Muslims in the Middle East.
The Chechen jihad is amongst the most momentous of the Islamic world, and in the Syrian revolution a good amount of Chechens are fighting against the Assad regimen. One journalist gives this description of the austerity and reclusiveness of the Chechen jihadists in Syria:
The Chechens were older, taller, stronger and wore hiking boots and combat trousers. They carried their weapons with confidence and distanced themselves from the rest, moving around in a tight-knit unit-within-a-unit.
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday the country’s interpretation of the Constitution will “have to change” to allow for greater security to stave off future attacks.
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