Muslim Terrorists Kill 37 in Moscow

More from the ‘peaceful religion of Islam’:

Two female homicide bombers blew themselves up on Moscow’s subway system as it was jam-packed with rush-hour passengers Monday, killing at least 37 people and wounding 102, officials said.

The head of Russia’s main security agency said preliminary investigation places the blame on rebels from the restive Caucasus region that includes Chechnya, where separatists have fought Russian forces since the mid-1990s.

The first explosion took place just before 8 a.m. at the Lubyanka station in central Moscow. The station is underneath the building that houses the main offices of the Federal Security Service, or FSB, the KGB’s main successor agency.

A second explosion hit the Park Kultury station about 45 minutes later.

Emergency Minister Sergei Shoigu said the toll was 37 killed and 102 injured, but he did not give a breakdown of casualties at each station, according to Russian news agencies.

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3 thoughts on “Muslim Terrorists Kill 37 in Moscow”

  1. butt neckid

    where’s sean connery when you need ’em…
    one of ours to the hospital 100 of them to the morgue….

  2. butt neckid


    french-wimpy wimps
    russians-standby for lotsa bloody streets….

    the stinkin’ muslims picked the wrong folks…
    the russians don’t give a crap what the world thinks,
    and most gubmints are afraid of them damn ruskies……

    1. Butt Neckid,

      I still hate the Russians, but ya gotta hand it to the bastards, they knew how to handle a terrorist situation:

      In October 1985, Alfa (Spetznaz Group) was dispatched to Beirut, Lebanon, when four Soviet diplomats had been taken hostage by militant Sunni Muslims. By the time Alfa was onsite, one of the hostages had already been killed. The perpetrators and their relatives were identified by supporting KGB operatives, and the latter were taken hostage. Following the standard policy of ‘no negotiation’, Alfa proceeded to sever some of their hostages’ body parts and sent them to the perpetrators with a warning that more would follow if the Russian hostages were not released immediately. The tactic was a success and no other Russian national was taken hostage in the Middle East for the next 20 years, until the 2006 abduction of Russian diplomats in Iraq.
      Barry Davies, (2005). The Spycraft Manual: the insider’s guide to espionage techniques. p.108

      And we have sissy britches in this country who piss and moan over our life-saving interrogation techniques.

      SFC MAC

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