Monday, January 24, 2011

More Islamic "Peace"?

Explosion Kills at Least 35, Injures 130 at Moscow's Busiest Airport

An explosion ripped through the international arrivals hall at Moscow's busiest airport on Monday, killing at least 35 people and wounding about 130, an airport spokesman said.

Russian news agencies reported the explosion was caused by a suicide bomber and that the device was packed with shrapnel.

"From the preliminary information we have it was a terror attack," President Dmitry Medvedev told officials.
Though careful not to use the words "Islamic" or "Muslim" (mustn't upset them or offend their delicate sensibilities), they do mention "Chechen militants" which are, in fact, Muslim Terrorists:
Although there have been repeated attacks on the Moscow subway and on Russian trains -- most blamed on Chechen militants -- the bombing Monday was the first involving a Russian airport since 2004.
Yes, the attacks were just "blamed on them". After all, a "suicide" bomber could be practically anyone, couldn't it?

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