Volga Tatars (Tatarstan and the historical reg...

Volga Tatars (Tatarstan and the historical region of Idel-Ural; Ryazan Oblast, Tambov Oblast, Astrakhan Oblast Kazakistan and Central Asia) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

An anti-terrorist operation in a residential district of Kazan, the capital of Tatarstan, has just been completed. Three terrorists have been killed as a result. Unfortunately, two FSB officers have also been killed in the sting, but no civilians have been harmed. It is also reported that the body of one of the dead criminals had a device resembling a “suicide bomber’s belt.” Explosives experts are currently examining the device.

According to the Investigative Committee, the special operation in Tatarstan became possible after the whereabouts of the suspects in a prior terrorist act became known. The terrotists killed in Kazan were behind the attempt to kill the mufti of the Spiritual Board of Muslims of Tatarstan, and the killing of his deputy. When the republican FSB special forces attempted to detain the suspects, the terrorists resisted and detonated an explosive device, presumably a grenade. As a result the authorities have made the decision to launch an assault on the terrorsits’ apartment, located on the first floor of a building in Khimikov street in Kazan. All of the terrorists were destroyed.

We have already written that the terrorist underground is rapidly spreading through the Volga regions. We also wrote that the government is not always able to promptly and accurately respond to rather obvious signals of this movement. However, today’s special operation has demonstrated that intelligence services are carrying out investigative work ahead of the curve, because the “suicide bomber’s belt” found on the body of one of the terrorists was obviously assembled with ill intent.

We should note that very recently the Tatar mujahideen have posted a new message on the web, where the so-called forest brothers were urging their compatriots to join the armed jihad:

“Al-hamdu-Llyah, we, the Mujahideen, have taken this path to fight against the enemies of Islam. And these hypocrites who call themselves “traditional muslims” are the worst of creatures. They lay slander on Allah with their mouths, they are trying to distort the words of Allah,” the statement says. “And there is no such religion as “traditional Islam“, “moderate Islam” or “secular Islam.” It’s not even a sect or a derivative religious movement, it is pure deception and lies. The enemies of Islam have introduced heresy into the religion of Allah, and called it “traditional” to lead others astray from the true path of Allah … And those who do not follow them are labeled Wahhabis, and the Kafirs legitimize their persecution and murder …

They urge to obey the Kafirs, to obey their laws, to serve in their army … to celebrate holidays of the so-called Christians. They call Kafirs their leaders and call for obeisance to them …

When we learned that Faizov survived, we were a little upset. However, Al-hamdu-Llyah,  Allah has revealed to us how he eliminates his enemies. And we have seen how the key Kafir Putin arrives in Kazan and gives a medal to his faithful dog, who was ready to kneel and kiss the hands of his master.”

Around the same time Al Jazeera aired the message of a popular Islamic scholar Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who criticized Russia for its support of Syria:

“Brothers, Moscow these days has turned into an enemy of Islam and Muslims. It has evolved into the biggest enemy of Islam and Muslims, because it is opposed to the Syrian people. Arab and Islamic world must stand united against Russia. We should boycott Russia – our enemy number one.”

All these facts fit neatly into the theory of internationalization of radical Islam and the opening of a new war front against Russia.


UPDATE: According to the FSB, the destroyed terrorists have been identified. Among them were members of the Mingaliev gang, along with their leader, Rais Mingaliev, who was on the federal and international wanted lists. It is suspected that the gang is behind many of the assassinations of spiritual leaders in Tatarstan. Mingaliev has previously called himself on video the Emir of the Mujahideen of Tatarstan, and took responsibility for the attacks. The police have later said that the terrorist apartment has been on watch for a long time. While trying to arrest the terrorists, one of them detonated an explosive device, injuring two officers of the FSB (one later died). The others were detained as a result of the assault. According to the FSB the terrorists were preparing a series of attacks against civilians during the upcoming holiday of Eid al-Adha.

Today’s special edition will focus on the following topics:

* New events leading up to Ghadaffi’s death

* Who really murdered Ghadaffi, and why? Is he really dead?

* How is this connected to the murder of Ambassador Stevens?…

* … and the upcoming US presidential elections?




PS. The reason there are so few links in this post is because there is no one else reporting on Ghadaffi’s murder. Corporate media cover up? You decide.


Caught :( - 326/365

Caught😦 – 326/365 (Photo credit: tranchis)


Hey everybody! Its been a while since this blog has been updated, and we appreciate your patience. Our English-speaking “voice” was decommissioned due to the regular autumn bug. Thanks for all the get well wishes🙂




The weekly video review #47, due last week, will be posted shortly, to be followed by #48 which has just been released in Russian. Stay tuned!




Some of the topics covered in the video:

– Protests in Libya

– French publish cartoon of Mohammed but ban nude pics of Kate Middleton: freedom of speech?

– Interview with El-Murid and the forces behind the “Innocence of Islam” provocation

– Tortured prisoners in Georgia: Russia’s Putin as the uber scapegoat?



Twitter Hacked!

Posted: September 19, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Hey all, just wanted to advise our twitter account @RedivisionWorld was hacked and someone started sending out silly Starbucks ads. Hmmm…. rising popularity, or just some random hack job??

starbucks mug

In any case please note we are not responsible for the mess and we apologize for any inconvenience caused by this. Likewise, we do not approve or recommend you to visit any of the links that may have been sent to you, chances are they are linked to spoof or phishing sites out to violate your own internet security. Also, its a good reminder to keep your passwords strong and change them regularly! We have since changed our passwords everywhere, hopefully this will keep future hack attacks at bay.