Discussion in 'Europe' started by Said1, Jul 20, 2005.
and the Crusades go on in the East and West. None of it is fair and there is no justice-to anyone.
even worse--it can't be stopped
I think the "rebels" in that region are the most dangerous. The thought of them joining forces elsewhere is terrifying - IMHO.
My guess there has been some linking, but much like the Palestinian problem, there is also the tribal element, thus as soon as the 'enemy' is dealt with, they turn on each other.
I've read little blurbs about Chechen rebels in Afghanistan, although nothing concrete. When all is done, they should take up quilting, might keep their hands busy enough to forget about their guns for awhile.
I might be wrong or it may have been an herring, but thought there was a connection with the Spanish bombing, on top of the other outsiders?
I don't remember........much these days. :cof:
I was watching a documentary the other night on the History Channel and they were interviewing Marines that took part in the brutal fight for Fallujah. According to them, they captured numerous Chechen insurgents fighting Fallujah. For some reason, this is not being reported in the MSM (for some reason... ). They said a large number of the fighters in Fallujah were Chechens that were shooting themselves up with narcotics and that when you would shoot them, they would just keep coming. They were using speed to help stay awake and to fight as long as they could even when injured.
A good summary of the Chechen connection to the Arab
Separate names with a comma.