Injured passengers receiving medical help after a blast in Moscow subway
Apparently, Allah allows jihadists to disguise as infidels if the goal is to kill those very same infidels (you and me, dear reader). Well, that makes sense. Moscow has been one of the safest cities for years. Moscow's public--just like their counterparts in New York--tends to notice an unattended bag or a person who may present a potential threat. Moscow subway stations and trains have cameras, police, dogs, young military conscripts, emergency call stations, no garbage cans, and very careful passengers, weathered by a decade of terrorism. A jihadi-looking female cannot walk 20 yards without being spotted in Moscow. Which brings me to a question: May be those two poor jihadi girls simply wanted to wear Ralph Lauren? And killing 38 people (including themselves) was the only way they could have done it according to their religion? Unless the answer is "yes," today's Moscow attacks do not make sense (to a civilized person). Bitter women tend to find other avenues to reveal their grief or frustration than literal self-explosion. And if you spent a hard-praying life of hating the Western culture, than why part with your body leaving it dressed in those hated infidel clothes?
Reading Mein Kampf over a cup of evening tea, and killing Jews in the mornings is not all right, not since 1945. Will we see the day when reading certain literature and killing innocent people while inspired by such readings will become not all right either? Obama condemned the attacks. Putin promised to "destroy" the responsible. But where is the outcry of Muslim leaders? After all, is it OK to kill innocent people?
To put things in perspective, Chechnya's 1990-s' "war for independence" sponsored with the Arab money and fought by Islamic terrorists would be comparable to the one of Texas against the U.S., sponsored by Mexican drug lords. Absurd. Chechnya is one of Russia's 83 states. The war ended years ago, after Chechen "freedom fighters" mowed down 300 innocent school children with machine guns and grenades in a neighboring state. Since then, Chechnya got an international airport, designers' boutiques, and, in fact, the Russian federal government even allowed the predominantly Muslim state to impose its own laws mandating women to wear head scarves and burkas at public educational institutions. How much is enough? Why Moscow? Why now? The only way a civilized person can explain the attacks is that while jihadi men want to meet 72 virgins in heaven, jihadi women apparently dream of wearing Ralph Lauren. Beauty calls for sacrifice.