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Russian Terrorist Gang FSB Fears Mujahideen Attacks On 'Sochi Olympics'

04 June 2010

By Markaz Kavkaz

The international terrorist organization FSB Russia reported that it "has evidence" about the intention of the leaders of Caucasian Mujahideen to disrupt so-called "olympic games", which Russian invaders intend to hold on the territory of the Caucasus Emirate, in Sochi.  

The ringleader of this terrorist organization Bortnikov reported it at a gathering called "the 9th meeting of the council of chiefs of security services and law enforcement agencies of the FSB foreign partner countries".  

"A real threat coming from Al-Qaeda in Maghreb resulted in the cancellation of the rally Dakar-2008 for the first time in the history of this prestigious auto race", the Russian terrorist lamented.  

In additions, the uneliminated gang leader pointed out that in this respect, "the intentions of the warlords in the Caucasus are to implement a similar scenario for the winter olympics in 2014", while noting that the threat of sabotage operations by the Caucasian Mujahideen "is turning into a factor which exerts substantial influence on political decision making".  

According to the ringleader of Russian terrorists, who are suspected of the murder on April 10 of the President of Poland and 95 other senior representatives of the Polish military and political elite, no country today is immune to sabotage and counterterrorist operations by the Mujahideen:  

Seeking to spread fear among the ranks of enemy and destabilize the situation in an infidel-occupied Muslim country or a Jihad region, the Mujahideen unite and change their strategies and tactics, Bortnikov warned.  

The Russian gangster believes that the Mujahideen of the Caucasus Emirate are increasingly seeking to acquire the latest technologies, to get access to the modern weapons that Russian terrorists have, Russian invaders' media outlets reported.




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