Muslim convert posted a video on Youtube saying that he was following
God’s allah’s will, that he would not turn back and that he working to earn a place in heaven.
The second bomber was a medical school graduate, his father Nikolai spoke about his conversion:Â ‘My son changed for the better. He stopped arguing with me, did not drink, went to the mosque. I bought him Halal meat.’
For the better ……
Was the Volgograd train station suicide bomber a Russian paramedic who converted to Islam and joined terrorist cell?Â Daily Mail,Â December 30, 2013 (thanks to Pamela)
Islamic jihadists are murdering with impunity in Volgograd. But here in Australia our trusted ABC ‘experts’ tell us that its got ‘nothing to do with Islam’, its all about gas and oil and… muselmanic grievances. But it could also be “something completely different” (like what?) Â from the Islamic ‘separatist movement’
The suicide bomber who set off a 10kg TNT charge today in the southern Russian city of Volgograd had officially beenÂ identified as Oksana Aslanova, a 26-year-old Tabasaran national from Turkmenistan, the Voice of Russia’s source reports.(Extensive report here)
Will the Russian authorities challenge the mosques to teach against the Islamic doctrines that lead to this? Or will it just go on and on as Russia descends into jihadist chaos and ultimately submits to Islam? “Rush-hour blast kills 14 on trolley bus in Volgograd, Russia; 3rd deadly attack in four days,” by Albina Kovalyova and Daniel Arkin forÂ NBC News, December 30 (thanks to JW):
MOSCOW — At least 14 people were killed and 28 wounded when an explosion ripped through a trolley bus in the Russian city of Volgograd on Monday, the country’s third deadly attack in four days.
The explosion, which authorities blamed on a suicide bomber, tore out much of the electric bus’ exterior, left mangled bodies on the street and raised fears about more violence in the lead-up to the Sochi Winter Olympics that Russia will host in six weeks.
“For the second day, we are dying — it’s a nightmare,” a woman near the scene told Reuters, her voice trembling. “What are we supposed to do, just walk now?”
The battered bus involved in Monday’s deadly bombing is towed away from the scene in Volgograd, Russia.
Volgograd, a city of around one million about 400 miles northeast of Sochi, is a key transport hub for southern Russia, with many bus routes linking it to the volatile provinces in the North Caucasus.
On Sunday, 17 people were killed in a terror attack by a suspected female suicide bomber at a railway station in Volgograd. And on Friday, a car bomb killed three people in the southern Russian city of Pyatigorsk, 170 miles east of Sochi, where the Olympics will be held.
In October, another female suicide bomber was blamed for a bus explosion in Volgograd that killed five people.
The blasts on Sunday and Monday were probably connected because the TNT and shrapnel-packed bombs were “identical,” said Vladimir Markin, spokesman for Russia’s main investigative agency.
“That confirms the investigators’ version that both terrorist attacks were linked,” he told Russian television. “They could have been prepared in one place.” …