Wednesday, September 3, 2014

ISIS Personally Threatens Putin, Vows Caliphate in Chechnya

From ZeroHedge:

ISIS Threatens Putin, Caliphate In Chechnya; Kadyrov Responds "You Will Be Destroyed"
ISIS threats, it would appear, are not limited to President Obama and his American allies. RIA is reporting that Russian leaders are seeking to cut access to an ISIS video posted that threatens Putin (for ties to Assad), and plans to liberate (via Caliphate) Chechnya, and calls the Chechnyan leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, a Putin puppet. The Chechnya leader took to Instagram to respond slamming "these bastards have no relation to Islam," and exclaiming if they try to threaten Russia or Chechnya "you will be destroyed."

Via Memri,
Vladimir Putin was directly and personally threatened by extremist Islamic terror group ISIS because of his close ties to Syrian leader Bashar Hafez al-Assad, and will liberate Chechnya and Caucasus...

Via Ramzan Kadyrov's Instagram,
Terrorists from Syria, who call themselves "Islamic state", expressed the children's threat to go to war in Chechnya and the Caucasus. They say only what they charge the owners of the secret services of the West. These bastards have no relation to Islam. They are outspoken enemies of Muslims around the world. Naive people decided to threaten the two planes Chechnya and Russia.

They can sit two thousand aircraft, but will reach Russia. All under the control of the United States the country announced sanctions and Russia have achieved nothing, and then some unwashed felon decided to distinguish themselves, taking on the role of the pug.

I state with full responsibility that the one who had the idea to express a threat to Russia and say the name of the President of the country Vladimir Putin, will be destroyed, where he did it....

This may be an eror on the part of ISIS.
Back in 2010, during the height of the Somali ship hijackings, we posted "Dealing with Pirates (and terrorists) Russian Style":
While the BBC was reporting last week: "UN backs tougher stance against Somali piracy" yesterday's headline at the Moscow Times said "Somali Pirates Seize State-Owned Tanker".
Uh oh.

If the Somali pirates were up to speed on their history they may have remembered the name Arkady Katkov.

Starting in 1982, and continuing for the remainder of the decade, approximately 100 people were kidnapped in Beirut by various factions of Hezbollah ('the Party of God').
William Buckley, for example. He was the CIA station chief, kidnapped on March 16, 1984.
He was tortured to death. They did it slow, he died in June 1985.

The U.S. did the same thing after his kidnapping that they did after the Marine Corps barracks at Beirut International Airport were bombed in October 1983, killing 241 Marines and Sailors.

On September 30, 1985 four Soviet diplomats were kidnapped and Arkady Katkov was shot in the head by Hezbollah's head of security, Imad Mughniyeh.

The Soviets gave the kidnappers 48 hours to return the hostages and dispatched some guys they call Spetsgruppa A (Alfa Group).

The kidnappers and their relatives were identified by supporting KGB operatives working with the Druze militia, and some of the relatives were taken hostage.

Following the standard policy of 'no negotiation', Alfa proceeded to sever some of their hostages' body parts and sent them to the perpetrators with a warning that more would follow if the Russian hostages were not released immediately. The tactic worked and no other Russian national was taken hostage in the Middle East for the next 20 years, until the 2006 abduction of Russian diplomats in Iraq.

Among the body parts was a decapitated head and some testicles.

This morning Reuters reported:

Hijacked Russian tanker freed, crew safe, pirate dead
RIA Novosti says:

Detained Somali pirates to be sent to Moscow for proceedings
Uh oh.