Was the Moscow Attack an inside Job? (03/29/10)

Are we winning the "War" on Terror?

First off all I wanto to show all my respect to the victims of this attack, whoever it was. Then, let's not forget that in '99, the FSB (formerly KGB) was caught red handed planting bombs in apartment buildings. The Belsan School Massacre was also very suspicious.

This could be another inside job to justify a global war against TERRORISM (Again the neverending "ALQAEDA", and also to start to talk about nuclear technology, which Russia is very interested).
Suicide bomber was captured in Moscow in September 2009, when an individual planning an attack scheduled for Moscow City Day was intercepted. Other members of the five strong group had been previously arrested. The head of the Russian Federal Security Service claims Georgian special services are helping Al Qaeda members to wage terrorism in Russia. Since June 2009, nineteen terror acts have been prevented in Russia, with 178 militants eliminated or arrested, including an Al Qaeda member who coordinated attacks.

At least 40 people have been killed after two female suicide bombers blew themselves up on Moscow Metro trains in the morning rush hour, officials say.The first blast occurred in the central Lubyanka station at 0756 (0356 GMT). Police said the dead included 14 people inside a train and 11 on the platform. The second explosion came about 40 minutes later at the Park Kultury station, where 12 people were killed. No-one has yet said they carried out the worst attack in Moscow since 2004. But the BBC's Richard Galpin in the Russian capital says past suicide bombings there have been blamed on Islamist rebels fighting for independence in the troubled North Caucasus region of Chechnya. Moscow's metro is one of the busiest subways in the world, carrying some 5.5m passengers a day. 'No fire'Emergency services ministry spokeswoman Irina Andrianova said the first explosion tore through the second carriage of a train as it stood at Lubyanka. CCTV footage posted on the internet showed motionless bodies in the lobby and emergency workers treating victims. The station, on the busy Sokolnicheskaya and Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya lines, is close to the headquarters of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB). The second blast at Park Kultury, which is also on the Sokolnicheskaya line, came at 0838 (0438 GMT). It struck at the back of the train as people were getting on board. "Two female terrorist suicide bombers carried out these bombings," Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov told reporters outside Park Kultury afterwards.Prosecutors in the city also said terrorism was suspected. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, who is currently visiting Siberia, is "receiving detailed information from security agencies and social services about the work on helping the victims", a spokesman said. Russian forces have scored a series of successes against militants in recent weeks. In February, at least 20 insurgents were reportedly killed in an operation by Russian security forces in Ingushetia. There was a major attack on the Moscow Metro in February 2004, when at least 39 people were killed by a bomb on a packed train as it approached the Paveletskaya Metro station. Six months later, a suicide bomber blew herself up outside a station, killing 10 people. Both attacks were blamed on Chechen rebels. In November, the Caucasian Mujahadeen claimed responsibility for a bomb that killed 26 people on board an express train travelling from Moscow to Russia's second city of St Petersburg.

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