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    • hoyaejax
    • 20.04.13 | 15:27 (IDT)

    This is the biggest load of speculative claptrap I have ever heard. Good God why didn't you just label and make the subject of your article "A History of Terrorism in Chechnya". Instead, you make wild assertions that the young men who spent very few years in Chechnya must have believed in radical Wahabiism? Honestly your a better magazine when you just stick to the facts. Don't imitate the American media. As CNN has illustrated it does a piss poor job of relating facts,but a great job at speculation--often incorrect.

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    First published 16:47 20.04.13 | Last updated 16:47 20.04.13
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