Staunton, August 25 – The arrest this week of 31 Islamist terrorist in Moscow, Novosibirsk oblast, Yakutsk and Krasnoyarsk Kray highlights a most unwelcome reality, Aleksandr Mikhaylov says. It shows that terrorist cells take shape and become a threat wherever immigrants go inside Russia.
These terrorists, the Russian authorities say, were connected with a Syria-based group, but this reflects a more general problem, FSB Major General (ret.) Aleksandr Mikhailov says. Whenever immigrants come to Russia from a troubled Islamic country, they are likely to form cells of terrorist organizations (https://svpressa.ru/society/article/307933/