July 5, 2014

How Russia Is Fueling ISIS

Ivan Sukhov, Moscow Times

The Associated Press

Ramadan began in Moscow on June 28, as it did throughout the Arab world. When that period of fasting ends one month later, tens of thousands of believers will gather at each of the capital city's four mosques. The structures cannot hold so many of the faithful, and, as always, the mass of worshippers spills over and fills the side streets.

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