ISIL-K again proved it is not Islamic. RIP lost friends in Crocus Hall

“Islam is not the religion of wanton bloody violence or barbarism like randomly slaughtering happy people at a concert or killing kids in Kandahar Province,” exclaimed Dr. Nassima al Amouri who led an investigation among contacts in the Middle East for

“Our team lead, Grace Edwards, in Kandahar region has many local Da’esh contacts in the province with family members of IS-KP (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Khorasan). They seem privately sickened by what happened at the Crocus City Hall in Moscow,” added Dr. Nassima.

Popular Music venue near Moscow attacked.

Sunday, March 24, has been declared a national day of mourning by the Russian president. The posh ‘Crocus City Hall’ can host 6,200 guests. It is part of a collection of lavish shopping centers, restaurants, and other attractions which in all have been named, Crocus City, reports RINJ woman, Svetlana in north Moscow. Photo is source supplied. Photo is cropped. Art, cropping, enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

Current information indicates 143 Russian civilians were murdered, and 145 others were wounded in this devastating terrorist attack at the ‘Crocus City’ Hall, a large, concert venue on the outskirts of Moscow. The venue can host 6,200 guests. It is part of a collection of lavish shopping centers, restaurants, and other attractions which in all have been named, Crocus City.

The terrorists, dressed in camouflage fatigues, opened fire with automatic weapons and detonated what some described as petrol bomb explosives setting fire to the concert hall during the disgusting incident.

Among the victims were three children. Many people are in very serious condition and the death toll is expected to rise, say medical contacts Svetlana, a RINJ Foundation organizer in Moscow was able to reach. Her group is coordinating blood donor clinics.

“Moscow residents are behaving like true heroes, rushing out to donate blood at hospitals and clinics,” explained Svetlana who is also a president of a RINJ Women chapter in north Moscow.

The attack, which occurred on Friday, 22 March, has been attributed to IS-KP which has claimed responsibility. Russian law-enforcement authorities quickly detained 11 individuals in connection with the brutal display of what can be described as inexplicable mental sickness.

“The strange thing is that across the Middle East there is no chatter about this in terms of a claim of credit. I expect Da’esh in Syria is going to take a serious beating from the Russians here, and we have no objection to that in fact we will hand over contact data to our Russian contacts, but honestly, this thing makes no sense. We don’t know anything about it, and no one seems to. The people of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Khorasan group are treated like Lepers here by the rank and file, but the higher ups are different. They don’t even talk about the Da’esh-Kay-flavour, as if it is taboo, or stinky,” Nassima added. “They don’t like them.”

Simon Baldock, a Tel Aviv-based security analyst claims that “the whole thing stinks”.

“These total ISIL-KP losers have repeatedly claimed responsibility for attacks that they had nothing to do with. They are the definition of fall-downs. They couldn’t plan a picnic let alone an attack like this. Usually, Da’esh-K work looks like Keystone Cops humour. They are for sale to the highest bidder and the stranger thing is that the Americans have built them up as ultra dangerous and organized but in fact they are ultra-incompetents like a bunch of rodents the CIA has trained. The fact that the first we heard of this plan of a Moscow raid was in February from Alona and her team in eastern Ukraine and from the Americans a little after that, is nothing but weird. It was all vague. If it swims like a fish and smells like a fish, there is something fishy going on….”

“Officially, Ukraine has denied involvement but internally in Ukraine, people are saying, “Yeah, we did it”, with glee. Of course, Nazis would say a thing like that,” said Alona Adamovich from Donetsk.