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imagesMiddle East is shrouded by flames of fire, fear, and the construction of a new ideal world called Caliphate. All because of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Many European countries, Middle East states and USA are involved in the fight against an unrecognised state. And Russia recently joined them.

Each state mentioned above has its own interests: some to overcome the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, another one to support the development of non-recognized terrorist state.

Russia, taking part in the conflict and pretending to fight with the ISIL, stands for preserving its influence in the region by providing support to the Syrian leader Assad in his struggle with the opposition.

The Russian Federation once again demonstrates its fangs to the international community and thus continues its aggressive policy.

Despite of the fact that, Russian President Vladimir Putin is shouting about the necessity to fight with the ISIL, he fights for other ideals, helping to develop the ISIL in the East.

The unfortunate Caucasus shrouded by wars, South Ossetia and Abkhazia separated from Georgia, Crimea stolen in Ukraine, and wars in the East of Ukraine and Syria – this is all the means of Russia’s policy in its confrontation with the West.

And in a counterbalance to the Western world, the Russian Federation, not ambiguously recalls that it is a Muslim country (about 20 millions or about 15% of all Russians are Muslims).

Putin for many years has been flirting with Muslims, including the Salafis who are fundamentalists in Islam. Such branch of Sunni Islam is widespread in Russia, and the natives of Dagestan, Kabardian or Tatar origin are carrying these ideas, both in Russia and around the world.

The youth is very susceptible to the Radical Islamism, as the young people believes in the possibility of the world justice establishing through the observance of Islamic ideas. These feelings lead many young people to the new belief.

Realizing the power and possibilities of radicalism ideas, Russia tries to maintain friendship with supporters of this ideology. Russian Intelligence Services are recruiting Islamic ideologists with their subsequent control. Such friendship becomes a special due to the fact that new “radicals” are not needed for the Russian Federation, because they are threatening to its security. Everything has been done in Russia to help the Islamic propaganda get into other countries, through the preparation and management of radicals in the Crimea and Caucasus, where there are network structures such as “Al-Qaeda”. As a result, the ideologically prepared minds are ready to leave in the Syria and fight for ISIL. In addition, they also travel to Europe where trying to gain a supporting base and to arrange a radical Islamic centres. Getting into a democratic society, the radical Islamists are using democratic freedoms to promote their inhumane attitudes and their way of life.

Thus, Russia specially holds a policy of Islamic radicals repression from their country, enabling them to conduct their activities in other countries.

Fundamentalists acting very tricky, due to the belief that they follow the path of their ancestors, who lived during the time of Prophet Muhammad. Of course, not all of them are involved in terrorist activities, but most of those who are involved — are the Islamists.

Russian Federation during its recent history, without wasting time, helps the promotion of radical Muslims, so much so that they carried their ideas around the world. Many Muslims prepared by Russian intelligence agencies continue their way “of preaching” in Europe, to where they are moving under the guise of refugees and, as a rule, organize terrorist attacks on civilians. For example, the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris on November 13th, 2015 and in Brussels on March 22, 2016.

On the way of a new great state creation, Russia, on behalf of its President Vladimir Putin is ready to ensure the achievement of its greatness by using the most hateful methods, even the terrorism.

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