Project Canada wrote:
I feel this is not the correct thread to post this but its got to do with extremism and extremism is what causes islamic insurgency
So., wtf is going on with the rus government? Isn't there supposedly a "limit" as to how far these muslims can go with their ways? If they are left unchecked then these muzzs will continue to chip away the very last foundations of Secular laws and make everything Islamic! So why did the Russian government suddenly gone soft to these brazen islamization being done in broad daylight? I support Russia for being the sole Christian country to fight for Christianity and Christian rights yet they too are giving in to Islamization. When can I see the day when tables are turned and its Muslims turn to being Christianized in the most brutal way??
Chechnya passes bill allowing (aka mandatory) Hijab in schools
Sweeping purge against gays in Chechnya
Russia "won" the insurgency war in Chechnya because it co-opted local forces. So this accommodation is predicable. If
this is how they want to live then, let them. The rest of Russia is not subjected to these cultural norms. In fact, it is
better for the people there to experience these restrictions and then vote with their feet by moving to other parts of
Russia. If Russia tries to fight this, then it goes back to square one.
Sweden and elsewhere in the west, there is lots of accommodation of Islamic cultural agendas in every school, business
and location. This does not happen in Russia. Russia would have let Chechnya secede if it wasn't going to be converted
into a jihadi military base used to terrorize its territory. This cannot be tolerated and Russia has decided to fight the jihadis
all the way back to the Middle East such as in Syria instead of sitting and doing nothing like a victim. This the correct
policy and not trying to impose Russian norms on Chechens in Chechnya. So it is OK if Russia is a spectrum of confederated
republics with local norms that are not even consistent with each other. Russia has always been a collection of Russias.