ကမၻာ့ဒုတိယအခ်မ္းသာဆုံး အေမရိကန္သူေဌးႀကီးWarren Buffett ရဲ႕
မွတ္သားဖြယ္ရာ အဆိုအမိန္႔ေလးေတြပါ… သူေျပာတာေတြကေတာ့….
… သုံးစြဲတာနဲ႔ပတ္သက္ၿပီး“ ခင္ဗ်ားတစ္ကယ္အသုံးမ၀င္တဲ့အရာေတြ၀ယ္ရင္
တစ္ေန႔က်ရင္ အသုံး၀င္တဲ့အရာေတြ ထုတ္ေရာင္းရလိ္မ့္မယ္”
စုေဆာင္းမွုနဲ႔ပတ္သက္ၿပီး“ သုံးလို႔ပုိတဲ့ဟာကိုမစုနဲ႔၊ စုလို႔ပုိတဲ့ဟာကိုသုံး”
စြန္႔စားႀကည့္တဲ့အခါ “ေရအတိမ္အနက္ကို သိခ်င္ရင္ ဘယ္ေတာ့မွ
ရင္းႏီွးျမွပ္နွံတဲ့အခါ “ျခင္းတစ္ျခင္းထဲမွာပဲ ႀကည္ဥေတြအကုန္လုံးမထည့္နဲ႔”
ေမွ်ာ္လင့္ခ်က္ထားတဲ့အခါ “ရိုးသားမွဳဆိုတာ တန္ဖိုးအရမ္းႀကီးတဲ့
လက္ေဆာင္ျဖစ္လို႔ တန္ဖိုးမရွိတဲ့လူေတြဆီက မေမွ်ာ္လင့္နဲ႔”
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Chechens’ Violent History Includes ‘Black Widows,’ Attacks on School, Theater
Marathon Bombing Suspects’ Uncle: ‘We Are Ashamed’
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By COLLEEN CURRY
April 19, 2013
The two brothers suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings are of Chechen ethnicity, officials said today, identifying them with a group that has a long history of violence against Russia and ties to Muslim extremists groups.
Both Dzhokhar Tsarnaev 19, and his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaecv, 26, who was killed overnight by gunfire, were born in Kyrgystan, the brothers’ uncle told reporters today. The brothers’ father is currently living in the semi-autonomous Russian province of Dagestan, which is adjacent to Chechnya.
The entire region has been roiled by ethnic tensions, Islamic militants and corruption.
The history of Chechens may — or may not — shed light on the men’s lives in America or their motivation for the bombings.
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Who are the Chechens?
Chechens are an ethnic group hailing from the southern edge of the Russian border, known as the North Caucasus region, whose history has been marked by its violent struggles for independence.
After the fall of the Soviet Union, Chechens launched two significant campaigns for independence, leading to the First Chechen War in 1994 (a year after the younger suspect was born) and the Second Chechen War in 1999, which has led to ongoing violence in the region.
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This photo released by the FBI early Friday April 19, 2013, shows what the FBI is calling the suspects together, walking through the crowd in Boston on Monday, April 15, 2013, before the explosions at the Boston Marathon.
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Could this attack have something to do with those wars?
Maybe, according to Christopher Swift, a professor of National Security at Georgetown University, who said the second Chechen war has morphed into a "radical" and "virulent" war that has incorporated elements of the Muslim idea of jihad.
"That war initially began as a nationalist war, much like the first one, but very, very quickly metastasized into something that looks much more like the radical Salafi-Jihadi movements we’ve seen in other regions around the world," Swift said.
"The movement that’s emerged from the 15 years of war is very radical, it’s very virulent, it’s very nasty, but up until now, it’s also been very, very local. Their ideology and rhetoric talks about fighting jihad against the West, but their operations have always been in Russia itself and predominately within the republics of Chechnya, Dagestan, and Ingushetia," he said.
"So the bombing in Boston at the Boston Marathon, doesn’t really seem to comport with the operations we’ve seen from of this region in the past, but it does comport with the self-radicalizing ideology," he said.
What connection do Chechens have to Islam?
The majority of Chechens are Muslims, and the Council on Foreign Relations say that there are several ties between Chechen militants and Al Qaeda, noting that the U.S. has publicly said that Osama bin Laden had "fueled the flames in Chechnya."
The State Department has identified Al Qaeda financiers who also finance Chechen rebels, according to the CFR. The most prominent of these groups is the Islamic International Peacekeeping Brigade.
A terror group in Chechnya has also identified itself with Muslim extremists, calling itself the Special Purpose Islamic Regiment, recognized by the U.S. State Department as a terrorist group.
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute has said that ideas of jihad and an Islamic state spread among Chechen people as they fanned out across the Middle East following the Second Chechen War.