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Doku Umarov — a prime suspect in Monday’s shock-and-awe attack on Moscow’s Domodedovo airport — issued the warning in April 2010, after taking responsibility for another dire event, the bombing of Moscow’s subway.
But after two wars, hardened fighters turned from Chechnya’s traditional moderate Sufism to an extreme brand of Islam, encouraged by Arab ideologues. It spread through the impoverished Caucasus, following a trail of hopelessness among the young. New militant groups were formed, with grandiose aims far beyond tiny Chechnya.