Three Suspected Suicide Bombers Preparing 9 May Attacks Being Hunted
NORTH CAUCASUS Law enforcers are hunting two woman and a man who, according to operational information plan to carry out terror attacks in several cities in central Russia during the 9 May Victory Day celebrations.
According to special services, Doka Umarov prepared five suicide bombers (four women and one young man) for Victory Day attacks. Two of them have already been captured. RETWA readers will recall our 29 and 30 April reports of two Dagestani women, 30-year-old Zalina Gabibulayeva and 17-year-old Zaira Adayeva (also spelled Akayeva) caught at the Chermen police in North Ossetia with a bomb in the trunk of their car. Investigators says they had already safely transited Dagestan, Chechnya, and Ingushetia.
Law enforcers are searching for the other three suicide bombers, a brother and sister team Rizvan Aliyev and 19-year-old Muslimat Aliyeva (on the left) from Makhchakala who disappeared from home at the end of March, and 29-year-old Aminat Kurbanova (maiden name Saprikina), who is said to be with them. Kurbanova (pictured on the right) is a Russian woman who converted to Islam
and lives near Rizvan and Muslimat. She is also the widow of an NVF member who was killed a short while ago in a spetz-operation and is said to be a suicide bomber recruiter.
According to our information, they will try to go to various cities in central Russia to carry out attacks, a police source told Life News (vesti.kz; Life News; nr2.ru). Published 12:00