boston bombing chechnya

In the wake of the Boston bombin, there is one question that should not be asked at all, and that is whether the horrendous attacks in Boston should prompt the United States and other countries to consider immigrants a security threat just because they belong to a certain ethnic group.
There are now reports that Tamerlan Tsarnaev returned to his homeland because of disenchantment with life in America. There is speculation that while there, he may have become "radicalized."
In the wake of a national manhunt for suspects in the Boston bombings, law enforcement have identified Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, brothers with ties to a Russian region near Chechnya. Now Chechnya's pro-Russian president, Ramzan Kadyrov, has spoken out about the suspects' backgrounds.
As new details about the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings came to light, confusion on Twitter led some users to mistake Chechnya for the Czech Republic. The names of the distinct regions trended on the social network after two suspects in the bombings, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, were described by family and law enforcement as "brothers from a Russian region near Chechnya."
Chechnya, a region in southern Russia on the border with Georgia, is predominantly Muslim and has lived through a long-running
NEW YORK -– On a normal news day, Chechnya is unlikely to get batted around by pundits or make headlines in the U.S. news
TWEETS: The names of the distinct regions trended on the social network after two suspects in the bombings, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
However, any attempt to connect the brothers to Chechnya is in vain, Kadyrov continued. The boys were raised in the United