Russia’s FSB wipes out ISIS sleeper cell near Moscow

The FSB is on a terrorist curb-stomping roll

epa05202424 Vladimir Zhirinovsky, leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) attends a news conference relating to the LDPR election campaign, in Moscow, Russia, 09 March 2016. Parliamentary elections in Russia are scheduled for 18 September 2016. EPA/MAXIM SHIPENKOV

The men and women at the FSB just don’t take a break, do they? Just shortly after they eliminated several terrorists in an epic Saratov shootout, they’ve broken up an ISIS sleeper cell in Kaluga.

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TASS news reports:

The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) officers have detained four members of an Islamic State (terror organization, outlawed in Russia) sleeper cell, the FSB Center for Public Relations told TASS.

“Four members (residents of the Yamalo-Nenets Region) were arrested on March 14, 2018, from an Islamist sleeper cell headed by an envoy of the international terror organization who had undergone battle training on the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic within the Islamic State international terror organization and arrived from the conflict zone to organize terror activity,” the FSB stated.

The intelligence service explained that the perpetrators’ names were not revealed for investigative reasons. Investigation and search operations are currently underway.

Kaluga is a beautiful city in western Russia, just southwest of Moscow, on the Oka river. Now thanks to the FSB, Kaluga is now terrorism free!

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