Sep 1 2016
ANNIVERSARY REMEMBRANCE of the horrific Muslim terrorist massacre at a school in Beslan, Russia, Sept. 1, 2004
On September 1, 2004, a group of heavily armed Muslim terrorists stormed into a school in Beslan, Russia. For three days, more than a thousand children and adults were held hostage in a sweltering gymnasium, denied food and water, sexually abused, and forced to keep their hands over their heads. The harrowing siege ended on September 3 with a series of explosions and a hail of gunfire that killed more than 380 people – half of them children.
On September 1, 2004, more than 1,100 parents and children arrived for the first day of school at School No 1 in Beslan. They were greeted by heavily armed Islamic separatist gunmen, Chechen Muslims, who held them hostage for three days. In a bloody climax, more than 380 people were massacred and many more injured, including children, in a series of explosions and firefights, not to mention many rapes and sexual assaults of children and teachers by the Muslim terrorists. Once a sleepy town of around 35,000 in North Ossetia, bordering Muslim Chechnya, where Russia has fought 2 wars against Muslim separatists, Beslan has become synonymous with the masscare, and residents still live in fear.