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Topic - Doku K. Umarov
Both Chechnya's Moscow-backed president and the Islamic extremists seeking to overthrow him have distanced themselves in blog postings from the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, claims analysts take seriously.
"They generally don't have any reluctance to claim even very serious terror attacks when they are responsible," he added.
In October 2007, an Islamic spiritual leader, Doku K. Umarov declared the Emarat Kavkazin — the Caucasus Emirate — uniting extremist militias under a single umbrella.