I hear that 1/10 of the population of Chechnya has been killed since 1995. I think we tend to ignore the deaths of children in 'legitimate' conflicts and as a result of preventable starvation and illness, throughout the world. I think we should stop turning a blind eye to these hidden deaths. This in no way downplays the severity of non-hidden deaths like these. They are all of a piece. I expect that burying your children drives people insane.
Secondly, from the other side, I think it is most likely that the Wahhabis of Saudi Arabia are indirectly behind these terrible events. I think money from sections of the extensive Saudi Royal Family has funded these actions. The Saudis are not starving, they are not oppressed by any other government. I believe that the Wahhabi cult is a poisonous blight, firstly on its own country, and now on the rest of humanity. The West's pandering to the Wahhabis and the oppressive Saudi Arabian government is a pathetic counterbalance to the anti-Moslem hyperbole which tries to blame events on humble religious people around the world.