In the southern mountains of Dagestan, those disenchanted with Russian government corruption find a growing voice in Islamic fundamentalism.
Rashid Abdurakhmanov and Ayat Abdurakhmanova are a Salafi couple with two sons, 14 months old and 6 years old. They live in an apartment in Makhachkala, Dagestan. The attraction to fundamentalism has come to haunt Russia, which managed to contain a rebellion in Chechnya only to see the center of violence and resentment move to neighboring Dagestan, where it threatens to spill out in waves over southern Russia. Andrea Bruce/For The Washington Post Buy Photo