As President Obama stumbles to find a strategy to deal with ISIS and Islamist extremists take over the U.S. embassy in Libya, many are taking the day to remember the horrifying Beslan school siege, which Michelle Malkin at the time rightly called Russia’s 9/11.

Ten years ago today, Chechen jihadists stormed a school and took more than 1,100 hostages. The siege lasted three days, and more than 300 eventually died in the massacre, including 186 young students.

Many marked the anniversary of the attack by posting photos and other remembrances.

Never forget.