President Vladimir Putin set a presidential election in Chechnya for Oct. 5 as part of a Kremlin solution to Chechen separatism, but Chechen guerrillas have rejected the plan and now appear to have begun a new wave of terrorist attacks in Moscow employing female suicide bombers. The attack at a rock concert that killed 14 July 5 was followed by another at a restaurant July 10 that killed the bomber and a Russian security officer. If the intent really is to reject the Kremlin’s plan through violent means, more attacks in Moscow can be expected before the Oct. 5 election.