Skip to comments.French, Croatian and Serbian Intelligence Services Brought Mujahedins to Bosnia
Posted on 04/28/2004 2:03:39 PM PDT by captain albala
Mehmedovic: French, Croatian and Serbian Intelligence Services Brought Mujahedins to BiH It has been eight years since the war in BiH ended, but this armed conflict was not yet categorized. For the IC, this war was an unfortunate conflict in the region and as such it was defined in the DA, which was ratified by all three sides in the conflict. However, Bosniaks claim that it is about an aggression committed by SiCG, while the Serbian and Croatian sides describe this conflict as a civil war. However, as time is passing by and the truth is revealed, it is more and more obvious that for the Muslim side this was a religious war, at least in the beginning. The recent statement of the Chief of SDA Envoy Group within the BiH Parliament, Semsudin Mehmedovic, supports this fact. In his interview for Sarajevo newspaper Dani, Mehmedovic revealed that Mujahedins from Islamic countries arrived to BiH at the beginning of the war in 1992. He admitted that Mujahedins kept coming the next year on. These facts unmistakably unmask the multiethnic politics that authorities in Sarajevo, led by Alija Izetbegovic, allegedly followed before and during the war. Due to only verbal pledging for a multiethnic BiH, in his interview for Dani, Mehmedovic wanted to minimize the role of Mujahedins as allies, claiming that they were implanted in this former Yugoslav Republic by the French, Croatian, and Serbian intelligence services. Even such a story falls into the water when it is known that the authority, represented by the Bosniak nationalistic party SDA, gave citizenship to all Mujahedins during and after the war and allowed them to settle in BiH. Someone could say that these were strange rewards for people for whom some claim to be spies. Large number of them stayed and lived in the FBiH. According to data that was recently revealed by the former FBiH high intelligence operative, Munir Alibabic, approximately 800 Mujahedins live in the FBiH. Another clear and indisputable piece of evidence that proves that the Bosniak side understood this as a religious war, was the fact that it proclaimed all of its deceased soldiers as Sehid, which in the Arabic language means Muslims who bravely died for a religion. Even though it is rude to tamper with the dead, one cannot avoid a conclusion that it is about a strange call for victims of aggression from a multiethnic army. The definition of this conflict is even further complicated when data stated by General Sefer Halilovic is added to all of this. Namely, General Halilovic stated in his book Cunning Strategy that the Patriotic League was a paramilitary formation established by the SDA in 1991 and that it numbered approximately 100,000 members. However, one thing is for sure and that is that there are less and less arguments that the Serbian side and SiCG were the only guilty side and aggressor. vs (D. Stojakovic pg 5 of 40)
The only problem, it was Izetbegovic who brought Bin Laden to Bosnia. Izetbegovic provided financial haven to TWRA and Dr. Elfatih Hassanein-omal-Fatih (one of OBL financial conduits)
OBL financiers, "charities" "businessmen". And guess what, the roads lead to and from Bosnia.
Bosnia was a hub of OBL activities, under Clinton supervision.
Something was lost in translation - the article is refuting the Bosnian Muslim position that the French, Croatian, and Serbians imported the jihadists.
You think he will stop and visit Milosevic while he is in the Netherlands?
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