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To: zagor-te-nej
Sorry man, but when you surround a town for three years and shell the place with thousands of rounds it's not exactly unrealistic for the world to assume that you fired certain shots that blew apart 37, 68 and 45 people.

I really don't care if you fail to understand why Serbia was seen so badly during the war. It's not my country that will be an outcast because of it.

And I absolutely like this part - “when Arkan swept through the Drina Valley”. Where you keep digging those fantasies?

Oh that's right - it was a Muslim dressed up as Arkan! Silly me.

I'd laugh but I actually feel sorry for you.

60 posted on 07/20/2005 5:26:21 AM PDT by johnnyBbad
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To: johnnyBbad
The town was divided, as I posted to you earlier. The Muslims controlled some highground and also were shooting frequently at Sarajevo (the Serb suburb Ilidza) from Mount Igman. Mount Igman looks according to this map to be outside of Sarajevo - so much for the deceptive, simplistic propaganda of only Muslims being in Sarajevo while Serbs were the only ones surrounding it in the mountains. Look particularly at the last map below. Ilidza is located in the lower left and below it is a black arrow pointing to Igman (must be Mount Igman and it is outside the map). In the transcripts of some of that testimony I posted, the UN officers said Mount Igman was around 2 miles from Ilidza (they used kilometers and I converted it to miles.) The line of confrontation snaked through the middle of the city practically.


63 posted on 07/20/2005 4:15:58 PM PDT by joan
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To: johnnyBbad

“the world” knew very well what happened.

"A few days ago Mr. Boutros Ghali informed me that the projectile which hit the Markale marketplace in Sarajevo was an act of (Bosnian) Muslim provocation". President Mitterrand of France, 1995
http://www.fantompowa.net/Flame/bosnia_sarajevo.htm

“the world” just decided to punish Serbs for Muslim bombs. “the world” was pretty much like you – they keep coming with new, fantastic excuses for Muslim side. Which is why the West is loosing war on terror:
http://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/News/Trifkovic04/NewsST040804.html

As for Arkan, he is not usually blamed for sweeping through the Drina Valley. If you have some information feel free to share them with us.

And I do not feel sorry for you – you feeling of sorrow can be contributed to the fact that Serbs did not wait to be slaughtered like 1941.


66 posted on 07/20/2005 6:00:35 PM PDT by zagor-te-nej (http://emperors-clothes.com/sreb/mem.htm)
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To: johnnyBbad

When on

April 8 1992

he ended up on the hydroelectric plant and dam in Visegrad, threatening general Kukanjac that by destroying the dam he would destroy all bridges on the Drina, he was in the same situation as most of Bosniaks.
http://www.ex-yupress.com/slobos/slobos5.html


69 posted on 07/22/2005 4:32:56 PM PDT by zagor-te-nej (http://emperors-clothes.com/sreb/mem.htm)
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