PRISTINA -- Albanian activists slashed the tires of about twenty UNMIK jeeps.
The jeeps were parked across the street from the Pristina International Administration, and were vandalised by activists of the Movement of Kosovo Albanians for the Freedom of Choice, who want the UN mission to exit the region.
At the time of the incident, UNMIK Chief Soeren Jessen Petersen was meeting with Portuguese President Aníbal Cavaco Silva inside the building. The activities put an F in front and a D in behind the letters UN on the jeeps to spell FUND, which means the end in Albanian.
The movement, lead by student Aljbin Kurti, also opposes the direct discussions regarding the Kosovo status question between Belgrade and Pristina.
I wonder how long it will be before the KLA begins slitting the throats of the UN troops?
Beheading their enemies, which they define as anyone who gets in their way, is an aspect of their faith, after all.