Too bad Kahlid's wounds weren't fatal.
It shows, from the Mujahideen's own words that they were in intense combat operations with the Serbs - he describes it as heavier than Afghanistan.
He was also shot when he was face to face with a Serb.
The Croats and others claim that Serbs didn't do much fighting against the Mujahideen, and the international community tries fictionalize Serbs claims that they were fighting these people. Yet in the details of the fighting by the fighters themselves, not to mention war footage and photos, there is plenty of evidence of Serbs fighting well armed and supplied combatants - whether local or foreign. The Serbs were outnumbered, by fighting forces, in Bosnia. They were tortured, killed and mutilated (whether before, during or after death) by the Muslims.
This man was fighting with the local Muslims "Green Berets" and was treated in their hospital and transported by a Bosnian Muslim Army helicopter. An Army many try to claim didn't exist and that they were only people fighting with rusty old guns - a lie.
Oh, barf, I can't go on... Hey, Guardian, stop trying to humanize these swine.
At this point, a friend at the qat chew hissed at Khalid in Arabic: 'Why are you telling him this? Don't talk about these things.'
'I have nothing to hide,' Khalid told him.
Jihadist cockroach. Has nothing to hide, but scurries out of the light. These Westerners he's befriended will be sorry when he encounters another "worthy cause" in the future.
Now he is a British problem...
The boy sounds to me like he goes from one country to another looking for trouble, Addicted to killing. Now the Brits have him. Bet your butt they will have to hunt him down some day.
More inconvenient truths come to light to discomfort our resident Pro-Islamofascist cheerleaders!
Or how about hoplite, tony cavenaugh or mark "some #" infantry....those guys ALWAYS say they were in the Balkans. LOL!!
Yale has offered the guy a scholarship.
This 'khalid' person is some kind of drug addict. Figures. Drug addicts are always losers.
Good post Joan.
After Khalid spent a week in prison they let him out, just like they always did. They didn't have enough evidence to keep him. When he was released, his next-door neighbours, mostly white Britons, were there to welcome him home. 'I might doubt my own son,' one old man said, 'but I'll always believe Khalid.' Most of the Yemenis and other Muslims who had been Khalid's friends had deserted him when he was arrested, fearing for their own safety. When he saw his British neighbours standing by him, Khalid couldn't help bawling.
After the arrest, Khalid returned to Iraq for two more months in 2004, in part to honour the memory of Wa'il. Living in safe houses, he once again went out on raids against the Americans. The heaviest fighting he saw was in Al Qa'im, where 30 Arabs and more than a hundred Iraqis fought for a week against the Americans. Khalid saw seven brothers killed, mostly from Syria and Saudi Arabia. He believed the insurgents killed about 10 soldiers from the other side.