Since this started .. I never got straight .. who's who ... what's a Serb, what's an Albanian, what's a Kosavar and all the other words attributed to this region.
Serb is a Ortodox Christian. Kosovo is Holy land of Serbs, Albanians are Muslim tribes from Albania, that immigrated to Kosovo from 18th century, but moist of them during nazi occupation in WWII (they were Hitlers allies) and during Communism occupation of Serbia. Kosovo is part of Serbia.
Clinton supported Albanian terrorista and Islamists from 1995-1999 and than he openly attacked Serbia when Serbia crushed Islamistic rebellion on Kosovo. Clinton did that to divert public eye from his croches and Monica Lewinsky. Than after 78 days of destruction of Serbia, the Christian country UN and NATO troops entered Kosovo allowing M<uslims to massacre and athnicaly cleams Christian and Jewwish population.
Bush is now continuing the legacy of uor truly WJ 9BJ) clinton.
Got that right? :)
Here's the way I see it. A Serb's a Serb (from Serbia). An Albanian, as refered to in this article, is someone who hails from Albania, or perhaps more likely in this case, is of Albanian descent living in Kosovo (a part of Serbia), and they are muslims. Kosovo has a majority of Albanians but is Serbian, and is extremely important to Serbia culturally and historically. A Kosovar is someone, Serbian or Albanian, living in Kosovo.
It's kind of like Southern California. Southern California's part of America, with Americans living there, but there's a majority of Mexicans (or Americans who identify with Mexico, and thus really aren't Americans). So, in this example, America would be Serbia, SoCal would be Kosovo, and Mexicans would be Albanians.
That's the way I see it at least. I could very well be wrong ;) I apologize if this came across as patronizing.
There is no such people as "Kosovars". There are Albanian Muslims in Serbian Kosovo who twist the name of this land into KosovA and who got named by the Western media as "Kosovars" to create the illusion that there is such nation so the Serbs and Gypsies have no right to stay there.
Anyhow, to see what the 'Kosovans' are up to in Britain, one of their biggest supporters for independence, I use the term 'Kosovan' in news searches, and lo and behold, check out today's entry:
Refugee rapist sent to prison
A Kosovan refugee from Brentford who raped and nearly smothered a Polish woman to whom he offered a lift, was jailed for seven years and recommended for deportation.
Driton Shkoza, 28, of Town Meadows, Brentford, picked up the 28 year-old woman as she waited at a bus stop outside Ealing Broadway Station in the early hours of March 7 last year.
He left her bleeding, bruised and traumatised in an Osterley car park less than an hour later.
"The defendant said he knew her and she thought he might have been a customer in a caf where she used to work in Wood Green," prosecutor Rosie Burns told an earlier trial at Isleworth Crown Court.
"She told him she was going to her boyfriend's home in Greenford and he offered her a lift which she declined at first.
"Eventually she agreed and they went to his car parked in Windsor Road."
After a while she noticed he was driving in the wrong direction and he drove her to the car park of Osterley Rugby Club where she tried to get away.
Ms Burns said: "He dragged her back in to the car causing injuries to her legs and cuts in her trousers. He blocked her nose and her mouth with his hands causing her difficulty in breathing as he forced her down onto the back seat of the car where he raped her," said Ms Burns.
When he had finished and his victim begged him to let her go, he offered her a lift home.
But she got out of the car and "in an emotional state", and flagged down a motorist who called the police.
When the traumatised victim was examined, Shkoza's DNA was found and eventually it was matched with DNA taken from him over an immigration offence in September.
Shkoza denied raping the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, and claimed they had sex with her consent. But the jury found him guilty.
Defence counsel, Anthony Dalgleish, said Shkoza came from a difficult Albanian background in Kosovo where members of his family were still missing.
Jailing him, Judge Hezlett Colgan said: "You were convicted on the clearest possible evidence. Rape is always a serious matter and this had aggravating features. You used excessive force to restrain your victim when she tried to escape and you threatened to kill her if she didn't comply."