Yeah, I did. And the thesis that the locals are being held back for martyrdom operations in the Balkans flies directly in the face of our experience there over the last decade, whereas their being used for operations elsewhere suffers from the same defect as the Iraqi and Afghan story - a complete lack of supporting evidence.
Only you, Hoppie, could refer to reports by a British journalist, a Bosnian Muslim paper out of Sarajevo, an Austrian Bank and a US Republican aide as (Serb) "revisionist BS".
Osama's never been to the Balkans in person. Regardless of what you or Slobo's friends imagine, that's the best information to date.
Furthermore, Osama's efforts there were covered in detail by Evan Kohlmann, and contrary to Mr. Bodansky's writings, they were and continue to be a failure due to the local's lack of interest in Osama's cause.
Which leaves us with the Serbs. Contrary to your assertion that "that was then, this is now", now is still being colored by then, as evidenced by Serbia's continued isolation over the matter of Ratko Mladic. (But maybe Secretary Rice decertified Serbia back in June of this year because she's an Ustashi too, huh Boka?)
And as I understand it, your "experience over there" consisted of flipping pancakes on a military base while watching hours of CNN. Yes, YOU are so much more credible than Defense & Foreign Affairs, The Wall Street Journal, and a London Times Reporter! Wow, we can rest easy now that YOU'VE given us the "all clear", Hoppie!
Gee, where is Mark the Albanian, to fawn all over you and tell us what a "good soldier" you were? Missed his cue. He's probably watching fellow (Kosovo)Albanian, Tony Dovolani on "Dancing with the Stars"!