Skip to comments.Kosovo: Thin line between hero and killer
Posted on 07/15/2007 10:06:06 AM PDT by kronos77
And though he now stands accused of murdering Serb civilians nine years ago, as prime minister he aided U.N. efforts to protect the remaining Serbian minority in Kosovo.
In a 37-count indictment, Haradinaj and his Kosovo Liberation Army unit are accused of a "widespread and systematic" campaign to intimidate, abduct, rape and murder Serb civilians and Albanians who refused to cooperate. His "Black Eagles" killed at least 40 people between March and September 1998 and expelled thousands more, the indictment says.
One of Haradinaj's lieutenants and co-defendants, Idriz Balaj, is accused of some of the more grisly deeds, including slicing off the ears and noses of his victims who were still alive and, in one case, wrapping three men in barbed wire, hammering the spikes into their flesh and dragging them behind his car.
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What a sordid little affair Clinton got us into ...
As I said at the time, if I should oppose genocide in the name of "Greater Serbia", why shouldn't I oppose it in the name of "Greater Albania"?
I never got a good answer on that one...
Non-muslim people from the Balkans (the vast majority of the population) still cannot fathom why the U.S. helped a murderous muslim terrorist organization a.k.a KLA. My answer is that for the Clintons and their clique, if you are a Christian, esp. from European descent, you probably should not exist.
Haradinaj? He is a psychopath. A murdering Muslim Albanian psychopath!
Is that “thin line” bold enough now?