Does anyone have details on this “Kosovo re-Christianization” plan I’ve been hearing about? I don’t have much in the way of details, but an old Serb-Canadian friend of mine, said that a large group among the millions in the Serb Diaspora— Serb-Canadians, Serb-Americans, Serbs in Britain, Serb-Australians— is organizing an effort to bring Christians from the Serb Diaspora back into Kosovo, to build churches there (throughout Kosovo) both in areas where churches were razed and otherwise.
It’s a peaceful effort, though obviously with armed guards in the more tense areas, but since the Serb diaspora in these countries still have citizenship rights in Kosovo (which is still within Serbia under international law), they have the right to build churches within Kosovo. So that’s what they’re doing. And since arrogant Britain (one of the anti-Christian leaders of the hate-Serb group in the West, right behind Bill Clinton himself), Canada and Australia (one of the early recognizers of Kosovo) are all Dhimmified already, I have no qualms about Serb Diaspora leaving them to help bring Christianity back to Kosovo. The Muslim Kosovars would be welcome in Dhimmified Britain, Canada and Australia anyway.
Also, word is it that this is one of the first examples of Serb-Croatian cooperation, since this organization (whatever its name) was founded in part by a Croat expat, who sees the threat of Muslim Dhimmitude within Kosovo— with participation also by Macedonians, Montenegrins and Bosnians.
Anyway, sounds like a great idea to me, but I haven’t been able to get further details on it. Anyone here know more about this effort?
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