Tim Judah's "Kosovo: War and Revenge" is a good primer, if you're really interested.
If you're not, Kosovo's history is like the "Itchy and Scratchy" show, except with real blood, where the role of victim changes back and forth with the passing of the years.
Prior to the conflict in former Yugoslavia, what was the percent of Muslims in Kosovo and what was the percent of Serbs in Kosovo? Article here the other day stated Kosovo was only 10% Serbian, nowadays.
Really?....You might also want to look at Judah's book: The Serbs: History, Myth & the Destruction of Yugoslavia.
In short, I don't think either Judah's or my (overall) point of view would be consistent with yours, Hoplite.