Skip to comments.Al Qaeda Death Videos also contributed by affiliated groups in Bosnia, Chechnya
Posted on 08/19/2002 5:43:00 PM PDT by Destro
This is an excerpt of an item not much commented on in this story.
Qaeda Videos Seem to Show Chemical Tests
Mon Aug 19, 3:15 PM ET
By JUDITH MILLER The New York Times
The archive includes instruction tapes on bomb-making and on how to shoot surface-to-air weapons, as well as the first meeting of Osama bin Laden ( news - web sites) and other Qaeda leaders with foreign journalists in May 1998, and other tapes often violent contributed by affiliated groups in Bosnia, Chechnya ( news - web sites), Somalia, Sudan and elsewhere.
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IMO, they were the the teachers and officers. The KLA didn't rise from ashes.
If only we had some way of enforcing accountablilty upon people who simply spout whatever statements fit their worldview and then blunder off into the next thread when challenged...
What you avoid is the Bosnian al-Qaida link. On Monday's PBS Newshour broadcast the author of this very article described the Bosnian and Chechen tapes and said that the contents were so shocking, so disturbing that they would probably never be aired.
Tropoljac wants the world to forget Croatia's role as a middle man in al-Qaida's access into Bosnia. The Stars and Stripes article makes him go ape.
Tropo still has yet to post where I said these things he claims I have. What my opinion can be read in my first commentary to the post.
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As stated previously, you reference material with which you are not familiar.
To wit, put the actual quote from the Newshour program:
JUDITH MILLER: Well, that was the amazing part is that this carefully cataloged material included large amounts of tape that had been sent in from al-Qaida want-to-be's, these affiliated organizations that were carrying on their own jihads in Kashmir, in Sudan, Somalia - there were contributions from all over the world. They wanted to be included in this al-Qaida connection, and I think some of the most stomach churning and difficult material I saw came from Chechnya and Bosnia where the Jihadis were engaged in civil strife against the Russians, and some of that may in fact be too difficult for CNN to broadcast.
together with the FBI report you so ignorantly misrepresented earlier
Although Al-Qaeda functions independently of other terrorist organizations, it also functions through some of the terrorist organizations that operate under its umbrella or with its support, including: the Al-Jihad, the Al-Gamma Al-Islamiyya (Islamic Group - led by Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and later by Ahmed Refai Taha, a/k/a "Abu Yasser al Masri,"), Egyptian Islamic Jihad, and a number of jihad groups in other countries, including the Sudan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Somalia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bosnia, Croatia, Albania, Algeria, Tunisia, Lebanon, the Philippines, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, the Kashmiri region of India, and the Chechen region of Russia.
and and then explain to us how you can continue to make your claims of Al Quaeda being in Bosnia.
They were wanna-be's in Bosnia - just like you're a "Washington influence" wanna be here.
And save the fig comment for someone who hasn't seen you grappling with other posters over Macedonia and it's place in history - not everybody suffers from a short attention span or faulty memory as you do.
Everytime you post you prove my point. Serb and Russian victims of Bosnian and Chechen Muslim fighters who were tortured to death as snuff film trophies for al-Qaida.
Thanks for the FBI confirmation that Al-Qaeda functions through some of the terrorist organizations that operate under its umbrella or with its support, including Albania, Bosnia Chechnya and Croatia.
How many Muslims live in Catholic Croatia?
Notice how they leave out "and Serbs" after "Russians". I doubt the footage of atrocities committed in Bosnia hardly involves Russian victims (if any), but is mainly of Serbs.
Just ask crazykatz - she saw a video of Serbs being killed when she was at a Bosnian Muslim's residence in the U.S.
Maybe the fighting, but I think the Mujahadeen probably killed more civilian Serbs in undefended towns and those Serbs within Muslim population centers. Also, the Bosnian Muslims had many Serbs in prisons/secret prisons, and Mujahadeen participated in the tortures and killings. Just as the Sandzak Muslims were allowed to visit these places - like the Silo at Tarcin - and beat the Serbs, the Mujahadeen did likewise.
Besides, there is photographic evidence of their crimes against Serbs on the net - the three headless Serbian POWs, for example.
Also, the videos of those tortured in Bosnia - the ones so upsetting the reporters that they refuse to air them - those would more likely be of captives than fighting scenes. Fighting scenes would much more likely be of quicker kills, and not the graphic torture with a camera set up.
crazykatz, didn't you say specifically that those you saw being killed by the Muslims in Bosnia were "young Serbs"? Would you say they were prisoners or captives being killed or those dying on a battlefield of sorts? Were they indoors or outside, and how were they being killed?
This is all too much for you to comprehend, isn't it?