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  • Violence likely in Kosovo, US

    02/07/2008 9:02:53 AM PST · by montyspython · 12 replies · 60+ views
    SERBIANNA ^ | February 7, 2008
    Violence likely in Kosovo, US February 7, 2008 SERBIANNA In the Annual Threat Assessment of the Director of National Intelligence to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, J. Michael McConnell says that the Balkans will be "unsettled in 2008" because of the independence drive by the Kosovo Albanians. "We judge that the Balkans will remain unsettled in 2008 as Kosovo’s drive for independence from Serbia comes to a head and inter-ethnic relations in Bosnia worsen," says McConnell. Kosovo is a Serbian province ruled by Muslim Albanian separatists that have vowed violence if their demands for independence are not met by...
  • Kosovo Independence Dead

    09/19/2007 10:49:25 AM PDT · by montyspython · 19 replies · 85+ views
    Serbianna.com ^ | Tuesday, September 18, 2007
    Kosovo Independence Dead Tuesday, September 18, 2007 SERBIANNA International negotiators have announced that independence for Kosovo is no longer an option in talks to establish a viable status for this Serbian province and instead international negotiators, known as the troika, will focus on an "internationally supervised status for Kosovo". "I would say that we will try to reach a status solution which will provide for an internationally supervised status for Kosovo. I would leave open independence. I would rather talk about a strong supervised status," said a troika member Wolfgang Ischinger who is from Germany. The end of the road...
  • Resurrecting Yugoslavia

    06/07/2007 8:46:19 AM PDT · by montyspython · 126 replies · 1,411+ views
    FrontPage magazine ^ | June 6, 2007 | Julia Gorin
    Resurrecting Yugoslavia By Julia GorinFrontPageMagazine.com | June 6, 2007Western powers led by the United States went to great lengths to abolish a pluralistic society called Yugoslavia, encouraging its component ethnicities to assert their identities and vie for their own little slice of land based on those separate identities. Yet as soon as one of those separate identities that we’ve buttressed misbehaves, suddenly we bring Yugoslavia back from the dead. Witness the strategic and ubiquitous use of the word “Yugoslav” in virtually every media report describing the four Albanian suspects in the recently foiled Fort Dix plot. When that aggressively...
  • “Refugees from the Former Yugoslavia”

    05/11/2007 8:25:36 AM PDT · by montyspython · 26 replies · 871+ views
    chroniclesmagazine.org ^ | Thomas Fleming
    “Refugees from the Former Yugoslavia” by Thomas Fleming Thomas J. FlemingThe six foreigners who planned a mass-murder at Fort Dix were originally described (by the FBI apparently) as being from the Former Yugoslavia. My initial question was Bosnian Muslim or Albanians? If the men had been Serbs, the term would have to have been “Serb terrorists.” As the story is being reported now, none is in fact from Yugoslavia. Of the six “Islamic militants” (one cannot say Muslim terrorists), one is from our ally Jordan, a second from our ally Turkey, and the other four are from Albania. The only...
  • Albanians Set Fire to Serb-Owned Kosovo Forests

    04/24/2007 7:38:01 AM PDT · by montyspython · 8 replies · 489+ views
    Albanian Way of Hijacking Kosovo Province — Burn It All! After razing to the ground over 150 Serbian churches and monasteries, there are very few left to destroy and those that still remain are heavily guarded day and night by the foreign troops. The ground where glorious medieval Christian churches once stood is today mostly cleared and the new mosques, memorials and monuments to terrorist KLA/UCK have been erected in their place. A number of Serbian villages have also been burned during the NATO-brought “peace”, since the summer of 1999, especially during the March 2004 Kristallnacht, another mass expulsion of...
  • Kosovo Albanian drug-boss admits friendship with al Qaeda leader

    09/28/2006 11:12:18 AM PDT · by montyspython · 3 replies · 230+ views
    serbianna.com ^ | September 28, 2006
    Kosovo Albanian drug-boss admits friendship with al Qaeda leader September 28, 2006 -- A Kosovo Albanian drug-boss, Princ Dobrosi, says that he is a friend of a Pakistani-born al Qaeda leader Arfan Qaeder Bhatti who was recently arrested in Norway on charges of planning to terrorize Israeli and American embassies in Oslo, Norway. According to a Czech daily Mlada fronta Dnes, Bhatti has solicited operational help from a Kosovo Albanian drug-boss Princ Dobrosi in order to plan attacks on the Czhech capital, Prague. "We got acquainted in the Ringerike prison in Norway a few years ago," Dobrosi admitted to the...
  • UN Official Voices 'Outrage' at Attack on Serb Family

    09/21/2006 8:27:31 AM PDT · by montyspython · 7 replies · 231+ views
    newsblaze ^ | 9/21/2006
    UN Official Voices 'Outrage' at Attack on Serb Family A senior United Nations official today expressed outrage at an attack on a Kosovo Serb family in which four people were wounded in an explosion at their home in the Albanian-majority Serbian province administered by the world body ever since Western forces drove out Yugoslav troops in 1999 amid grave rights abuses in ethnic fighting. "We condemn this act of violence directed at innocent people," Secretary-General Kofi Annan's Principal Deputy Special Representative Steven Schook said of last night's blast in the town of Klina, which followed a recent spate of grenade...
  • Kosovo: The emerging terror state

    04/24/2006 9:13:20 AM PDT · by montyspython · 37 replies · 618+ views
    Serbianna.com ^ | M Bozinovic
    Kosovo: The emerging terror state By M. Bozinovich Back in February, we spoke with Julia Gorin, a contributing commentator for the Jewish World Report and Front Page Magazine, about Kosovo and its links with the Islamic terror. The conversation eventually lended a front page cover for the Belgrade independent Weekly Telegraph, abut here we are transmitting it in its original, long format. Why does the US have an ambiguous position on the Kosovo status: it publicly supports a negotiated solution, while privately numerous individuals involved in those negotiations support independence? What does that mean? Bush does want a negotiated solution,...
  • Today Kosovo - Tomorrow Israel and the West

    04/14/2006 8:01:24 AM PDT · by montyspython · 4 replies · 386+ views
    Serbiann.com ^ | Miroljub Jevtic, Ph.D.
    Today Kosovo - Tomorrow Israel and the West By Miroljub Jevtic, Ph.D. Negotiations regarding the future status of Kosovo have begun and it is increasingly clear that the overwhelming majority of the world media, not to mention the government of the United States and its allies, favor giving independence to the Serbian province of Kosovo, which since the 1999 war has been administered by the United Nations under NATO military control. In effect, the western world is in favor of detaching Kosovo from (Christian) Serbia by fiat of power and making it into an independent Muslim state. The main argument...
  • Why is a bombed mosque major news, while bombed churches are ignored?

    02/27/2006 6:38:50 AM PST · by montyspython · 40 replies · 1,209+ views
    Renew America ^ | February 26, 2006 | Mary Mostert
    Why is a bombed mosque major news, while bombed churches are ignored? Mary Mostert February 26, 2006 The front page of my local paper last Thursday was taken up with color pictures and the Los Angeles Time article about the bombing of the Shiite Golden Dome Mosque of Samarra, Iraq and the repercussions of that bombing — presumably by radical Sunni Muslims. According to the media, this battle between Muslim sects may lead to civil war. I haven't written about it because I'm still scratching my head trying to figure out why the bombing of one mosque in Iraq in...
  • British diplomat says Kosovo can win independence

    02/07/2006 5:48:06 AM PST · by Banat · 12 replies · 390+ views
    Reuters ^ | Feb 6, 2006 | S. Buza
    By Shaban Buza PRISTINA, Serbia and Montenegro (Reuters) - The United Nations-run province of Kosovo can win independence from Serbia in negotiations this year if it shows enough democratic maturity, a senior British diplomat said on Monday. "The more the leaders of Kosovo can reach out to the other communities and show that Kosovo is a mature democracy, the more fully an independence can be delivered," John Sawers, the political director of the Foreign Office, told reporters after meeting Kosovo Albanian leaders in the capital, Pristina. The comments are in line with what diplomats have been saying in private for...
  • Former Yugoslav President Denies Being a Witness at The Hague

    07/05/2002 6:21:15 AM PDT · by Banat · 6 replies · 182+ views
    FS | July 5
    Former Yugoslav President Denies Being a Witness at The Hague The former President of Yugoslavia Zoran Lilichh (1993 – 1997) has denied that he will be going to The Hague, saying his showing at The Hague as a witness for the prosecution is “out of the question”. I will go there only if my country decides I should and if I go, I will first give my testimony about everything I have to say to our government, said Mr. Lilich. The former President says he “doesn’t follow the trial on a regular basis” but that he thinks that Mr....