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  • German sources suggest Bosnia-linked cell preparing new UK attack

    09/13/2005 9:12:31 AM PDT · by joan · 131 replies · 1,789+ views
    Serbianna ^ | September 13, 2005
    Text of report by Udo Ulfkotte entitled "Security circles: Indications of a third London terror cell", published by German news agency ddp on 12 September September 12, 2005 --Frankfurt am Main: There are indications that the Al-Qa'idah terror organization has an intact network operating in the Balkans. Sources within the Federal Intelligence Service (BND) intimate that both the Madrid terrorists, and some of those who perpetrated the London bombings, had "contacts with Bosnia". These sources told ddp news agency that European intelligence services had "vague indications that another terror cell controlled from Bosnia is preparing a new attack on London"....

    11/01/2001 7:29:19 AM PST · by Andy from Beaverton · 19 replies · 3,115+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 10/31/01 | Daria Sito-Sucic
    US Attacks Put Spotlight on Bosnia Muslim Community By Daria Sito-SucicGORNJA MAOCA, Bosnia (Reuters) - This idyllic Bosnian village seems a world away from the rubble of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. But Muslims here say outsiders treat them with increased suspicion after the Sept. 11 attacks on New York and Washington.``I have never fired a bullet, and they call me a terrorist,'' said Abdulah, a bearded 27-year-old who last year moved to the northern village of Gornja Maoca with his wife and three children for a life devoted to their religion.But some local people regard him and ...
  • Film on Bosnian war rapes stirs Berlin fest

    02/13/2006 8:32:47 AM PST · by voletti · 20 replies · 1,283+ views
    Financial Express ^ | 2/12/06 | Reuters
    BERLIN, FEBRUARY 13: A moving drama about Bosnia's post-war trauma and the lingering impact of the systematic rape of Bosnian women by Serb soldiers won cheers at its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival on Sunday. Grbavica spotlights a hushed-up topic of mass rapes in Bosnia during the siege of Sarajevo with a tear-jerking story of a Muslim woman who tries to hide the grisly truth of the past to protect her daughter. The film, seen by critics as one of the Berlinale's best so far, is told against the backdrop of Sarajevo's struggle to come to terms with...
  • British Jury Convicts Muslim Cleric (Abu Hamza)

    02/07/2006 5:21:47 AM PST · by Eurotwit · 116 replies · 4,831+ views
    AP ^ | February 7th, 2006 | AP
    LONDON - A British jury convicted radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri on Tuesday of fomenting racial hatred and inciting his followers to kill non-Muslims. Al-Masri, 47, the former imam at London's Finsbury Park mosque, also was convicted of possessing a terrorist document and threatening or abusive recordings. Al-Masri, Britain's best-known Islamist orator, could receive a maximum sentence of life in prison. The jury of seven men and five women found al-Masri guilty on seven of nine charges of soliciting murder. He also was convicted on two of four charges of stirring racial hatred. Though asked to stand for the...

    02/04/2006 12:59:01 PM PST · by joan · 98 replies · 2,981+ views ^ | February 3, 2006 | Andy Wilcoxson
    The trial of Slobodan Milosevic resumed on Friday with the testimony of Ms. Eva Prentice. Ms. Prentice is a British journalist who has covered the Balkans for both The Guardian and the London Times newspapers since the 1980s. Over the course of her career she visited the former Yugoslavia at least forty times. Ms. Prentice testified that she was concerned by non-objective reporting in the Western media. She said that Western politicians and journalists presented the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia in terms of good vs. evil. She said that Serbs were demonized and portrayed as evil while Kosovo-Albanians, Croats,...
  • US backs Kosovo incentives for Serbs

    01/30/2006 1:54:34 AM PST · by kronos77 · 43 replies · 793+ views
    he US yesterday made the case for offering Serbia incentives to reach agreement in negotiations over the final status of Kosovo, while setting out the possibility of independence for the province if the ethnic Albanian majority accepted compromises to accommodate its Serbian minority. Nicholas Burns, undersecretary of state, told a Senate hearing the US was neither championing independence nor autonomy for Kosovo. But diplomats said his testimony was a clear signal the US looked favourably on independence, under certain conditions. In what diplomats also called a significant policy statement, Mr Burns made clear the US had no objection to independence...
  • Abu Hamza appears at Old Bailey ahead of trial [Captain Hook]

    01/09/2006 8:51:24 AM PST · by Alouette · 5 replies · 389+ views
    AFP ^ | Jan. 9, 2006
    LONDON (AFP) - Abu Hamza al-Masri, the one-eyed, hook-handed Islamist cleric, appeared before London's main criminal court charged with soliciting the murder of Jews and non-Muslims and other alleged crimes. Hamza, the former imam of Finsbury Park mosque in north London, faces a total of 15 charges, including nine of "soliciting to murder" and four of using language aimed at stirring up racial hatred. One of the charges is under the Terrorism Act 2000, accusing him of possessing a document, "The Encyclopaedia of the Afghani Jihad", which contained information "of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing...

    09/28/2005 3:23:06 PM PDT · by joan · 9 replies · 441+ views
    AKI ^ | September 28
    Brcko, 28 Sept. (AKI) - Croats in the northeastern Bosnian town of Brcko have asked local authorities to protect them, after receiving threats from an extremist Islamic group in the nearby village of Gornja Maoca, local media reported today. Brcko is a multi-ethnic town under international control, with a mixed Muslim, Croat and Serb population, but a community of Wahhabi Muslims has settled nearby, preaching the most radical form of Islam. Bosnia's majority Muslim population has radicalised since the 1992-1995 civil war when hundreds of mujahadeen from other Muslim countries came to fight on their side - with many remaining...
  • Ex-Security Chief Blows Whistle on UN's Kosovo Mission

    09/27/2005 3:12:03 PM PDT · by joan · 27 replies · 1,880+ views
    AINA ^ | September 27, 2005 | Sherrie Gossett
    Following five years of United Nations control and billions of dollars of international aid, Kosovo is a lawless region "owned" by the Albanian mafia, characterized by continuing ethnic cleansing and subject to increasing infiltration by al Qaeda-linked Muslim jihadists, according to a whistleblower interviewed by Cybercast News Service. The U.N.'s repeated failure to act on received intelligence has allowed illegal paramilitary groups to flourish and engage in terrorist attacks aimed at destabilizing regional governments in the Balkans, said Thomas Gambill, a former security chief with the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), self-described as the world's largest regional...
  • Was Mohammed Atta Overlooked?

    08/14/2005 11:22:47 AM PDT · by george76 · 52 replies · 1,325+ views
    New questions about whether the U.S. had information about the 9/11 mastermind years before the attacks Just how damning are allegations by Congressman Curt Weldon that a secret Pentagon intelligence operation pegged hijacker Mohammed Atta as a threat nearly two years before he led the 9/11 attacks? When Weldon first made the charge in a new book and in a June speech on the House floor, it met with little attention, but perhaps due to the August heat or the approaching fourth anniversary of the attacks, the accusation ignited controversy last week. The question is whether it has any substance....
  • Attack on Italy within 6 months

    07/14/2005 7:42:40 PM PDT · by zagor-te-nej · 11 replies · 791+ views
    ANSA ^ | July 14, 2005 | zagor-te-nej
    TERRORISM: FORMER IMAM CARMAGNOLA, ATTACK on ITALY WITHIN 6 MONTHS ROME, 12 July - "Within six months Italy will undergo a chemical attack. It is the time to hit Berlusconi and it will happen in little time". This is claim made by Abdel Qader Fadlallah Mamour, the former imam of Carmagnola follower of Bin Laden, already expelled from our country. He said this in the course in an interview released to 'Countercurrent', of Sky TG24. Interview will go on air this evening. To the question on what organization it is preparing the attack, Mamour makes reference "to the brigades of...
  • EXCLUSIVE: UK Spy Identifies Groups and People Behind London Bombings

    07/08/2005 9:00:29 AM PDT · by freeper1995 · 62 replies · 2,976+ views
    Global Politician ^ | 7/7/2005 | David Storobin Interviewing Glen Jenvey, UK intel operative
    Glen Jenvey worked for several military attachés covering terrorist groups, including al-Qaida and their members in Britain. His stings led to the capture of Abu Hamza al-Masri, a major terrorist and multiple other terrorists. He has been profiled and interviewed in major media across the globe, including in the US, UK, Russia, India, etc. Neil Doyle wrote a book entitled "Terror Tracker" about Mr. Jenvey. ... Glen Jenvey: The group is linked directly to terrorists associated with Abu Hamza, who's in jail due in large part to my efforts for British intelligence. The group is also tied to other clerics...
  • Serbs, Lies, and Videotape

    06/16/2005 9:19:22 AM PDT · by Destro · 154 replies · 2,421+ views ^ | June 17, 2005 | Julia Gorin
    Serbs, Lies, and Videotape By Julia Gorin | June 17, 2005 Recently, “Hannity & Colmes”, of the usually less-easily-fooled-than-other-networks Fox News Channel, treated us masses to a “genocide” video that’s just been handed over to the Hague’s International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). Pouring even more gasoline onto the carefully cultivated and long accepted caricature of the evil Serb, Sean Hannity and Alan Colmes were of one mind when Hannity called the actions of the Bosnian Serb soldiers in the video “pure evil” and “evil incarnate.” Without being wrong about evil on display in the video, the...
  • Madrid Bombers Trained at Bosnia-Based Al Qaeda Camps

    05/10/2005 7:23:28 PM PDT · by Doctor13 · 56 replies · 1,504+ views
    NOVINITE (BULGARIA) ^ | 10 May 2005
    The terrorists that carried out the Madrid bombings in March 2004 have been trained at special Al Qaeda based in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The news was broken Tuesday by the chief of the local police department Dragomir Andan at a special press conference. RIA Novosti cited the top police chief as saying that all 11 terrorists left for Spain passing through Sarajevo. It was also reported that the explosives used in the terror acts were produced in Bosnia. A total of 192 people were killed and over 1,500 others were injured in the March 11, 2004 attacks in Madrid.
  • Anti-Serb programs in Kosovo

    04/21/2005 3:34:18 AM PDT · by Doctor13 · 19 replies · 492+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 10 April 2005 | Stella L. Jatras
    Greek Foreign Minister Panayiotis Molyviatis wrote in these pages March 25, "A return to the pre-1999 status quo is no longer a realistic option. Kosovo must remain multiethnic." With all due respect, Mr. Molyviatis is way off base. "Remain multiethnic"? Multiethnicity in Kosovo died when President Clinton supported Osama bin Laden's Kosovo Liberation Army, an army of which The Washington Times' own Jerry Seper wrote in May 1999, "Some members of the Kosovo Liberation Army, which has financed its war effort through the sale of heroin, were trained in terrorist camps run by international fugitive Osama bin Laden."
  • UN Discovers Human Remains in Kosovo Cave ("Non-Albanians" mass grave after NATO's takeover)

    04/18/2005 8:22:35 AM PDT · by Destro · 49 replies · 1,183+ views ^ | Mon 18 Apr 2005 | "PA"
    Mon 18 Apr 2005 3:54pm (UK) UN Discovers Human Remains in Kosovo Cave "PA" The United Nations in Kosovo said today they had discovered a cave allegedly used to secretly dispose of the human remains of non-Albanians in Kosovo killed during a war in 1998-1999. Initial findings indicated the area “was used to secretly dispose of human remains, and could be related to the disappearances” of non-Albanians in Kosovo in 1998, the UN statement said. The UN-run Office on Missing Persons and Forensics began excavating the cave and its surrounding area in Klina, some 30 miles west of the province’s...

    04/05/2005 4:56:49 PM PDT · by joan · 50 replies · 905+ views
    PARIS, April 4 (AFP) - A haul of some 100 kilograms (220 pounds) of Semtex explosives seized at the weekend by French police in the northern town of Hazebrouck came from Bosnia and was destined for the criminal underground, justice officials said Monday. Five people were detained after the Czech-made explosives, along with a stock of detonators, were found on Saturday concealed in a lorry containing metal parts bound for a company in the area. Three were arrested at the scene and two others -- the suspected purchasers of the Semtex -- were detained later in Paris. The ring-leader was...
  • Detroit Terror Arrest

    03/29/2005 7:13:10 AM PST · by Pikamax · 89 replies · 4,389+ views
    AP ^ | 03/29/05 | AP
    Detroit Terror Arrest A former Detroit Public Schools official accused of extremist ties. DETROIT (AP) - A former Detroit Public Schools official is accused of conspiring with a Florida man in the mid- and late 19-90s to raise money and recruit Muslim extremists to fight in Bosnia, Kosovo, Chechnya and Somalia. A criminal complaint issued unsealed in Miami charges 43-year-old Kifah Wael Jayyousi and another man. Authorities say Jayyousi -- a former assistant superintendent -- was arrested Sunday at Detroit Metro Airport after stepping off a flight from Amsterdam. Jayyousi is set to appear tomorrow for a detention hearing in...
  • Witness: People ran before BIH military and who's behind 9/11?

    01/12/2005 5:29:36 AM PST · by Nennsy · 19 replies · 1,401+ views
    B92, Beta ^ | Jan. 12, 2005 | B92
    Witness: People ran before BIH military 12 January, 2005. |13:46|Source: B92, Beta   Hague- In continuation of a trial against former president of Serbia and SRY, Slobodan Milosevic, Patrick Bario appeared as a witness.  Bario, who was a monitor for UN missions in Croatia and in Kosovo, stated that several thousand of Muslim refugees from Bihacki Dzep in 1994 have ran before the Bosnian Army and hid themselves in Krajina.   Court was presented today with a document from Bosnian Ministry of Internal Affairs dated back in 1999, which would be used as one of the evidences on the presence...
  • Kosovo's New PM: Young and wanted

    12/30/2004 3:29:06 PM PST · by Alex Marko · 54 replies · 921+ views
    A prime minister who is accused of involvement in war crimes. RAMUSH HARADINAJ is, at just 36, Europe's youngest prime minister. He may also be its most controversial. That is hard to credit, as he sits calmly in his spacious office in Kosovo's capital, Pristina. His neatly pressed blue shirt, red silk tie and buffed brogues are in stark contrast to the mud-spattered camouflage he wore six years ago, when he was a senior commander in the Kosovo Liberation Army, which fought a vicious war against the troops of Yugoslavia's (and Serbia's) former president, Slobodan Milosevic. It is Mr Haradinaj's...
  • Remember Kosovo?

    12/28/2004 9:41:19 AM PST · by Destro · 89 replies · 2,039+ views ^ | December 28, 2004 | Cliff Kincaid
    Remember Kosovo? By Cliff Kincaid | December 28, 2004 Clinton's policy was not to bomb those terrorists but to support them and bomb the Christian Serbs. AIM put together a list of the most underreported or buried stories of 2004, and one of them was the resurgence of anti-Serb, anti-Christian violence in Kosovo. Dozens were killed and more Christian churches were destroyed there. Kosovo got some attention near the end of the year when newspapers covered the fact that a former leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army, the KLA, became prime minister in a new Kosovo-based government. A story in...
  • Another March in Kosovo?

    12/20/2004 5:23:22 AM PST · by Nennsy · 5 replies · 419+ views
    Institute for war and peace reporting ^ | Dec 16,2004 | By Zana Limani and Muhamet Hajrullahu in Decani, and Jeta Xharra in London
      Talk of Haradinaj Indictment Unnerves Kosovo  If the Hague tribunal indicts the former KLA commander, violence may erupt in his western Kosovo heartland.By Zana Limani and Muhamet Hajrullahu in Decani, and Jeta Xharra in London (BCR No 533, 16-Dec-04) The situation in western Kosovo is increasingly fragile two weeks ahead of the December 31 deadline for the Hague tribunal to issue the final war crimes indictments in the former Yugoslavia. Many people interviewed by IWPR in the Decani region, home to Ramush Haradinaj, the new prime minister of Kosovo, are predicting major unrest if he is indicted in the...
  • Albania freezes assets of fugitive Saudi businessman on U.S. terror list

    12/15/2004 11:45:09 AM PST · by knighthawk · 10 replies · 545+ views
    The Star Online ^ | December 15 2004
    TIRANA, Albania (AP) - The Albanian government said Wednesday it has frozen the assets of a Saudi citizen who is under investigation for alleged money laundering to terror networks. Authorities have seized 22 apartment units owned by Yasin Al-Qadi, a fugitive Saudi businessman suspected of laundering money for Osama bin Laden's terror network through extensive business dealings in Albania, said Alban Beqa, a spokesman for the Ministry of Finance. Al-Qadi, 47, has been under investigation since January 2002 for money laundering. He had already left the country by that time. Al-Qadi headed the Saudi-based Muwafaq Foundation, which U.S. investigators suspect...
  • Kosovo… Again

    12/07/2004 7:58:38 AM PST · by Jane_N · 7 replies · 501+ views
    Vreme ^ | December 07, 2004 | By Jason Miko
    Kosovo is in the news again, this time with the election of the new prime minister, nationalist and former guerilla fighter Ramush Haradinaj. In a power-sharing agreement with the Democratic League of Kosovo led by Dr. Ibrahim Rugova, Haradinaj is the new leader of the government while Rugova carries on as president of the Serbian province. The new PM brings some troubling baggage to the position, however. Most recently, he has been questioned, twice, by Carla del Ponte the head of the International War Crimes Tribunal at the Hague. While he is innocent until indicted and proven guilty, the questioning,...
  • Vindicating the Serbian People: An 'Aerial' Counter-Attack

    11/12/2004 5:28:06 AM PST · by Calpernia · 358 replies · 8,216+ views
    Serbianna ^ | Friday, November 12, 2004 | T.V. Weber
    The last of Clinton’s bombs fell on Serbia over five years ago. But now, America is focused on another war, so that the media in the U.S. can treat Clinton’s debacle in the Balkans, and its ongoing aftermath, as though they were yesterday’s news. It is easy to see why the American public has not yet come to terms with a number of vital issues connected with those events. Unanswered Questions in the Balkans: Where is the evidence of “ethnic cleansing” in Kosovo - and where are those “mass graves”? Each war gets a different media “spin.” The direction of...

    11/03/2004 2:11:50 AM PST · by Nennsy · 33 replies · 2,318+ views
    Defence and Foreign Affairs | October 21, 2004 | Defence and Foreign Affairs
    Defense and Foreign Affairs, October 21, 2004 KLA Video Shows Holbrooke, Clark Raising Funds for Kerry Campaign from KLA-linked Albanians, and Shows Ongoing Acquisitions From GIS Station Amsterdam and other sources. A recent video produced by Albanians who identified themselves as members of the ostensibly-banned Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) has been broadcast on Dutch television, showing KLA members giving donations to members of the US Presidential campaign of Sen. John Kerry. The video also shows former US Presidential candidate and former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark and former US Ass. Sec. of State Richard Holbrooke - now both...
  • Important Repost: Biden (Kerry Sec Of State) Said Defeated America A "Good Thing"

    10/28/2004 8:22:17 PM PDT · by Williams · 24 replies · 1,278+ views
    Hardball MSNBC | 4/1/04
    Yes, Biden said a defeated and demoralized America that cannot threaten Iran, Syria will be the "only good thing" to come of Bush's Iraq policy. I don't know why the republicans never ran with this.Biden: Good Thing Is That America Will Be Enfeebled, Syria & Iran Safe Hardball 4/1/04 Originally Posted on 04/01/2004 9:03:58 PM PST by Williams I just watched Dem. Senator Joe Biden on Hardball. Interspersed with clips from Dick Clarke, Chris Mathews led and followed Biden on the most wrong headed, anti-defense tirades I have heard in a long time. The climax was Clarke saying the "scary"...
  • European Muslims joining war against U.S. in Iraq

    10/26/2004 8:58:05 AM PDT · by milestogo · 19 replies · 630+ views
    PARIS Officials of the French antiterrorist police have identified a young Frenchman killed fighting the United States in Iraq, the first confirmed case of what is believed to be a growing stream of Muslims heading from Europe to fight what they regard as a new holy war. Redouane el-Hakim, 19, the son of Tunisian immigrants, died during an American bombardment of insurgents in Falluja on July 17, according to an intelligence official close to the case. Intelligence officials fear that, for a new generation of disaffected European Muslims, Iraq could become what Afghanistan, Bosnia and Chechnya were for European Islamic...
  • US expert believes Bin Laden network active in Bosnia

    10/25/2004 6:41:33 AM PDT · by Jane_N · 21 replies · 819+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | Mon, Oct 25, 2004 | AFP
    BANJA LUKA, Bosnia-Hercegovina (AFP) - Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden (news - web sites) is actively directing terrorist cells in the former Yugoslav republic of Bosnia, a top US terrorism analyst told a local daily. Yossef Bodansky, director of the Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare of the US Congress, told the Glas Srpske daily that terrorists responsible for the bombing of the UN headquarters in Baghdad last year were trained near the central Bosnian town of Zenica. "There is a terrorist network in Bosnia, composed of several well-trained and connected groups, which are directly or indirectly responsible to...
  • Al-Qaida ally attended fund-raiser for Kerry

    10/24/2004 10:44:24 PM PDT · by DTA · 121 replies · 5,819+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 2004-10-24 | Joseph Farah
    Al-Qaida ally attended fund-raiser for Kerry KLA militant bonded with advisers, reportedly boasted of special favors A militant from a group some have connected to al-Qaida and that many have claimed is involved with the international drug trade and prostitution rings, recently attended a John Kerry fund-raiser, where he wrote a check and later boasted about his getting "paid back" in future favors from the presidential candidate. According to Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, Brooklyn-based Florin Krasniqi, a member of the Kosovo Liberation Army, is featured in the recently released Dutch documentary "De Brooklyn Connectie" attending a Kerry fund-raiser with...
  • Is Kerry Supported By Kosovo Terrorists? (looks that way)

    10/20/2004 5:44:45 PM PDT · by Sir Gawain · 38 replies · 2,121+ views
    Is Kerry Supported By Kosovo Terrorists? The Australian blog House of Wheels believes it has discovered fundraising links between the John Kerry campaign and the Kosovo Liberation Army, an organization that the Department of Homeland Security appears to label as a terrorist organization. Leigh from HoW links to a heavily-footnoted essay by Andy Wilcoxson at a website defending Slobodan Milosevic, not exactly a source that fills me with a sense of confidence about the material. However, some of the connections Leigh makes appear to point to sloppiness among Kerry's campaign staff, at the least: The leader of the KLA is...
  • Bosnian Muslim Fanatics

    09/19/2004 8:01:49 PM PDT · by Nepalis · 76 replies · 1,547+ views
  • 10 of 32 terrorists at Beslan were Arab nationals with Al Qaida ties

    09/06/2004 1:04:58 PM PDT · by FormerACLUmember · 89 replies · 4,738+ views
    WORLD TRIBUNE ^ | Monday, September 6, 2004
    Russian investigators said Arab operatives linked to Al Qaida played a major role in the takeover of a Russian school in which 400 people were killed. Russian officials said authorities have determined that 10 of the 32 suicide attackers who took over a high school in Beslan in North Ossetia last week were nationals from several Arab countries. Most of the attackers were Chechens and Ingush who had been trained at Al Qaida camps in Afghanistan. The 10 Arab nationals came from Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Syria, officials said. They said security forces seized notebooks in Arabic in the school...
  • Bosnian commando reportedly targeting Vatican

    08/27/2004 8:28:57 PM PDT · by ma bell · 18 replies · 660+ views
    Bosnian commando reportedly targeting Vatican BBC Monitoring - August 27, 2004, Friday Report by Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera on 27 August 2004 Rome: A few lines sent by the MSU Multinational Specialized Unit carabinieri regiment based in Sarajevo to the Carabinieri Force General Command have been keeping the Italian security apparatus on the alert for the last few days. The threat is a precise one: an attack to be carried out in the Vatican during a religious ceremony. But this is not the only cause for worry. There are other details which are being checked. According to the "source",...

    08/02/2004 7:16:50 AM PDT · by Darko · 4 replies · 865+ views
    TERRORISM-Global Network of Islamic Fundamentalist’s – Part II -Modus operandi- | August 02, 2004 | Darko Trifunovic
    TERRORISM Global Network of Islamic Fundamentalist’s – Part II -Modus operandi- Model Bosnia
  • Naser (Nasir) Oric - Srebrenica War Criminal - detailed list of his attacks on Christians

    09/03/2002 7:42:21 PM PDT · by vooch · 33 replies · 7,013+ views ^ | April 10, 2001 | Reporter
    used without permission, for "fair use" only FILE Naser Oric, war criminal Murderer From Srebrenica Muslim soldiers describe him as a man who demanded unquestioning obedience and iron discipline from his men. Mirsad Sulejmanovic "Skejo" remembers that "after the attack on Kravica, Naser's soldiers caught five or six Serbs in the village of Kajici and they slit their throats" by "REPORTER'S" INVESTIGATIVE TEAM Reporter, Banja Luka, Srpska, B-H, April 10, 2001 During testimony in the case against General Radislav Krstic, accused on the basis of command responsibility for war crimes against the Bosniak population of Srebrenica in July 1995, the...
  • Cleric Abu Hamza Arrested by U.K. Police, Sky News Reports

    05/27/2004 12:11:27 AM PDT · by familyop · 1 replies · 171+ views
    Bloomberg, Sky News ^ | 27MAY04 | Bloomberg, Sky News
    <p>May 27 (Bloomberg) -- Police in the U.K. arrested Abu Hamza al-Masri, a Muslim cleric, who has had his U.K. citizenship removed, Sky News reported.</p> <p>A police statement said a 47-year-old man was arrested during a raid at his home at about 3 a.m. London time. The arrest came after a request from the U.S. government for Abu Hamza's extradition, Sky said, citing the police statement. The man is being held in custody and will appear in a London court today, the Sky report said.</p>
  • Bosnia - Mujahedeen Adventure in Bosnia

    05/19/2004 7:19:24 PM PDT · by Destro · 38 replies · 832+ views ^ | 05.19.04 | Charlene Cowling
    Bosnia - Mujahedeen Adventure in Bosnia by Charlene Cowling, photos by Darko Zeljkovic 05.19.04 My heart is pumping and I can feel the anxiety rolling around in my gut, oily and slick. It creeps up in to the back of my throat and I have to use everything in my power to shove it back down to a more manageable level. It percolates there, but, at least I can finally force myself to think. We approach the Mujahedeen (Muslim extremists) on foot, having trashed our initial plan of shooting images from the nearby consecrated grounds of the Serbian Church. This,...
  • Swedish KFOR General Warns About Total Ethnic Cleansing of Serbs

    05/18/2004 8:49:57 AM PDT · by Jane_N · 114 replies · 480+ views
    The Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research ^ | May 18, 2004 | Brigadier Anders Brännström
    Swedish KFOR General Warns About Total Ethnic Cleansing of Serbs   By Anders Brännström May 18, 2004 "Do not abandon Kosovo!" Unless the Serbian minority is protected by a strong international military force, the part of the Kosovo Albanian population that is prone to violence will ethnically cleanse anything Serbian out of Kosovo as soon as it gets an opportunity. Until the violent riots in March, the external world believed that the situation in Kosovo had become stabilized. There were plans to strongly reduce the peacekeeping KFOR troops. Thanks to the disarmament not having gone very far, it was possible...
  • NATO Commander Visits Kosovo, Urges 'Healing Process'

    05/15/2004 2:59:19 PM PDT · by yonif · 7 replies · 130+ views
    Radio Free Europe ^ | 15 May 2004 | AP
    15 May 2004 -- The commander of NATO forces in southern Europe says the alliance's peacekeeping force in Kosovo is changing the way it conducts its missions in the aftermath of a serious outbreak of ethnic violence. During a one-day visit on 15 May, Admiral Gregory Johnson said the 19,000-strong peacekeeping force is changing its way of patrolling and communicating with locals in the province. He offered no other details on what the changes would entail. But he called on Kosovo's bitterly divided communities to help in the "healing process" and to work jointly in creating a multiethnic society. In...
  • Burning of St. Sava's church, March 17 2004 (Kosovo)

    04/28/2004 1:41:51 AM PDT · by miltonim · 7 replies · 549+ views
    Burning of St. Sava's church, March 17Burning of St. Sava church in South Mitrovica. Kosovo Albanian mob arrives, KFOR soldiers don't manage to prevent their entrance to the churchyard. The mob breaks in the church and sets it on fire, then they turn towards the parish home and set it on fire too. KFOR soldiers, with their armored vehicles remain helpless. 01.JPG 02.JPG 03.JPG 04.JPG 05.JPG 06.JPG 07.JPG 08.JPG 09.JPG 10.JPG 11.JPG 12.JPG 13.JPG 14.JPG 15.JPG 16.JPG
  • Albania May Send More Troops to Iraq

    04/19/2004 10:25:27 AM PDT · by NYC Republican · 104 replies · 358+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 4/19/04 | AP
    Albania, a predominantly Muslim country, told the United States it was prepared to send more non-combat troops to Iraq (news - web sites), the government said Monday, in a possible expansion of the 71-member-strong contingent patrolling the northern city of Mosul under U.S. command. Despite the small number of Albanian forces, the public commitment from Tirana was bound to be welcome news to the United States after Spain's weekend announcement that it was withdrawing its 1,300-member contingent as soon as possible. Albanian Foreign Minister Kastriot Islami made the offer Friday in a letter to Secretary of State Colin Powell (news...
  • British Parlament on Kosovo and Al-Qaeda

    04/22/2004 5:27:55 AM PDT · by Nennsy · 5 replies · 252+ views
    UK Parlament ^ | March 25 2004 | Alice Mahon
    Mrs. Alice Mahon (Halifax) (Lab): I, too, will try to cut my speech down and keep it brief. We had to deploy an extra 750 troops to Kosovo last week. The entire violent episode exposed the character of the Albanian separatists, some with terrorist and criminal links, who are now in leading positions of power in that province. The Kosovo Liberation Army never disbanded. It simply became the Kosovo Protection Corps. Agim Ceku—I name him again—the man who ethnically cleansed the Krajina, is in charge of the Kosovo Protection Corps. I agree with my hon. Friend the Member for Ilford,...
  • UN Anti-American Murder in Kosovo

    04/19/2004 3:39:58 PM PDT · by quidnunc · 7 replies · 156+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | April 19, 2004 | Michael Morris
    The cold-blooded killing of two female American police officers serving with the UN in Kosovo must be fully investigated, and the four Jordanian-dispatched  police assailants — minus the dead one — who were allegedly responsible for the unprovoked shooting, need to stand trial for first degree murder. Undoubtedly, the UN will try to negotiate with the US government, on behalf of Jordan, to save the kingdom and the UN itself, from further embarrassment and shame. The Bush administration should stand firm and reject any compromise intended to sweep this disgusting incident of anti-Americanism under the carpet. Already, we’ve had the...
  • US policewoman said killed in Kosovo jail shooting

    04/17/2004 8:36:42 AM PDT · by Destro · 15 replies · 222+ views ^ | Sat 17 April, 2004 15:49 | Reuters
    US policewoman said killed in Kosovo jail shooting Sat 17 April, 2004 15:49 KOSOVSKA MITROVICA, Serbia and Montenegero, April 17 (Reuters) - Shooting has broken out at a prison in the northern Kosovo town of Mitrovica with a female U.S. police officer left lying motionless on the ground, a Reuters witness has said. United Nations sources in the U.N. administered province said there were reports that a Moroccan police officer or prison security guard had opened fire on Saturday and that at least one American had been killed. Another report said it was a Pakistani policeman or prison guard who...
  • Setting the Stage for 9/11

    04/13/2004 10:39:32 PM PDT · by hope · 36 replies · 319+ views
    Accuracy in Media ^ | 4.14.04 | Cliff Kincaid
    So Clinton couldn't bomb Islamic terrorists but he could bomb Christian Serbs? Tim Russert devoted an hour to interviewing former White House counterterrorism official Richard Clarke.  But some controversial claims that go to the heart of Clinton's so-called "war on terrorism" were unchallenged.  One was Clarke's claim that Clinton didn't bomb al Qaeda camps in Afghanistan because "there were lots of other things going on in the world…"  Clarke claimed that Clinton "had the Middle East peace process close to an agreement.  He was bombing in Serbia.  He was bombing in Iraq.  In retrospect, with 20/20 hindsight, people now understand...
  • We bombed the wrong side?

    04/06/2004 4:54:40 PM PDT · by DTA · 136 replies · 18,438+ views
    THE NATIONAL POST (Canada) ^ | 2004-04-06 | Maj-Gen. Lewis MacKenzie
    We bombed the wrong side? Lewis MacKenzie Five years ago our television screens were dominated by pictures of Kosovo-Albanian refugees escaping across Kosovo's borders to the sanctuaries of Macedonia and Albania. Shrill reports indicated that Slobodan Milosevic's security forces were conducting a campaign of genocide and that at least 100,000 Kosovo-Albanians had been exterminated and buried in mass graves throughout the Serbian province. NATO sprung into action and, in spite of the fact no member nation of the alliance was threatened, commenced bombing not only Kosovo, but the infrastructure and population of Serbia itself -- without the authorizing United Nations...
  • Al-Qaida's Jihad in Europe : The Afghan-Bosnian Network

    03/31/2004 6:33:16 PM PST · by Destro · 13 replies · 5,381+ views ^ | June 2004 | Evan F. Kohlmann
    Al-Qaida's Jihad in Europe : The Afghan-Bosnian NetworkAvailability: This item has not yet been released. You may order it now and we will ship it to you when it arrives. Price: $19.95 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25. Pre-order this book today from Amazon June 2004 288pp bibliog, index Evan F. Kohlmann Senior Terrorism Analyst, The Investigative Project, Washington, DC Why did so many of the September 11th hijackers spend time in Germany? How did terrorist sleeper cells plant themselves in cities like London, Paris, Rome, and Hamburg? What exactly is Al Qaida’s connection to...
  • Dienstbier: Independence for Kosovo a risk for all of Europe

    03/30/2004 10:14:27 AM PST · by MarMema · 37 replies · 296+ views
    ERP KIM news service ^ | 03-29-04 | Beta News Agency, Belgrade
    PRAGUE - Czech diplomat Jiri Dienstbier assessed that that only solution for Kosovo is decentralization, that is, the forming of self-governing districts by ethnic groups, whereas "gifted" independence would only represent a risk for all of Europe. In a commentary published today in the Prague daily "Pravo", Diensbier assessed that, in the event of independence, the extremists would not be content just with Kosovo. "UNMIK chief consoles himself that the Albanian leaders have condemned violence," writes the former human rights rapporteur for the former Yugoslavia, adding that these condemnations, however, cover "only attacks on international forces, civil and religious objects...
  • Ethnic Albanian children recall massacre of families

    07/10/2003 6:18:03 AM PDT · by mark502inf · 24 replies · 414+ views
    ASSOCIATED PRESS ^ | Wednesday, July 9, 2003 4:35PM EDT | By KATARINA KRATOVAC
    BELGRADE, Serbia-Montenegro (AP) - Four ethnic Albanian children told a court Wednesday how Serb forces rounded up and gunned down their families with automatic weapons in one of the most brutal acts of the 1998-99 Kosovo war. Their testimony came during the trial of a Serb police officer accused of leading an assassination squad through their community during the war. The children, who were said to have positively identified the officer, Sasa Cvjetan, in his prison cell Tuesday, watched as Serb troops slaughtered 19 ethnic Albanian relatives, including their mothers, siblings and grandparents, on March 28, 1999, in the town...