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  • Bosnia: Suspected Wahhabi attacks U.S. embassy

    10/28/2011 3:10:03 PM PDT · 13 of 17
    BabaYaga to Shadow44

    well, as I know, the initiative title of this news on CNN was: “Serbian citizen attacked US embassy in Sarajevo” ... now it`s: “Man fires shots at U.S. Embassy in Bosnia”

  • Bosnia: Suspected Wahhabi attacks U.S. embassy

    10/28/2011 2:42:55 PM PDT · 12 of 17
    BabaYaga to DManA

    In Serbia, in Novi Pazar region (from where this US embassy attacker Jasarevic is) in 2007. broke out the conflict between wahhabi members and local police. Police then shot their leader and during 2009. 12 Novi Pazar Wahhabis were sentenced to 60 years in prison. However many of them are in Bosnia, financed by S. Arabia and Jordan money and last year Republica Srpska polica arrested a big group of Wahhabis in Maoca village.

  • Bosnia: Suspected Wahhabi attacks U.S. embassy

    10/28/2011 2:18:12 PM PDT · 10 of 17
    BabaYaga to Varmint Al

    sorry for double post

  • Bosnia: Suspected Wahhabi attacks U.S. embassy

    10/28/2011 2:15:10 PM PDT · 9 of 17
    BabaYaga to Varmint Al
    yes, he was wounded from the Index link from above that I posted: According to the Bosnian Federal Television, the attacker is called Mevlid Jašarević and comes from Novi Pazar, Serbia. He is a young man aged 23 years. Radio Sarajevo reported that, if it`s the same person,Jašarević is a member of Wahhabi movement, which is on the Oct. 30th 2010. arrested in Novi Pazar, because he and Fatmir Muratović were suspicious to police during the visits of foreign ambassadors to that city. At that time police found out that Jasarevic during 2005 in Vienna, Austria, was sentenced to three years in prison for robbery of 100,000 euros, to mellow after the sentence was expelled from Austria. Jašarević was one of the leaders of the Wahhabi community in Maoca near Brcko, where the police forces expelled them out of Bosnia and Herzegovina in February 2010. The action carried out a vast and arrested certain person, but action has not yet received a judicial epilogue.
  • Bosnia: Suspected Wahhabi attacks U.S. embassy

    10/28/2011 2:14:48 PM PDT · 8 of 17
    BabaYaga to Varmint Al
    yes, he was wounded from the Index link from above that I posted: According to the Bosnian Federal Television, the attacker is called Mevlid Jašarević and comes from Novi Pazar, Serbia. He is a young man aged 23 years. Radio Sarajevo reported that, if it`s the same person,Jašarević is a member of Wahhabi movement, which is on the Oct. 30th 2010. arrested in Novi Pazar, because he and Fatmir Muratović were suspicious to police during the visits of foreign ambassadors to that city. At that time police found out that Jasarevic during 2005 in Vienna, Austria, was sentenced to three years in prison for robbery of 100,000 euros, to mellow after the sentence was expelled from Austria. Jašarević was one of the leaders of the Wahhabi community in Maoca near Brcko, where the police forces expelled them out of Bosnia and Herzegovina in February 2010. The action carried out a vast and arrested certain person, but action has not yet received a judicial epilogue.
  • Bosnia: Suspected Wahhabi attacks U.S. embassy

    10/28/2011 2:00:41 PM PDT · 4 of 17
    BabaYaga to massgopguy

    I guess that you never heard that in Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia a “Muslim” became the name for ethincity. In general I agree with you, because nowdays Bosniaks (BosniaNs are Serbs, Croats and Bosnians that live on the theritory of Bosnia) or SFR Yugoslavia Muslims were christians, Serbs and Croats before they converted into Islam during the Ottoman occupation.

  • Bosnia: Suspected Wahhabi attacks U.S. embassy

    10/28/2011 1:48:05 PM PDT · 1 of 17
    BabaYaga
    There are more pics and one more videos here: http://www.index.hr/vijesti/clanak/nepoznati-muskarac-pucao-na-americko-veleposlanstvo-u-sarajevu/579886.aspx
  • Bombs to Serbs, state to Albanians

    03/24/2009 7:54:19 AM PDT · 8 of 12
    BabaYaga to MadelineZapeezda

    It was more-less “standard procedure” ... it happened also in Belgrade on several bombing spots - army HQ, military hospital etc ... they hit once with several missiles, then wait - in the meantime ambulances and firemen gets there, and hit again after 10-20 minutes multiplying the casualties ...

  • Bombs to Serbs, state to Albanians

    03/24/2009 5:17:48 AM PDT · 5 of 12
    BabaYaga to Bokababe; FormerLib; kronos77; montyspython

    Today marks the 10 year anniversary of the NATO bombing campaign of the then Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The campaign, in response to the conflict in Serbia’s southern province of Kosovo, lasted 78 days and nights between March 24 and June 11, 1999. It was the first international bombing of a European country since World War II.

    Government and military buildings, including the Yugoslavian Army Headquarters (pictured below), bridges (Novi Sad lost all of its bridges) and radio and telecommunication equipment across Serbia and Kosovo were destroyed. During the bombing many civilian buildings and areas were hit including apartment blocks, a passenger train, an Albanian refugee convoy, a maternity hospital, a car factory and most famously the Chinese Embassy, which caused international uproar. A bomb even hit Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. In one of the most deadly incidents, 15 civilians were killed and dozens injured when cluster bombs hit the southern city of Nis during the day, including the bus station and central market.

    ... from the Balkan File

    the same building (business center with radio and tv stations) that was hit with 12 tomahawks:

  • Bombs to Serbs, state to Albanians

    03/24/2009 5:06:58 AM PDT · 4 of 12
    BabaYaga to joeu01
  • Bombs to Serbs, state to Albanians

    03/24/2009 5:01:13 AM PDT · 3 of 12
    BabaYaga to joeu01

    Yes, it was bombed civilian train that was passing across a railway bridge ... it was hit twice, 14 civilans died and more wounded ...

    “collateral demage”

  • Bombs to Serbs, state to Albanians

    03/24/2009 4:40:15 AM PDT · 1 of 12
    BabaYaga
    20 minutes ago I heard the air raid siren, the same "ring-tone" that has marked the beginning of 78 days and nights of continuous nightmare.

    RIP all those that were killed in vain.

    I will never forget, but also I am not God to forgive.

  • Tensions Rise in Fragile Bosnia as Country’s Serbs Threaten to Seek Independence

    03/01/2009 10:17:09 AM PST · 21 of 25
    BabaYaga to Darwin Fish
    And now, upper reaches of the US have no choice but to back the liar in chief. Yet after reports tell a different dtory. We will not forget.

    I know that ... I hope just the new/old american administration will not repeat mistakes they did in demonizing Serbs, create another war and make some new muslim state on serbian land ...

    it just smells like ClintonSS "spirit" to me ...

  • Tensions Rise in Fragile Bosnia as Country’s Serbs Threaten to Seek Independence

    03/01/2009 10:11:50 AM PST · 20 of 25
    BabaYaga to MadelineZapeezda
    Because, I guess, the easiest thing is to betray a faithful ally and sell them to the enemies ...
  • Tensions Rise in Fragile Bosnia as Country’s Serbs Threaten to Seek Independence

    02/28/2009 2:34:41 AM PST · 8 of 25
    BabaYaga to Larry381

    Something like that yes ...

    and right after it goes this one:
    “the problem with the Balkans is that they produce more history than they can consume locally”

    It never ends inside the Balkans ...

  • Tensions Rise in Fragile Bosnia as Country’s Serbs Threaten to Seek Independence

    02/27/2009 6:39:31 PM PST · 2 of 25
    BabaYaga to Bokababe; FormerLib; kronos77
    But Western diplomats and officials on both sides of the ethnic divide stressed that the conflict was a political war of words that was unlikely to spill over into violence. “Dodik wants to make clear that the right of the Republika Srpska to exist is beyond dispute,” said Mr. Milosevic, Mr. Dodik’s spokesman. “No one wants war.”

    Muslims want another war ... nobody else ...

  • Tensions Rise in Fragile Bosnia as Country’s Serbs Threaten to Seek Independence

    02/27/2009 6:37:08 PM PST · 1 of 25
    BabaYaga
  • Former KLA members arrested in Preševo

    12/28/2008 8:57:26 AM PST · 20 of 20
    BabaYaga to Bokababe

    “In this regard we expect the release of the arrested citizens.”

    well of course, maybe after 40 years or never?
    funny little guys those “kosovan” politicians ...

  • Former KLA members arrested in Preševo

    12/26/2008 3:42:21 PM PST · 7 of 20
    BabaYaga to Bokababe

    well of course, they are always victims, even if they were criminals - same old albanian method ...
    Kosovo fighters = Kosovo murderers ... how brave they were fighting against all those dangerous civilians ...

  • Former KLA members arrested in Preševo

    12/26/2008 3:31:17 PM PST · 6 of 20
    BabaYaga to Bokababe
    in their homes have found weapons, the Albanian flags, pictures of members of the KLA - as it was shown on the RTS .
    Also on RTS news:

    "Action of police personnel are, with the help of the BIA and the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia, planned several months due to extremely high risk of its implementation,
    due to the fact that almost all the suspects were armed.

    Spokesman for the Prosecutor's Office for War Crimes Serbia Bruno Vekaric said that the arrested dozens of suspects, who were from Kosovo or from abroad came to southern Serbia,
    and during the action this morning there was not any victims, or shooting. "Action is brilliantly executed, without victims, since all were armed," said Vekaric, adding that there was no shooting"

  • Former KLA members arrested in Preševo

    12/26/2008 3:08:57 PM PST · 1 of 20
    BabaYaga
  • Serbia bids farewell to Yugo

    11/20/2008 10:19:33 AM PST · 33 of 33
    BabaYaga to kronos77; Bokababe
    :-) There`s one yugo 45 in Metallica short WOT film for song The day that never comes ... we never had it in our family, but it was usual for driving schools, so I was also trained on that, hm, carton box ...
  • Clashes erupt in Montenegro over Kosovo

    10/15/2008 4:35:56 AM PDT · 8 of 10
    BabaYaga to DTA; All

    More in the news:

    “...
    Police, which said it has decided to bann a new rally called for Oct. 16, “because of tonight’s destructive behavior”, said it detained 28 people.

    The unrest came after some 10,000 people gathered in the Montenegrin capital to demonstrate against their country’s decision to recognize Kosovo Albanians’ unilateral declaration of independence.

    The protesters arrived carrying Serb flags, and banners that read, “Kosovo, NATO state of horrors”, and, “It’s a sin to keep quiet about Serbs’ troubles”.

    They were also displaying photographs of the kidnapped and murdered Kosovo Serbs.
    ...
    This morning, Montenegrin police arrested Simo Spasiæ, who heads the Association of the Families of the Kidnapped and Murdered Kosovo Serbs, but he was set free during the day.

    After he left the police station where he was held, Spasiæ told Beta that he believes he was only released thanks to reports about his arrest and pressure from the media.

    “They kept me for four and a half hours, they provoked me, and wanted to know what I thought about Serbs in Kosovo institutions, about Milo Ðukanoviæ, and Montenegrins,” he said.

    Spasiæ added that he was detained because the Montenegrin police saw the framed photographs of the missing Kosovo Serbs and Montenegrins, which he had in his car, as propaganda material.

    ...police saw the photographs of the missing Kosovo Serbs and Montenegrins as propaganda material...and it`s not a joke...

  • Clashes erupt in Montenegro over Kosovo

    10/14/2008 11:26:41 AM PDT · 6 of 10
    BabaYaga to Bokababe

    Don Milo has some debt to pay...

  • Geert Wilders: "In a generation or two, the US will ask itself: who lost Europe?" [Must Read]

    10/04/2008 7:12:48 PM PDT · 49 of 49
    BabaYaga to Honorary Serb; NYer
    I saw it as well as Submission - What Theo van Gogh was murdered for, grait-grandson of Theo van Gogh (art-dealer, Vincent`s brother).

    Maybe it would be good to get back in history a bit, perhaps serbian. If you understand serbian there are thousands of documents in History archive of Serbia, serbian sources as well as turkish (Ottomans meticulously documented kaurins (giaour) or infidels for tax per capita). I have one of those - book "Turkish documents for history of Belgrade". Some "great" history Serbs had under turkish occupation /s. Or you could start with prose literature, for example one Nobel award master-piece The Bridge on the Drina or The Bridge on the Drina plus some history.

    It`s for "to learn from history and not to repeat it in the future". However I do not have illusion that people learn anything from history that can, will and want to use to protect their future and not because that history doesnt "repeat" itself. I cannot and wouldn`t (from the all the sources in history and archaeology that I read) say just repeat, it has some similar patterns: in use of power, motifs and exuses for wars, attacs, murders, conquers, submitions as well as the propriate forms to stand up against all that and fight. So I could say that modus operandi would be similar or same in some cases, but time, human evolution and cumulative knowledge of human kind is always changing, giving us that +1 blurred "reason" to repeat it in slightly different form. That`s why I think that no matter how people know, learn and recognize bad things, processes and tendencies that have some resemblances in history, history itself like newly formed presence does repeat over and over again in future times not because people do not want to avoid bad things but because it is actually in the human nature - that one reason more. To say it differently - the less you know about history - less you worry about future, especially if someone elses nation`s severe history is not the same or similar as of your own, but if enough people wake up is always a good start to think how to fight back.

  • Geert Wilders: "In a generation or two, the US will ask itself: who lost Europe?" [Must Read]

    10/03/2008 6:30:37 PM PDT · 45 of 49
    BabaYaga to All
  • Geert Wilders: "In a generation or two, the US will ask itself: who lost Europe?" [Must Read]

    10/03/2008 6:07:49 PM PDT · 43 of 49
    BabaYaga to Honorary Serb; NYer; Bokababe; FormerLib; All
  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/28/2008 4:17:14 PM PDT · 30 of 36
    BabaYaga to Bokababe

    :-) Interesting story. I would add “defiant” on the list of epithets.

    Also, in Serbia there`s some “myth” (for kids anyway) that Serbs actually come from Celts (or at least have “important” mixture of slavic and celtic blood), what was especially actuated by some dna research (I cannot provide the link for that for now) that compare some blood markers conecting Irish, Celts and Serbs.
    Celts founded Singidunum (ancient Belgrade) of course as well as the other settlements in northern Serbia, but I just can not understand why all this “blood connection” stuff (like Albanians and Illyrians that is even more funny). Those tribes (I don`t use term “nation” purposely) just merged by the time with Romans and other newcommers.

    There`s also band Irish Stew that plays irish music of course :-), but I like Celts more.

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/28/2008 3:57:50 PM PDT · 29 of 36
    BabaYaga to Bokababe

    When I was kid this song didn`t mean anything to me...and now, just like you, I god chills, some anger and dry tears...hard to explain. Duh..

    You are right of course about mixing into domestic argue from outside. With a “little help from our friends” from outside things got bloodier and the worse is that it is not over yet as I can notice. Especially in Bosnia.

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/28/2008 1:23:58 PM PDT · 27 of 36
    BabaYaga to getoffmylawn
    Hheeey great!!! I love them, used to be regular at the st. Patrik`s night in KST in 90`es. Fantastic!

    My favourites: Star Of The County Down and Rocky Road To Dublin.
    I remember them saying how they wanted to go to Ireland to make some concert there, but I`m not sure if they ever got the chance.

    Some year ago my coleague worked with some american students in Viminacium archaeological site, one of them was American of irish background that was fascinated by this band (but stil didn`t know the lyrics of the songs like we did) :-).

    It would be good for O.C. to have some promotion in the States too. Good luck.

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/28/2008 10:59:41 AM PDT · 22 of 36
    BabaYaga to getoffmylawn

    Great! Can we know something more about your “project” or...? If you need some information about some tv station or production companies feel free to ask and if I can help I will, although I mostley know some people from the show-business industry production (Big Brother and such cr*p :-).

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/28/2008 10:55:28 AM PDT · 21 of 36
    BabaYaga to kronos77

    Nema problema :-).

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/28/2008 10:53:52 AM PDT · 20 of 36
    BabaYaga to NYC Republican
    Thanks it was...and stil is, divided in 6 parts or more +- some quasistates...it is unbeliveble how can people so easily distroy something that beautiful and promissing, that so many hundreds of thousands of children, women and men died for!
    Yugoslavia was created in wars two times and ended in blood two times. This year is 90 years of the creation of Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians .
    I suppose ideological transition went from socialism to democracy through the wrong road - nationalistic extremisms. Something like initiation into the civil societies through catharsic blood bathing /sarcasm.
    "One way back" to the national countries, a missing link that costed us so much (Serbia did have national state before yugo-union, but not more then 50 years effectively).
    You know Yugoslavs were very much proud and arogant people (in many aspects, right or wrong and moderate south-slavic ethnocentrics) and they lost their homeland. People just should not have something that cannot take care of.

    most areas of ex-Yugoslavia have breath-taking scenic areas

    Yes, and literally also, for the thousands of unfortunates. Some weeks ago I read one of the comments on YT that goes like:
    We Yugoslavs are good people from the beautiful country; of course we love each other. The only flaw we have is that we use to kill each other from time to time.

    So, this is love (???):
    a) true,
    b) untrue.

    I recently found some nice photos of the country that I was born in, although I don`t remember much (and I lived in four countries without leaving my hometown for longer); with the hardest period in the last decade of XX century, especially for the people from the mixed marriages.
    Of course the political indoctrination of poster`s avatar (Tito) should be ignored, because it is very dangerous and manipulative simbol for the future relations - for the "political" Yugoslavs it is ideological symbol and for the "emotional" Yugoslavs it`s "south-Slavs union" and also "good old days of peace" symbol.
    Among the several "New Yugoslavia" movements, which are mostley non-political and ideological non- and anti-communistic groups, I found some communistic coloured that again (!) claim partisan resistance as their own which is again historical revisionism.
    Like the liberal and NGO extremism ("left wing" that is painted with many colours, but under cover is purely fascistic - my opinion) and nationalistic extremisms they have many things in common then not - two faces of the same coin; they are using one another`s existance while their actions against each others makes the living almost unbearable in newly formend democracies like under some low-grade psychological war
    that creates the new houses for the new schizophrenic nations torn between EU non-national and non-religious "standards" (which Yugoslavia, paradoxally, was, with the effect of "brotherhood & unity" PTSD) and that missing link of national states.

    Capisci? :-/

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/28/2008 10:23:58 AM PDT · 19 of 36
    BabaYaga to Daffynition; Bokababe
    :-) There`s already Tribeka restaurant in Belgrade, but not Nobu.
    As for the movie-business, they discussed about privatisation of Avala film studios in the Film town in Belgrade, one of the bigest movie production studios in former Yugoslavia, which is now closed or devided into some obscure companies (I`m not into the details exactly).
    I didn`t find official presentation but here are some pics of Cinecitta and Avala film (italian - filmtown) restaurant situated in the complex of Avala film.
  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/27/2008 5:13:54 PM PDT · 12 of 36
    BabaYaga to Erasmus

    lol...unfortunately it`s not mine, but belongs to the kayak club - the second one - first one was taken by the river some years ago...

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/27/2008 5:07:05 PM PDT · 11 of 36
    BabaYaga to GeeMoney; Cheetahcat

    I didn`t know that...

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/27/2008 5:05:22 PM PDT · 10 of 36
    BabaYaga to james500; Bokababe; kronos77; Honorary Serb; DTA; montyspython; FormerLib

    :-)

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/27/2008 4:40:41 PM PDT · 5 of 36
    BabaYaga to rovenstinez
    Thanks for nice words :-)...

    Drina the river I think is quite polluted now

    hmm, not quite...it sure is not like some half a century ago, but it is not so much poluted neither. There are a lot of activities on the river in spring and summer like some fishing, sport, art camps or rafting races organized from both sides of the river - in Republika Srpska and Serbia also. Some images:

    My favourite :-).

    You can get wider picture maybe here

  • De Niro Might Film in Serbia

    09/27/2008 4:16:12 PM PDT · 1 of 36
    BabaYaga
    Serbian president Boris Tadic and famous movie Robert de Niro

    De Niro, while he was younger, also spent some time in Serbia travelling by hitchhike and met serbian way of life, I suppose, more then average tourist would do.

  • Delic’s sentence enraged Serbs and Croatians

    09/17/2008 8:20:55 AM PDT · 11 of 12
    BabaYaga to Honorary Serb; Fred Nerks
    Thanks for the info, I didn`t know about this "persona non grata" in charge, well, from the truth point of view, not from the muslim side. As you probably know, it is not the first time that muslim butchers are almost released of the charges - remember Oric and Haradinaj (released) for the "lack of evidence". Muslim officers got 8,5 years in total. It is outrage.

    I mean what is with that farce - they chose sides, decided to see the things in black and white, rejecting the truth that do not fit in their propaganda program - so why they charged them at the first place. Just to maintain the ilusion of the "fair court"??? They don`t have to do this. Free butchers are welcomed as heroes (to torture civilians one really has to be special kind of psychopat), Serbs get angry almost always, Croats get angry and Muslims are content always, they are always victims and heroes. With this kind of approach, this constant humiliation of serbian people, brainwashing, puting upon "always guilty" frustration, in Balkans never will be peace.

    For those who can understand serbian/croatian/"bosnian" - on B92 blog recently appeared a seria of texts dedicated to the serbian victims in Srebrenica region: Srebrenica from another angle: crimes over the christian - orthodox civilians in Eastern Bosnia 1993-1995.
    As far as I know it is the FIRST time that the subject like this show up on B92. It is based on the author research that contains withnes testimonials of refugee families from Skelani and Bratunac,
    several internet data bases including UN report Provisional list of victims of muslim terror over the serbian people, the lists that are collected in the 3 books of Milivoje Ivanisevic: "Hronika naseg groblja" - The Chronicle of our grave-yard, "Zlocini nad Srbima 1992--1995." - Crimes against the Serbs 1992-1995. and "Srebrenica jul 1995." - Srebrenica july 1995.
    Like the author of the blog said: I will talk about the victims and not the butchers, they just make me sick.

    The blog also shows the chart of burned and looted serbian villages in eastern Bosnia, but also in western Serbia (!!!):

    From the same books author - M. Ivanisevic: "Licna karta Srebrenice" - Srebrenica` personal card (id) in 23 chapters. Please, if somebody understands, read it. I hope it will be translated in english.
    The similar comment can be read also:

    Republika Srpska i optuzbe za genocid - Republika Srpska and charges for genocide

    For me, reading this blog was complete revelation because it stands agains all the liberal brainwashing, making taboo of anti-serb crimes, that everybody who dared to speak in public about those were labeled as extremist, nationalists, fascists, clero-fascists, nazis, bandits, morons, a genocide-deniers, a genocide-deniers, a genocide-deniers, a genocide-deniers, a genocide-deniers, a genocide-deniers, a genocide-deniers....
    To speak about serbian victims and to call for a memory on them was a crime and stil is for the paid "humanists", it is "relativisation of a crime". Is it??? Of course not.
    It`s just constant brainwash pressure organized to put every brain cell into psycho-slavery, to engrave "GUILT" on every Serb genetic code.
    They also used the situation that media were almost completely silence about this and many people just don`t know the truth.

    On english - just from some of the sites there are numerous texts: Articles on Srebrenica or Srebrenica And the Politics of War Crimes

    I also spoke to some of the refugees and some serbian soldiers about this Silvertown (Srebrenica) mess. Ahh, it`s for crying out loud.

  • Delic’s sentence enraged Serbs and Croatians

    09/16/2008 4:10:16 PM PDT · 5 of 12
    BabaYaga to FormerLib

    Like someone said “all Bosnians killed in war were killed by Serbs and all Serbs killed in war commited suicide”/s!!

  • Delic’s sentence enraged Serbs and Croatians

    09/16/2008 4:05:03 PM PDT · 4 of 12
    BabaYaga
    Slightly google on keywords bosnia and mujaheddin can provide dosens of articles and videos
    that can make one think that in no chance this man should be jailed just for 3 years!

    The Coming Balkan Caliphate: The Threat of Radical Islam to Europe and the West by Christopher Deliso. One can find it here,
    or in 0.013 sec you can see 26 events found here,
    and also that it cites regular meetings between al-Qaeda leaders and leaders of the Bosnian Muslim government, including General Staff Chief Rasim Delic and Interior Minister Bakir Alispahic.
    Not enough? Well, on the page of Mr Ali Ahmed Hamad - Al Qaeda man one can learn that Mr Hamad agreed in 2005 to testify against Gen Delic and speak about the role of the Mujahideen, foreign Islamic fighters who came to Bosnia mainly from Arab countries during the war.

    There`s also some video evidences like this:

    The tape shows some of the crimes committed by the unit against Bosnian Serbs during the 1992-1995 war in central Bosnia.

    The footage shows mujaheddin "sharpening axes" which they later allegedly used to behead a Serb soldier, and a speech is also recorded of a mujaheddin saying, "They call us terrorists. We are terrorists and we will destroy all the enemies of Allah."

    In addition to the hair-raising scenes of corpses and mutilation, there are also pictures of living prisoners of war that the mujaheddin had tied up and abused, Tanjug described the scenes broadcast on Bijeljina's BN TV.

    There is also footage of the mujaheddin playing football using, instead of a ball, "a decapitated head."

    The El Mujahid was a unit consisting of fighters from Islamic countries, who, as they say on the tape, came to Bosnia to "fight for Allah", with the alleged approval of the then Bosnian war council, under whose command they fell, as part of the Muslim Bosnin Army.

    The unit was formed in 1993, and according to the clips, that same year, an order was read out saying that they formed part of the Bosnian Army, and had the approval of the then Muslim leadership.

    The footage also shows the arrival at the mujaheddin camp of then Bosnia President Alija Izetbegovic.

    The tape shows the camp from the inside, their training, life, religious practices and preparation for war in the "name of Allah".

    Mujaheddin war cries can be heard, while there is also footage of the reading of an order that from August 13, 1993, that they are recognized "by the Bosnian state and are part of the the armed forces of the then muslim state of Bosnia-Herzegovina," and that they are there in "the name of Allah". This tape was found by the Council of Concentration Camp Victims of the Republic of Srpska, whose president, Branislav Dukic, says that the footage came from the Bosniak side.

  • Delic’s sentence enraged Serbs and Croatians

    09/16/2008 3:07:06 PM PDT · 1 of 12
    BabaYaga
    Of course there`s a lack of evidence, simply because because that there are the crimes that The Hague has no interest in.
  • Revenge of the Balkans

    08/30/2008 5:11:48 PM PDT · 107 of 125
    BabaYaga to FreeReign
    Ch. terrorist attacked school in Beslan - North Ossetia in RF killing more then 300 ossetian and russian civilians and some russian forces. Using chechen forces as "protectors", if it happened, of south Ossetians is scary.
  • Serbia concerned over Georgian crisis (Everyone have Russians of his own)

    08/28/2008 2:56:17 PM PDT · 14 of 16
    BabaYaga to kronos77
    Moldova?? Why now Moldova? Moldova was part of Romania taken by soviets in 1930s. and now poorer even then yugo Macedonia. I`d say Ukraine is in trouble.
  • Serbia concerned over Georgian crisis (Everyone have Russians of his own)

    08/28/2008 2:41:14 PM PDT · 13 of 16
    BabaYaga to BabaYaga
    NATO claims Kosovo is special case, RF claims S.O. and Abhazia are special cases...when and where will be the next one??
    With so many “special cases” this world is turning to a mad house.
  • Serbia concerned over Georgian crisis (Everyone have Russians of his own)

    08/28/2008 2:22:36 PM PDT · 11 of 16
    BabaYaga to kronos77
    Statement by Jim Jatras Director, American Council for Kosovo Washington

    ...(b) Under the relevant Yugoslav and Soviet laws, KiM has no right to secede from Serbia (or from Yugoslavia before that), but the USSR’s autonomous republics (Abkhazia) and oblasts (South Ossetia) had the right to opt out of the Union Republics’ secession, in this case, the Georgian SSR, under the 1990 law on secession from the USSR .
    Hence, Abkhazia and South Ossetia clearly were part of the GeSSR but never part of independent Georgia. By contrast, KiM unquestionably has been part of Serbia since before Yugoslavia was created. President Medvedev, Minister Lavrov, and Ambassador Churkin have been quite clear on these points.
    They have correctly insisted that these “frozen” areas of the former USSR are far more deserving of independence than KiM is.

    ...

  • Serbia concerned over Georgian crisis (Everyone have Russians of his own)

    08/28/2008 2:13:27 PM PDT · 10 of 16
    BabaYaga to TigersEye

    True.

  • Kosovo Precedent Prevails

    08/27/2008 8:00:21 AM PDT · 16 of 37
    BabaYaga to DTA
    the genie is out of the bottle and other countries can do the same. 10 000 ethnic groups, 200 countries, possibilities are endless.

    I posted this earlier on the "Quiz" thread, but I just can`t resist:
    List of active autonomist and secessionist movements

    Just "target" next country /s.

  • Serb FM links Georgia war to Kosovo independence

    08/23/2008 5:54:15 AM PDT · 36 of 40
    BabaYaga to 1rudeboy
    Serb communists

    ???

    You're not very bright, are you?

    Are you often talking to yourself?