Is the West yet again going to go to war for the Muslims against the Christians in Kosovo? Clinton was wrong to send US troops to Bosnia to fight against the Christians in Serbia and pave the way for a militant Islamic state in the heart of Europe.
The Serbs cannot lose Kosovo, where Christian churches, monasteries and homes were burned to the ground in pogroms in March 2004. "They cannot lose Kosovo to Albanian Muslims, whose fates are now entirely in the hands of the international Islamic factions with whom they, and we, cast their lot." (Julia Gorin) There are hundreds of Islamic Holy warriors hiding in Bosnia, a decade after the end of the war. There is a growing radicalisation, and a new base for Al Qaeda. Let's us not hand the Islamic supremacists another victory and pave the way for an Islamic state. Bolton: U.S. Kosovo policy "all wrong"
Recogntion of the unilateral declaration of Kosovo as an independent state was dangerous, stupid and wrong.
None were willing to publicly admit that the greatest danger posed to stability were in fact threats made by Kosovo’s Albanians that they would ‘return to violence’ unless given independence. The British expert also noted that Hashim Thaci was ‘long believed to be of key importance’ in preventing such violence. Now, however, Europeans are beginning to go with the stance that Priština must first fulfill those standards ‘that were insisted on before independence.’” (more here)
Now this? Once again NATO is going to send troops to fight an Islamic war against the Christians? Didn't NATO suspends training of the Kosovo Security Force after KLA (terrorist) Dedication event?
Have they learned nothing? Now they are going to work for the jihad?
The Serbian people were the victims of not one but three genocides during the 20th century:
– Hundreds of thousands of Serbian civilians were brutally massacred by Austro-Hungarian, Ottoman and Bulgarian forces during the First World War. Many of these crimes were committed by Bosnian Muslim forces fighting on the side of Austria-Hungary against the Serbs, a fact well documented by such war crime investigation pioneers as Dr. Archibald Rudolph Reiss.
– During the Second World War, many Bosnian Muslims joined the Nazi puppet Independent State of Croatia and contributed to the extermination of hundreds of thousands of Serbs, Jews and Roma peoples….– Throughout the Yugoslav Civil Wars of the 1990s, the Serbs were the victims of multiple campaigns of genocide and ethnic cleansing on the territories of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina orchestrated in large part by the direct descendents of the SS Handschar, who attempted to realize [fundamentalist wartime Bosnian president] Alija Izetbegovic’s dream of an ethnically and religiously pure Islamic Bosnia as outlined in his supremacist manifesto, The Islamic Declaration, which was first published as early as 1970. [Re-released in 1990.]
And yet nothing has been learned?
Officials: NATO considers more Kosovo reserves Yahoo News hat tip Choi
BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO may activate a second unit to bolster its forces in northern Kosovo to quell tensions between authorities and the Serb minority, officials said Thursday.
If approved, the second unit would reinforce a German-Austrian infantry battalion reserve force. The unit, made up of about 550 German soldiers and 150 Austrians, started arriving Wednesday.
Kosovo unilaterally declared independence from Serbia in 2008. More than 70 nations, including the U.S., support Kosovo's independence, though it is still not a member of the United Nations.
Serbia, which considers Kosovo the cradle of its statehood and religion, does not recognize Kosovo's independence. In addition, Serbs in the northern part of the former province do not recognize the government in Pristina, Kosovo's capital.
Last month, one policeman was killed after Kosovo tried to take control of two disputed border crossings in northern Kosovo, sparking anger among local Serbs who want the former province to remain part of Serbia. After Kosovo police withdrew, a mob of Serb militants set one border post ablaze and erected a series of roadblocks.
Notice how the media describes Serbs as "mob militants."
A diplomat and another official with knowledge of the situation said NATO might deploy a second reserve battalion because of the simmering tensions. Both officials said the new unit would be Italian-based. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.
NATO spokeswoman Carmen Romero said the alliance had made no decision to deploy additional forces to Kosovo beyond the German-Austrian reserves. NATO has said that contingent isn't intended to permanently increase the alliance force, but only to provide temporary relief during the crisis.
There are still about 6,000 NATO troops keeping the peace in Kosovo, more than a decade after the war that effectively ended Serbia's rule over its one-time province.
Kosovo's authorities, who are primarily ethnic Albanian [Muslim] , wield little authority in northern Kosovo. Their effort to seize the border posts was an attempt to finally assert authority in a region of Kosovo that still considers itself to be part of Serbia.
Look how the media casts the Muslim agitators.
On Wednesday, NATO said it has reached a provisional agreement with Serbian officials to remove the roadblocks and open the crossings to normal traffic. But authorities in Kosovo's capital of Pristina said the deal was unacceptable because they have imposed a ban on imports from Serbia.
Of course, the Albanian Muslims will never be satisfied until they take control and impose Islamic rule.
A trade embargo imposed by authorities in Pristina has led to severe shortages of food and medicine among ethnic Serbs living in northern Kosovo, media reports said on Sunday.
Suppliers from Serbia have been unable to deliver bread and milk to the towns of Lesak, Leposavic and northern Mitrovica, the Belgrade-based Beta news agency reported. Shops in the towns were also on the verge of selling out of meat and sugar products and customers have been stockpiling flour and yeast, it added. Supplies of bottled water were also running low, while doctors at the main health center in the major town of Mitrovica expressed concern over shortages of medicine, the Beta said. Long queues could also be seen at petrol stations throughout northern Kosovo.
But this is not Gaza, so who cares (hat tip Armaros)