Friday, October 31, 2008

Do Christians and Muslims have equal rights?

If you go to the BBC link, you'll see two pictures: one of a mosque in Germany which is about to be drastically enlarged by the largely Turkish population; the other of a church in Turkey which is run as a museum, you know, like the Hagia Sophia. So:
"Do Christians and Muslims have equal rights?" from the BBC, October 31:
Catholic and Muslim leaders are meeting from 4th-6th November to launch a new Catholic-Muslim forum.
It is an unprecedented initiative by the Vatican to improve relations between the two faiths.
The BBC's Christopher Landau has been looking at the state of Catholic-Muslim relations.
In the first of two reports, he travelled to the German city of Cologne, where the largely Turkish Muslim community plans to build one of Europe's largest mosques.
Civic and Christian leaders have backed the right of Muslims to worship freely, but they are also calling for increased religious freedom for Christians in Turkey.
While they're at it, they can also start "calling for increased religious freedom for Christians" in the entire Muslim world. Throw in a couple of churches in Saudi Arabia as well.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Albania destroyed evidence on organ trade

Albanian PM Sali Berisa ordered his security services to destroy the documents on kidnapped Serbs Albanian separatists brought to Albania so they can kill them, dismember them and sell their body parts.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

NATO moves in northern Kosovo

German troops move into north as separatist leader urges force to be used against Serbs.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Serbian prosecutor in Albania on organ trafficking

Albania's top prosecutor on Monday met the Serbian war crimes prosecutor who is probing claims that Albanian separatists killed Serb prisoners for their organs.

Judge Marinkovic: Racak was a Major Hoax

“I said it almost ten years ago, and I say it today: Racak was a major hoax! There was no ‘massacre of the innocent villagers’, but a legal and legitimate police action against the members of the terrorist organization of the so-called Kosovo Liberation Army”, Investigating Judge Danica Marinkovic told Glas Javnosti.
At the time of Racak setup, Danica Marinkovic was the investigating judge of the Pristina District Court (now serving as the judge in Kragujevac District Court), and a chief investigator of the event which took place in the Kosovo-Metohija village of Racak. This ugly hoax and the vile setup was orchestrated by Mr. Massacre, American CIA operative William Walker, who was sent to Serbian Kosovo province under the guise of the OSCE Mission chief, with a task to create a trigger event for the long-planned US-led NATO aggression and bombardment of Serbia which lasted almost three months.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Peace Laureate Ahtisaari endorsed terrorism

By Jan Oberg
I was among a handful of people worldwide who criticised the Nobel Committee’s choice of former Finnish President Martti Ahtisaari as Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and characterized it as a scandal.
I had two main reasons. I consider his work as “peace mediator” – a term used repeatedly – in Kosovo incompatible with peace and with Alfred Nobel’s three criteria, but I deliberately did not mention his work in Aceh or Namibia of which I have no knowledge myself. Kosovo and other parts of former Yugoslav have been something I have tried to understand since my first visit there 34 years ago.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Migration Board: 'Hamas is a liberation movement'

A Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket) employee with 20 years' experience sued his employers alleging that he was demoted due to his pro-Israel political views. The board's counsel in the hearing has courted controversy by calling Hamas 'a liberation movement.'
The Local reported back in February 2008 that Lennart Eriksson, 51, after a 'long and relatively happy' career at the Migration Board (Migrationsverket), had been demoted from his post as head of an asylum assessment unit.Eriksson sued the Board alleging that he was moved to a lower ranking position when his supervisor, Eugene Palmer, learned of his pro-Israel views expressed on his blog, Sapere aude!

Migration Board seeks consultant help (19 Oct 08)
'I was demoted for defending Israel' (26 Feb 08)

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Kosovo separatists killed Serbs for organs

Serbia's war crimes prosecutor wants to travel to Albania to probe kidnappings, murder and sales of Kosovo Serb organ parts.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Ranta Rants

Several days ago, a Finnish online news source reported Helena Ranta, forensic dentist involved in Racak hoax, complained in her recently published biography she was pressured by the Western authorities to accuse the Serbs for the “massacre”.
Ranta also revealed William Walker, an American official stationed in Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija in 1999 under the OSCE umbrella — notorious for being sent to stir problems in various parts of the world, rather than help calm the tensions — was so angry over her apparent refusal “to use sufficiently strong language” against the Serbs, that he broke the pencil at some point and threw the pieces at her.
Ranta’s story sparked a lot of interest in Serbia, since the Racak fraud was used as a justification and trigger for the US-led NATO bombardment of Serbia that lasted almost three months (78 days). Ranta was promptly interviewed by Vecernje Novosti, where she further explained Walker insisted she should tell the media that Serbs have committed a massacre in the village of Racak, and that the killed were not combatants, but “innocent civilians”.

Vienna Rally

No dialogue with the Iranian regime! For support of the opposition!
Saturday, October 25th 2008, 9:30 a.m. (please be on time) in front of Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wollzeile 27, 1010 Vienna
On October 25, Austrian president Heinz Fischer and Austrian federal minister of science and research, Johannes Hahn, join in the ceremonial act „35 Jahre Dialoginitiative St. Gabriel“, where the former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami also will attend. In the last years, conferences repeatingly take place within the framework of this dialogue initiative, where a platform was offered to representatives of the Iranian dictatorship.
Protest against Khatamis appearance at the University of Vienna
Monday, October 27th 2008, 9.00 in front of the University of Vienna, Dr. Karl-Lueger Ring
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Thursday, October 23, 2008

KLA Buddies Not Welcome

President of the Serbian Parliament Committee for Defense and Security and a deputy leader of the Serbian Radical Party Dragan Todorovic, refused to receive US Embassy military attache Erick von Tersh, who requested this meeting on October 17.
Explaining Todorovic’s refusal to host American Army representative in the state Parliament, Serbian Radical Party issued a statement saying its functionaries do not hold meetings with officials of the countries which have recognized forcefully severed Kosovo and Metohija province as an independent state.

Alliance of Terror: Iran, Syria and the Hezbollah

Lecture held by Prof. Barry Rubin(director of the Global Research in International Affairs Center, Herzliya)
Chair: Simone Dinah Hartmann (STOP THE BOMB)
This event is organized by STOP THE BOMB and co-sponsored by Scholars for Peace in the Middle East – Austria
Wednesday, October 29th, 19.30
Urania, Klubsaal, Uraniastraße 1, 1010 Vienna
Lecture and discussion will be held in English.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Priests fear for life in Bosnian Muslim half

Bishops and priests in and around the Bosnian city of Tuzla fear for their life and no longer wear traditional Christian robes but instead are dressed as civilians in order to escape death from extremist Bosnian Muslims.

Kosovo Serbs Against EULEX

Serbian Parliament in Kosovo and Metohija has announced it will start collecting signatures to petition against deployment of the European Union mission [EULEX] — recently joined by the US — to the southern Serbian province.
President of the Serbian municipalities Marko Jaksic invited everyone who voted in the Serbian Parliament in Belgrade against accepting EULEX to explain what has changed for the better in the meantime, so that the country can now accept “an occupying mission such as this one”.
Jaksic accused current Serbian leadership, headed by President Tadic, of running a nominally pro-Serb politics in public, while trading the Serbian interests off behind the scenes.

Turkey: Journalist told murderers of Christians that they wouldn't be prosecuted

Islamization of Turkey Alert: "Turkey: Suspect In Malatya Murders Expected State Support," from Compass Direct, October 21:
MALATYA, Turkey, October 21 (Compass Direct News) – Lawyers and judges in the case of three Christians murdered here in April 2007 are continuing to investigate whether the attack was masterminded by troubled youths or shadowy elements of the Turkish state.
Plaintiff attorneys believe the first witness at the hearing on Thursday (Oct. 16), local journalist Varol Bulent Aral, incited the suspected ringleader of the attacks to murder by convincing him foreign missionaries were connected to the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK), a domestic outlawed terrorist organization. The suspected ringleader, Emre Gunaydin, testified that Aral promised him state immunity for the planned attacks.
Two Turkish Christians, Necati Aydin and Ugur Yuksel, and a German, Tilmann Geske, were brutally tortured and killed at a publishing house in this southeastern city on April 18, 2007.
Gunaydin, along with Salih Gürler, Cuma Ozdemir, Hamit Ceker and Abuzer Yildirim, who have been in jail for the past 18 months, are accused of the murder. They are all between 19 and 21 years old.
The court subpoenaed Aral for the last four hearings, but he failed to show at each one. The 32-year-old testified at Thursday’s hearing at Malatya Third Criminal Court under police custody since he was arrested on Oct. 2 for carrying a false ID.
Gunaydin said during the hearing that Aral had promised him state protection for the murders.
“He had promised me state support,” he said. “[Aral] should explain this to the court.”...
Read it all.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Vienna Rally

No dialogue with the Iranian regime!For support of the opposition!
Saturday, October 25th 2008, 9:30 a.m. (please be on time)in front of Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wollzeile 27, 1010 Vienna
On October 25, Austrian president Heinz Fischer and Austrian federal minister of science and research, Johannes Hahn, join in the ceremonial act „35 Jahre Dialoginitiative St. Gabriel“, where the former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami also will attend. In the last years, conferences repeatingly take place within the framework of this dialogue initiative, where a platform was offered to representatives of the Iranian dictatorship. At one of the Iranian-Austrian conferences, the Iranian ambassador at that time, Ebrahim Rahim Pour, could manifest his interest in „building a better, free and happy world for the mankind“, which did not meet perhaps objection in view of the terror practice of the Islamic Republic, but was completed by the wish of Austrian cardinal Franz Koenig for a further „reinforcement of mutual respect“.

Monday, October 20, 2008


By Paul Mirengoff
Germany's ambassador to Iran, Herbert Honsowitz, has told the Iranian government not to worry about Berlin's announcement that it will reduce trade with Iran. Honsowitz noted that German companies have utilized the United Arab Emirates as a middleman for more than $4 billion in trade. He added: "At present time the Economic Affairs Section of the German Embassy is working on taking the necessary measures to preserve and improve economic relations between the private sector in Germany and Iran."
Last month, Honsowitz was summoned to Berlin to explain why the German military attache attended Iran's annual military parade. At that parade, as would be expected, President Ahmadinejad promised to "break the hands" of invaders, amid banners that read "Israel should be eradicated from the universe" and shouts of "Down with Israel" and "We will crush America under our feet." The Wall Street Journal dryly observed that it had been a while since German military officers attended rallies that feature threats to Jews.
To make matters worse, the man who summoned Honsowitz to Berlin, German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, supported an anti-Israel conference in Germany not long ago. During that conference, Iran's former deputy minister of foreign Affairs stated that "the Zionist project" should be "cancelled" because it "has failed miserably and has only caused terrible damage to the region." Steinmeier had already been criticized by supporters of Israel for being too sympathetic to Iran. Thus, while German officials may miss future Iranian military parades, Honsowitz's assurances to Iran, coming not long after his confab with Steinmeier in Berlin, is strong evidence that Germany has no intention of taking serious measures to deter Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
As Michael Rubin argues, Germany's posture is "a shining example of why multilateralism does not work and why diplomacy will not be enough to stop Iran's nuclear ambitions." It's an example George Bush should ponder in the last months of his presidency, but one I doubt he will.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Kosovo and Metohija Wounds

Book titled “Shiptar Genocide of the Serbs in 20th Century”, published by Rasko-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija Diocese, is a harrowing testimony about the genocide Shiptars (Kosovo Albanians) have been systematically committing in the entire 20th century, and which continues at present, Rasko-Prizren Diocese Press Department announced.
The book, preparation of which took three years, consists of 215 documents from the Rasko-Prizren Diocese Archives which, thankfully, was transferred from the town of Prizren only a day before a devastating March 2004 pogrom. Selected were only those documents which clearly and unequivocally attest the immensity of the crimes committed against Kosovo and Metohija Serbs in the last century, against their spiritual and cultural heritage, and their property.
This historical paradox, that one state’s national minority threatens a majority in its own state, is presented in five sections and corroborated with a number of facsimiles.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Kosovo Experiment: Return to Neocolonialism

“If in the summer of 2008 you set up the authorities that have a share in controlling little Kosovo in hierarchical order you get the following structure: at the very top you have the accumulated military power of KFOR, a Nato-led occupying force … Under it are the UN administration mission UNMIK and the two EU missions, the International Civil Office (ICO) and the European Union Rule of Law mission (EULEX). Then come the Kosovo-Albanian government and the Serb authorities in Belgrade which, in effect, represent their respective ethnic groups but are subordinate to the colonial structures that have multiplied since the unilateral [declaration of] independence.
“… UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon thinks it’s necessary to preserve the UN’s authority wherever possible by uniting two irreconcilable positions - the yes and the no to Kosovo’s independent state status - under the auspices of the UN. On the other hand Brussels is using this confusion to present the world with a fait accompli. The bureaucrats in Brussels would not let the trifling matter of the formal preservation of a UN framework under UN Resolution 1244, which recognises Serbia’s sovereignty over Kosovo, bother them.
“… [So] without further ado Europe has set its sights on establishing a colonial territory in southeast Europe.”

Bosnian Muslim schools in graft grip

Muslim half of Bosnia is in the midst of cascading reports and shocking revelations of sexual abuse of students and corruption in its educational institutions.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Bosnian Muslim Government Reformed the Nazi SS Division Handzar in 1993

By Carl Savich
The Bosnian Muslim Government and Army of Alija Izetbegovic reformed and revived the Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS Division from World War II. This startling fact was first revealed by British journalist and military analyst Robert Fox in the Daily Telegraph news report from December 29, 1993. The report was entitled “Albanians and Afghans Fight for the Heirs to Bosnia’s SS Past” and was reported from Fojnica in central Bosnia. This was one of the most remarkable stories to emerge during the Bosnian civil war. The Bosnian Muslim Government and Army had reformed a Nazi SS Division right under the eyes of the U.S. and Western media. And only Robert Fox caught it. That is a remarkable example of media censorship and collusion to cover-up the facts. And this was accomplished the U.S. and Western media.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Swiss Legal Expert: Right over Might

“The issue of recognition of Kosovo is the issue of human rights”, Director of the Swiss Institute of Federalism Thomas Fleiner said.
“Recognitions of the unilaterally declared independence [UDI] of Kosovo have no legal basis; moreover, they are completely ignoring the basic human rights,” Fleiner said at the lecture at the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade.
“Kosovo today does not guarantee the essential human rights to its citizens. While Serbia is a member of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Kosovo, as an alleged independent state, is not. So then, which document treats Kosovo citizens as humans?”, Fleiner asked.

Frankfurt Book Fair Guest of Honour : Turkey - Compromised by Antisemitic Book Display

Wiesenthal Centre Calls for Blacklisting of those Turkish, Egyptian, Palestinian and Iranian Publishers that Incite to Hate and Violence

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Honor Takes Precedence

More than 30,000 demonstrators have gathered for a protest rally in Podgorica on Monday, demonstrating against Milo Djukanovic’s decision to recognize Kosovo Albanians’ unilateral declaration of independence. According to Vecernje Novosti, this was “the most massive gathering in Montenegro in the past several decades”.
The massive rally turned to dramatic riots towards the end, with protesters breaking through the fence in front of Montenegro parliament building in capital Podgorica and throwing firecrackers and stones, to which police, according to one Montenegro opposition leader, reacted by firing “inordinate amounts of tear gas” into the crowd. According to Tanjug, Montenegro police also fired rubber bullets at demonstrators. Several Serbian news agencies report that 22 protesters are injured, and the medical emergency vehicles are seen intervening, as police arrested several dozen protesters.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Montenegro police moves in on protesters

PODGORICA, Montenegro-Police fired tear gas Monday at thousands of angry pro-Serb Montenegrins who pelted state buildings with rocks and flares to protest their government's recognition of Kosovo's independence. At least 22 were injured.
The protesters chanted "Treason! Treason!" and "Kosovo is Serbia!" to condemn the government's decision last week to recognize Kosovo, the former Serbian province that declared independence in February.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

German neo-Nazis view jihadists as allies

The organizers of the controversial anti-Islamization rally in Cologne last month have been widely described as neo-Nazis. However, in "German Neo-Nazis View Islamists as Allies," at Pajamas Media, October 10 (thanks to all who sent this in), John Rosenthal discusses a recently revealed report from the domestic intelligence service of the German city-state of Hamburg that shows that genuine, open National Socialists actually despise the pro-Cologne group for being pro-Israel. They also don't mind Islamic supremacism and the pending Islamization of Europe: "Inasmuch as it is a determined opponent of the western-plutocratic one-world policy, we regard Islam, globally considered, as an ally against the mammonistic dominance of the American east coast."
A pro-Israel, anti-Islamization Nazi group? It doesn't seem to add up -- according to the Nazis themselves. There has been far too much superficial and polemical analysis of the "far-right" parties in Europe -- with even people who are skeptical that a given group is neo-Nazi, neofascist, or white supremacist being tarred with those labels themselves, simply because of their skepticism. But here is something more solid to go on.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Statement of the Day

The choice of Martti Ahtisaari satisfies - even with a broad interpretation - none of the criteria outlined in Alfred Nobel's will.
Jan Oberg, Nobel Committee's choice again a scandal, International Peace and Conflict

Friday, October 10, 2008

Ahtisaari wins Nobel Peace Prize

Fifty Million Dollars and Up for Dismembering a Medium-Size Sovereign State
Former Finnish president and one of the world’s most respected living Nazis Martti Ahtisaari (i.e. Adolfsen) is a very busy man these days. Turkey — correctly noting Ahtisaari’s strong pro-Muslim bias, undoubtedly a result of historically sound and productive fascist/Muslim alliances — wants Ahtisaari to help them break into the EU. In Northern Ireland, where Ahtisaari was meddling before, he was appointed an “international advisor” to a reconciliation group.
Let’s hope they can afford the 70-year-old whore with a steep price list.
According to the June 21 article by the Banja Luka daily Fokus, titled “Albanian Mafia Bought Ahtisaari,” German Federal Intelligence Service BND (Bundesnachrichtendienst) has recently sent a report to the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon revealing that Albanian separatists and terrorists in Serbian Kosovo-Metohija province have literally purchased Ahtisaari’s plan which suggests independence for the Serbian province and its severing from Serbia.
German Secret Service has found that 2 million Euros (2.68 million USD) have been transfered directly to Ahtisaari’s personal bank account, and that amounts of multi-million Euros were given to the UN envoy in cash on at least two occasions, totaling up to 40 million Euros (over 53 million U.S. dollars).
According to the Fokus’ source, the German BND Secret Service Brigadier Luke Neiman was directly appointed by the German government to designate part of the German Secret Service apparatus to the United Nations Mission in Kosovo, after the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon requested such service. It was, therefore, the UN Secretary-General who received the detailed report about the corruption of his special envoy Martti Ahtisaari.
Reportedly, the BND agents have immediately discovered clear connection and regular contacts between the leading figures of Kosovo Albanian mafia, their subordinates and Martti Ahtisaari. The agents have also established that Ahtisaari has had frequent telephone communications with the Albanian billionaire, mafia boss living in Switzerland Behgjet Pacolli.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Serbia Wins Majority Support in United Nations

Serbian resolution requesting an advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on “whether the unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo is in accordance with international law” was accepted in the UN General Assembly on Wednesday, with 77 countries voting in favor and 6 against (Albania, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau and United States of America).
74 countries abstained but, according to the General Assembly voting regulations, Serbia needed a simple majority, where only the votes ‘for’ and ‘against’ are being counted, while the abstentions are not taken into account.

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Geert Wilders: Europe's Last Stand

Who will preserve the heritage of Rome, Athens and Jerusalem?

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Majority Refuses to Follow US on Kosovo

According to the October issue of the influential French monthly Le Monde Diplomatique, most countries refuse to adhere to the position of the US and EU that Kosovo represents a “unique case”, as they see a very dangerous violation of international law in the unilateral proclamation and recognition of independence of the southern Serbian province.
“Only a quarter of the UN member states have recognized Kosovo independence by now; major Western powers have abused the principle of the right to self-determination of peoples by extending it beyond the boundaries of international law, which strictly defines it. They invented principles which were later on used by Russia for the recognition of the sovereignty of the Georgian provinces of Abkhazia and South Ossetia”, the author of the analysis, Professor of Political Science at Vrije University in Brussel Bruno Coppieters assessed.

Monday, October 06, 2008

Rising Pressures to Stop Serbia

Ahead of his trip to New York, where the UN General Assembly will decide on Wednesday about Serbian petition to the United Nations International Court of Justice (ICJ) for an opinion about the legality of unilateral secession of Kosovo-Metohija province from Serbia, Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic told reporters there are “two more days of extremely high voltage” remaining ahead of the vote.
Despite the US, UK, France and Germany’s growing pressure on the UN member states to renounce the support for Belgrade initiative and to recognize the unilateral independence of the Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija, Jeremic hopes for the best outcome of the UN General Assembly vote.
Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs’ optimism is not unfounded, since in a recent test vote, approximately two thirds of the 192 UN member states have supported Serbia and endorsed an ICJ advisory opinion.

Sunday, October 05, 2008

Bosnian Muslim war criminal arrested

The acquitted Bosnian Muslim war criminal responsible for murder of thousands of Serbs in and around Srebrenica has been arrested by Bosnian authorities on organized crime charges.
"Naser Oric and another individual from Sarajevo have been arrested at the point of the money exchange in Sarajevo restaurant Brajlovic," says a source involved with the arrest.
Naser Oric was pronounced innocent by the Hague court for murdering thousands of Bosnian Serb civilians in and around Srebrenica which precipitating a takeover by the Serb troops.
In an interview for the New York Times during the war, Oric was showing off to the reporter the beheaded trophies of Serbs he himself cut off.

Saturday, October 04, 2008

Congress Joins Fight on "Durban II"

On September 23, 2008, the US Congress adopted House of Representatives Resolution 1361 in anticipation of the Durban Review Conference (scheduled for April 20-24, 2009).

Dutchbat III

“In July 1995, 450 poorly armed soldiers of the Dutch battalion were supposed to ‘defend’ the entire well equipped 28th division of the Bosnian Muslim army, which counted some 10,000 troops! Why didn’t they defend themselves? I always wandered why is everyone protecting Muslims and no one is protecting the Serbs. We also had our bases in the torched Serbian villages, like Zalazje, for example. We could see the kind of atrocities Muslims were committing against the Serbs”, Marco Van Hees, now 34, former member of Dutch battalion (Dutchbat) stationed in Srebrenica in 1995, told Belgrade daily Vecernje Novosti.
Van Hees, who is running Dutchbat III web site, wants to help his fellow soldiers who continue to suffer terrible denigration, rejection and virtual isolation in their own country, being unjustly blamed for the Serb takeover of mujahideen-occupied Srebrenica.

Friday, October 03, 2008


“We will never accept EULEX, which is an occupying force, aiming to seize our land and our homes. They must be rejected also because they want to impose Martti Ahtisaari plan and create another Albanian state in the Balkans.”
This is a message Kosovo Serbs have sent Thursday, from northern Kosovska Mitrovica, Gracanica, Strpce, Ranilug and other Kosovo towns, where they staged demonstrations under the slogan “Stop EULEX”, organized by the Association of the Serbian Municipalities of Kosovo and Metohija.

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Investigation of Albanian Organ Trade Atrocities

Bodies of Kosovo Serbs whose vital organs were extracted for sale, were thrown into the shaft of a deserted mine “Deva” in Albania, on the border with Serbia, Press Online reports.
According to the Serbian media, remains of several hundred Kosovo Serbs whose organs were first taken out, and who are still listed as missing, were thrown into the mineshaft in northern Albania, on the border with Serbia.
Albanian KLA (UCK) terrorists have moved the remains of the killed Serbs to Deva Mine from the first mass grave they were buried in, near Djakovica. Serbian Office of the War Crimes Prosecutor has confirmed they have evidence at least one truck was used to transport some 70 bodies to the northern Albania, where the remains of the victims were dumped into a deserted mineshaft.

Pat Condell: Welcome to Saudi Britain

YouTube has deleted Pat Condell’s latest video, for “terms of use violation.” So here it is again.(Subtitles in German)


Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Sarajevo, Al Qaeda Safe Haven

“According to the documentation of German Interpol and Austrian War on Terror Police Department, the highest representatives of Bosnia-Herzegovina [Muslim-Croat] federation Haris Silajdzic and Bakir Izetbegovic, as well as Hasan Chengic, were the key organizers of the crimes committed by the El Mujahedin unit in central Bosnia during the 1990s war,” Croat reporter Domagoj Margotic said yesterday in Belgrade, at the news conference in Tanjug’s press center.
“If Delic [recently acquitted of most severe charges by the Hague kangaroo court] was only a nominal commander, who is responsible? It is of essential importance to prove direct responsibility, of those who gave orders and are therefore guilty on the basis of command responsibility [...]”