Today marks 16 years since US-led NATO coalition struck Serbian state television – Radio and Television of Serbia (RTS), murdering 16 of its employees. There was 16 employees and staff who were brutally massacred one night. Someone somewhere decided that those people had to die. Nineteen more were wounded. https://youtu.be/fOZEkuS1AHU In mid-April, NATO Air Commander, David Wilby, announced … Continue reading 23. April 2019 – Twenty Years Since NATO Massacred 16 Employees of Serbian State Television
The notorious Kosovo Albanian jihadist, Lavdrim Mudzaheri ( Albanian: Lavdrim Muhaxheri) from Kacanik was killed in a car bomb explosion in the Iraqi town of Tel Afar, about fifty kilometres from Mosul, Kurdish media reported. Mudzaheri was on the US list of most wanted terrorists. “The convoy of six vehicles was on its way to … Continue reading ”KLA, ISIS, … what’s the difference?” Kosovo Albanian from Kacanik, known as the most monstrous Balkan jihadist, reportedly killed in Iraq
Written by Mirjana Bobic* KOSOVO IS SERBIA – a former slogan that has been so thunderously shouted within pre-election debates, and that was the last glimmer of declarative patriotism, dear both to politicians and football fans, by the development of the situation these days gets quite a different meaning. Kosovo is Serbia sometimes means that … Continue reading “Same those who have erected the monument to Clinton now flee from the valley of tears, through the land of the people they hunted and hated, burning their churches!”
I have received one New York Times article from 1982, titled: WAR OF TERROR BY ALBANIANS IN YUGOSLAVIA STRAINS UNITY. It's strange to read how the media which knew the facts and truth, less than two decades later decided to twist it, turn it upside down, abuse and side with terrorism, with former Nazi forces … Continue reading Kosovo in a NewYorkTimes 1982’s report
by William Dorich Six hundred years ago, on St. Vitus Day, Christian army of Serbian Prince Lazar and Islamic conquerors under Turkish Sultan Murat fought a great battle on the plain of Kosovo. Serbs were defending themselves and Christian Europe from the Ottoman invasion, but at Kosovo, they were defeated. Prince Lazar and the cream … Continue reading The Saga of Kosovo
(…) It should be emphasized that the Vidovdan commemorations are not celebrations of Serbian military victory over the Turks, for the Serbs were not victorious in the Kosovo Battle. However, it is incorrect, and even malicious, to claim that at Vidovdan commemorations the Serbs “celebrate their defeat in the Kosovo Battle.” Such a statement has … Continue reading Kosovo battle spiritual significance. Ethic Codex of Saint Vid’s day /28. June 1389.
FIVE HUNDRED and thirty years ago, says St. Nikolai Velimirovic, “Tsar Lazar chose the heavenly Kingdom. He stood with Christ and His honorable Cross, and lost both his [earthly] kingdom and his head. The world thought that Lazar had suffered a catastrophic defeat and that the Serbian nation was broken forever. However, the event preserved … Continue reading A Pilgrimage to Kosovo Today – An inspiring pilgrimage report by a nun Natalia of Holy Cross Skete with impressions from her visit to the Serbian Orthodox shrines of Kosovo i Metohija, 1996.