Britain’s Collaboration with pro-Jihadist Forces in Kosovo

Britain’s Collaboration with pro-Jihadist Forces in Kosovo Mark Curtis In British mainstream commentary, the 1999 NATO bombing campaign against Slobodan Milosevic’s Yugoslavia is seen as a ‘humanitarian intervention’. Tony Blair still receives much praise for coming to the defence of the ethnic Albanians in Kosovo, whose plight was surely serious as they were subject to increasingly … Continue reading Britain’s Collaboration with pro-Jihadist Forces in Kosovo

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Srebrenica mothers receive salaries for their performance : how to become a millionaire: Mothers of Srebrenica steal money

The following article was written by a Bosnian Muslim blogger few years ago, I read it then and later forgot about it.  Since it was last year when I heard from several sources the same (or at least very similar) story and it brought me back to the article, so I put it in English … Continue reading Srebrenica mothers receive salaries for their performance : how to become a millionaire: Mothers of Srebrenica steal money

So Called Kosovo Albanians – an UNESCO Applicant Without Their Own Historical Heritage

Leaving ancient monasteries in Kosovo to Albanians would be the same as entrusting extinguishing to the same arsonist that kindled the fire.  When PR agencies and corruped goverments write history, mankind gets into collapse of common sense, as it is a case with so called Kosovo (i.e. another Albanian territory created by the West and Turkey). … Continue reading So Called Kosovo Albanians – an UNESCO Applicant Without Their Own Historical Heritage

BLOODY 1 May, 1999. NATO killed 70 Serbs at Lužani

Sixty passengers lost their lives and four were wounded during the bombing of the Nis ekspres bus near the village of Luzani. On that occasion NATO warplanes bombed also the ambulance which came to help the victims when one doctor was injured on 1 May 1999. Niš Ekspress bus after  NATO shelled it 1 May 1999. … Continue reading BLOODY 1 May, 1999. NATO killed 70 Serbs at Lužani

April 5, 1999, USA NATO war crimes in Aleksinac – forensic and autopsy reports

On this day 1999 NATO planes have bombed the center of Aleksinac, although the closest military installations were located kilometers away. Over 17 civilians were brutally killed. As for the NATO, especially USA and Turkey, murdering 17 Serbs in their own homes was not a crime, so they constructed the syntagm “collateral damage” to describe … Continue reading April 5, 1999, USA NATO war crimes in Aleksinac – forensic and autopsy reports