Skip to comments.The Other Crimes of Bosnia: Donít Forget About The Jihad
Posted on 06/02/2011 7:01:44 AM PDT by bayouranger
The arrest of Ratko Mladic has given the western media occasion to recall the Bosnian civil war of the early 1990s and the crimes for which Bosnian Serbs have been held responsible. But since as a rule they did not report on it in the first place it is unlikely that they will remind their audiences against just whom the Bosnian Serbs were fighting: namely, a Bosnian government headed by a self-avowed Islamist whose forces were armed by Iran and augmented by foreign mujahideen linked to none other than Al-Qaeda.
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The story of Al-Qaedas involvement in the Bosnian war is particularly relevant today in light of the fact that virtually the exact same scenario is currently playing itself out in Libya at a greatly accelerated pace. Now as then, America and NATO have intervened in a civil war in the name of protecting civilians and found themselves making common cause with Al-Qaeda-linked mujahideen. Now as then, Americas de facto allies are not only committing horrific atrocities, they are filming them to boot. Now as then, despite the evidence, those atrocities have gone almost entirely ignored by the western media. Now as then, the atrocities in question bear the distinctive mark of jihad.
While, unlike the muzzies, I certainly don’t endorse making war against women and children, the action in Bosnia is often referred to as “THE WAR TO MAKE THE WORLD SAFE FOR ISLAM.”
you nailed it.
thank you for posting this!
sadly, few people know of all the Christians murdered in that region, and ancient churches destroyed.
Clinton was on the wrong side.
...like a teacher who sees only the final punch in response,
after a bully has tortured a child for months.
oddly, the same pattern you note in Serbia and Libya, happens in many other places in the world also.
only one thing is constant...
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