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  • Former Kosovo PM offers to help Serb minority - AP Interview

    04/23/2008 12:40:08 PM PDT · by Doctor13 · 1 replies · 82+ views
    AP ^ | 22 April 2008 | Nebi Qena
    PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — Kosovo's former prime minister urged ethnic Albanians on Tuesday to reach out to the Serb minority in an effort to overcome objections to Kosovo's declaration of independence. Ramush Haradinaj's comments come less than a month since a U.N. war crimes tribunal acquitted him of the murder and torture of Serbs in the 1990s. In an interview with The Associated Press, the 39-year-old former guerrilla commander said Serbs in Kosovo's north should be given social and economic incentives to join Kosovo's ethnic Albanian-dominated institutions. "At this stage, we should present a proper offer, as well as interpret...
  • The Eagleburger has Landed. Much Too Late.

    04/17/2008 6:23:06 PM PDT · by Ravnagora · 6 replies · 74+ views
    Political ^ | April 14, 2008 | Julia Gorin
    Lawrence Eagleburger, Jimmy Carter’s ambassador to Belgrade and George Bush Sr.’s Secretary of State, has been a busy bee lately, weighing in on the right side of the Kosovo issue repeatedly in recent months. As opposed to the past nine years, when his influential input might have had some effect on policy. While we take what allies we can get on the dissenting side of the Kosovo surrender — an underappreciated catalyst for the demise of Western civilization – this is not a case of ‘better late than never’. Considering the influence this man could have had with a brand...
  • NATO's "Final Solution" Blitzkrieg Against Kosovo's Serbs

    04/04/2008 12:32:56 PM PDT · by Bokababe · 109 replies · 1,054+ views
    Glas Javnosti ^ | April 4, 2008 | Diana Milosevic
    (Translation) INTERVIEW: Scott Taylor, Regarding a Secret Plan by the Western Alliance for Kosovo NATO is preparing a "blitzkrieg." During the next few weeks there will be an artificially provoked attack, bigger than March 17th, the borders around Kosovska Mitrovica will be closed, Serbian leaders arrested, the Serbs disarmed, the city handed over to the Albanians in the KPS, claims a well-known Canadian reporter, Scott Taylor, author of a number of books about the Balkans. - "NATO is preparing a blitzkrieg on Kosovo which will enable them to tear down the Serbian resistance in the whole area, and as early...
  • Need a Liver? Kill a Serb.

    04/03/2008 4:20:46 AM PDT · by Ravnagora · 100 replies · 221+ views
    Republican Riot ^ | March 30, 2008 | Julia Gorin
    Well well well. For perhaps the first time in history, the mainstream media have deemed the dismemberment of Serbs newsworthy. More accurately, they have deemed newsworthy the dismemberment of the Serb and non-Serb victims of our friends, and almost all living Albanians’ great heroes, the KLA. (Recall the crowds cheering “KLA! KLA! KLA!” last month from Tirana to Pristina to Times Square. Below is just a taste of one of the many KLA activities they were cheering.) The new information is revealed in the forthcoming book The Hunt by Carla Del Ponte, former chief prosecutor for the Hague Tribunal. A...
  • (Kosovo) UNMIK withdraws, pleads for calm; 100 injured

    03/17/2008 9:08:02 AM PDT · by Bokababe · 59 replies · 994+ views
    B92 ^ | Staff
    KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- Kosovska Mitrovica was in turmoil this morning after UNMIK and KFOR stormed a local court to arrest Serbs. Beta news agency says that several hundred soldiers at 05:30 CET surrounded the court, where Serb judicial workers, demanding to return to their jobs, were protesting since Friday. They first handcuffed the men, and then tied the women's hands with ropes. The workers were not resisting the arrest. When the troops moved outside to take them away, a large group of citizens blocked the road. The citizens, local Serbs in the divided town, then started throwing stones at UNMIK....
  • Crisis in K. Serb enclaves (Kosovo Albanians Deny Serb Hospitals Medicine)

    03/13/2008 2:53:36 PM PDT · by Bokababe · 16 replies · 579+ views
    B92 ^ | March 13, 2008 | Staff
    BELGRADE -- Belgrade has demanded assistance from the World Health Organization over a crisis in Kosovo. A shipment of medicines and medical supplies, worth RSD 3.5mn, has been confiscated by the Kosovo Albanians and UNMIK in the province as it reached Kosovska Mitrovica. It was destined for the isolated Serb enclaves, where hospital officials are now warning they are running out of medicines. Health Minister Tomica Milosavljević has reacted today by saying the government will ask the WHO to intervene. The representatives of the UN mission in the province, UNMIK, said they "will not comment" on the increasingly difficult circumstances...
  • U.S. offering friendship to Serbia (An act of utter disgrace)

    “U.S. offering friendship to Serbia” 14 February 2008 | 11:49 | Source: Beta, Tanjug WASHINGTON -- Condoleezza Rice says that America hopes Serbia will accept the solution for Kosovo’s future status. Condoleezza Rice (FoNet) The U.S. secretary of state told Congress yesterday that America was offering friendship to Serbia at a time when Kosovo Albanian leaders were preparing to declare independence from Serbia. Association Press reiterated that Serbia had stated that it would never recognize the independence of the province, which has an Albanian population of some 90 percent. AP adds that the U.S. and a majority of EU member-states...
  • John McCain armed Kosovo Islamic terrorists

    02/13/2008 6:27:36 PM PST · by Bokababe · 80 replies · 1,899+ views
    Svet via Serbianna ^ | February 13, 2008 | Staff
    "He (McCain) did everything that we asked of him, including arming the KLA", said Albanian lobbyist Joe DioGuardi. The Albanians collected one million dollars for the presidential campaign of this senator.Americans of Albanian heritage collected a million dollars in one evening for the presidential campaign of Republican Senator John McCain, said the Albanian American Civic League yesterday, the lobby group headed by former Congressman Joe DioGuardi. A reception for McCain was held January 22 at the Saint Regis Hotel in Manhattan, and the senator, who is now leading in the runoff for the Republican party candidacy in the November elections,...
  • Kostunica: "Kosovo has no price"

    02/09/2008 11:58:16 AM PST · by Bokababe · 10 replies · 159+ views
    B92 ^ | Feb 9, 2008 | Staff
    BELGRADE -- Vojislav Koštunica says "Kosovo has no price" and that Serbia won’t approve its independence by signing an agreement with the EU. "With its decision to send a mission to implement Kosovo’s unilateral independence, the EU has twisted United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 which explicitly guarantees respect for Serbia’s territorial integrity," the prime minister said in a statement for the Tanjug news agency. Koštunica said that, in so doing, the EU was grossly violating the UN Charter and was re-tailoring Serbia’s internationally recognized borders by sending a mission. "Certainly it would suit the EU most if Serbia, in...
  • Bolton: Kosovo debate resurfacing in White House

    02/07/2008 10:40:29 AM PST · by Bokababe · 16 replies · 197+ views
    B92 ^ | 7 February 2008 | Stadd
    WASHINGTON -- The Kosovo debate has been resurrected within the White House, says a former U.S. ambassador to the UN. “You still have a number of people in the administration that do not support the policy of automatic recognition of Kosovo independence. I think that that debate has now resurfaced within the administration itself, and, I hope, in the Foreign Ministries of European countries,” John Bolton told Voice of America. Bolton said that it was to difficult to predict the outcome of that debate, as conflicting views were being expressed, but it was no longer just the domain of the...
  • Kosovo’s Declaration of Dependence

    01/15/2008 7:51:33 PM PST · by Bokababe · 10 replies · 192+ views
    Spiked ^ | Tuesday 15 January 2008 | David Chandler
    Hashim Thaci, one-time guerrilla turned PM of Kosovo, has promised to break away from Serbia. It's independence, Jim, but not as we know it.Hashim Thaci, the former Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) guerrilla leader, has been formally installed as the prime minister of Kosovo. Ruling over a new coalition government, he has promised to declare the province’s independence from Serbia within weeks. The United States and Germany have agreed to recognise Kosovo, and to get the rest of Europe to follow suit. However, Kosovo’s long anticipated declaration of independence will not create an independent state. Rather, it confirms that Kosovo will...
  • Serbia war crimes prosecutor says more than 160 Kosovo Albanians under investigation

    11/10/2007 12:19:11 PM PST · by Bokababe · 4 replies · 80+ views
    International Herald Tribune ^ | November 7, 2007 | AP Staff
    BELGRADE, Serbia: More than 160 Kosovo Albanians are under investigation in Serbia for alleged war crimes during the 1998-99 conflict, a prosecutor's office said. The suspects are being investigated in connection with kidnappings, torture and killings of Serbs and other non-Albanians in the U.N.-run region, said Bruno Vekaric, the spokesman for Serbia's war crimes prosecutor. "The families of the victims have the right to find out the truth, especially if we have information on who is behind the crimes," Vekaric said in Belgrade. Serbia's war crimes prosecutor has won international praise for efforts to prosecute those responsible for atrocities committed...
  • Macedonian police kill eight Albanian 'criminals'

    11/07/2007 8:07:55 AM PST · by joan · 22 replies · 451+ views
    afriquenligne ^ | November 7, 2007
    At least eight members of an armed criminal group have been killed in a police action, Interior Ministry spokesman Ivo Kotevski told the MIA state news agency. He said no police officers were injured and confirmed special forces were still in the area. Locals from the village of Brodec, a Šar Mountain village north of Tetovo, have confirmed a shooutout between police and armed groups in the village. A spokesman for NATO peacekeepers in neighbouring Kosovo told a news conference a helicopter had crashed but there was no information on casualties. Macedonian police denied that report. "There is no helicopter...
  • Deadly blast strikes Kosovo capital (Bill Clinton Blvd. Explosion)

    PRISTINA, Serbia (AFP) — A strong blast in the Kosovo capital Pristina killed two people and injured 11 on Monday amid renewed tensions arising from the future of the UN-administered Serbian province. A double-storey business centre on Bill Clinton Boulevard was severely damaged by the explosion at 2:10 am (0010 GMT), which damaged at least a dozen shops, cafes and restaurants at the premises, police said. One person was immediately killed, the other died of injuries in a hospital, while another victim was in critical condition, local police and medical authorities said, adding that the others' lives were not threatened....
  • Contractor Calls Shooting of Two Men Self-Defense

    08/04/2007 8:08:45 PM PDT · by monkeycard · 30 replies · 1,220+ views
    The New York Times ^ | August 2, 2007 | CARA BUCKLEY
    One man was killed and another wounded after being shot in Queens late Tuesday by a contractor who told investigators that the men had demanded $20,000 from him and threatened to harm his wife, law enforcement officials said. The contractor, Lulzim Kupi, 42, told investigators he shot the men in self-defense. He was expected to be charged with second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon, the police said. One man who was shot, Redinel Dervishaj, 32, was in stable condition at Elmhurst Hospital Center with gunshot wounds to the arm and torso, law enforcement officials said. The other man,...
  • [Swedish] Politician fined for Albanian comments [fined for telling the truth!]

    06/15/2007 10:34:37 AM PDT · by grundle · 7 replies · 540+ views ^ | 13th June 2007
    A local politician in southern Sweden has been fined 18,000 kronor for writing a motion claiming that 95 percent of all heroin brought in to Sweden comes via Kosovo. Dahn Pettersson, a councillor for the local Alliance Party, presented the motion to Burlöv council last year. The main subject of the motion was homelessness in the town. He said that drugs were a major reason for homelessness, adding: "Is it surprising that rough sleepers are growing in number when we import this drug, due to the fact that [former immigration minister Birgit ] Friggebo gave 46,000 Kosovo Albanians permanent residency?...
  • Crackdown on Albanians who lied about fleeing Kosovo war

    06/15/2007 7:21:05 AM PDT · by DTA · 8 replies · 487+ views
    Teh Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 15th June 2007
    Hundreds could lose British status Hundreds of successful asylum seekers could have their British citizenship revoked after investigators uncovered a massive immigration fraud. The Home Office is targeting Albanians who claimed to be victims of the war in Kosovo. According to the Daily Mail's sister paper, the Evening Standard, more than 80,000 refugees settled in Britain when Nato expelled Serbian forces from the province amid accusations of "ethnic cleansing" in 1999. More than 80,000 refugees fled to Britain claiming to be victims of the war in Kosovo, but were they all genuine? Now the Home Office has evidence that many...
  • Wrong side, Mr. President! (once again...)

    Defense analyst Greg Copley says he's convinced there's a link between the six Islamic terrorists arrested and charged with planning an attack at Fort Dix, New Jersey, and international terrorism. Copley, president of the International Strategic Studies Association based in Washington, DC, says he warned U.S. officials about terrorist operations by Bosnian and Albanian radicals in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. He says four of the six men arrested on suspicion of plotting the attack at Fort Dix were ethnic Albanians from the former Yugoslavia. "These people are Albanians related to the Albanian illegal immigrants who basically have flooded...
  • Albania Gives Bush A Hero’s Welcome

    06/10/2007 1:00:55 PM PDT · by Kid Shelleen · 76 replies · 1,683+ views
    CBS ^ | 06/10/07 | staff
    US President George W. Bush, leaving behind thousands of anti-Bush protesters in Rome, got a hero's welcome in Albania on Sunday as he became the first American president to visit this tiny impoverished nation. When Mr. Bush arrived on his brief stop in Tirana, the hills overlooking the capital boomed as military cannons fired a 21-gun salute to the president. Thousands of people gathered in the downtown square on a brilliantly sunny day to see the president and first lady Laura Bush
  • Bush says Kosovo will get independence

    06/10/2007 7:20:34 AM PDT · by wgflyer · 20 replies · 848+ views
    Reuters ^ | 10 June, 2007 | By Tabassum Zakaria and Ellie Tzortz
    TIRANA (Reuters) - President George W. Bush said on Sunday the United Nations should grant independence quickly to the breakaway Serbian province of Kosovo, and if Russia continued to block it the West would act. "At some point in time, sooner rather than later, you've got to say enough is enough, Kosovo is independent," he told a news conference on the first visit by a U.S. president to Albania. Bush said he was "worried about expectations not being met" in Kosovo, where 90 percent of the population are ethnic Albanians demanding independence from Serbia and where NATO leads a peacekeeping...
  • Report: Accused Ft. Dix Plotters' Neighbors Often Complained to Police

    05/28/2007 8:01:15 PM PDT · by Calpernia · 35 replies · 1,684+ views
    1010wins ^ | Monday, 28 May 2007
    Authorities visited the home of three men allegedly involved in a plot to attack Fort Dix numerous times over complaints ranging from loud parties to farm animals on the property, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Sunday. According to the newspaper, police and Cherry Hill township officials visited the Duka home in the Philadelphia suburbs on at least ten occasions over a seven year period before the men were eventually arrested in the terrorism plot. The Duka brothers - Dritan, Eljvir and Shain - are accused, along with Serdar Tatar, and Mohamad Ibrahim Shnewer of conspiring to kill military personnel at the...
  • Albanian Gunmen Hijack Bus in Italy

    05/16/2007 6:09:03 AM PDT · by Leonora · 20 replies · 737+ views
    WHDH - TV World News ^ | Tuesday, May 15, 2007 | AP
    Gunmen hijack bus in northern Italy, 1 police officer reportedly injured Gunmen hijack bus in northern Italy, 1 police officer reportedly injured MILAN, Italy -- Three armed men hijacked a regional bus Tuesday in northern Italy and set it on fire after freeing the passengers, officials said. An off-duty police officer was injured and two of the three hijackers were apprehended. Read more
  • Ignorance is Us: How Liberal Media Facilitates Radical Islam [Re: Fort Dix Six]

    05/16/2007 2:41:50 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies · 829+ views
    Family Security Matters ^ | May 15, 2007 | Dick McDonald
    No sooner had the six Muslims been arrested for planning an attack on Fort Dix, the left wing media was pimping the concept that the six had absolutely nothing to do with al Qaeda; no connection, no alliance, no nothing (no mention of Islam) and further, that radicals anyway make up a small, misguided splinter group. Of course we Americans are so terminally ignorant that we swallow this traitorous lie as if it were written in the Bible; and we sigh in relief comforted by this “liberal cabal’s” continuing propaganda to separate our minds from reality. When pushed against the...
  • Armed attackers have taken over a bus traveling in northern Italy

    05/15/2007 7:34:57 AM PDT · by HAL9000 · 84 replies · 6,126+ views
    AP News Alert | May 15, 2007
    AP News Alert ROME (AP) -- Authorities say armed attackers have taken over a bus traveling in northern Italy
  • Gunmen Hijack Bus in Northern Italy (Albainians)

    05/15/2007 1:29:26 PM PDT · by Nachum · 9 replies · 700+ views ^ | May 15, 2007 | COLLEEN BARRY
    MILAN, Italy (AP) - Three armed men hijacked a regional bus Tuesday in northern Italy and set it on fire after freeing the passengers, officials said. An off- duty police officer was injured and two of the three hijackers were apprehended. The bus was traveling south from Alessandria to Acqui Terme, cities southwest of Milan, when the men—armed with a pistol and knives—took it over and forced the driver to turn off the highway and onto a state road heading in the opposite direction, a carabinieri official in nearby Novara said. An off-duty police officer who was on board tried...
  • John R. Schindler, author of "Unholy Terror" live internet radio interview at 10 pm EST

    05/14/2007 6:39:30 PM PDT · by Andy from Beaverton · 11 replies · 1,010+ views
    KPAM ^ | May 14, 2007 | Andy from Beaverton
    Victoria Taft on KPAM 860 from Portland, Orygun is interviewing John R. Schindler, author of "Unholy Terror: Bosnia, Al-Qa'ida, and the Rise of Global Jihad". The interview will focus on the Fort Dix Six connections to the global war on terrorism. Pulled from an article By Julia Gorin: Schindler is professor of strategy at the Naval War College and a former National Security Agency analyst and counterintelligence officer. In an e-mail to me, he said this book should finally blow the lid off the aggressively ignored Balkans mess. His book deals mainly with Bosnia, but that serves as a good...
  • 3 Fort Dix suspects worshiped at Island mosque (Story About Albanian Betrayal of America)

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- When hundreds of Muslims gather at the Albanian Islamic Center in Tompkinsville for the Jumu'ah -- the midday service on the holiest of Muslim days -- they expect the imam to teach them history or lessons from the Quran. But Imam Zurkani Vardari interrupted yesterday's afternoon sermon to address what has no doubt weighed heavily on many of their minds. "We are shocked and appalled to receive the news of the possible terror attack on Fort Dix military base in New Jersey," Vardari said during an emotional reading of a statement condemning the alleged plot. That...
  • Threat Matrix: May 2007

    05/01/2007 8:52:12 PM PDT · by nwctwx · 1,493 replies · 19,114+ views
    U.S. Seeks Closing of Visa Loophole for Britons -Full Story- Omar Khyam, the ringleader of the thwarted London bomb plot who was sentenced to life imprisonment on Monday, showed the potential for disaffected young men to be lured as terrorists, a threat that British officials said they would have to contend with for a generation.But the 25-year-old Mr. Khyam, a Briton of Pakistani descent, also personifies a larger and more immediate concern: as a British citizen, he could have entered the United States without a visa, like many of an estimated 800,000 other Britons of Pakistani origin.American officials, citing...
  • Albanian army contingent leaves for Iraq

    10/09/2005 7:55:42 PM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 12 replies · 811+ views
    People's Daily Online ^ | October 10, 2005
    TIRANA, Albania - (AP) The Albanian army began its sixth troop rotation in Iraq Sunday with a 120-troop army contingent that is to replace soldiers who have served there since April, the Defense Ministry said. The army unit is to serve a six-month mission in Iraq under U.S.-led command serve in a non-combat role, mainly patrolling the airport in the Iraqi city of Mosul. Defense Minister Fatmir Mediu, army Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Pellumb Qazimi and U.S. Ambassador Marcie Ries were present at the ceremony at an army base before the troops departed for Iraq. Albania, a predominantly Muslim...
  • Albania continues military contribution in Iraq

    10/20/2005 4:50:07 PM PDT · by mark502inf · 3 replies · 353+ views
    Southeast European Times ^ | By Erlis Selimaj
    A sixth, 120-strong contingent from Albania was seen off Sunday as they prepared to join coalition forces in Mosul. Praising their mission as a noble one, Defence Minister Fatmir Mediu reminded them of their contribution to global security. A sixth Albanian army contingent bound for duty in Iraq was seen off Sunday (9 October) during a departure ceremony at a command centre north of Tirana. Addressing the peacekeepers, Defence Minister Fatmir Mediu assured them their mission is a noble one. "The important aspect of your mission consists of your priority: to contribute to the security of the peace in the...
  • Gratitude, Discussions to Highlight Rumsfeld’s Albania Visit

    09/26/2006 8:15:43 PM PDT · by SandRat · 4 replies · 499+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | John D. Banusiewicz
    TIRANA, Albania, Sept. 26, 2006 – Albanian soldiers will remain in Iraq until the job is done, the country’s defense minister promised Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld here today. With plans to thank Albanian leaders for their support in the global war on terror and to meet with defense ministers from southeastern European nations, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld arrived here this afternoon after a brief visit to Montenegro. “Let me declare here, Mr. Secretary, that the Albanian armed forces will stay on the side of the American armed forces in Iraq until the mission will be over,” Albanian Defense...
  • Albania to Boost its Contribution of troops to Iraq

    10/02/2006 10:30:14 PM PDT · by Btrp113Cav · 2 replies · 502+ views
    Late last month, Albania announced it would increase its number of peacekeeping troops in Iraq.
  • Soldier bonds with Albanians in Iraq

    10/02/2006 10:21:26 PM PDT · by Btrp113Cav · 9 replies · 624+ views
    3rd corps support command ^ | 10-3-2006 | Marshall Thompson
    By Sgt. Marshall Thompson, 207th MPAD LSA DIAMONDBACK, Iraq - When a Soldier from Fort Polk, La., arrived in Iraq for a one-year tour, the last thing he expected to find was a second family from a distant country.
  • Albanians honored for protecting Jews in World War II (Muslims protecting Jews)

    01/19/2007 11:07:59 AM PST · by Graybeard58 · 24 replies · 858+ views
    Waterbury Republican-American ^ | January 19, 2007 | Marcus Franklin (A.P.)
    NEW YORK -- World War II was over, and Anna Kohen, then a small child, was walking with her mother in Vlora, Albania, when a Muslim woman ran toward them, crying and calling her mother by an unfamiliar name. The women hugged and cried. Later, her mother explained that the woman was from a village where she, Kohen's father and other Jews had hidden during the Nazi occupation before Kohen was born. To protect themselves, Kohen's mother and father had taken Muslim names. "Everyone in the village knew they were Jews, but no one betrayed them," Kohen recalled Wednesday as...
  • The left's 'hearts and minds' mantra (David Limbaugh on the 'Ft. Dix Six')

    05/11/2007 5:39:04 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 13 replies · 966+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | May 11, 2007 | David Limbaugh
    The capture of the "Fort Dix Six" has inspired liberals to dust off and republish their "hearts and minds" mantra, which might sound wonderful to some, but bears more sober consideration. Before we can even consider whether winning hearts and minds is a remotely realistic goal, we need to determine whose hearts and minds we're talking about and what "winning hearts and minds" actually means. Do liberals mean we should convince existing terrorists that diplomacy is a superior path to achieving their goals? That tolerance of other religions is the morally superior position? That women are entitled to dignity and...
  • Informants scrutinized in Fort Dix case (barf alert)

    05/11/2007 2:15:33 PM PDT · by Baladas · 15 replies · 779+ views
    Associated Press ^ | May 10, 2007 | GEOFF MULVIHILL
    CHERRY HILL, N.J. - He railed against the United States, helped scout out military installations for attack, offered to introduce his comrades to an arms dealer, and gave them a list of weapons he could procure, including machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades. These were not the actions of a terrorist, but of a paid FBI informant who helped bring down an alleged plot by six Muslim men to massacre U.S. soldiers at New Jersey's Fort Dix. And those actions have raised questions of whether the government crossed the line and pushed the six men down a path they would not...
  • 'John Doe' protections urged for Fort Dix tipster

    05/11/2007 11:32:46 AM PDT · by JZelle · 8 replies · 1,651+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 5-11-07 | Audrey Hudson
    The New Jersey store clerk whose tip led to the arrest of six terror suspects needs legislative protection from being sued as a "John Doe" or whistleblower, lawmakers said yesterday. "The events in Fort Dix are just another reminder of the need for this legislation," said Rep. Steve Pearce, New Mexico Republican and author of legislation to protect "John Doe" passengers being sued by a group of Muslim imams for reporting their suspicious behavior that got the imams removed from an airline flight. "We owe a debt of gratitude to this individual for alerting authorities to this potential terrorist attack...
  • “Refugees from the Former Yugoslavia”

    05/11/2007 8:25:36 AM PDT · by montyspython · 26 replies · 871+ views ^ | Thomas Fleming
    “Refugees from the Former Yugoslavia” by Thomas Fleming Thomas J. FlemingThe six foreigners who planned a mass-murder at Fort Dix were originally described (by the FBI apparently) as being from the Former Yugoslavia. My initial question was Bosnian Muslim or Albanians? If the men had been Serbs, the term would have to have been “Serb terrorists.” As the story is being reported now, none is in fact from Yugoslavia. Of the six “Islamic militants” (one cannot say Muslim terrorists), one is from our ally Jordan, a second from our ally Turkey, and the other four are from Albania. The only...
  • Fort Dix: Albanian Terror And The "Homegrown" Fort Dix Six

    05/11/2007 7:23:01 AM PDT · by John David Powell · 15 replies · 1,420+ views
    The Post Chronicle ^ | May 11, 2007 | John David Powell
    Fort Dix: Albanian Terror And The "Homegrown" Fort Dix Six By John David Powell May 11, 2007 As of this writing, we know that on May 7, federal authorities busted the so-called Fort Dix Six before the alleged Muslim terrorists launched their murderous attack on the military installation. Four of the six are ethnic Albanians. Three of the four are brothers. And the fourth, according to authorities, was a sniper in Kosovo. The arrests came after several months of surveillance, according to FBI director Robert Mueller. The feds became interested in the men after viewing a video of ten men...
  • Were These Terrorists Among the Albanians Clinton Brought to Fort Dix?

    05/09/2007 9:24:51 PM PDT · by Nachum · 40 replies · 1,322+ views
    Rush ^ | May 9, 2007 | Rush Limbaugh
    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Let's go back even prior to June the 6th of 1999. Again, on CNN, June 6, 1999 story, "Fort Dix speeds up relocation of Kosovo refugees." Let's go back to May 18th of 1999, just a little short of a month prior. "First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton announced Tuesday an additional $15 million in US relief to the displaced people of Kosovo. The money will help non-government and United Nations groups care for refugees in the border regions of Macedonia and Albania and will also help pay to resettle as many as 20,000 ethnic Albanians who may...
  • Some “Thank You” [Fort Dix incident]

    05/09/2007 2:15:59 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 42 replies · 2,255+ views
    National Review ^ | May 9, 2007 | Michelle Malkin
    Well, here is the thanks we get. Eight years ago, America opened its arms to tens of thousands of ethnic Albanian refugees from Kosovo. The first planeload landed at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Military leaders worked day and night to turn the base into a child-friendly village. They coordinated medical and security checkups, mental health, and trauma counseling and ethnic food preparations. [Snip] In addition to food and shelter, we provided translators, welfare consultants, and Muslim chaplains. The base constructed prayer rooms and handed out Muslim “sensitivity” cards to the troops. Said Gen. Zais: “We want to welcome these people...

    05/09/2007 7:36:44 AM PDT · by Bokababe · 70 replies · 2,986+ views
    Adnkronos International ^ | May 9, 2007 | VPR
    Belgrade, 9 May (AKI) - The arrest of four ethnic Albanians, a Jordanian and a Turk in the United States on Tuesday on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack on the United States army base in Fort Dix, New Jersey, confirms the existence of a "white Al-Qaeda", Balkan terrorism expert Darko Trifunovic told Adnkronos International (AKI) on Wednesday. Trifunovic said the arrests showed "white Al-Qaeda at work." He compared the Fort Dix plot to a February attack in Salt Lake City when a Bosnian Muslim youth, Sulejman Talovic went on a shopping mall shooting rampage. Six people including Talovic were...
  • Operation Provide Refuge {How Clinton Imported "Albanian" refugees to FORT DIX}

    05/09/2007 6:08:42 AM PDT · by drpix · 7 replies · 797+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | undated | Linda D. Kozaryn
    Today's Refugees Recall America's Past {How Clinton Imported "Albanian" refugees to FORT DIX} FORT DIX, N.J. -- For those meeting planes and buses bearing Kosovo's ethnic Albanians, welcoming war-weary refugees to the United States was like stepping into America's past. "We want to welcome these people to America the way we might wish our grandparents and great-grandparents had been welcomed to Ellis Island," U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Mitchell M. Zais said he had told troops assigned to Operation Provide Refuge. This is something that's happened in America from the Irish potato famine to the Jews driven from Europe before World...
  • Murder assault on Fort Dix ‘very easy,’ says accused plotter

    05/08/2007 2:57:53 PM PDT · by TexasCajun · 50 replies · 2,714+ views ^ | Posted on Tue, May. 08, 2007 | By John Shiffman
    From this afternoon's FBI news conference in Camden: * Suspects allegedly scoped out Dover Air Force Base and a Coast Guard station in Philadelphia. * Suspects said to have "burst out in laughter" at gruesome video of attack on U.S. Marine * Coordination of law enforcement called "model of the post-911 era" The FBI arrested six people last night, including five in Cherry Hill, for an alleged plot to kill soldiers at Fort Dix, several federal officials said. "If you want to do anything here, there is Fort Dix and I don't want to exaggerate, and I assure that you...
  • Albanians Strong Suspects in Murder of Serbian Nun

    03/06/2007 11:47:49 AM PST · by Bokababe · 16 replies · 505+ views
    Byzantine Sacred Art ^ | March 6, 2007 | Svetlana Novko
    Sister Serafima Killed by Three Albanians Serbian daily Kurir (Messenger) reports on March 2, 2007, that a Serbian nun, Sister Serafima (Andjelka Mijailovic) has been found with a broken neck next to railway tracks near Staro Selo. Sister Serafima, aged 34, was murdered on the night of February 21-22, 2007, on the Thessaloníki - Belgrade international train, and her body was found next to a railway in Staro Selo, near a small town of Velika Plana. Sister Serafima, born in Valjevo, was a nun at a monastery in Thessaloníki, and was buried yesterday at the Celije monastery near Valjevo, Serbia....
  • BALKAN CONNECTION (Albanian mafia in 80es threatening to Rudi Giuliani)

    The Wall Street Journal, Monday, September 9, 1985, pp.1,18 By Anthony M. DeStefano NEW YORK - The informant who visited the office of U.S. Attorney Rudolph W. Giuliani [current Mayor of New York City] last December had a chilling story to tell: A defendant in a drug racketeering case that Mr. Giuliani was prosecuting was offering $400.000 to anyone who would kill a certain assistant U.S. attorney and a federal drug enforcement agent. For 45 minutes Mr. Giuliani and his chief assistant, William Tendy, listened to and evaluated the tale. Five other informants later corroborated it. The threatened lawmen-assistant prosecutor...
  • Fascist Propaganda in American Universities Today

    02/23/2007 6:33:08 AM PST · by serbami68 · 4 replies · 375+ views
    Free Nations ^ | February 23, 2007 | William Dorich
    INTRODUCTION BY RODNEY ATKINSON: We reproduce here a letter written by the distinguished Serb author and academic William Dorich to the Director of the Hoover Institution in California, complaining about the publication of pro Albanian and virulently anti Serb propaganda in their "Policy Review". Dorich is right in seeing this and other examples at eg Stanford University as proof of a re-writing of European history in US academic life which is favourable to those sundry fascist powers whom the USA helped to defeat in 1945. The Hoover has had a high reputation for political economic and foreign policy research, based...
  • Switzerland: Muslim Albanese Immigrants Create Reign of Terror

    01/24/2007 9:27:42 PM PST · by FrogBurger · 14 replies · 1,442+ views
    Swiss daily Le Matin ^ | 13 jan 2007 | YVES LASSUEUR
    This is an article in French that would deserve a large diffusion. Check the pix in the URL! Summary: Rachel, a 24-year old shop employee in Valais (Switzerland) was transferred to the Lausanne (Sw.) hospital with heavy facial trauma: upper maxillary shattered, broken nose and sinuses, broken eye sockets. Rachel was going back home around 2:30 AM in the center of the town, accompanied by a neighbor. She was attacked by two young men and a girl who beat them up ferociously. The neighbor was also seriously injured and suffered facial wounds and a lost eardrum. This attack seems to...
  • Serb Houses in Kosovo Marked with crosses

    12/31/2006 2:34:12 PM PST · by Celebratelife008 · 21 replies · 1,028+ views
    Serbianna ^ | 12-31-06
    In what is reminiscent of the Nazi Holocaust when Hitler's Germany forced Jews to wear a yellow Star of David as a mark for extermination, homes of Kosovo's Christian Serbs have recently been marked with the same yellow bands that make the Christian symbol of a cross. Kosovo's Muslim Albanians have threatened violence if Kosovo is not granted independence and concerns are on the rise that these markings will aid the Muslims extremists during a pogrom of Christians that they threaten. (Photo November 2006))

    12/08/2006 4:19:22 PM PST · by Bokababe · 11 replies · 557+ views
    Adnkronos International ^ | December 8, 2006 | VPR
    Podgorica, 8 Dec. (AKI) - Montenegro's special prosecutor for organised crime, Stojanka Radovic, on Friday indicted 18 ethnic Albanians, including five United States citizens, for planning terrorist attacks in the southern Malesia region, aimed at putting it under ethnic Albanian control. The group planned to take over police stations, border crossings to Albania and all key institutions in Malesia, with the aim of expelling the non-Albanian population and creating an ethnic Albanian controlled territory. The operation called the Flight of Eagle, which is an Albanian national symbol, was averted a day before it actually carried out its plans and maximal...