Skip to comments.Balkan Islamists Sponsored the Act of Terrorism in Israel
Posted on 12/10/2005 8:29:58 AM PST by kronos77
According to the data from the investigators, radical Islamic organization Al-Asifa from the Balkans is involved in this terrorist act. It unites Slavic adherents of the Islamic fundamentalism and natives of the Arab countries, who settled in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and in Croatia after the 1992-95 war. According to the Israeli secret services, during this war the major part of the present members of Al-Asifa served in the "Al - Mojahid" and "Kataeb Talaat Yasin" divisions. They were a part of the Bosnian Muslim army (by the way, Israel secretly supported the Bosnian Serbs at that time).
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"It unites Slavic adherents of the Islamic fundamentalism and natives of the Arab countries, who settled in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and in Croatia after the 1992-95 war."
Are you saying that Bubba Clinton actually helped create an Islamic terrorist state...hmmmm...
Who would tell?
bj knows how to pick 'em
Funny, I didn't see this in the Clinton "Presidential" Library...
Cause it got stucked between Monica`s teeth.
It seems the Bosnian Jihadists from Hitlers time are about to make good on their promise to take care of Israel after they were done killing the Jews and Christians in the Bosnia/Herzegovina/ Croatia area. Hitler's waffen ss division reborn. Thanks Bill. I wonder how well his school pal's communist family made out thanks to Billy Bob's actions.
It had to be something worthwhile for BJ to have almost started WW3 over, that's for sure. It defies all other reasoning.
Indeed he did. And nothing has been done in the last 5 years to change it. It appears this white house has taken the stance of the last one.
[snip]If Texas Gov. George W. Bush is elected president, he plans to tell NATO that the United States should no longer participate in peacekeeping in the Balkans, Bush campaign officials said on Saturday.
Senior advisers to the Texas governor expanded on Bush's plan, which was explained to The New York Times in an interview with Bush's senior national security aide, Condoleeza Rice. Rice and senior adviser Ari Fleischer said if Bush were elected president, the United States would focus more on fighting war in certain trouble spots than in peacekeeping.
"The governor has made very clear the role of our military should be to fight and win wars and not to be the peacekeepers around the world," Fleischer told reporters. "There are no deadlines, but there is a resolute determination that the purpose of our military should be to fight and win wars, and the governor would be more judicious in the use of our troops in peacekeeping missions."
Rice told the Times that under Bush's plan, peacekeeping in Bosnia and Kosovo would become a European responsibility. The United States would focus instead on deterring and fighting wars in the Gulf, Asia and other trouble spots. "The United States is the only power that can handle a showdown in the Gulf, mount the kind of force that is needed to protect Saudi Arabia and deter a crisis in the Taiwan Straits. And extended peacekeeping detracts from our readiness and these kinds of global missions," Rice told the newspaper.
But at a campaign rally in Washington on Saturday, Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore accused his Republican rival of showing "a lack of judgment and a complete misunderstanding of history."
He said if the United States were to withdraw from the Balkans as Bush proposes it would be a damaging blow to NATO I believe it would be the wrong course for America and the wrong course for the world." Withdrawing from the Balkans, Gore said, would amount to "in effect turning our back on 50 years of commitment to America's most important security alliance." He added that if America had not worked with NATO in the Balkans there would still be chaos there today.
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