Unidentified persons shot tonight in the direction of Serb returnees' houses in the village of Zac near Istok, at a time Kosovo police patrol was there, said to RTS one of the returnees Veljko Komatović. KFOR troops have arrived in the village.
One of the returnees in the village of Zac, near Istok, Veljko Komatović told RTS that unknown persons shot tonight in the direction of Serb returnees' houses in the village, at a time when the patrol of Kosovo police was visiting the returnees.
Komatović said that prior to the shooting there was an attack by a group of people with stones at the house of Drljević family. The attack was reported to the police, which sent a patrol to perform the investigation on site.
Serbs have religious freedoms (to pray on ashes) in Kosovo according to Thaci . According to Thaci, Kosovo has built democratic and multiethnic institutions. According to Thaci, the Kosovo Serbs are satisfied with the security situation? [Tanjug]
|Serbs have religious freedoms (to pray on ashes) in Kosovo|
| A call for ethnic cleansing in Kosovo at the gate of a destroyed church|
Yesterday Yugoslavia, today Libya, tomorrow Syria .. next tomorrow?
... maybe YOUR homeland, YOUR town, YOUR family !
We are calling the citizen of the World - watch and learn ...
The Weight of Chains | Težina lanaca OFFICIAL SITE :
The Weight of Chains: US/NATO Destruction of Yugoslavia
|John Bosnitch at Jadovno camp in Croatia|
By John Bosnitch
On June 24, I was in Western Croatia, with a police escort to protect us from the local Croats. We visited the first death camp of WWII, called Jadovno. This is a photo of some of the more than a hundred pilgrims who climbed the mountain to the execution site.
Yes, I was having a serious moment.
We were praying at the mouth of the deep 100 meter+ pit into which tens of thousands of Serbs, Jews and Gypsies were thrown alive by Croat Catholic fanatical Nazis (called Ustasha) in World War II in independent Croatia.
|The cover of "Living Marxism" from 1992|
Watch John Bosnitch and Kristian Kahrs (Norwegian journalist who used to serve with KFOR) exposing the myth about the "multi-ethnic Kosovo (oh, and lets not forget the * part) with international observers concerned with human rights and law"( read EULEX).
Ethnic Cleansing is a process in which advancing army of one ethnic group expels civilians of other ethnic groups from towns and villages it conquers in order to create ethnically pure enclaves for members of their ethnic group.
|Ethnic Cleansing of Serbs in Croatia - Oluja|
The Invasion of Serbian Krajina
by Greg Elich
[Mr. Elich is a freelance scholar who has written extensively about Yugoslavia.]
In early August 1995, the Croatian invasion of Serbian Krajina precipitated the worst refugee crisis of the Yugoslav civil war. Within days, more than two hundred thousand [200 000] Serbs, virtually the entire population of Krajina, fled their homes, and 14,000 Serbian civilians lost their lives.[this is Greg Elich's estimation, we can not confirm or refute this claim] According to a UN official "Almost the only people remaining were the dead and the dying." The Clinton administration's support for the invasion was an important factor in creating this nightmare.
Serbian immigrants seek answers about the horror Class-action suit
By Ron Grossman
Zivka Mijic, 46, talks about her family's narrow escape from Croatia in the Balkan War. She and her family now live in Stickney. (Zbigniew Bzdak, Chicago Tribune / September 5, 2010)
Zivka Mijic doesn't burden people with her troubles — which would be impractical anyway, unless the other person spoke Serbian — but she does want the tragic story of what brought her family to a Chicago suburb told in federal court.
The illegal NATO attack on Serbia in 1999 claimed two more lives this Wendesday...
The explosion occurred on the mountain Kopaonik, near Serbia's most wellknown ski center, about 250 km south of Belgrade, reported Radio Television Serbia (RTS).
The two soldiers were removing the remnants of cluster bombs dropped by NATO forces during the air campaign against Serbia and Montenegro in 1999.