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Krajina: The Largest Act of Ethnic Cleansing since the WWII

October 27, 2011 by

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On August 4, 1995, the Croatian Government, a proxy and satellite state of the U.S., launched the largest act of ethnic cleansing of the entire Yugoslav conflict of the 1990s. From 250,000 to 300,000 Krajina Serbs were driven from their ancestral homes in the largest act of ethnic cleansing since the Holocaust, since the end […]

U.S. supported al-Qaeda cells during Balkan Wars

October 27, 2011 by

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NATO troops in Kosovo. NATO and the United States supported al-Qaeda in Bosnia and then in Kosovo. Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda terrorist network has been active in the Balkans for years, most recently helping Kosovo rebels battle for independence from Serbia with the financial and military backing of the United States and NATO. Today, al-Qaeda […]

Bosnia: The Birthplace of Al-Qaeda

October 27, 2011 by

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Al-Qaeda brigade of the  Bosnian Muslim Army marching in a military parade in Zenica, central Bosnia 1995 A series of bombs devasted London; the number of casualties numbered more than 40, 13 of whom died in a bus attack. An al-Qaeda group is linked to the London blasts: AP reports, “A group calling itself ‘Secret […]

Albanian Mafia fueling Al Qaeda terrorist activity in US: Kosovo schools and orphanages open

October 27, 2011 by

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Albanian Mafia Chief perpetrators of drug and people smuggling, human body part and weapons sales, sex slavery, passport theft, forgery, abductions and murder, the Albanian Mafia remains to be domineering in their criminal activity both domestically and abroad. “The Albanian criminal enterprises, operating largely in New York and other Eastern seaboard cities, represent a major […]

Ossama Bin Laden Role in Bosnia: “Guidebook” for Al-Qaeda

October 26, 2011 by

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Bosnian Muslim Army troops of the Al-Qaeda linked El Mujahedeen Unit parade in downtown Zenica in central Bosnia in 1995, carrying the black flag of Islamic jihad. Ossama Bin Laden played a key role in the 1992-1995 Bosnian civil war. Alija Izetbegovic not only issued him a Bosnian passport through the Bosnian Embassy in Vienna […]