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Vatican and war crimes against Serbs in Croatia

May 24, 2013 by

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Speech to Serbian Unity Congress 11th Annual Convention, October 6th, 2000, Toronto, Canada  I want to thank you for inviting me to speak today it is an honor. I am attorney Jonathan Levy and I am here today to share with you some news about lawsuits effecting Serbs. As you all know more than sixty […]

25th April 1999. Covert mission of Serbian pilots vs NATO aviation at Rinas airport, Tirana, Albania

May 24, 2013 by

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 SERBIAN G-4 AIRCRAFT IN THE WAR AGAINST NATO Exactly one month after the beginning of aggression on Yugoslavia (Serbia)  in 1999 NATO officials prepared celebration of their 50th anniversary.  However they have been facing  greater challenge – what to do with the war against Yugoslavia ( Serbia), to intensify bombing at the price of new […]

Bosnian Mujahideen flooded Syria

May 23, 2013 by

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From the Balkans to Syria has reportedly came around 300 mujahideen, mostly from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Macedonia and  Serbia SW Serbia inhabited by Bosnian Muslims ( so called  Sandzak). In the case of Bosnia, half of the Mujahideen who fight in Syria are from Sarajevo and its neighborhood. Number of Bosnian citizens who are fighting against […]

Croatia send weapons to the Syrian rebels

May 23, 2013 by

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The Croatian weapons began reaching Syrian rebels in December via shipments shuttled through Jordan. Jutarnji list, a Croatian daily newspaper, reported four sightings at Zagreb Airport of Ilyushin 76 aircraft owned by Jordan International Air Cargo. It said these aircraft had been seen on Dec. 14 and 23, Jan. 6 and Feb. 18.  Saudi Arabia has […]

May 22, 1992, Banja Luka: KILLED BABIES STILL CRYING FOR JUSTICE

May 22, 2013 by

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At the time, Croat and Muslim forces held the “Posavina Corridor”, the corridor linking the Bosnian Krajina region with Serbia, under blockade.  This made it impossible to bring the required oxygen to Banja Luka by land.  The only possible way to transport the oxygen was by air, but since the Security Council had established a no-fly zone over BiH, the airplane […]

Prebilovci – a place of Serbian Resurrection

May 22, 2013 by

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It is important for the  Serbs to know where and what  Prebilovci is.  This is a short story about a village of Serbian suffering and resurrection.  Hercegovina. Neretva Valley. Village Prebilovci, 35 km from Mostar, 20 km from the Adriatic sea and 5 km from the town of  Caplina. It’s a meeting place of peoples and religions. […]

Sarajevo: Demolished and broken glass on the XIX Century Serbian Orthodox Church

May 22, 2013 by

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 Unknown perpetrators desecrate the Serbian Orthodox st. Sava church in Sarajevo neighborhood Blažuj( built in 1896.).  They broke all windows and left threatening messages (‘Go to Serbia’ ,  ‘Jihad’) Rector of Blažuj,  Bojan Kulašević told SRNA that  the windows of the temple facing the street have been broken; They are next to the  altar. “The attack […]