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Zrće beach, Pag island, near a WW II Nazi death camp: Croatian Ibiza on the site of genocide

June 29, 2013 by

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BANJA LUKA – Dušan Bastašić, President of the Citizens Association “Jadovno 1941” from Banja Luka, is bitter because of the attitude of Croatian authorities towards the Second World War execution sites and warns that Zrće beach on the island of Pag, called “Croatian Ibiza” and a place to have fun, is located not far from […]

Memorial to Serbs, victims in Jadovno death camp system, Nazi Croatia

June 29, 2013 by

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25. June  – Memory of  Serbs murdered in Jadovno  Croatian concentration camp system.  – Near the Saranova jama on Velebit mt. near Gospic and in the Slana Bay on Pag island  a commemoration for victims of Croatian Ustasha camps that killed tens of thousands of mainly Serbian civilians was held. The camps ‘operated’ from the […]

For More Than 60 Years Now Serbs Have Been Expelled From Their Home Country

June 28, 2013 by

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Kosovo was, is and remains the biggest problem for Serbia. The desire for dominance by a part of the Albanian population and the separation of the Kosovo’s from Serbia has caused serious difficulties for the State of Yugoslavia – today Serbia – for many decades, now. All this has become a traumatic experience for the […]

Sandzak’s Nazi Past: Still Forgotten

June 27, 2013 by

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Nazi/fascist Sandzak Muslim leader Acif-efendija, standing, with his father Emin-aga. Sandzak or Rashka?The Sandzak or Rashka region of Serbia and Montenegro is an area of potential instability and conflict. The region is evenly divided by Orthodox Christian Slavs, Serbs, and Montenegrins, and Muslim Slavs. What is the history of the Rashka or Sandzak region? What […]

MYJIHAD IN EUROPE: ALBANIAN PM: UNIFICATION OF LANDS WHERE THE ALBANIANS ARE

June 26, 2013 by

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The OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) in Albania is calling for more bloody Islamic imperialism. The modern Republic of Albania became independent after the fall of the Ottoman Empire in Europe, following the Balkan Wars. Albanians had for almost five centuries been at the heart of the  sprawling Ottoman empire in which “they enjoyed a […]

Šta krije bečki Rajhsarhiv

June 26, 2013 by

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Iako je od pljačke naše arhivske građe proteklo skoro sedamdeset godina, najveći broj ukradenih dokumenata još nije vraćen u Srbiju Vojislav M. Jovanović – Marambo Vojislav M. Jovanović – Marambo pažljivo je zabeležio šta je sve odneto iz naših arhiva i u kojoj količini tokom Drugog svetskog rata. Pedantno je zapisao koliko građe je ekspedovano […]

Balkan Militants Join Syria’s Rebel Cause – Several hundred Bosnian Muslims joined the fight against Assad’s regime

June 17, 2013 by

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Free Syrian Fighters drink tea as they rest in Aleppo’s district of Salaheddine  (Muzaffar Salman/Reuters) NOVI PAZAR, Serbia — Eldar Kundakovic was fighting to free Syrian rebels from prison in May when he was killed by a hand grenade. Unlike most militants battling Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, he was not from Syria or a […]