MOSCOW, November 3. /TASS/. Kosovo could become a corridor for radical Islam breaking into Europe since the European Union is not yet ready to solve the migrant problem, Serbian ambassador to Russia Slavenko Terzic said on Tuesday.
Replying to a TASS question about migrant flows on the border with Serbia, the ambassador stressed that “our republic cannot cope alone with the flow of migrants. This problem must be settled jointly.”
“It is necessary to exclude the cause of the influx of migrants from the Middle East and North Africa. All European countries must respect and protect their values,” he added.
Few months ago, I came across an interesting article on MEMO concerning Kosovo (Albanian) stance towards ISIS/IDIL, since ‘Kosovo’ is as local Albanians claim ‘the youngest republic in Europe’, which unilateraly proclaimed itself to be independent of Serbia in 2008.
Today it seems to have become fertile recruiting ground for ISIS. During 2014, dozens of people were arrested for suspected terrorist activity and more than 300 (officially) left for the Middle East to join ISIS and Al-Nusra Front; more than 30 have been killed, according to government figures. The strong presence of foreign fighters from the Balkans and Kosovo was suggested when Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi’s speech declaring himself to be the “caliph” was translated into English, French, German, Turkish, Russian and Albanian.
The process of indoctrination and religious politicisation, as well as the recruitment of young ,Kosovars’ (i.e. Albanians) to become “soldiers of Allah”, has been observed by Kosovo’s (Albanian) and foreign intelligence agencies. One insider in Kosovar ( i.e. Albanian) intelligence said that the government has been at various stages both an actor in and spectator of the jihad recruitment process.
Late last summer, ‘Kosovar’ (i.e. Albanian) police began a massive operation against people suspected of having fought for or supported either ISIS or Al-Nusra Front. The police claimed that during a series of about 60 raids across the country they confiscated many weapons, including AK-47 rifles, various electronic equipment, ammunition and explosives.
The relatives of those arrested tell a different story. Qamil Hyseni, whose son Musli was arrested in November, described the police claims as “a total hoax” and part of a “political agenda” of the government. “The police raided my home and seized my licensed hunting rifle and chemical fertiliser used for our crops,” he revealed. “They wanted to ‘prove’ my son’s involvement in ‘terrorist’ activity.”
Genc Selimi is a young Albanian who was arrested in November 2013 on charges of being involved with ISIS. His family claim that Kosovo’s special police force beat him “brutally” during the arrest and subsequently in prison. Press photographs claiming that Selimi was with Al-Qaeda in 2004 are nonsense say his family. “He was just 10 years old at the time,” they protest, “but the media doesn’t take any notice of this.” They complain at the lack of justice for their son.
There are dozens of such people being detained by the Kosovar (i.e. Albanian) authorities, without any evidence; their families are kept in the dark and they can’t afford lawyers’ fees of around €300 a week.
All of this masks the direct involvement of the ,Kosovo’ government in the enlistment of Kosovar Albanians in ISIS. Many Albanians have travelled from Pristina and Tirana to Istanbul even though they have no visa for Turkey; they leave the country without the usual necessary documentation. Some ‘Kosovars’ (i.e. Albanians) fighting in Syria have no stamps in their passports. There is thus much confusion – and many questions – about how young Kosovars (i.e.Albanians) aged between 18 and 30, can enter and leave a NATO country to go to Syria, suggesting that the government in Pristina has a very different private stance on the issue of foreign fighters.
In 2012, Kosovo’s (i.e. Albanian) Foreign Minister, Enver Hoxhaj, expressed his “strong support” for the Syrian rebels.’
Still, Kosovo Albanian Foreign Minister, says: ‘‘It is reasonably clear that it was not religious fanaticism which prompted young Kosovars (term often used to mark Albanians in post war Kosovo i Metohija) to go to Syria but solidarity with the rebels fighting against the government in Damascus.
The first major Kosovo Albanian group of terrorists in Syria came to media focus after Lavdrim Mudyahiri ( Albanian: Lavdrim Muhaxheri) from Kacanik was killed in a car bomb explosion in the Iraqi town of Tel Afar.
The 24-year-old from the town of Kacanik in Kosovo first “joined Jihad” in Syria and committed brutal crimes there. In late July he posted photos on Facebook showing him holding a Syrian teenager, preparing to decapitate him with a knife, and then holding the severed head in his hands, posing in front of the camera.
In an interview published by the Tirana daily Ditari on August 2, he stated that he “did nothing more than what members of the KLA did during the war (in Kosovo).”
And I am sure he did exactly the same things as in Kosovo. The picture bellow: ISIS, KLA – what’s the difference? : Albanians have been experienced in cutting off Serbian heads – Kosovo 1998 – 1999: Middle: Sadik Cuflaj, Albanian from Decani, by USA, Turkey and Germany trained terrorist; Right: Valon Cuflaj, son of Sadik, born in 1981.On the left: unedintified Albanian terrorists. The head in Sadik’s left hand is identified as Bojan Cvetkovic, born in 1972. in NIs, kidnapped on the road Prizren – Pristina on 11. April 1999.
(Valon Culaj is today member of police force in Kosovo (?). Neither him, nor his father have ever been under any trial nor investigation)
After tens of thousands of jihadists already walk freely through Europe as a consequence of NATO & AL Qaeda alliance in Bosnia, the qasi state of Albanians, Kosovo, shall make their influx even more potent.
Such an terrorist creation, a terror importer, is to be recognized by UNESCO – If it hasn’t been o sick one could only laugh out aloud for such an idiotism.
Such an idea is a contradiction per se, since Albanians in Kosovo and Metohija have no cultural and historical monuments of their own – all local historical monuments have been erected either by Serbia or Turkey (Ottoman empire).
Albanians, in fact, have never raised a single fountain in Kosovo and Metohija.
That’s why they could, in cold blood, burn down, destroy and blow up over 200 Serbian Orthodox Christian monasteries, churches and holy relics in their barbarian orgies since June 1999- present.
#NoKosovoAlbaniansUNESCO because that would be the same as getting ISIS/IDIL to UNESCO