Tag Archives: KLA

SREBRENICA CASE- WESTERN FORMULA FOR THE BALKANS: “DEVIDE ET IMPERA” (editor’ comment)

Such one sided (black&white) approach by the major Western powers certainly is not going to bring the peace and reconciliation to the Balkans, and is not going to heal the wounds between various religious and ethnic entities there. Probably in the previous sentence lies the real answer to such “irrational” and inflammatory Western behavior in the Balkans, which in my opinion can be described simply by the old Latin formula: “Divide and conquer”. And we all know very well who the real “conqueror” and the real culprit, in this story is…

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Media and official evidence of “butchering” Slavic people in Kosovo for human organs- Why the West ignored these atrocities !?

Exposed: how Kosovo Serbs were butchered for organs ———– Former chief prosecutor at the International Court of Justice in the Hague has given details of suspected atrocities by ethnic Albanians in Kosovo in 1999. Carla Del Ponte’s book ‘The Hunt: Me and War crimes’ claims that before killing Serbs and members of other ethnic communities, Kosovo Albanians removed their organs

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When war criminals are celebrated as heroes: NATO military tribunal (ICTY) in Hague has freed the last major Non-Serbian war criminals

When war criminals are celebrated as heroes: NATO military tribunal (ICTY) in Hague has freed the last major Non-Serbian war criminals 29 November 30, 2012, SERBian FBReporter Author: Miodrag Novakovic   U.S soldiers smiling, while Serbian house in their background goes up in flames- destroyed by Albanian terrorists- that today  still enjoy “protection” from NATO occupiers (Serbian province: Kosovo and

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Amnesty Asks Who Committed War Crimes in Kosovo

Following the acquittal of three ex Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA, commanders by the Hague Tribunal, Amnesty International questions whether anybody will answer for crimes in Kosovo committed during the 1998-1999 war.   Amnesty International, AI, has issued a statement following the acquittal of Ramush Haradinaj, a former Prime Minister of Kosovo, and his two co-defendants Idriz Balaj and Lahi Brahimaj,

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