NEWS.... REPORTS... TESTIMONIES
ANTI SERB TERROR IN KOSOVO CONTINUES..... 

KOSOVO TESTIMONIES - ARCHIVES
International Press Articles on Post-war suffering of Kosovo Serbs
Daily News Updates on Kosovo Related Issues

British Intelligence had information about the possible terrorist attack in Feb 17, 2001
The main Kosovo Albanian suspect who ran away from the US camp had been working for CIA

 Since the terrorist attack on a Serb civilian bus (Feb 17) in which 11 people were killed (two of them children) and 40 wounded a few Kosovo Albanian suspects have been arrested by UN police. The main suspect Florim Ejupi has been found direcly linked to the circles of Kosovo Albanian organized crime, close to the former KLA and its successor, UN/NATO sponosred Kosovo Protection Corps. Despite all security measures Ejupi managed to run away from the American detention facility in Camp Bondsteel soon after his arrest. British Sunday Times reveals in its article by Bob Graham (July 29: British troops' error led to bus bomb) that "UN sources believe that Florim Ejupi had been working for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). His trial would have been a serious embarrassment, they claim".
The Sunday Times, BRITISH TROOPS' ERROR LED TO BUS BOMB, July 29 2001
On the same day, July 29 Washington Post brings a comprehensive article on the situation in Kosovo, directly accusing the highest authorities of the internationally sponosred Kosovo Protection Corps as being involved in organized crime and persecution of Serb population
Washington Post, RULE OF LAW IS ELUSIVE IN KOSOVO, July 29 2001

The copies of both articles are available on our page - LINK

HOW LONG WILL UN AND NATO COMPROMISE THEMSELVES TOLERATING THE
GROUPS INVOLVED IN TERRORISM, DRUG SMUGGLING AND PERSECUTION OF MINORITIES?

KLA - NATO/UN RELATIONS
Sunday Times UK, CIA Aided Kosovo Guerrilla Army, March 12, 2000

WHAT IS KLA - UCK
(a database of dozens of international articles revealing the role of this contraversial organization
Since October '99 KLA is "transformed" into a UN sponosred civillian Corps)


HOW THE TRASFORMED KLA WORKS NOW AS A " CIVIL PROTECTION CORPS"?
Observer London, UN Backed KPC's Reign of Terror, March 12, 2000
Washington Post, Kosovo Albanian Unit Is Accused Of Abuses, March 15, 2000
ZERI, Musaj Family - We Were Attacked, July 11, 2000 - Abuses of KPC

It is only two years that the UN/NATO authorities admit their mistakes...but is it to late?
Associated Press - 5 Highest Ranking Kosovo Protection Corps Officers
Suspended, July 6 2001

Before Kosovo wide elections Kosovo Serbs must be granted basic human rights
Letter of Bishop Artemije to int'l factors in Kosovo, June 26-01

Assessment of the Situation of Ethnic Minorities in Kosovo
OSCE latest report, March, 2001, PDF (OSCE Site)

Assessment of the Situation of Ethnic Minorities in Kosovo, Oct. 2000

BBC, Analysis: Serbs Under Threat, Feb 16-01

BBC, The Kosovo Legacy, March 21-01
"They [ethnic Albanians] guessed correctly Kosovo would be a pure
Albanian territory regardless of the West's love for "multi-ethnicity"

Jonathan Eyal
the Director of Studies at the Royal United Services Institute, London


A BUS WITH SERB CIVILIANS BLOWN UP BY ALBANIAN TERRORISTS
February 17, 2001
Ten Serb civilians (including a child) have died and 40 wounded

 Kosovo - Field of the Blackbirds  [AP] Kosovo blast kills 10, injures 40 Serbs, Feb 17-01
[TIMES] Women and children die in bus blast, Feb 17-01

[BBC] Kosovo on alert after bomb attack, Feb 17-01
[BBC] Serbs die in Kosovo bus blast , Feb 17-01
[BBC] Serbs bury bus bomb victims, Feb 18-01

BBC, Kosovo Capital Hit by Bomb Blast, Apr 18-01
One Serb was killed and four others injured by a large bomb that went off
near Yugoslav Government offices in the Kosovo capital Pristina.

The Cry of Serbs in Kosovo and Metohia, Bishop Atanasije Jevtic

Destruction of Churches and Monasteries in Post-war Kosovo

HERITAGE ERADICATION

SERB CULTURAL HERITAGE VANDALIZED IN POST-WAR KOSOVO

Desecrated Icons

Destroyed Monuments

Desecrated Cemeteries 

Serb Orthodox Seminary in Prizren
Gracanica Monastery
The true face of the NEW KOSOVO "FREEDOM"
Christian Orthodox Seminary in Prizren and Gracanica Monastery
Under the strong KFOR Protection


VANDALIZED SERB CEMETERY IN MITROVICA

HOW SERB CHILDREN TRAVEL TO SCHOOL


Spanish soldiers escort Serb children on their way to school to ensure safe movement through Albanian areas Even children are not spared in a systematic campaign of Albanian extremists against Serbs and minorities
FULL STORY (KFOR WEB SITE)

EUROBALKANS - Kosovo - the present reality and future prospects

PRISTINA SERB GHETTO STILL SURVIVES TWO YEARS AFTER

INSECURITY DESPITE KFOR PRESENCE
Life of the Serb Ghetto in Pristina

Serb Ghetto in Pristina 
The Serb Ghetto in Pristina - home to 280 among tha last remaining Serbs in Pristina
24 hours under the KFOR protection.

THE SERB GHETTO IN PRISTINA ATTACKED BY A ROCKET PROPELLED GRENADE October 23, 2000

DIFFICULT CONDITIONS FOR THE PASTORAL WORK OF THE SERBIAN ORTHODOX CLERGY
Serb Orthodox Priest Shot by Albanian extremists in Kosovo, July 12-2000


FORMER UNHCR CHIEF IN KOSOVO RECOGNIZED FAILURES OF THE MISSION:

 "There was from the start an environment of tolerance for intolerance and revenge...There was no real effort or interest in trying to deter or stop it. There was an implicit endorsement of it by everybody -- by the silence of the Albanian political leadership and by the lack of active discouragement of it by the West.... Action was needed, in the first days and weeks, when the old images of Albanians forced out of Kosovo on their tractors were replaced by Serbs fleeing Kosovo on their tractors, and as it became clear that the effort to push minorities out of Kosovo was continuing and organized...

This violence against the minorities has been too prolonged and too widespread not to be systematic... We can't easily say who's behind it, but we can say we have not seen any organized effort to stop it or any effort to back up the rhetoric of tolerance from Albanian leaders with any meaningful action."

"This is not why we fought the war."

Denis McNamara, UNHCR Chief in Kosovo
from New York Times, July 3, 2000
U.N. Official Warns of Losing the Peace in Kosovo


Kosovo Albanian Crimes Against Serbs Condemned by International Community

BISHOP ARTEMIJE ON THE FIRST DAYS AFTER THE WAR
DIARY OF BISHOP ARTEMIJE - KOSOVO ON THE CROSS (June 99)
 

Kosovo Serb Enclaves in Barbed Wire
Kosovo Two Years After - Apartheid, Ghettos, Barbed Wire, Enclaves, No Human Rights
KFOR check point at the entrance to the Serb village of Gracanica, 5 km east of Pristina


INTERNATIONAL AND LOCAL PRESS ON KOSOVO EVENTS

 Kosovo Daily News

 kosovo.net

 Kosovo Flash News

KOSOVO INFO PAGE - LINKS

 "More than half a year has passed since the war’s end, and ethnically motivated demonstrations, robberies, armed assaults and kidnappings still threaten daily life. Ethnic Albanians, accounting for more than 90 percent of the population in Kosovo, are taking advantage of their numbers to punish the remaining Serbs. According to Stanimir Vukicevic, chairman of the Yugoslav committee for cooperation with the United Nations in Kosovo, 1,400 Serbs have been either kidnapped or killed since the end of the bombing in June 1999. Essentially, NATO’s bombing campaign in Kosovo merely reversed the main current of violence, giving the upper hand to the majority Albanian population and allowing the ethnic violence to persist. "
STRATFOR INSTITUTE REPORT, FEB 8, 2000

Anarchy and Madness, Timothy Garton Ash, NYREV
"West won the war. I fear we are loosing the peace."

WHAT I CAN DO FOR KOSOVO?

 A Postmortem on the Balkan War  "NATO may have thwarted the Belgrade government's goal of cleansing Kosovo of its ethnic Albanian inhabitants, but the Kosovo Liberation Army now pursues an equally systematic strategy to cleanse the province of Serbs, Gypsies, and all other non-Albanians. It is increasingly apparent that the alliance's ostensible goal of a tolerant, democratic, and multiethnic Kosovo is a fantasy. "

by Ted Galen Carpenter, Cato Institute, Washington D.C.

Foreign Affairs, A Perfect Failure Sep/Oct 1999
Faulty justifications of NATO "Victory" in Kosovo

 Noam Chomsky - Lessons From Kosovo  "The notion of "humanitarian war" ought to be mocked by those paid to keep the record straight. But it remains a propaganda success. Noam Chomsky, our greatest unraveller of accredited lies, addresses this in his powerful new book, The New Military Humanism: Lessons from Kosovo. The NATO action, he writes, "has ...[opened] gates to a ... new epoch of moral rectitude under the guiding hand of an 'idealistic New World bent on ending inhumanity."...The New Military Humanism, like the Third Way, is a euphemism for the rehabilitation of an imperialism that dares not speak its name."
--John Pilger, New Statesman
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