Requiem for the murdered Serb civilians  

 
Of Kosovo Serbs and Minority Groups in
Post-war Kosovo
Truth in facts...

PART III

Part I Part II

Suffering of Kosovo Serbs in Post War Kosovo

SUFFERING OF KOSOVO SERBS IN POST WAR KOSOVO

HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES

PHOTO STORY

KOSOVO AS IT IS...

Albanian Terrorism and Organized Crime in Kosovo and Metohija (K&M)

Security Information Agency (BIA), Belgrade, Sep 2003

We are enclosing an introductory part of a comprehensive report of the Belgrade based Security Information Agency (BIA) on ethnic Albanian terrorism and organized crime in Kosovo. The report was first published in Serbian in September 2003 and has been also republished by some Serbian media since then. The full zipped MS Word text of the report with names and biographies of 156 Kosovo Albanian extremists and terrorists responsible for many crimes during the conflict with Serbian Security forces in 1998-1999 as well as in the post-conflict period (1999-2003) is available at:
http://www.geocities.com/amarant1200/alb_ter.zip (262 KB) Word document

 


NATO - KFOR - UNMIK
WHERE ARE 1.300 SERBS

Hundreds of friends and relatives of some 1,300 Serbs who have disappeared in Kosovo since 1998, hold pictures of their loved ones at the rally on the main square in Belgrade, Saturday Aug. 30 2003. Marking the International Day of the Disappeared, the group holds the banner demanding from the NATO (news - web sites)-led Kosovo Force and U.N. officials, who run the current international protectorate in Kosovo, to reveal what happened to the missing people. The banner reads: 'NATO-KFOR-UNMIK, where are 1300 Serbs.' (AP Photo/Mikica Petrovic)


TWO SERB CHILDREN DEAD AND FOUR WOUNDED IN A COWARDLY ATTACK OF KOSOVO ALBANIAN TERRORISTS, August 13, 2003

Orthodox monks abducted by Albanians - After the war in Kosovo, in summer 1999, two Serb Orthodox monks were abducted by Albanian extremists from the KLA. One of them, Fr. Hariton Lukic was found massacred in 2000 while Fr. Stefan Puric is still missing. International authorities have never managed to find the perpertrators.

HURCHES BEHIND BARBED WIRE IN "FREE POST-WAR KOSOVO"
DESPITE UN PROTECTORATE AND NATO PRESENCE


INET, Life is in Danger on the Streets The story about the last 21 Serbs in South Mitrovica A parish church survives behind the barbed wire

Reporter (BL) A Yardful of Serbs (Another story of Fr. Nojic's enclave), Feb 20, 01

Reporter (BL) Train with ethnic schedule, Aug 22, 2001 Story of how Serbs travel in "free" Kosovo today

THE KOSOVO EXODUS CONTINUES, IWPR, JAN 25, 2000

The most tragic incident since the end of the war

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

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.

Kosovo As It Really Is ... Photo Esay about the situation in which Kosovo Serbs live after the war
IMAGES OF POST-WAR KOSOVO

Overview of attacks on Serbs in Kosovo (June 99 - June 2000)

Testimonies of post-war suffering

Life Behind Closed Doors, July 23-99
Suffering of Kosovo Serb Displaced people, June 19-99
AP, Few Serbs Remain in Pristina, Oct 9-99
Prizren After the War - "As Prizren Goes, so Goes Kosovo"
The Independent, Serbs murdered by the hundred since 'liberation 24/11/ 99
THE LESSON OF ORAHOVAC by Natasa Kandic - Feb 2-2000
Humanitarian Law Center Report Related to KLA led violence against minoritie

CATO INSTITUTE STUDY, June 2000
DUBIOUS ANNIVERSARY - KOSOVO ONE YEAR LATER

Destruction of Serb Monumetns in Post-War Kosovo Photos of destruction of Serb monuments in Kosovo and Metohija by Albanian mob.

 

 

 

 

Albanian Extremists Destroy Serb Orthodox Cemeteries

One of the worst kind of post-war barbarism in Kosovo and Metohija is systematic destruction of Serb Orthodox cemeteries in the province, especially in the areas from which Orthodox Serbs fled in front of KLA rebels. Usually the tombstones are broken but there are cases that even bones of the dead are excavated and scattered around. The last phase is covering Serb cemeteries with garbage and debris from the cities so that in many cases one cannot even see where the cemeteries are now. All this happens in the province with 40.000 peacekeepers and the UN mission which have done very little to protect the Serb cemeteries, usually in their own fear that Albanians might have left mines or booby traps in the grass.


VANDALIZED SERB CEMETERY IN MITROVICA

 PHOTO AP

Two French peacekeepers keep guard at a vandalized Serb cemetery in northern Kosovo town of Kosovska Mitrovica, Saturday, Nov. 4, 2000. Various contingents of NATO peace troops stepped up security measures on Saturday as members of the dwindling Serb community in Kosovo visited the graveyards to mark a religious holiday despite the danger of attacks by Kosovo's ethnic Albanians.

(AP Photo/Goran Milasinovic)

 Desecrated graves of monks in Zociste monastery

 Desecrated Serb graves, near Urosevac

 Desecrated Orthodox Graves, Mitrovica cemetery

Desecrated Serb Orthodox cemeteries

LIFE IN BARBED WIRE
Post-War Life of Kosovo Serb Orthodox Monasteries and Churches

After the war Albanian extremists have made thousands of arson attacks on non-Albanian property
Thousands of Serb and Roma homes have been set on fire after the war

A wounded Serb Child
A Serb child wounded by Albanian extremists, August 2000
Attacks against Serbs, Romas and Bosniaks are still part of Kosovo reality

KOSOVO TRANSITIONAL COUNCIL
Declarations on Detainees and Missing People Pristina, May 10

MEMORANDUM OF THE SERB NATIONAL COUNCIL On the suffering of the Kosovo Serb Community in post war Kosovo - April 28, 2000, Gracanica

JOINT STATEMENT ON TOLERANCE, APR 19, 2000
AP, Serbs, Albanians Urge Violence Halt, Apr 19, 2000

Interreligious Council on Kosovo, Apr 13, 2000
Serb Orthodox, Albanian Moslem and Catholic Community supporting tolerance and peace

Mobile Clinic - Gift of Princess Katharina Karadjordjevic
A Gif to Kosovo Serbs - Mobile Clinic of Princess Katarina
Bishop Artemije, Fr. Sava, Dr. Laycock, Dr. Rada Trajkovic

STATEMENT OF BISHOP ARTEMIJE
HELSINKI COMMISSION HEARING
US CONGRESS - FEB 28


Kosovo As It Is....
A view on the Post-War situation in Kosovo - a photo essay

A Serb mother with a child
A Serb woman with her child, Pristina Kosovo summer 1999


LIFE OF SERBS IN POST-WAR PRISTINA
About the life of the last remaining Serbs in Kosovo's capital Pristina. Beside so many international organizations in the city there exists a ghetto in which mostly elderly Serbs live. They cannot evan buy bread in a shop. Walking in the streets or going to a hospital is an open risk to be shot by Albanians.

LISTS OF KIDNAPPED AND KILLED SERBS IN THE POST WAR KOSOVO
Kidnapped Serbs in Kosovo since June 1999
Killed Serbs in Kosovo since June 1999

Serb funeral of two victims of an Albanian mortar attack near Gnjilane, Aug 1999
Funeral of two Serb teenagers killed by an Albanian mortar attack
near Gnjilane, August 18 1999


St. Elias Church near Gnjilani destroyed on Jan 14, 2000
Another Medieval Orthodox Monastery Destroyed, Dec 6
A 14th century Monastery destroyed on September 13, 1999


Destructions of churches is the sign of Anti-European character of Albanian extremism
PPRESS - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW OF BISHOP ARTEMIJE AUG 30

Faulty justifications of NATO "Victory" in Kosovo ATO Institute Study
New Book of the Cato Institute, Washington D.C.
NATO'S EMPTY VICTORY - POSTMORTEM ON THE BALKAN WAR
Foreign Affairs, A Perfect Failure Sep/Oct 1999

HISTORY IS REPEATING
WW2 Genocide - Albanian SS Skenderbey Division


Replacing of one repression by another in Kosovo, after the NATO intervention,
is one of the most disturbing evidences of an essential failure of the international
community to secure peace and manifest true credibility and leadership

WHAT I CAN DO FOR KOSOVO?

Prayer for the dear ones
Prayer for the missing and killed dear ones
Serb Orthodox Christians in Kosovo

KOSOVO WOUNDS - THE MISSING

Where are missing Sebs
More than 1200 Serbs have been kidnapped by the KLA or have gone missing in Kosovo.
Their families constantly appeal to the international community to find them

NEWS FROM KOSOVO AND METOHIJA
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EXCLUSIVE HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH REPORT, Feb 7-00
Civilian Deaths in the NATO Air Campaign

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