Serb refugees fleeing in front of Albanian terror

IN FOCUS

POST-WAR HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES AGAINST THE SERBS AND OTHER NON-ALBANIANS IN KOSOVO

PART III

Part I Part II

IN MEMORIAM
Josif Vasic, SNC member killed by Albanian Extremists
Dr. Josif Vasic a respectable Serb Moderate Leader in Gnjilane
shot by Albanian extremists in February 2000

 Slavoljub Radunovic
(photo of disturbing contents)

Mutlated body of Slavoljub Radunovic. Photo by UNMIK police. The body was brought to his mother in the monastery in a plastic bag.

 IN MEMORIAM
SLAVOLJUB RADUNOVIC
Murdered by Albanians in Pec, December 1999. Slavoljub, a mentaly retarded young men, left unnoticed a safe shelter in the Pec Patriarchate and entered the town of Pec. Being detected as a Serb he was immediately kidnapped and ten days later his body was found mutilated.

TERROR VICTIMS
Gracko massacre victims, July 99
(photos of disturbing contents)
Times, Harvest Massacre Blamed on Kosovo Guerillas, July 26-00
Guardian, This is What Will Happen To Us All, (Gracko Massacre) July 29-00
AP, Serbs: MD's Death May Spur Exodus, Feb, 27-00


KOSOVO SERB REFUGEES (IDP'S) IN SERBIA PROPER
BHHRG, Refugees From Kosovo - Kraljevo

MORE TEXTS IN THE TESTIMONIES

Photo of Professor's mother in law, lying in coma after the attack
Mrs. Borka Jovanovic, 75, wounded by Albanian mob in Pristina, Nov 29
Her son-in-law, Prof. Dragoslav Basic was killed and his wife
wounded in the same incident. Granny Borka died a few days later.

PRESS REPORT

SUFFERING OF ROMA IN KOSOVO

The Gypsies of Kosovo
Analysis on Kosovo Roma and their Post-War Tragedy
by Paul Polansky


Exclusive Human Rights Watch Report - Aug 1999
ABUSES AGAINST SERBS AND ROMA IN KOSOVO
After the arrival of KFOR Mission to Kosovo

REPORTS FROM ROMA VILLAGES
Reports on Roma by Paul Polansky, May-June 2000
PART I PART II


THE CURRENT SITUATION OF ROMA IN KOSOVO, JULY 2-99
ROMA TESTIFY OF ALBANIAN CRIMES
IWPR, Roma Unwanted Wherever They Go, July 28-99

The Flight of Gypsies from Kosovo, Feral Tribune Aug 9-99
People in No Man's Land - Roma Refugees from Kosovo, AIM Sep 29-99
WSWS, Roma and Ashkali Driven Out en Masse, Sep 26-99

Romas Protest to Macedonian Government, Sep 99
RNN The War in Kosovo is Not Over - Persecution of Roma Continued, Dec 1-99
WP, Kosovo's Unrecognized Victims, March 3-00
Globe & Mail, Kosovo Gypsies Live in Fear of Albanian Revenge, March 23-00
Irish Times, Kosovo Murders Fuel Blood Feud, Apr 17-00


SLAVIC MOSLEMS IN KOSOVO UNDER REPRESSION
SLAVIC MOSLEMS ARE KOSOVO'S UNSEEN REFUGES - LA TIMES
Alomerovic: Slavic Muslims in Kosovo victims of both sides in the conflictB92, Dec 17-99
I Don't Have a Watch - Suffering of Bosniaks and Turks in Kosovo, AIM, Dec 11-99

Halilovic - Slavic Moslems Under the Albanian Repression, AIM, Dec 8-99
Gorani Slav Moslems Struggling Against Albanian Pressure, Danas Nov 18-99
Daily Telegraph (UK) , Muslims seek a haven from hatred in Belgrade, Aug 10-99
RFE Beatings of Gorans Heighthen Ethnic Tensions, Aug 24-99

JEWS DRIVEN FROM KOSOVO
THE INTERVIEW WITH THE LEADER OF THE KOSOVO JEWISH COMMUNITY
Globe and Mail: Targets of terrorism, Pristina's Jews forced to flee, 31 Aug 99
JCM, Jews and Kosovo Crisis, March 2000

KOSOVO CROATS FLEEING THE PROVINCE
Exodus of Catholic Croats from Kosovo - VJESNIK Nov 3, 1999

KOSOVO CIRCASSIANS FLED KOSOVO IN 1998
BBC, Circassians Flee Kosovo Conflict Threatened by KLA, Aug 2, 1998

A KOSOVAN CZECH - TARGET OF ALBANIAN EXTREMISTS
KDN, Letter From Pristina - Even Czechs are Targeted by Albanians, April 5-00

HISTORY IS REPEATING
The Crimes of Kosovo Albanian Nazis Against Serbs in WW2

WW2 Genocide - Albanian SS Skenderbey Division

Skenderbey SS Division Sent Pristina Jews to Bergen Belsen

In fact, one of the first acts of the SS Skanderbeg division in April 1944 was the arresting of 281 Jews in Pristina, and "510 Jews, Communists, Partisans and individual suspects". According to Bernard J. Fischer, writing in Albania at War, 1939-1945 (Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Indians, USA, 1999, p. 187). All 281 Jews were deported to Germany - probably to Bergen-Belsen death camp.... The Jewish population of Yugoslavia today is estimated to be 2500 with most of them living in Belgrade. The recent conflict in Kosovo has ironically led to the exodus of the last of the remaining Jews of Kosovo - something that didn't even happen in the last war in 1941.

More about Kosovo Albanian Nazism during the WW2


Roma Boy wounded by Albanians
A little Roma boy wounded by Albanian extremists
Romas have almost been completely exterminated and driven away by Kosovo Albanians

Roma refugee camp near Obilic, Kosovo
A camp for internally displaced Roma near Obilic, central Kosovo
These people were brutally expelled from their homes by ethnic Albanian extremists and still remain
living in deplorable and unhygienic conditions despite the international presence in the Province

LIFE OF KOSOVO SERBS UNDER THE ALBANIAN DOMINATED
KOSOVO AUTONOMY PRIOR TO MILOSEVIC
Migrations of Serbs and Montenegrins from Kosovo
sociological survey 1985-1986
(the entire book in electronic form)

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LINKS
Albanian Extremists Launch Ethnic Cleansing of Minorities in Post war Kosovo
(from the arrival of KFOR in June 99, selection of international press articles)


"Kosovo Liberation Army" - freedom fighters or...
HRW - Violent Abuses by KLA Members, Report June 1999
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The Albanian Separatists' Terrorism in Kosovo and Metohija

SIRIUS INSTITUTE ARCHIVES ON CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IN KOSOVO

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DAILY NEWS IN ENGLISH
Human Rights Abuses Documented
KOSOVO TESTIMONIES FROM KDN
ORTHODOX PRESS ARCHIVES CENTER FOR PEACE ARCHIVES

 Serbs and Roma in Kosovo 2000
Serbs and Roma, 2000

 ETHNIC MAPS
OF KOSOVO

Serbs and Roma in Kosovo 1991
Serbs and Roma, 1991

 Etnic composition of Kosovo 1991
Ethnic Composition in 1991

STRATFOR INSTITUTE (Kosovo Analyses)

Where Are Kosovo Killing Fields?

Destruction of the Serbian Orthodox Churches
by the Albanian extremists in post war Kosovo

KESTON INSTITUTE - FR. Sava on Destroyed Orthodox
Churches in Kosovo


Some Kosovo Reports - Bishop's Protest

SUFFERING OF KOSOVO SERBS
BURRIALS AND FOUNDING OF SERBS KILLED or BEATEN BY UCK

The area of Pec June - August 1999

In Search of killed Serbs
In Search of Serb civilians killed by UCK (July 1999), Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro
And his monks recovered dozens of bodies of Serb civilians with the assistance of Italian KFOR
Perpertrators of these gruesome massacres have never been found because investigation has
never been done by UN and KFOR authorities

 

 

 
Immediately after the KFOR arrival UCK committed many crimes against Serb civilians

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THESE CRIMES WHICH
WERE COMITTED IN THE PRESENCE OF NATO AND UN?

Serb, Roma, Slav Moslem and Albanian IDP's in the seminary
HOME FOR ALL
Prizren Orthodox Seminary Sheltering Serbs, Romas, Turks and Albanians, Feb 10

The Serbian Orthodox Seminary in Prizren has become a place of refuge for more than 100 Serb, Roma, Slav Moslem and even Albanian refugees who fled from the extremist Albanian terror and crimes

ORTHODOX CHURCH RELIEF PROGRAMS IN KOSOVO

NYT, Monastic Refuge For Kosovars, June 16
AP, Serb Monastery Protects All Peoples, June 17
KRN, Decani Monks' Courage Saved Lives of Many Kosovars, June 23
Chicago Tribune, Abbess Helps Serbs and Ethnic Albanians, June 23

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
CATO Institute Study

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


Kosovo Albanian youths looting Serb houses leaving them in flames, summer 99

DOCUMENTARY COLLATERAL DAMAGE
Available Online
Six months after NATO ended its air war against Yugoslavia, two of
Washington's new breed of hands-on policy analysts, Gary Dempsey and Aaron Lukas, flew to the Balkans to document the "unintended consequences" of NATO's bombing campaign. Equipped with the latest in mini-digital camera technology, they traveled through the region, filming patrols in Kosovo cities where NATO troops are stationed, inspecting bombed-out industrial complexes in Serbia, and interviewing Macedonians, Romanians and Bulgarians who have suffered because of the war. "Collateral Damage: The Balkans After NATO's Air War" is a record of their findings.

AMNESTY INTERNATINAL - NATO VIOLATIONS IN KOSOVO WAR
Amnesty International Web Site text

A German KFOR tank in front of a burning Serb house in Kosovo

Anarchy & Madness
Timothy Garton Ash,
New Yourk Review of Books, Feb, 2000
Reflective text on the difficult situation in Post-war Kosovo. Garton Ash makes a thorough analysis why there is no true peace in Kosovo.

"West won the war. I fear we are losing the peace."


Roma people driven away by Albanians
A group of Roma IDP's driven away from their homes by Albanians
waiting for evacuatio
n. This happened not during the war but after the deployment of UN MIssion
and NATO troops in Kosovo, in July-August 1999.

WHY ARE SUCH SCENES HIDDEN FROM
THE PEOPLE IN THE WEST?

NEW HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH REPORT
Civilian Deaths in the NATO Air Campaign
NEW FIGURES ON CIVILIAN DEATHS IN KOSOVO WAR
(Washington, February 7, 2000) -- About five hundred civilians died in
ninety separate incidents as a result of NATO bombing in Yugoslavia last
year, Human Rights Watch said in a new report released today.

NATO BOMBING OF SERBIA
Crimes against humanity justified as a humanitarian operation

Conclusion Remark
On these pages you can learn only one part of the post war tragic truth in Kosovo. The rest remains in the memory of the Almighty God from whom these crimes committed with the tacit approval of the democratic West could never be hidden.

May God rest the souls of all those who suffered due to madness of their political leaders, barbarism of Albanian terrorists and the hypocritical Western humanism. Amen!


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