News.... Reports....Testimonies

Page 2


Royal Family back in country
Crown Princess Catharina, Prince Alexander, Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia, Prince Peter and Prince Philip back in their ancestral palace in Belgrade

Wall Street Journal (EU) Al Qaeda's Balkan Link

The Wall Street Journal Europe from November 1, 2001 published the article “Al Qaeda's Balkan Links” by Marcia Christoff Kurop, offering a candid review of the development of the Islamic militancy in the Balkans, and the unholy alliance with the Western powers taking place there. The full text is available on the Freedom of the speech Site linked above since the WSJ site is open only to subsrcibers.

Underestimating millitant Islamic influence in Kosovo and Albania helps creating a new gateway for the "holy warriors" towards Western Europe. Using channels of Albanian mafia and UCK millitants Al Qaida strengthens its presence in Europe.

INDEPENDENT (UK)- BIN LADEN LINKED TO ALBANIAN DRUG GANGS October 21, 2001
BIN LADEN SUPPLIED KLA DURING THE KOSOVO WAR

Interpol believes that Osama bin Laden is linked to Albanian gangs who have taken over a growing web of crime across Europe. The investigations into organised crime links with his terrorist network also show that Mr bin Laden supplied one of his top military commanders for an elite KLA unit during the Kosovo conflict. ...
Albanian heroin and gun trafficking gangs mushroomed during the Kosovo war and are becoming more powerful. They have taken control of 70 per cent of the heroin market in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Scandinavian countries.

Washington Post, Feds: Ecstasy ring linked to mob, Kosovo, Oct 25 2001

Frank J. Cillufo, a terrorism analyst with the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, testified before a House Judiciary subcommittee last December that the Kosovo Liberation Army had its hands in the international drug trade before NATO troops moved in and ousted the Yugoslav army. "During the NATO campaign against the former Yugoslavia in the spring of 1999, the allies looked to the KLA to assist in efforts to eject the Serbian army from Kosovo," Cillufo said. "What was largely hidden from public view was the fact that the KLA raise part of their funds from the sale of narcotics. Albania and Kosovo are at the heart of the 'Balkan Route' that links Afghanistan and Pakistan to the drug markets of Europe. This route is worth an estimated $400 billion a year and handles 80 percent of heroin destined for Europe."

Articles on KLA-Kosovo & Osama Bin Laden

International articles on KLA and Drug smuggling

More on KLA-Bin Laden (Islamic) links...

A Kosovo Serb family
Kosovo Serb family facing a difficult choice
between life of isolation or leaving Kosovo
The quality of life of non-Albanian population in Kosovo Province after the war is not improving while the UN Mission essentialy fails to comply with the basic requirements of the UNSC Resolution 1244. Serbs do not enjoy freedom of movement out of their KFOR protected enclaves, they do not have normal access to the medical, educational and cultural facilities and live an isolated life depending almost completely on humanitarian aid and KFOR assistance. While UN Resolution grants free return of all refugees and IDP's Kosovo Serbs still cannot return to their homes while the destruction of Serb Orthodox holy sites, cemeteries and remaining houses continues despite the international presence. With such a score UN Mission in Kosovo presents the flagrant failure and serves more or less as a covering for Kosovo Albanian mafia and millitants to pursue their policy of ethnically clean Kosovo. This truth is still missing from the front pages of the world media.

SERB CHILDREN FROM VELIKA HOCA VISIT DECANI MONASTERY

Decani Monastery, October 22 - A group of children from the ghettoized Serb village
of Velika Hoca were brought to Decani Monastery by German KFOR to attend the
Sunday Liturgy and have communion. (click each photo to enlarge)

American Elementary School Supports Decani Monastery, Oct 16 - 2001
FULL REPORT

WASHINGTON D.C.

Serb Americans in front of Capitol
Serb Americans Gather in Washington D.C. for Second Annual Leadership Conference, 8 Sep 2001
Among guests at the Conference were Bishop Artemije, Abbot of Decani Fr. Teodosije and deacon Vasilije Delic FULL REPORT

OSCE Intolerance to Kosovo Minorities Bumpers
Developing Democracy, Oct 2001

Full Text Report:
THE LATEST OSCE REPORT ON POSITION OF ETHNIC MINORITIES IN KOSOVO
Kosovo society still based on ethnic and religious discrimination
Christian monuments still exposed to everyday desecration

All previous OSCE minority reports in post war Kosovo


An OSCE team in a Roma camp
The role of OSCE and UNMIK in protection of minorities has been reduced more or less to registering the crimes and issuing reports while Kosovo is still ruled by criminal gangs, terrorists and narco-mafia in the presence of 40.000 NATO led peacekeeping troops

DOZENS OF CENTURIES OLD CHRISTIAN ORTHODOX CHURCHES
PERISH BEFORE THE ALBANIAN EXTREMISTS

If the West continues with unconditioal support to the Albanian unsatiable claims the centuries old
Christian culture will be turned into ashes

Matejce St Sava's Icon Desecrated by UCK terrorists

Orthodox christians pray in a half devastated medieval monastery of Matejce, Macedonia Under the omnipresent Albanian double-headed eagle with UCK sign dozens of medieval Christian Orthodox monasteries and churches in Kosovo and Macedonia have perished under the assault of modern barbarians (an icon of St. Sava in Podujevo church, Kosovo. The same simbol and the same political goal.
All this is going on in the presence of around 50.000 peacekeepers in the area.....

Destruction of Orthodox religious heritage in Macedonia

 

ORTHODOX CHRISTIANS ALL OVER THE WORLD CONDEMN THE TERRORIST ATTACKS IN THE US AND PRAY FOR THE REPOSE OF THE VICTIMS

Destroyed Orthodox Shrines in Kosovo

TWO FACES OF THE SAME EVIL
Terrorism in Kosovo is directly linked to the world terrorism
Kosovo Talibans have destroyed more than 100 Christian churches after the end of the war

Kosovo Liberation Army - European Talibans
From "freedom fighters" to narco-mafia and terrorists

Bishop Artemije and Abbot Teodosije of Decani expressed Condolances in their
letter to Kosovo Desk Officers At the US Department of State, Sep 14, 2001

Deeply troubled by the recent tragic events in the United States, we are taking this opportunity to express our sincerest condolences. These barbarous and senseless terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, DC are attacks against entire civilized world. We continue praying in our churches and monasteries for the repose of the victims, as well as for those who fight selflessly putting their lives in direct danger to rescue their fellow human beings.

After more than two years of post-war destruction of our churches, cemeteries and our centuries old culture, as well as many terrorist attacks against innocent people in Kosovo, we assure you that our community feels full solidarity with the United States in these moments of grief. We remain hopeful that civilized humanity will firmly stand against this evil of terrorism and religious fanaticism and defend the values on which the European and American civilization are based.

Where to go?
KOSOVO SERBS AND THE ELECTIONS
Between Albanian terrorism, Western hipocrisy

Orthodox Serbs in Kosovo squeezed between the Kosovo Albanian community which wants them out of the Province and the international community which offers only restricted freedom in military protected ghettoes. Where to go?

Gen Ottogalli and Fr. Sava in Decani
Chief of Staff of the Italian Army Gen.OTTOGALLI visited Decani Monastery, Sep 19 2001
"Serbian Orthodox churches and monasteries are landmarks of European civilization and culture in
this part of the world and our soldiers will continue to protect them"
FULL PRESS RELEASE

APPEAL OF PATRIARCH PAVLE TO THE WORLD LEADERS AGAINST
TERRORISM IN KOSOVO AND MACEDONIA
, Sep 14, 2001

QUO VADIS EUROPA CHRISTIANA?
How long Europe will tolerate systematic persecution of Christianity in Kosovo
by Albanian Muslim extremists

SUPPORT THE APPEAL
RETURN AND EQUAL CIVIL RIGHTS FOR ALL IN KOSOVO AND METOHIA


CHURCHES BEHIND BARBED WIRE IN "FREE POST-WAR KOSOVO"

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

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



Where are our dear ones? Looking for the missing...

The Guardian, MISSING SERBS COMPOUND KOSOVO'S PAIN,
August 24, 2001

Thousands cling to the hope that their loved ones are alive. But often a grim truth awaits them in Belgrade
More on missing Serbs in Kosovo and Metohia

MORE NEWS