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Bosnia Helped Fund 9/11 Attacks

While the whitewashing of Bosnia continues ……….  Gorin drops this bombshell.

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Bosnia Helped Fund the 9/11 Attacks on America Julia Gorin

On the website of Andy Wilcoxson, the only American to cover the
Milosevic trial (which was billed as the “Second Nuremberg” and
prosecuting supposedly the “biggest atrocity since World War II”), we
have a report from a predominantly Muslim Sarajevo TV station.

Bosnian TV alleges Muslim official linked to 9/11 attacks
BBC Monitoring European. London: May 9, 2008.

Excerpt from report by Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation public TV, on 5 May

[Host
Bakir Hadziomerovic] On last night’s [Bosnian] Federation Television
prime-time news, it was reported that the OHR [Office of the High
Representative] anti-corruption team was completing an extensive
investigation against several individuals involved in economic crime,
aiding war criminals and terrorist activities worldwide as well as
individuals involved in the wide network of construction mafia. Based
on reliable information, tonight we are revealing the names of the
people whose illegal, criminal and terrorist activities have already
been proven by the anti-corruption team.

According to
exclusive confirmations [that we have received], the investigation
conducted by OHR experts concerns Hasan Cengic, member of the SDA
[Party of Democratic Action] Main Board and a person who during the
aggression against our country was the master of the TWRA [Vienna-based
Muslim charity suspected of helping smuggle arms into Bosnia and
channelling funds to radical Islamists] donor chest. In
addition to Cengic’s criminal undertakings involving donated funds
worth several million, which “60 Minutes” has repeatedly reported on in
detail, the anti-corruption team has allegedly come into possession of
a document in which Hasan Cengic personally signed a money transfer
intended for the Al-Qai’dah 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York and
Washington.


According to reliable and confirmed information from diplomatic
quarters, the anti-corruption team will soon submit all the gathered
documentation proving brutal criminality as well as involvement in
terrorist activities and in the hiding of war criminals to the B-H
[Bosnia-Hercegovina] prosecutor’s office special department for
organized crime, after which arrests and trials of those responsible
will ensue.

So
let’s understand what is happening here: While Western powers continue
to deny that Bosnia and Kosovo have become terror havens, transit
points, and bases of operations, some Bosnian Muslims themselves (and
this isn’t
the first time) are calling their government out (though most are still
in a Western-encouraged denial). Similarly, while Western governments
continue to inflate the true number of people killed during the Bosnian
war — and want us to keep thinking the deaths were almost exclusively
Muslim — something called The Bosnia Association (again, made up mostly
of Muslims) is trying to get the real numbers and victims, even if
they’re Serb and Christian. As to the Muslim report above calling the
secessionist war THEY started an “aggression against [their] country,”
we must be content with baby steps when it comes to dealing with the
Middle East, even if it’s in Europe.

Moral of the story: It
was OK with our government that the Bosnian embassy in Austria, which
issued a passport to Osama bin Laden in 1992, was issuing passports to
mujahedin streaming into Bosnia, but as to the no-brainer that while
the Bosnian officials were doing this they were also funding and
facilitating future attacks against the West, well don’t expect to hear
any word from our government anytime soon. Last summer a U.S. official
tried to broach the subject of Bosnia as a fundamentalist/terrorist
breeding ground:

Al-Qa’idah has helpers in Bosnia, deputy peace envoy says (Excerpt from report by Bosnian Serb news agency SRNA)

Sarajevo,
18 August: Bosnia-Hercegovina [B-H] Principal Deputy High
Representative Raffi Gregorian has underlined that Al-Qa’idah has its
helpers in B-H who are ready to assist in hiding agents, giving
financial assistance or false documents.

Gregorian said that
over the past few years the international community has continuously
pointed out the problem of the mujahidin presence in B-H, assessing
that it was time for this issue to be resolved.

He emphasized
that “foreign fighters” should have left B-H long ago, while some of
them have been declared as a threat to the national security of B-H.

Asked
whether “a few dozen dangerous” [persons] had links with Al-Qa’idah,
Gregorian said that some of them did and that there “were people who
fought in B-H who in some way were directly linked to Al-Qa’idah”.

“There
are definite indications that some of those who were detected had links
with Al-Qa’idah,” he said, adding that some intelligence agencies
consider B-H as one of Al-Qa’idah’s transit points.

He confirmed that hundreds of people were granted B-H citizenship under suspicious circumstances or in an unlawful way…

Another report on this overdue and understated but apparently maverick admission by a member of U.S. officialdom:

U.S. diplomat warns of Al-Qaeda in Bosnia

Al-Qaeda uses Bosnia for transit, receiving help from Islamic veterans of the 1990s war, a U.S. diplomat says.

Bosnia came under the spotlight after the September 11, 2001 terror
attacks on the United States due to the presence in the former Yugoslav
republic of fighters from Islamic countries.

Hundreds
of them joined the mainly Muslim Bosnian army during the country’s
1992-1995 war. Although they were ordered to leave under the terms of
the peace deal, some stayed on after obtaining Bosnian citizenship.

“There were people who fought in Bosnia and who were, in a way, directly linked with al-Qaeda,” Gregorian said.

Bosnia
recently revoked the citizenship of nearly 400 people, including a
number of former Muslim fighters, due to irregularities in the process.

Six terror suspects of Arab origin linked to the al-Qaeda
terror network were arrested in Bosnia and handed over to the U.S.
authorities in 2002.

Briefly, the reaction from
Bosnia’s “moderate” grand mufti, who is frequently feted all around the
U.S. by synagogues, churches, universities, politicians and the State
Department:

Bosnian Grand Mufti accuses OHR official of “spreading Islamophobia” (Text of report in English by Croatian news agency HINA)

The
head of the Islamic community in Bosnia-Hercegovina, Mustafa Ceric, has
said that in his country there are no persons who may be cooperating
with Al-Qa’idah, and accused Deputy High Representative Raffi Gregorian
of spreading Islamophobia with his claims that some persons of
Afro-Asian origin who were granted Bosnian citizenship are probably
linked with this terrorist group.

“It is a sin and immoral to link Bosnian Muslims with terrorist organizations,” Ceric said.

“Such
statements give us grounds to fear that this is an introduction for the
next act of genocide against our people,” Ceric told believers who
gathered in the south-eastern town of Nevesinje for the ceremony of
opening a reconstructed mosque.

In his strong-worded address, Ceric said that the same language had been used about Jews before the Holocaust was committed.

Gregorian dismissed claims from the Bosnian Serb media about thousands
of possible Al-Qa’idah helpers in Bosnia as utter nonsense. Asked how
many of those problematic persons there were in Bosnia, Gregorian
answered “more than ten and less than a hundred”.

So…between
11 and 99? Well that’s a pretty small and tidy sum, and certainly not
one over which to risk a diplomatic row by calling attention to it, as
Gregorian has done. Chris Deliso’s The Coming Balkan Caliphate offers quite a different number:

The
Dayton Agreement of July 1995, which ended the war in Bosnia and
created a tripartite ethnic federation, stipulated that the former
mujahedin leave at once. No doubt in expectation of such a decree, the
Izetbegovic government had by then been busily supplying hundreds of
mujahedin with Bosnian passports for some time, in an effort to remove
the heroes of Bosnian liberation from the pool of “foreigners” expected
to leave. While some mujahedin did go, between several hundred and one
thousand stayed. Many married local women and began to raise families,
creating bizarre pockets of Afghanistan-in-Europe in Sharia-run
villages like Bocinja Donja, which had been ethnically cleansed of its
Chrstian Serbian inhabitants by the mujahedin and handed over to them
thereafter as a “reward” for their services.

Considering what the Wahhabis have proven capable of doing in the name
of religion, it is understandable that the average Bosnian might find
it wiser to keep quiet and avoid trouble. Yet even political leaders
and mainstream Muslim clerics have been accused of showing excessive
timidity. Vildana Selimbegovic, a Sarajevo news editor, decried how in
Bosnia “politicians do not want to or are too afraid to talk. The
majority of Muslims remain silent. It seems that they will remain
silent until the devil claims his due.”

[I]n Sarajevo the Wahhabis have control of several mosques, including
the city’s most central place of worship, the towering, Saudi-funded
King Fahd Mosque. “Over the past five years, they have built very few
new factories in Bosnia, but 1,000 new mosques have gone up,” says
[terror expert Darko] Trifunovic. “It is not a revolution, but rather a
silent transition.”

No doubt episodes like the following contributed to the problem of unaccounted-for mujahedin in Bosnia. Also from Deliso:

A
rarely seen video taken in 1994 by the mujahedin themselves clearly
shows blue-helmeted British soldiers relieving Bosnian Serb soldiers of
foreign Islamists they had captured and releasing the delighted jihadis
unscathed in the central Bosnian town of Travnik to cheers of “Allah Akbar!”

Then again, we can’t expect too much from Gregorian, who was of course part of
the international Slav-killing machine of the 1990s, playing his role
in the formation of the new, terror-harboring Bosnia that he now warns
of.

Incidentally, here
was the response by a Bosnian security agency: “Special Services, part
of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA), has no
information on anyone with ties to the terrorist organisation al-Qaeda
living in the country, says the head of the anti-terrorism department
in SIPA, Aner Hadzimahumutovic.”

No wonder this former terrorist is
frustrated: “I will never understand Bosnia and the people that lead
this country. I openly tell them that I am a terrorist and that I
committed many crimes, but they are convincing me that I have not and
that I am innocent…Al-Qaeda…[was] interested in creating a base that
would allow them to increase their radius of operations….Some leaders
of the Western World noticed that, but did nothing. ”

While
terrorists are trying to tell us what they’re up to, the US, NATO, and
EU still maintain that there are no terrorists in Bosnia. In February
2006, for example, Jim Jatras, former Senate Republican Foreign Policy
Committee analyst and currently the director of the American Council
for Kosovo, was told by Rosemary DiCarlo, Deputy Asst. Secretary of
State for Europe, that Islamic radicalism doesn’t exist in Kosovo and
that “we’re watching it closely.” Jatras and Kosovo Bishop Artemije had
to suppress a simultaneous laughing fit.

There’s much much more – go here.

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