Julia Gorin has reported again and again that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Muhammed Atta held Bosnian passports and/or were veterans of the Bosnian war:
And most recently (back in June) how
Bosnia Helped Fund the 9/11 Attacks on America.
has also found new links between Bosnia and the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and
the London and Madrid train bombings. Specifically mentioned are Mohammed Atta,
who coordinated the 9/11 outrage, and Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, Bosnian
citizenship holder and war veteran, former Al Qaeda ‘Operations Chief’, who –
according to Dr Darko Trifunovic – took over the leadership of the Al Qaeda
media campaign (’the Committee’) during the planning of the 9/11. Atta’s
place of residence was a Bosnian hamlet before launching off to Hamburg and the
US for his fatal mission.
Bosnia granted citizenship to 9/11 mastermind Jihad Watch
Citizen of Bosnia
The secular Muslim Bosnians, as everyone knows (except inveterate
“Islamophobes”), are moderates who are deeply committed to moderation and
represent the hope for rapprochement between the West and the Islamic world, for
after all, they have nothing, nothing, nothing whatsoever to do with jihad
violence or Islamic supremacism — except, of course, when they granted
citizenship to a Kuwaiti who worked for a Muslim Brotherhood front and ended up
planning the 9/11 attacks. And then they kept his citizenship a state secret.
“Bosnia: Senior Al-Qaeda figure granted citizenship, says report,” from AKI, January 20 (thanks to all who
sent this in):
Sarajevo, 20 Jan. (AKI) – Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the senior
Al-Qaeda official credited with masterminding the 9/11 terror attacks in the
United States, was granted Bosnian citizenship before the attacks, a local
newspaper reported on Tuesday.
Born in Kuwait to a family originally from the Baluchi region of Pakistan,
Mohammed reportedly went to Bosnia in September 1995, disguised as a
humanitarian worker for an organisation called Egyptian Relief.
He obtained Bosnian citizenship in November the same year, Bosnian daily
Fokus said, quoting local intelligence sources.
The newspaper said Egyptian Relief was just a cover for the
Cairo-based Islamist movement, the Muslim Brotherhood.
Fokus said war-time authorities knew about Mohammed’s presence in Bosnia and
his citizenship was kept a state secret.
Thousands of mujahadeen from Islamic countries came to Bosnia in the
early 1990s to fight with local Muslims and many remained in the country after
the war, acquiring Bosnian citizenship….
Yes, we fought and died for this: Julia Gorin has this:
Tehran Times Political Desk
TEHRAN – The Zionist regime’s recent criminal acts against the people
of Gaza are undoubtedly acts of genocide similar to the one committed
by the Serb forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iran’s Foreign Minister
Manouchehr Mottaki stated on Tuesday.
Addressing foreign diplomats in Tehran, he deplored the international community’s inaction to halt war crimes in Gaza.
is no doubt that the Zionist regime’s recent acts are in breach of the
Geneva Convention and all other international rules and regulations,”
he pointed out.
“The Zionist regime’s crimes in the past
sixty years are obvious examples of crime against humanity which must
be categorized as genocide similar to the many horrendous events in the
recent years like the Serb forces’ acts in Bosnia and Herzegovina,”
He called the situation in Gaza a “test of impartiality” for the international community.
Israel from perpetrating such crimes requires “immediate and united
action” and Iran is ready to team up with other “free nations” to
demonstrate their ability to put an end to the criminal acts and to
provide humanitarian aid to the Palestinian people, he added.
called on all the states and international organizations to condemn the
Zionist regime’s crimes and urged the United Nations Security Council
to hold an emergency session to pass a resolution to halt Israeli blitz
Mottaki said Tehran believes that the UN General Assembly should also hold an emergency meeting to discuss Gaza. […]
And here the Bosnians tacitly admit their own hoax, including with signs reading “Srebrenica 1995 — Gaza 2009″:
of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre of 8,000 Bosnian Muslims protested in
front of the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo on Thursday to call on Washington
to stop Israel’s offensive in the Gaza Strip.
who lost her son and husband when Bosnian Serbs took over the eastern
town of Srebrenica, said she felt solidarity with the Palestinian
“In 2009, Palestinian mothers are going through
ordeals we experienced in 1995 and we are raising our voice because we
know about pain and suffering. We know how it feels to lose a child or
husband,” said Subasic.
Protesters said they felt they had to
react to killings of more than 660 Palestinians and the suffering of
refugees in the 13-day-old offensive launched by Israel.
Hundreds joined the Sarajevo protest, some with placards reading “Stop
the killing of innocent children” and “Srebrenica 1995 — Gaza 2009.”
believe the United States, as the leading world power, could stop the
bloodshed of civilians and, even worse, of children in Gaza,” said
Murat Tahirovic, the head of an association of Bosnian wartime camp
“During the war, the blood, the suffering and the
pain were our everyday scenes and I cannot help but sympathise with the
Palestinian people,” said another protester. “It all reminds us of what
we went through during the war and it must stop.” […]
be tough. Concocting atrocities is a hard business. But just like the
Palestinians, the Bosnians are old hands at it, which is what he must
be talking about.
As Dragan, an observer in France, wrote in an email he distributed on the subject:
media should rather restrain [from] making approximations and
comparisons just in order to make some sort of scoops. “Bosnian victims
of genocide” on one side and “Gazans” on the other. What is the
similarity? If the Bosnian Muslims were “victims of genocide”, then
most logically the “Gazans” or members of Hamas are also the victims of
genocide. But, most evidently the Western governments, USA in
particular, claim that Israel is fighting terrorists in Gaza, and is
right to do so.
[I]n Srebrenica region there were mostly jihadists and foreign
mercenaries, and it is known that they shot Bosnian soldiers and those
who tried to flee [surrounding] Serbian forces. If the elimination of
Muslims “was a Serbian program”, in Bosnia or in Kosovo, which is
completely false, how come those nations tripled ever since, and the
Serbian population diminished? [Just as, Michael Medved points out, the Palestinian population has increased.]
West should make up its mind. Either Palestinians, Hamas included, are
terrorists and Israel has [the] right, and therefore…the others [do as
well], to fight terrorists, or they are victims of genocide. But not
[because of] certain interests and affinities [are] ones “liberation
armies” and the others “terrorists” [while] they both fight legal
authorities and forces.
And a letter from Nick Petrovich, a Serbian-American now living Mexico City:
[the] American Jewish Congress (Henry Siegman) on April 26, 1993 sent
an open letter to Bill Clinton asking him to intervene on the side of
the “peaceful, secular Bosnian Muslims” against the vicious Christian
Serbs. Obviously, this was the result of the campaign mounted by the
public relations firm Ruder Finn to get the American Jews to associate
the civil war in Bosnia with the Holocaust…When all was done, Harff,
the head of Ruder Finn said,
“We outwitted three big Jewish organizations – the B’nai Birth
Anti-Defamation League, The American Jewish Committee, and the American
Getting these organizations to publish a
pro-Bosnian Muslim ad in the New York Times was a tremendous coup,
Harff said[, particularly because wartime Bosnian President Alija
Izetbegovic was a fundamentalist Muslim].
In other words,
American Jewish organizations have been used. However, the Israeli
public was much harder to decieve, because they are much more aware of
history and they knew well that the Serbs had been their only ally
during the Holocaust which was carried out in Yugoslavia by both
Croatian fascist[s] and Bosnian Muslims.
were appauled at what American Jewish organizations ha[d] done, while
Jews of Yugoslav origin in Israel were mortified and said, “We must see
our shame.” By turning their back on the Serbian people, Jews had
nothing to gain, as the following pictures from Sarajevo tell who is who!! [Note the nice Arabic these Bosnians have.]
Boy, it sure is a good thing American Jewry supported the Bosnians’ war:
A graffiti “Kill a Jew” has appeared on the fence of the Croatian National Theater in the center of the Bosnian city of Mostar.
The graffiti “Kill a Jew” also appeared on [trash] containers across the city of Mostar.
symbol for the Croatian Nazi Ustasha, the U, along with the Star of
David was also drawn next to the slogan at the Theater fence.
(Good thing these are the “non-Muslimy” Muslims that were worthy of Western intervention against Christians.)
On prior occasions, Semso Tankovic also said that the terrorist attacks on 9/11 in New York were planned out by the Jews.
protests in Zagreb where Tankovic spoke was reported on the front page
of the official web site of the Bosnian Islamic Community where it also
made an appeal to Bosnian Muslims to visit a website on Facebook.com,
Support Palestine, where they should donate money to the Hamas-ruled
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