Julia Gorin has more on the coming Islamic state of Kosovo. Clinton and the democrats' war. Another stroke of military genius. American men and women actually fought for the jihad and the installation of a militant Islamic state in the heart of Europe.
“What is a Palestinian?” and debunked the myth of Palestinian
nationhood. The piece might just as well have been titled “What is a Kosovar?”,
since that nationhood is at least as false. Everything in the paragraphs below
about the Arab Palestinian “nationality” applies to the Albanian Kosovar
Arabs have been flocking to Israel ever since it was created and even before,
coinciding with the wave of Jewish immigration into Palestine prior to 1948.
Winston Churchill said in 1939: “So far from being persecuted, the Arabs have
crowded into the country and multiplied till their population has increased more
than even all world Jewry could lift up the Jewish population.”
And that raises a question I never hear anyone ask: If Israel’s policies make
life so intolerable for Arabs, why do they continue to flock to the Jewish
According to the most liberal claims by Arab sources, some
600,000 to 700,000 Arabs left Israel in and around 1948 when the Jewish state
was created. Most were not forced out by Jews, but rather left at the urging of
Arab leaders who had declared war on Israel.
Yet, there are far more Arabs living in these territories now than ever
before. And many of those who left in 1948 and thereafter actually had roots in
other Arab nations.
It’s also worth revisiting a piece that came out in Israel’s Haaretz
newspaper in the days following Kosovo’s secession:
…The day may not be far off when the Arabs of Galilee start clamoring for
political independence, too. In recent years, many of them have been cutting
themselves off, psychologically and physically, from the Jewish-democratic State
The Muslims of Kosovo constitute an absolute majority of the population, and
the same is true for the Galilee Arabs. Quite a few Jews have been leaving the
Galilee, especially since October 2000, and not many are joining the sparse
Jewish population there, despite an array of financial incentives…Israeli
governments have resigned themselves to the blatant, unconcealed separatist
actions of the Galilee Arabs, and this only perpetuates the phenomenon. Shimon
Peres, who was appointed by several governments to oversee measures ultimately
aimed at increasing the Jewish presence in the Galilee, talked a lot but did
little. Political correctness, such as halting the campaign to “Judaize
Galilee,” was his guideline.
Kosovo is already here, even without a
formal declaration of independence…This inertia will probably continue, with the
Zionist state financing, via education, health, national insurance and other
state monies transferred to citizens, a population that is de facto establishing
a Palestinian state within the sovereign State of Israel – separate, of course,
from the Palestinian state that the Arabs are pushing for in Judea and Samaria.
[Note: Serbia continues several of these kinds of subsidies for the breakaway
Albanians, who still line up for their Serbian passports.]
So Kosovo is already in Israel, and by the same token, Gaza is already in
Serbian Kosovo. Note the last sentence of this paragraph that I wrote back
Balkan-update dispatches used to start, more or less, like this: “Lifting
themselves up from under the the ash heap of communism, the very secular and
very peaceful, not-very-Muslim Albanians are rediscovering their roots and
religion and have built a mosque to honor their peaceful religion…” Now, as we
can see, these articles are starting with: “In a rare foray into politics,
Islamic leaders in Kosovo…” Next they’ll read, “In a rare foray into
suicide bombings, the Islamists of Kosovo…”
Lo and behold what the one-year anniversary of Kosovo’s “independence” in
February brought with it:
Kosovo Albanian with Suicide Vest Arrested (Feb. 16):
A Kosovo Albanian from the city of Kacanik has been arrested in a cafe in the
southern village of Strpce in Serbia’s province of Kosovo[,] report[s] police
spokesman Arber Beka.
The arrested Albanian wore a suicide vest loaded with explosives.
He was arrested in the cafe called Kvatro around 8:00 pm today. Police and
NATO troops have surrounded the perimeter and are investigating.
The arrest came after a cafe patron spotted that one of the three Albanians
who just walked into the cafe had wires under his jacket.
The police [were] immediately called in and after a search, the police found
explosive[s] in a suicide vest on the body of Arben Husi, one of the 3 ethnic
Albanians who came into the cafe.
In addition to the explosives, the police found a grenade and a
The witnesses say that one of the Albanians ran out of the cafe, while the
second one was held on. After the search, the police tied Husi up to the chair
and then took him to the police station.
It is not clear whether Husi planned to commit a suicide bombing or to just
plant the explosive inside the cafe and activate it after.
located just under the slopes of the Sar mountains and is populated by
[A] Few weeks ago, 2 Albanians stabbed a Serb from Strpce in [the]
There is one overarching point that needs to be made.
Go here for the rest of Julia's extraordinary piece.
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