Islamic Bomb Attack on Kosovo Serbian Christians

Clinton backed these summabitches in the nineties — send US troops to kill the Serbs (the Christians) and align with jihad. Unbelievable.

Wait, it gets better. They are going to give the barbarians an independent state, a militant Islamic state in the heart of Europe.

And you have to love the Orwellian honor killing of the English language of "clashes between
Albanians and Serbs."
Translation: Muslims vs Christians. There's a whole separate language for Islam, a whole other double speak: "asians," "youths", "immigrants," especially "third generation immigrants," et al.

Deadly Kosovo blast labelled terrorism Sky News

An explosive device blew up during a protest by Kosovo Serbs in the
flashpoint city of Kosovska Mitrovica killing one man and wounding 11 others,
the EU mission says.

Serbia labelled the explosion a 'flagrant terrorist act' during the protest
by Kosovo Serbs against the opening of a Kosovo government office in the
ethnically divided northern city.

Mesud Dzekovic, a doctor, died in hospital from wounds sustained in the
blast, Serbian state news agency Tanjug said.

Six women and five men were also hurt in the blast which went off after
police stopped several hundred Serbs from getting to the government office

Serbs, who make up a majority in the northern part of the city, had gathered
to protest the opening of the office, regional police spokesman Besim Hoti told
AFP. Police estimated about 1500 Serbs took part in the protest.

When the protesters were leaving, a loud blast was heard, Hoti said.

The National Security Council of Serbia, headed by President Boris Tadic,
insisted the incident was a terrorist attack carried out by Albanian

Serbia does not recognise Kosovo's 2008 declaration of independence and still
considers the territory a breakaway province.

Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic described the incident as an
'unequivocal attempt to provoke Serbia' ahead of a looming statement by the top
UN court on the status of Kosovo, Tanjug reported.

Mitrovica has frequently been the scene of inter-ethnic clashes between
Albanians and Serbs.

Kosovo police were investigating the incident, an EU mission spokeswoman told
AFP. The EU mission is working to strengthen Kosovo's police and judicial

It positioned two special units around the scene of the blast, spokeswoman
Irina Gudeljevic said.

The EU mission 'condemns the blast as any other violent acts and encourages
all sides to remain calm and avoid any actions that could lead to deterioration
of the situation' in Mitrovica, she said.

The EU mission supports these animals. Who are they kidding?

Kosovo's ethnic Albanian majority unilaterally proclaimed independence in
February 2008. The move has been recognised by 69 countries, including the
United States and 22 of the 27 EU member states.

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