Apr 30, 2009
Arabia is leading a campaign to “lobby a meaningful number of
recognitions of Kosovo as an independent state” said Serbia’s Foreign
Minister Vuk Jeremic who is taking part at the Ministerial meeting of
the Non Aligned nations in Havana, Cuba.
“We are attempting not to have any new recognitions of Kosovo even
though some formidable countries are attempting to achieve that,” said
Alwaleed bin Talal talks to Naim Ternava, Mufti of Kosovo, who asked
for an establishment of a college for Arabic and Islamic studies in
May 6, 2009
Ambassador to Serbia Jean Francois Terral will attend anti-terror
exercise along with Serbia’s Deputy PM Ivica Dacic at Belgrade’s Nikola
The French anti-terrorist unit RAID, together with the Serbian
Gendarmerie, the Special Anti-terrorist Unit (SAJ) and the
Counter-terrorist Unit (PTJ), will participate in the anti-terrorist
The exercise will also be attended by Croatian, Bosnian, MontenegrSerbian judiciary is ready to persecute the commander of the ethnic
Albanian separatist army that was set up by NATO, confirms Serbian War
Crime Prosecution Spokesperson Bruno Vekaric. Fatmir Limaj, selected by
NATO t command the separatist army, has committed numerous atrocities
among which the prosecution cites the kidnapping of 10 workers of the
Belacevac mine, kidnapping and murder of 30 Serb civilians in the
region of Drenica and persecution of 11 Albanian who were opposed to
the separatists’ terror in 1998. Along with Limaj, the persecution has
evidence of atrocities of Sahit Jashari, Sami Lushtaku and Suleiman
in and Bulgarian special units.
Michaletos | Blog
“He who does not prevent a crime when he can, encourages it.”
There are only three ways to become rich; marry the money, invent
something or steal"
The current global financial crisis coupled with the perennial instability
of the Balkans raises suspicions around the creation of much stronger organized
crime groups that will be able to dictate their rules of the game to both
local governments and international institutions.
Already a trend emerges which has not be fully measured nor examined
by the media that illustrates a significant rise in illegal activities
and a sure rise in the criminal rates.
According to many reliable local sources, criminal gangs tend to merge
and form much stronger teams that are often involved in more than one illegal
sector and in parallel orchestrate multidimensional operations such as
bank robberies in one country and narcotics contraband in another with
a timely fashion and a well coordinated structure.
The latest report by the State Department which was issued on the 27th
of February 2009, points out that all Balkan states have serious organized
crime problems and the local authorities have a great challenge to overcome.
Degenen die de massale criminaliteit door Marokkanen ontkennen, laten
niet alleen de slachtoffers in de steek, maar ook degenen die met
gezinsinterventie en politiewerk de problemen aanpakken.
Door Paul Andersson Toussaint
Op 8 januari dit jaar stond een interview in Het Parool met Fatima
Elatik (PvdA), die tot stadsdeelvoorzitter van het Amsterdamse
stadsdeel Zeeburg was benoemd. Op de vraag of ze zichzelf als een
rolmodel zag, antwoordde Elatik: „Omdat ik Marokkaanse ben of jong en
slim? Ik hoop het laatste. Jongeren werken niet met die labels van
Marokkaan of allochtoon. Dat is volstrekt achterhaald.” Deze door
politieke correctheid gecensureerde kijk op de werkelijkheid komt in
alle politieke kringen van links tot rechts nog steeds veel voor.