A disquieting report from Jihad Watch reader Sparta: "On the heels of the death threat against Bishop Artemije of Kosovo and the Islamofascist-organized demonstration against Decani monastery (April 14 and 8), there's now more indication of Muslim Albanian violence brewing against Serbian Christians -- and that the dhimmified "international community" knows it. These latest escalations are remniscent of the lead-up to the March 2004 riots by Albanian Muslims that left 19 people dead, 900 people injured (including 65 international members of UN and NATO), 4,100 people chased from their homes (most of them Serbs), about 800 Serb and Roma (Gypsy) houses and apartments looted and torched, and 30 Serbian Orthodox holy shrines either completely destroyed or heavily damaged. If this is what is happening now with international babysitters (mostly from Christian countries!) what will happen when and if Kosovo is declared to be an independent Muslim state?"
Europe Prepares to Evacuate 40,000 Kosovo Serbs
Focus News Agency (Bulgaria)
April 18, 2006
Podgoritca. Chair of Serbian National Council for Central Kosovo Rada Trajkovic revealed that WHO and UN Refugee Agency are preparing project for evacuation of 40,000 Serbs who are expected to leave Kosovo after it receives its independence. The project is in its final stage and crisis headquarters that will receive Serbs who would leave Kosovo are being set up, Montenegrin newspaper Dan reads today. Trajkovic expressed her regret the World Trade Organization participates in a project for moving Serbians from Kosovo. "I am waiting for official reaction from Belgrade because instead of creating an environment to keep the Serbs in Kosovo there is a project that proposes leaving it," Trajkovic noted.
Cleveland Plain Dealer
Saturday, April 15, 2006
Supporters of Bishop Artemije, the main Serbian Orthodox Church official for the regions of Kosovo and Metohija in the former Yugoslavia, say the outspoken cleric may be the target of an assassination plot.
Artemije visited St. Sava Cathedral in Parma in February on a tour of the United States to oppose the Kosovo region becoming an independent state. In his talks here, Artemije said terrorist activity by the Albanian majority against the remaining Serbian population would rival al-Qaida's if independence is granted.
Rada Trajkovic, an executive board member of the Serbian National Council of Kosovo and Metohija, said a group of "Muslim Albanian terrorists" in the Podujeco area of Kosovo are planning the attack.
She has raised those concerns both to Serbian newspapers and to the U.N. Mission in Kosovo but complained that the United Nations did only a "cursory" investigation....