Jihadists from Bosnia strike in Israel. From Bosnia? But isn’t the Israeli/Palestinian conflict a local one about territory? There are immigrants from the Middle East among these people, but also Slavs. Why would someone from Bosnia care about this conflict? What’s that? Because of the Islamic imperative to recover land that once belonged to the Dar al-Islam, and not allow non-Muslims to rule there? What are you, some kind of Islamophobe? From AxisGlobe, with thanks to Fraser:
On December, 5 a Palestinian suicide bomber exploded in the Israeli city of Netanya. As a result of that of terrorism 5 Israelis died, 95 were wounded. This act of terrorism has a strategic value. It was called to provoke escalation of the Middle-Eastern conflict to affect the outcome of the upcoming parliamentary elections in Palestine and Israel.
According to the data from the investigators, radical Islamic organization Al-Asifa from the Balkans is involved in this terrorist act. It unites Slavic adherents of the Islamic fundamentalism and natives of the Arab countries, who settled in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and in Croatia after the 1992-95 war. According to the Israeli secret services, during this war the major part of the present members of Al-Asifa served in the “Al – Mojahid” and “Kataeb Talaat Yasin” divisions. They were a part of the Bosnian Muslim army (by the way, Israel secretly supported the Bosnian Serbs at that time).
There are many Palestinians from the countries of the Persian Gulf, Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine among veterans of these divisions. The natives of Samaria — the area on the Western coast of the river Jordan keep aloof among them. Almost twenty “Samarians” of Al-Asifa came from the villages located in the vicinity of the Palestinian city of Jenin (Silat Al Khartia, Rai, Yamun, Jilabun). Majority of them left the native land at the end of the Sixties – beginning of the Eighties, following their well-known fellow countryman, the ideologist and the first prominent leader of the “Afghani Arabs” Abdalla Azzam (he even was Osama Bin-Ladin’s instructor for some time.) Together with him the major part of the “Samarians” participated in operations against the communist regime and the Soviet armies in Afghanistan. There they have established close connections with the activists of the radical Islamic organizations of Egypt (in particular Al-Jamaa Al-Islamiya and Al-Jihad). These “Samarians” together with Egyptians appeared in Bosnia in 1992-94. The Palestinian mojaheds were especially patronized by one of leaders of the “Balkan Arabs ” – the Egyptian native, citizen of Denmark Abu Talal Al Kazemi. In 1994-96 he lived in Zagreb and actively participated in organizing the passage of the Arab mojaheds to Bosnia.
After the war many Palestinians have returned to Afghanistan, or went to the countries of the Western Europe and the Middle East. However, some mojaheds, in particular the natives of Samaria, remained on the Balkans. They married Bosnian or Croatian women and received local citizenship. Soon the new citizens of the republics of former Yugoslavia renewed their connections with their relatives in Palestine and Jordan.
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