Hodjanernes Blog

25 maj 2011

Krig nr. ?

Filed under: Afghanistan, Afrika, Danmark, Evidens, Irak, Islam, Libyen, Palæstina - Libanon, Våben — Tags: — Skjoldungen @ 10:25

Kosovo, Libanon, Irak, Afghanistan, Libyen…vær’sgo, næste patient…

Vi har ikke rigtigt styr på hvor mange krige Danmark fører lige for tiden. Men skal vi alligevel prøve at danne os et overblik, så er det mindst fire. I kronologisk orden har vi sendt danske soldater til Kosovo, hvor vi hjælper muslimerne med deres etniske udrensning af den oprindelige befolkning, serberne. Dernæst har vi – under ledelse af FN (læs: OIC) – sendt soldater til Libanon, hvor vi sørger for at Hizzbollah kan opruste i fred og ro inden de påny angriber de træske jøøøder. Vore soldater i Irak er vistnok p.t. forflyttet il Afghanistan, hvor de på vegne af den ene bande barbarer bekæmper den anden. Og endelig – d.v.s. foreløbig – deltager vi aktivt i en eller anden klanfejde i Libyen.

Nu skulle man så tro, at Danmarks deltagelse i alle disse hellige krige ville blive påskønnet. Det gør den ikke, tværtimod. Ej heller synes vor indsats at inspirere lokale muslimer til nogen synderlig aktivitet. Hvilket jo – udfra et muslimsk synspunkt er logisk nok: hvorfor tage hænderne op af lommen når de vantro gør arbejdet for os? – For eksempel kunne man vel forvente at “Det Arabiske Forår” ville udløse en vis aktivitet fra Libyens arabiske naboer, men nej. Selv en venstreekstremistisk avis som The Guardian kan ikke undgå at føle sig en kende skuffet over arabernes entusiasme for sagen:

The Guardian: “They were welcomed into the fold with great fanfare, the crucial Arab backing for a Nato mission that needed regional allies to give it the stamp of legitimacy. But two months into Operation Unified Protector, a Guardian data gathering exercise has established that the Arab countries involved have made no more than a modest contribution to the aerial intervention in what now appears to be a stalemate civil war. – The Guardian asked all nations involved in the operation to provide details of servicemen and military assets committed, as well as sorties undertaken and bombs dropped.

Some were more forthcoming than others. Qatar, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates, the three Arab states involved, gave only the briefest of information. Between them, they have 125 personnel in the operation. Qatar has six mirage jets based on Crete and two C17 transporters. The UAE has 12 jets on Sardinia. Jordan has six fighter escort jets and six transport planes.  Together these represent a small fraction of the 300 jets policing the no-fly zone and bombing warehouses, munitions dumps and army units of Muammar Gaddafi‘s regime. The Guardian understands that none of the three countries has been involved with bombing Libyan targets, sticking instead to “defensive” sorties to enforce the no-fly zone. None of the three countries would divulge the number of sorties flown. But information from the French defence ministry indicates the Qataris at least have been flying a few joint sorties each week with French fighter jets. – One Whitehall source indicated the three countries had been more useful on the diplomatic, rather than the military, front. “What they have been doing is getting involved in the contact group which is trying to find a political solution to the problem and has been providing support and funding for the rebels,” said the source. “That is just as important to the Nato effort. It is very important that Arab nations are involved in that process. They are contributing in different ways and that’s probably where they can help most.”

At the other end of the scale, the Nordic nations can reasonably claim to be punching well above their weight. Norway and Denmark have both dropped far more bombs – nearly 700 between them – than the UK. Both have recently targeted “bunker-busting” bombs on Gaddafi’s compounds in Tripoli. Nato commanders are believed to have assigned Danish F16 jets to target the building in which Gaddafi’s youngest son, Saif al-Arab, was killed on 30 April.”

30 juli 2010

Tvære(de) serbere?

Med henvisning til princippet om folkenes selvbestemmelsesret har den internationale domstol i Haag lovliggjort Kosovos løsrivelse fra Serbien i 2008.

Med støtte i samme princip hjalp det internationale samfund i 1990’erne aktivt Kroatien og Bosnien til selvstændighed fra det tidligere Jugoslavien.

Men når serbiske områder i Kroatien, Bosnien og Kosovo ønsker at løsrive sig og blive tilknyttet Serbien, gælder princippet pludselig ikke – for netop i de tilfælde må serberne da kunne indse fordelene ved multikultur.

Måske serbernes tvære reaktion skyldes, at de er blevet tværet.

Michael Sandfort

4 februar 2010

Hemmelig undersøgelse under Europa Rådet om organtyverier i Kosovo

Council of Europe special rapporteur Dick Marty is visiting Kosovo regarding the alleged crimes of the so-called Kosovo Liberation Army in north Albania.

Marty is investigating claims that former KLA members were involved with the trafficking of organs harvested from imprisoned Serbs during the Kosovo conflict in 1999.

Marty’s visit is “secret and his agenda was not publicized”, reports say.

Also in Priština, EULEX spokesman Christophe Lamfalussy confirmed that Marty is in Kosovo and that we will be meeting with EULEX officials and officials of other organizations.

Mere på b92 via No-Pasaran

2 november 2009

Bill Clinton blandt venner

Filed under: Øst-Europa, Balkan, Europa, Historie, Hodja, Muslim World, Pampere, USA/Canada — Tags: , , — Hodja @ 08:32

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — Thousands of ethnic Albanians braved low temperatures and a cold wind in Kosovo’s capital Pristina to welcome former President Bill Clinton on Sunday as he attended the unveiling of an 11-foot (3.5-meter) statue of himself on a key boulevard that also bears his name.

6 august 2008

Vi kiggede på kortet – og så vågnede vi op

Filed under: Øst-Europa, Europa, Islam, Israel, Muslim World — Tags: , — Hodja @ 21:00

Nogle israelere har har åbnet en bistro i det muslimske Kosovos hovedstad Prishtina.

De lokale beboere har intet imod jøderne.

Hvorfor?

“Kosovars used to identify with the Palestinians because we Albanians are Muslims and Christians and we saw Serbia and Israel both as usurpers of land,“ a prominent Kosovar recent told journalist Stephen Schwartz. ”Then we looked at a map and woke up. Israelis have a population of six million, their backs to the sea, and 300 million Arab enemies. Albanians have a total population of eight million, our backs to the sea, and 200 million Slav enemies. So why should we identify with the Arabs?”

“Israelis are okay,” said a waiter named Afrim Kostrati at a cafe named Tirana. “The conflict is not our problem. We are Muslims, but not really. We have respect for Israelis because of the U.S. I have good friends from there.”

Mere på Little Green Footballs

Tip: GG

14 april 2008

Albanerne ‘høstede’ organer hos serbiske fanger

Serb prisoners had their internal organs removed and sold by ethnic Albanians during the Kosovo war, according to allegations in a new book by the world’s best known war crimes prosecutor.

  • Harry de Quetteville: Snippets from Carla Del Ponte’s book

    Carla Del Ponte, who stepped down in January as chief prosecutor at the Hague tribunal for crimes committed in the Balkan wars of the 1990s, said investigators found a house suspected of being a laboratory for the illegal trade.

  • Miss Del Ponte reports that the allegations were made by several sources, one of whom “personally made an organ delivery” to an Albanian airport for transport abroad, and “confirmed information directly gathered by the tribunal”.

    According to the sources, senior figures in the Kosovo Liberation Army were aware of the scheme, in which hundreds of young Serbs were allegedly taken by truck from Kosovo to northern Albania where their organs were removed. Miss Del Ponte provides grim details of the alleged organ harvesting, and of how some prisoners were sewn up after having kidneys removed.

    “The victims, deprived of a kidney, were then locked up again, inside the barracks, until the moment they were killed for other vital organs. In this way, the other prisoners were aware of the fate that awaited them, and according to the source, pleaded, terrified, to be killed immediately,” Miss Del Ponte writes.

    Mere på Telegraph

    4 marts 2008

    Fra OIC til Kosovo

    Filed under: Demografi, Europa, Islam, Muslim World — Tags: , , — Hodja @ 18:37

    OIC er ‘Organisation of the Islamic Conference’.

    Speech of Secretary at the Meeting of the Senior Officials Preparatory to the 11th Session of the Islamic Summit Conference:

    […]

    I would be amiss if I omit referring to a very important event which took place yesterday. Kosovo has finally declared its independence after a long and determined struggle by its people. As we rejoice this happy result, we declare our solidarity with and support to our brothers and sisters there. The Islamic Umma wishes them success in their new battle awaiting them which is the building of a strong and prosperous a state capable of satisfying of its people. There is no doubt that the independence of Kosovo will be an asset to the Muslim world and further enhance the joint Islamic action.

    […]

    Så kan det da vist ikke siges tydeligere.

    Tip: TB

    27 februar 2008

    Fælles appel fra Serberne i Danmark.

    Filed under: Blogs Scandinavian etc, Danmark, Demografi, EAD, EU, Europa, Indvandring, Islam, Jihad — Tags: , — Skjoldungen @ 13:08

    Næste skridt: De Islamiske Republikker Nørrebro, Amager, Tingbjerg, Voldsmose, Gjellerup o.s.v.

    Via Anna Lyttiger:

    Jeg skriver på vegne af mange herboende serbere, jeg skriver til fordi jeg lige nu ikke ved hvor jeg ellers skal skrive hen. Jeg ønsker at De skal vide at jeg, ligesom, tror jeg, mange andre serbere samt danskere, er utrolig oprørt over Kosovos ulovlige løsrivelse, og ikke mindst vred og flov over den danske regerings og EUs anerkendelse af Kosovo. Det er svagt, det er rystende kynisk, for jeg kan ikke tro andet end at danske samt EU politikere véd hvilken svinestreg de gør, og det er et kæmpe svigt af et af Europas stolteste folk. Vi har forsvaret Europa og gået forrest i både første og anden Verdenskrig.

    ”Det som vi oplever med Kosovo, det vil I selv en dag komme til at opleve her i Danmark”. Er det ikke lige præcis det der er begyndt rundt omkring i Danmark de sidste uger, med brandene og hærværket? Derfor, selvom Europas folk endnu ikke har set det i øjnene, så er Serbiens kamp for sit gamle land i virkeligheden hele Europas kamp. Vi er i samme situation. Serbien har blot i århundreder kæmpet denne kamp. Da jeg dengang indså hvad det hele handlede om følte jeg mig underlig fremmed i mit nye land. At I, Danmark, NATO, kunne gøre noget SÅ uretfærdigt.

    Men, Per Stig Møller, jeg tror ikke vi serbere skal bekymre os. Vi har styrken og karakteren til at kæmpe for de ting der virkelig gælder, det har vi vist gennem historien. Om der så skal gå hundrede år. Kosovo skal nok blive serbisk igen. Så er jeg næsten mere bekymret for det bløde danske folks fremtid.

    (more…)

    22 februar 2008

    Er der nogen der er i tvivl om, hvad det handler sig om

    Når Helen Latifi skriver:

    “Danmark anerkender et nyt muslimsk land i Europa” – Ja jeg linker ikke. Men hendes overskrift siger jo lige præcis det, der er total tavshed om.

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    Men det er ikke nævnt med et eneste ord i medierne. Var der nogen der hørte Ulla Therkelsen stå på TV forleden – næsten med tårer i øjnene – og berette om glæden over en ny stat i Europa?

    Se lige her hvad det drejer sig om. Politikernes forræderi er grænseløst.

    17 februar 2008

    Kosovo forbereder uafhængighed

    Filed under: Demografi, Europa, Islam, Jihad, Muslim World — Tags: , , — ManInBurka© @ 13:00

    Kosovos premierminister indkaldte i dag parlamentet til et ekstraordinært møde kl. 12. Det skete som led i forberedelserne af provinsens uafhængighedserklæring

    Læst her

    Endnu en islamisk stat, hurra!

    OPDATERING: Denne synsvinkel på Kosovo ser du ikke i DDR

    11 februar 2008

    Hvad skylder vi ikke EU, nazismen og islamofascismen?

    Serbiske nonner i Kosovo kan i dag kun besøge resterne af deres klostre under militærbeskyttelse, og den kristne befolkning er fordrevet med EU’s godkendelse.

    Monica Papazus fremragende bog ”Kosovo, frontlinien mellem kristendom og islam” anmeldes af Rolf Slot-Henriksen, formand for foreningen Dansk Kultur og sognepræst.

    Mere på Kristeligt Dagblad

    Tip: TB

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