Destruction of Christian Churches and Monasteries in Kosovo and Metohija since Arrival of NATO

destruction of christian churches

*This Report was published in March 2000. Since then the destruction of churches and monasteries continued. “More than 80 Orthodox churches have been either completely destroyed or severely damaged since the end of the war. The ancient churches, many of which had survived 500 years of Ottoman Moslem rule, could not survive 8 months of…

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Lessons from Kosovo

noam chomsky on kosovo

We immediately discover that the bombing was not undertaken in “response” to ethnic cleansing and to “reverse” it, as leaders alleged. With full awareness of the likely consequences, Clinton and Blair decided in favor of a war that led to a radical escalation of ethnic cleansing along with other deleterious effects.

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NATO’s Balkan Adventure

tariq ali

NATO decided to celebrate its fiftieth birthday with a bang in keeping with the changing character of the “defensive alliance.” It assumed that a short, sharp war in the Balkans would rapidly bring Milosevic to his knees, and Kosovo would become the second NATO protectorate in the region. As I write, this ugly war is…

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Rebels in Nato’s cause

tariq ali

Former anti-war activists are supporting a liberal imperialist adventure, says Tariq Ali Many despairing liberals and kind-hearted social- democrats, understandably upset by the images of fleeing Kosovan refugees on television, have become keen warmongers. And so have many former anti-war activists. In a simplistic political culture dominated by life-politics, the shedding of tears for one…

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Exodus of Serbians Stirs Province in Yugoslavia

This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. (Original web source: https://www.nytimes.com/1982/07/12/world/exodus-of-serbians-stirs-province-in-yugoslavia.html?fbclid=IwAR0gFqcma-32SY5rwSf0PKSY7Q55M1c8cbSYacQ4Hd6lrDd_NEv0oO9t6s8) JULY 12, 1982 Danilo Krstic and his family are hardworking wheat and tobacco…

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