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Re: Muslim War Crimes Over Christians In Bosnia [18+]
« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2018, 01:53:00 AM »
If you do a search for "Muslim War Crimes Over Christians In Bosnia" we're the first link that pops up.

Probably the title of the topic was spot on. :wink: But I am not sure if I understand your stats, 51,4% of what? And 4,662 unique visitors?

I am looking at the first response to this topic: "Obviously religious bigotry is evil.", and I can't believe my eyes. That is why I am insisting on telling about the historical contexts and explanations. One should begin at least from 1054, when the Church was divided into Eastern and Western directly over the Balkans, and continue with the Muslim Turk arrival in the 14th century. Then count all the rapes, body mutilations, beheadings, people impaled, slaves taken, for five centuries. But still, Muslims in Yugoslavia were not so strict, they regularly drank alcohol, and probably ate pork at times, they dressed like all Europeans, etc, and Yugoslavia was one of the most secular countries in the world. That tells the historical context is the most important, and those Muslims in Bosnia and Albania didn't just suddenly fell from the sky, or just freely decided to convert to Islam because of religious freedom. It is more complicated than that.

Here is a video from a Sky News reporter.



Shaul Shay, an officer in the military intelligence of the Israeli Defense Forces and expert on international and fundamentalist Islamic terrorism, has published the new book "Islamic Terror and the Balkans". In that book he analyzes the growth of radical Islam in the Balkans. He shows how the war in Bosnia and the war in Kosovo provided the historical opportunity for radical Islam to penetrate the Balkans.

"It was an ongoing process. During the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina Islamic mujahideens from different parts of the world came to support the local Muslims. Later on when the war was over they formed an [Islamic terrorist] infrastructure that exists even today," said Shaul Shay in his interview to Monday's Encounter on January 6. In it, I show the process and the development of this phenomenon during two wars, first in Bosnia and Herzegovina and later on in Kosovo," continued Shay.

Intelligence sources reveal that there have been for more than a decade, three main radical Islamist mujahideen operating in Bosnia: The Iranian mujahideein, consisting entirely of Iranian nationals, the Arab mujahideen, consisting mainly of volunteers from Saudi Arabia, from Palestine, Jordan and Yemen and the North African mujahideen, mainly involving Egyptians, Algerians and Moroccans. Some of them have been engaged in some of the more serious terrorist actions (including the September 11, 2001, attacks on the US).


And so, when Bosnian Muslims murder more than 3,500 Serb civilians in the villages around the city of Srebrenica, it is nowhere heard. But when Serb criminals shoot 484 Bosnian Muslim POWs - it is called a genocide worldwide. I have heard from a Serb who was then working for the French intelligence and was in Bosnia at the time wearing a French uniform, that there were only 484 Muslims shot in Srebrenica. Muslims have then brought thousands of Muslim corpses from all over Bosnia into Srebrenica, to claim there were around 9,000 Muslims shot at that city. It is a very dangerous agenda to mark Srebrenica a spot of the Muslim suffering from the Christian hand. At least the French intelligence should know about this, and I call on them to reveal the truth about Srebrenica.
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Re: Muslim War Crimes Over Christians In Bosnia [18+]
« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2018, 08:59:55 AM »
Probably the title of the topic was spot on. :wink: But I am not sure if I understand your stats, 51,4% of what? And 4,662 unique visitors?

I am looking at the first response to this topic: "Obviously religious bigotry is evil.", and I can't believe my eyes. That is why I am insisting on telling about the historical contexts and explanations. One should begin at least from 1054, when the Church was divided into Eastern and Western directly over the Balkans, and continue with the Muslim Turk arrival in the 14th century. Then count all the rapes, body mutilations, beheadings, people impaled, slaves taken, for five centuries. But still, Muslims in Yugoslavia were not so strict, they regularly drank alcohol, and probably ate pork at times, they dressed like all Europeans, etc, and Yugoslavia was one of the most secular countries in the world. That tells the historical context is the most important, and those Muslims in Bosnia and Albania didn't just suddenly fell from the sky, or just freely decided to convert to Islam because of religious freedom. It is more complicated than that.

Here is a video from a Sky News reporter.



Shaul Shay, an officer in the military intelligence of the Israeli Defense Forces and expert on international and fundamentalist Islamic terrorism, has published the new book "Islamic Terror and the Balkans". In that book he analyzes the growth of radical Islam in the Balkans. He shows how the war in Bosnia and the war in Kosovo provided the historical opportunity for radical Islam to penetrate the Balkans.

"It was an ongoing process. During the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina Islamic mujahideens from different parts of the world came to support the local Muslims. Later on when the war was over they formed an [Islamic terrorist] infrastructure that exists even today," said Shaul Shay in his interview to Monday's Encounter on January 6. In it, I show the process and the development of this phenomenon during two wars, first in Bosnia and Herzegovina and later on in Kosovo," continued Shay.

Intelligence sources reveal that there have been for more than a decade, three main radical Islamist mujahideen operating in Bosnia: The Iranian mujahideein, consisting entirely of Iranian nationals, the Arab mujahideen, consisting mainly of volunteers from Saudi Arabia, from Palestine, Jordan and Yemen and the North African mujahideen, mainly involving Egyptians, Algerians and Moroccans. Some of them have been engaged in some of the more serious terrorist actions (including the September 11, 2001, attacks on the US).


And so, when Bosnian Muslims murder more than 3,500 Serb civilians in the villages around the city of Srebrenica, it is nowhere heard. But when Serb criminals shoot 484 Bosnian Muslim POWs - it is called a genocide worldwide. I have heard from a Serb who was then working for the French intelligence and was in Bosnia at the time wearing a French uniform, that there were only 484 Muslims shot in Srebrenica. Muslims have then brought thousands of Muslim corpses from all over Bosnia into Srebrenica, to claim there were around 9,000 Muslims shot at that city. It is a very dangerous agenda to mark Srebrenica a spot of the Muslim suffering from the Christian hand. At least the French intelligence should know about this, and I call on them to reveal the truth about Srebrenica.
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Re: Muslim War Crimes Over Christians In Bosnia [18+]
« Reply #17 on: June 09, 2018, 07:11:19 AM »
The switheroo here is that you are the one with posts that largely compose of attempts to discredit the poster or otherwise deflect actually defending your position, not the "craziest extremist nutjob moron" (apparently me).  You use "debates" to show off your ability to bullshit your way through actually presenting a logical, factual argument with third person psycho-analysis, ad hominems and just anything other than actually answering the damn question:

Do you honestly think islamic fundamentalists have more in common with western liberals than western christian fundamenalists?

Absolutley YES.

 

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