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Protests in Skopje ample flags of Islam and Saudi Arabia as they waved the religious radicals in Sudan, Yemen and Egypt. Protests in Skopje were ethnically pure, only Albanians, with slogans and calls for a Greater Albania. The protests turned violent by breaking the windows of the Government and physical attacks on cameramen and onlookers. This saw all cameras, still cameras and bystanders
If the Albanians are that bat cap crazy then so be it... Its getting old trying to help people who insist on acting like barbarians. NATO / the West stopped one genocide in that region... If they refuse to learn then let them reap the rewards of their own stupidity.
quit blaming the west and help spread the word to that area that the locals need to learn what personal accountability is.
Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
Did you hear Xcathdra? America is now blaming Iran for the 9/11 attacks without any proof just like they did with bin ladenedit on 12-5-2012 by Agent_USA_Supporter because: (no reason given)
Still blaming the Serbs? how about no. I am surprised America didnt blame the Serbs for 9/11 and bombed for them for it.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Kosovo's Foreign Minister Enver Hoxhaj voiced strong support on Monday for Syria's opposition, saying his government had already established diplomatic contacts with Syrians fighting to oust President Bashar al-Assad.
Hoxhaj was responding to comments by Russian U.N. Ambassador Vitaly Churkin, who warned the U.N. Security Council that Kosovo should not be allowed to become a training center for rebels.
Speaking after a regular council meeting on Kosovo, a former province of Serbia, Hoxhaj made clear that Pristina was offering political support to the Syrian opposition, which is locked in a 14-month-old battle with forces loyal to Assad.
"We were among the first governments in Europe who was supporting the opposition in Libya and in other Arab countries last year, because we were fighting for the same aspirations, for the same values," he said.
(Editing by Christopher Wilson)