Monday, January 21, 2013

Albanians attacked a Christian church in Kosovo.

Albanians attacked a Christian church in Kosovo.

In 2008, after years of stagnation and uncertain legal status of the territory with a population of 1.7 million people declared independence with the support of the U.S. and under U.S. pressure has created another Muslim ulcer in the heart of the supposedly Christian Europe.
Despite the apparent incompatibility of the recognition of Kosovo by international law, despite the apparent destabilization of the Balkans and Europe, though inevitable cloning problem in countless new separatist tensions, the affair of the U.S., backed by the EU diseased brains.
The consequences were not long:
Albanians tried to destroy the Christian church calls on Facebook on behalf of the "Albanian National Army" fired Kosovo media.
In the appeal published in the social network says that should destroy local Orthodox Church and that "the Serbs need to be hit where it most hurts them."
Kosovar Muslims gathered yesterday to 20 hours to protest against the removal of plaque in Presevo, some of them tried to attack the monastery "Assumption".
International police and security forces prevented the attackers.
The monastery is now guarded by KFOR forces.

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