I saw this worrisome piece in VZGLIAD this morning. The headline reads:
Media have learned about the arrival in Kosovo of up to 400 ISIS militants led by an ex-NATO soldier.
The recent military defeats of Islamic State (ISIS) “militants” in Aleppo and on other parts of the Syrian battlefield, have forced these terrorists to pick up and flee to various safer locations. The NATO masterminds foresaw this months ago; they had their propagandists create a “refugee crisis” by which they could smuggle jihadi terrorists into various parts of Europe. In many cases these young male terrorists were blended in with legitimate civilian refugees, who were either fleeing a war zone with their families, or perhaps using this opportunity to become economic migrants to Western Europe.
In the case of Kosovo, however, it is apparently not necessary to dissemble: The ISIS militants don’t have to put on civilian clothes or practice their crying jags or traumatized refugee shtick — they can simply march in, with their weapons, in formation. After all, Kosovo is a NATO protectorate. Kosovo is the Lair of ISIS.
See, one of the side benefits for NATO, when they dismantled the multi-ethnic and secular state of Yugoslavia in the 1990’s; when they ethnically cleansed the Orthodox Christian Serbs from Kosovo, leaving it majority Albanian and Muslim, was that they got to turn this small statelet into a perfect jihadist fortress and training camp. From here terrorists could be trained to bring down secular regimes through war and revolution, sicc’ed like rabid dogs against NATO’s geo-political foes across the globe. Be it Chechnya, Iraq, Libya, Syria, or even the Donbass, Ukraine.
According to the piece I linked, which alludes to an (un-linked) piece in the Italian newspaper Espresso, Italian security forces have noted a contingent of around 400 ISIS soldiers enter Kosovo. These charming gentlemen are led by a man well known to police around the world: an Albanian jihadist named Lavdrim Muhaxheri. Lavdrim and his boys were recently chased out of Syria by government troops. But because the Syrian army was too weak and over-extended to kill them all in one place, at least a couple of thousand rats were evacuated and lived to fight another day. And it goes without saying that the “Emirs” and “Leaders” were probably the first to get their golden tickets out.
Quoting liberally from Lavdrim’s wiki page:
Lavdrim Muhaxheri (born 1989 or ca. 1987), also known by the nom de guerre Abu Abdullah al Kosova, is a Kosovo Albanian Islamic State (IS) leader and recruiter of ethnic Albanian jihadi foreign fighters fighting in Syria and in Iraq. A former KFOR [“Kosovo Force” – a NATO unit set up to police Kosovo for NATO] and NATO employee, he became an extremist and left for Syria in late 2012. He has appeared in several propaganda videos, calling Albanians to join jihad, and has uploaded photographs of himself appearing to decapitate a man, as well as a video where he kills a captive with a rocket. On 24 September 2014, the U.S. Department of State designated Muhaxheri as a global terrorist.
Wiki goes on to fill in more details to Lavdrim’s C.V.: In 2010 Lavdrim’s worked at Camp Victory in Iraq. In late 2012, he became associated with extremist Islamist associations, first with a local organization, “Parimi”, which then established the Islamic Youth-Kaçanik organization, in which he was appointed emir (military leader). And next he is off to Syria to fight against the Assad goverment. Having first submitted his resignation to NATO and dissolving all his former ties with that respectable organization, right? Right!
The piece goes on to note that Lavdrim, who is nominally “wanted by the police” in Kosovo (once again – yeh right!) has been able to slip in and out. He was last seen there in 2013. Meanwhile, the Kosovo police deny that he is there — nope, the police aver, he’s still in Syria!
And once again, Dear Readers, please keep in mind that the entire benighted “nation” of Kosovo is just one large NATO fortress. Dubious that anyone, let alone a force of 400 men, can enter or exit without NATO foreknowledge.