Sergeant Knight at Arms
socks said:And I suppose any Kosovar civilian could be one of you, too?Bayard-X said:I think European media should be a little more concerned about what's happening in Kosovo. In my opinion, any Icon in Kosovo is a piece of European heritage. Any Serbian civilian killed could be one of us.
We are talking terrorists, not civilians. The thing that definitely went wrong was that after establishing the UNMIK status in the late 1990s the aim of the UN mandate - securing the lives and properties of any ethnic group - was not achieved. For example, in 2004, there was a rather bloody Anti-Serb pogrome founded on demonstrably false accusations in entire Kosovo and the KFOR was not able to suppress it due to a lack of troops. Obviously not all of the Kosovar Muslim Albanians were involved, but some were. And if you browsed the proposed reference a little, you found that they pointed to "extremists".
The European media should draw a little more attention to the fact that an impartial justice in Kosovo is far of the scope and that there is a certain need to increase the safety of the Serbian civilians. We can assume at the present state that the Muslim Albanians are well protected by their own kin.