Kosovo, 06.14.2017: The ambition of the Jihadi terrorists who operate throughout the Balkans thanks to their safehouses among the local Muslim populations knows no bounds. A friendly soccer match scheduled late last year between Israeli and Albanian soccer teams in Skadar, Albania was supposed to end in tragedy after an attack on the visiting Israelis and their fans by the Kosovo-Albanian branch of the Syrian ISIS hardcore terrorist organization. There were nineteen known terrorists in Kosovo whom the Kosovar police arrested last year on suspicion of plotting just in time to forestall the planned slaughter of Israeli sportsmen. This month, nine of them were found to be directly linked to evidence for their indictment on terrorism charges. This case brings to mind the 2009 case in North Carolina involving four conspirators connected to Kosovo. At that time a federal judge sentenced three of them (Albanian Muslims) to life in prison for conspiring to target the Burlington County base Fort Dix in a crime prosecutors said was inspired by al-Qaeda in Kosovo with its sprawling Wahabi mosques built by Saudi Arabian money there. Given how large the Unites States military base in Kosovo is (Camp Bondsteel is the main base of the United States Army operating under KFOR command in Kosovo) it begs a question: why are terrorists operating so freely all around the US military force? The Kosovo Force (KFOR) is a NATO-led international peacekeeping military unit still in place in Kosovo 18 years after the successful war of the Clinton Administration against Serbia. Is this force not there now to protect the interests of Western civilization (including America) from Islamic expansionism, the only aggressor in the area?
Nine Kosovo Albanians were arrested for planning attacks on the match Albania – Israel
Prosecutors in the Kosovar capital Pristina say they have filed charges against nine Albanians from Kosovo (and Metohija) for planning attacks on the match Albania – Israel last November. The targets were visiting Israeli team and its fans, reports Reuters today. Last year, Kosovo police arrested 19 people, including the nine accused, under suspicion of having links to the militant group ISIS of the terrorist Islamic state, and to have planned for additional attacks in Kosovo and in neighboring Albania. Because of these fears, the Albanian authorities had changed the venue of the match to the region of Tirana. Originally, the match was to be held in the city of Skadar in northern Albania.
The prosecutor said that the accused were in contact with Lavdrimom Muhaxheri, a prominent member of the Islamic state and self-styled “commander of the Albanians in Syria and Iraq,” who ordered the attack.
As was confirmed by members of his family last week, Muhadzeri was killed in Syria.
Lavdrim Muhaxheri giving a speech to Jihadis