between the lines Joseph Farah WND Exclusive Commentary Bill Clinton's other genocide
Posted: July 26, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2005
In 1997, Osama bin Laden visited Albania to help establish the Kosovo Liberation Army. He provided between $500 million to $700 million and – according to an upcoming book by Paul L. Williams, "The Al Qaeda Connection" – 500 seasoned Arab Afghan troops to train KLA recruits at the al-Qaida headquarters in Albania and at another camp in Macedonia.

Understand the KLA was, from its creation by bin Laden, a jihadist terrorist group.

Here's how Williams tells the story from here:

At this point in the twisted history of Kosovo, the CIA and the Clinton administration began to view the KLA as an army of 'freedom fighters' and offered aid in the form of military training and field advice. The United States, unbeknown to the American people, was now in league with a group that contained enemies who were intent upon its destruction. They were generally not the innocent people who had been targeted and attacked by the Serbs.

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