Der Gangster Ramuz Hardinaj als Kosovo Premier
Erstellt von lupo-de-mare, 24.11.2004, 21:01 Uhr · 47 Antworten · 2.460 Aufrufe
warum müsst ihr albaner es immer auf männer arsche beziehen. liegt wohl ein gravierender gedefekt vor. den ihr seit schwuchtel
Zitat von Funky
Wenn in den Bergen die Post abgeht, mit Ziegen, Kühen und Schafen, dann haben halt Etliche solche Träume!
Zitat von delije1984
Weisst du, Mare, bei dir bin ich mir nicht ganz sicher, ob du das, was du schreibst, auch wirklich glaubst, oder es uns nur glauben machen willst. Ich denke fast, du glaubst es selbst, dein nicht vorhandener Realitätssinn gaukelt dir eine Wirklichkeit vor, die es gar nicht gibt. So lebst du in deiner eigenen Welt voller Verschwörungen, verwechselst Freund und Feind und suchst verzweifelt nach Orientierung, klammerst dich darum an allerlei absurde Ideen und insgeheim bist du von Zweifeln zerfressen. Das alles würde auch deinen unermesslichen HASS erklären, der für dich nichts anderes als ein Ventil ist. Mann, du bist so krank, man müsste sich ernsthaft Sorgen um dich machen.
Zitat von lupo-de-mare
Und sowas wie dich hätte ich beinahe angezeigt... Kein Richter der Welt hätte dich verurteilt, egal was du schreibst, denn kein Richter der Welt kann dich für zurechnungsfähig halten. Also tob dich ruhig weiter aus in deinem virtuellen Käfig. Ich hoffe nur, dass andere eine bessere Menschenkenntnis haben als ich und somit gar nicht erst auf die Idee kommen, dich anzeigen zu wollen.
Leb wohl, Komschu!
du hast wohl ein clown zum früh stück gegessen...
Zitat von Nitec
hast du mal in den spiegel geguckt???? nicht wir die serben sind voll hass zerfressen sonder ihr albaner.
du hast wohl ein clown zum früh stück gegessen...
Zitat von delije1984
hast du mal in den spiegel geguckt???? nicht wir die serben sind voll hass zerfressen sonder ihr albaner.[/quote]
Die neuesten Statements auch von den Amerikaner sind klar.
Auch ein Ramuz Haradinaj als Premier des Kosovo, wird verhaftet und nach Den Haag gebracht, wenn Anklage erfolgt.
Who is Ramush Haradinaj?
Ramush Haradinaj, born on July 3, 1968 in the village of Glodjane, municipality of Decani, is not only a criminal but a terrorist and perpetrator of war crimes!
Terrorism and crimes of Ramush Haradinaj
Namely, in 1996, under the watchful eye of Albanian officers, Haradinaj completed terrorist training and upon completion took part in the opening of logistical bases for terrorists in the cities of Kuks and Tropoi in Albania. From these bases he and a group of trustworthy associates continuously injected weapons into Kosovo and Metohija.
In mid-1997 he illegally entered the country [the Federal Republic of [Yugoslavia] and together with his brothers, Daut and Skeljzen, organized terrorist attacks on police departments in the villages of Rznic, municipality of Decani, and Ponosevac, municipality of Djakovica, as well as against refugee camps in Junik and Babalac. In the beginning of 1998 he formed a terrorist group in Glodjane which according to his orders conducted ambushes and harrassment of Serbs and Albanians loyal to the Republic of Serbia. In March 1998 this group carried out an attack on a police patrol in the village of Glodjane and on that occasion killed policeman Miodrag Otovic.
In April of the same year Haradinaj established the Metohija headquarters of the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army and a special unit called the Black Eagles, promoting Idriz Balaj aka Toger as its commander. Under the leadership of Ramush Haradinaj, the Black Eagles kidnapped and brutally murdered approximately forty Serbian civilians, including Slobodan Radojevic, Milos and Milica Radunovic, Darinka Kovac, Novica Vujsic, Zdravko Radunovic. Some of the bodies were recovered from Lake Radonjic (Radonjicko Jezero) and from water wells in the villages of the muncipality of Decani.
Crimes against compatriots
Terrorists under the command of Ramush Haradinaj did not kill only Serbs but also Albanians. Thus the aforementioned commander of the Black Eagles Idriz Balaj Toger killed Agim Ibrahimi, a taxi driver from Djakovica, at the end of 1998. At the end of 1999 the Black Eagles of Ramush Haradinaj abducted Vesel Mursij and four other ethnic Albanians who were thereafter kept imprisoned in the Dukadjini building in Pec. Vesel Murisi managed to escape and the other four men were killed. Their bodies were thrown into the Beli Drim River. Dzafer Djuka, a political official from Pec, was among the victims.
That the terrorists under Ramush Haradinaj's command killed and abused Albanian civilians, too, was proven in a trial conducted against Ramush Haradinaj's brother, Daut, who has already been sentenced by the UNMIK judiciary for crimes committed against Albanians in June 1999 and is currently serving a prison term. Since we know that Daut was the deputy of his brother Ramush in the Metohija headquarters of the terrorist KLA, if we follow the principle of command responsibility the line leads directly to Ramush Haradinaj. Unfortunately, the principle of command responsibility has not been respected in this instance, i.e. the international community has once again implemented its double standards, leaving Ramush Haradinaj untouched by justice.
German general Claus Reinhardt (KFOR commander Oct 1999-Apr 2000) and Ramush Haradinaj shaking hands in Prishtina. According to Dnevnik they have close cooperation.
Organizer of ethnic cleansing
Ramush Haradinaj is the organizer of ethnic cleansing of Serbs and other non-Albanians from the areas of Pec, Decani and Djakovica. The main perpetrators of these activities were members of the Black Eagles under the commander of Toger. For example, in order to intimidate the Serbs and destroy signs of Serb life and history on the territory of Metohija, the Black Eagles torched the Serbian Orthodox church in the village of Donji Ratis.
Ramush Haradinaj organized the murder of Zahir Zemaj
Haradinaj described his terrorist activities in an autobiographical book in which he of course hides the killing of Serbian civilians and his compatriots. He has gone so far as to organize, in June 2003, the murder of Tahir Zemaj who testified regarding his crimes before investigators of the Hague tribunal. The murder of Tahir Zemaj on January 4, 2004 on Ramush Haradinaj's orders was carried out by the Elsani brothers - Agim, Avni, Cerim, Adem and Ahmet - together with Sali Lajic and Florim Ejupi aka Mazul and Luli.
However, evidence against Haradinaj for his crimes did not disappear with the murder of Zemaj. It is in the possession of the Republic of Serbia, which is currently conducting a case against Haradinaj before the district court in Pristina, presently located in Nis, for terrorist activities, murder, ethnic cleansing and genocide. Evidence has also been provided to the Hague tribunal which has so far failed to issue an indictment against this proven criminal.
Organization and financing of terrorist activities in south central Serbia and the Republic of Macedonia
Haradinaj continued to conduct terrorist activities even after the arrival of itnernational forces in Kosovo and Metohija and is deeply involved in Albanian terrorist activities in south central Serbia. Thus, for example, Malic Ndrecaj was sent on his orders to the district of Vitina to organize the terrorist Albanian National Army. Today Haradinaj is also especially active in acquisition of weapons and secret training of Albanian terrorists from south central Serbia which is being conducted in the villages of Kosovo and Metohija near the administrative line.
Haradinaj is also involved in the operations of Albanian terrorists in the Republic of Macedonia and providing financial support to Nazim Haradinaj, who provided weapons for the Albanian terrorists in Macedonia. Following the orders of Ramush Haradinaj, until the moment of his arrest by Kfor in July 2002, his brother Daut was directly involved in organizing the terrorist Albanian Liberation Army and participated in clashes with security forces of the Republic of Macedonia.
Ramush Haradinaj acquires the financial means for terrorism through criminalactivities.
Murder and intimidation of political opponents
Ramush Haradinaj does not flinch from murdering his political opponents. Thus the Eslani brothers together with the notorious Toger followed his order on January 17, 2002 and liquidated DSK deputy Ismajl Haradnaj and attempted the murder of Ramiz and Sadik Murici from Pec, both DSK supporters. As well, the Elsani borthers in 2002 following Haradinaj's order liquidated his former bodyguard Avni Elezaj, who was supposed to testify regarding Haradinaj's conflict with the Musaj family and Tahir Zemaj.
Under the patronage (command) of the Haradinaj brothers, prison camps (detention centers) were formed which functioned from 1997-2003 in the following locations: Likovac, Orlate, Malisevska Banja, Jablanica, Smonica, Ozrim, Glamocer, Rakoc, and Kodralija. As an epilogue to this, left behind them were mass graves in the following locations: Brekovac, Ljubizda, Pec NN cemetery, Piskote, Radonjicko Jezero, Goden, Rakoc, etc.
It is estimated that the number of their victims (of all nationalities) may exceed three hundred people, largely civilizans.
It is estimated that Ramush Haradinaj is directly responsible for the abuction of over four hundred people (1998-2002) of all nationalities.
It is estimated that three groups for stalking and liquidation under his direct command are comprised of about 30 people specially trained for this type of task. The punishment for disloyalty or disobedience of members of the Kosovo Police Service or Kosovo Protection Corps is death and his groups are responsible for multiple murders of Albanian members of the KPS and translators.
Threats and intimidation of members of UNMIK (political and police organizations) as well as their "lobbying" (bribery) also fall under the domain of the work of Haradinaj's groups. All Albanian leaders in the Kosovo Police Service must obey Haradinaj. He is the logistical mastermind behind all Albanian National Army operations and an active participant in its organization and planning. His men have been appointed municipal mayors and, paradoxically, are also members of negotiating groups for displaced persons from Kosovo and Metohija (giving them access to Serbian and UNMIK plans).
In districts under his direct control, he has the most contact with members of Italian Kfor and also controls the entire UNMIK judicial system in Pec. He is behind attacks on Serb returnee villages near Klina (Bicha). His groups is also responsible for the hushed up murder of three members of UNMIK police in the village of Citak in 2003. Haradinaj also has the most developed and organized operative intelligence netweork in Kosovo, which also covers zones of interest in central Serbia and throughout the territory of Montenegro. His intelligence network also supports the increasingly strong illegal network of associates and sympathizers of the Party of Democratic Action (based in Pec with local branches in Rozaj, Plav and in the Sandzak.
Al Q'aida connection
As far as Ramush Haradinaj himself is concerned, it is well to keep in mind a fact presented before the U.S. Congress on December 13, 2000 by Ralph Machek, the deputy director of the Criminal Intelligence Administration of Interpol - that Muhamed al Zavahiri, the brother of Dr. Ajman Zavahiri, the leader of the terrorist organization Egyptian Jihad and ideologue of al-Q'aida, commanded an elite unit of the terrorist KLA during the time of the conflict in Kosovo and Metohija. What Machek failed to mention was that this unit was a part of the military policy of the terrorist KLA for the region of Metohija under the command of Daut Haradinaj, while the commander of all units of the terrorist KLA for the region of Metohija was Ramush Haradinaj.
Even after the arrival of international forces in Kosovo and Metohija the Haradinaj brothers continued to nurture their connections with Islamic terrorists. In October 2001 on orders of Ramush Haradinaj his brother Daut visited Sofia where he met with the aforementioned Muhamed al Zavahiriji and discussed further tactics and activities by Islamic terrorists in Kosovo and Metohija and the Republic of Macedonia.
It is not known whether al-Q'aida continues to count on the further services of the Haradinaj clan, first and foremost, on Ramush Haradinaj, a proven champion of the terrorist ideology of Islamic extremists.
Gde si Party stara kuco.Haben die dich auch aus PF raus gemoppft.Naja,sta ces protiv budale.Posle mesec dana mozes da se vratis.
Der Doofii Ramuz, was er so an die Amerikanische Presse schreibt
From: "sibercor2000" <kdnlist@f...> Date: Thu Dec 2, 2004 9:07 pm Subject: WSJ Ramush Haradinaj: Indepedence Day
WALL STREET JOURNAL EUROPE (USA) OPINION December 01, 2004
By Ramush Haradinaj
PRISTINA, Kosovo -- It is widely expected that I will be chosen by the Kosovo Assembly later this week as the next prime minister. If, indeed, this is the case I will take office with no illusions about the scale of the task that lies ahead. Over the past two decades, Kosovo has faced many tragedies. Few families -- whatever their ethnic origin -- have been left unscathed. Personally, I lost two brothers in the fighting, as well as countless cousins, friends and neighbors. But I am proud of the part that I played in protecting my people from Slobodan Milosevic and his henchmen, and I am ready to defend my actions against criticism and innuendo. I therefore welcome the scrutiny of my war record by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, or ICTY, and am confident that truth and justice will prevail. However, any attempt -- be it by the ICTY with the best of motives, or others with the worst -- to morally equate Milosevic's state-sponsored terror with the actions of the Kosovo Liberation Army in defense of Kosovar Albanians will only make the task more difficult. For the need now is to look forward rather than back, to create an inclusive, democratic, independent state in Kosovo that respects the rights of all its citizens and is both just and tolerant. Since the end of the 1998-99 war and NATO intervention, we have been under United Nations administration pursuant to Security Council Resolution 1244 of 1999. We are now approaching the end of this interim status and it is time for Kosovo to take control of its own destiny. Talks on final status will commence in mid-2005. I expect them to be difficult. There are serious issues regarding our minority communities that need to be resolved. There is, obviously, considerable residual distrust between Pristina and Belgrade. I am confident, however, that we can build bridges that will lead to trust, and upon that trust we will build the structures of a truly inclusive state. I am confident also that we will achieve independence and international recognition very soon. It is my firm belief that independence is not inconsistent with a better relationship with Serbia; on the contrary, the issue of Kosovo needs to be resolved in the only practical way so that we can all move forward to improve the lives of our communities and establish a basis for long-term security in the region. We have to strengthen our institutions, build a market economy, provide public services and ensure security for all our citizens. We are starting from a position that is extremely difficult, with very high unemployment and very poor infrastructure. Without independence we cannot even begin the task of attracting much-needed foreign investment and signing bilateral and multilateral trade and investment agreements. Our current undetermined status is in fact an economic prison that has perpetuated conditions of unacceptable poverty. Undetermined status was nonetheless a price we accepted for an immediate end to state-terror and ethnic cleansing. History will judge NATO's intervention and the subsequent United Nations role in Kosovo as acts of great humanity, courage and wisdom. We will now work in partnership with the United Nations and the international community to fulfil the mandate of Resolution 1244 and take the next steps towards creating a fully democratic European state. Since the end of the war in Kosovo in 1999, I have worked tirelessly with the United Nations and the international community to build a future for all Kosovars: Albanians, Serbs, Roma, Ashkali, Turks and whoever else chooses to live here. Much has been achieved in those five years but there is a great deal more that remains to be done. I am determined that we will succeed.
Mr. Haradinaj is president of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo.
Zitat von lupo-de-mare
Die Albaner begeben sich auf sehr duennes Eis...2005 wird es zum Krieg kommen...
Saturday, December 4, 2004 · Last updated 9:11 a.m. PT
Serbia seeks to annul Kosovo PM election
By JOVANA GEC
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
BELGRADE, Serbia-Montenegro -- Serbia on Saturday demanded the U.N. administrator of Kosovo annul the election of the province's new prime minister, a former rebel leader accused by Serbs of war crimes.
Belgrade officials said the Kosovo parliament had jeopardized talks on the province's future as well as regional stability by choosing ethnic Albanian Ramush Haradinaj.
"A man who carries a heavy burden of crimes committed in both war and peace was elected the head of (Kosovo) government," Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica said. "That could have a decisive influence on the situation in Kosovo and the whole region."
Kostunica said Belgrade will present its demand for Haradinaj's removal in letters to Kosovo U.N. administrator Soren Jessen-Petersen, the U.N. Security Council and the European Union.
"The Serbian government is demanding that he (Jessen-Petersen) uses his authority to overturn that provocative act," Kostunica said.
Haradinaj was voted to the post of the prime minister on Friday by Kosovo's newly elected assembly. The United Nations and other Western officials hailed his election as democratic despite the war crimes investigation against him.
Haradinaj's small party, Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, came in third in Oct. 23 national elections. It struck a coalition deal with the party with the most votes, the Democratic League of Kosovo led by Ibrahim Rugova, who becomes president.
The Serb authorities accuse Haradinaj of war crimes against Serb civilians in western Kosovo, where he led rebel troops of the separatist ethnic Albanian Kosovo Liberation Army during a 1998-99 war.
Belgrade has repeatedly insisted that Haradinaj be indicted for war crimes by the U.N. tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands. Serb authorities reportedly have provided evidence to the U.N. prosecutors for such an indictment.
The Hague tribunal investigators recently questioned Haradinaj, but no charges have been brought.
The Serbian leaders said in a joint statement that he faces a Belgrade arrest warrant and 108 charges filed against him here because of the alleged war crimes committed by his troops against Serb civilians, as well as other offenses.
"What is the message that is being sent by his election?" the Serbian officials asked. "It cannot be justified by phrases about democracy or formal procedures."
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