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Erstellt von DZEKO, 29.08.2013, 16:43 Uhr · 5.699 Antworten · 223.492 Aufrufe

  1. #2621
    Avatar von Izdajnik

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    Zitat Zitat von DarkoRatic Beitrag anzeigen
    Zu dieser Quelle äußere ich mich nicht mehr
    Für mich sehen das wie Normale Passanten aus
    Activists March to Kosovo Mass Grave in Belgrade

    On the 17th anniversary of the killings of 48 Kosovo Albanians in Suhareka/Suva Reka, campaigners walked from downtown Belgrade to the suburb of Batajnica, where the bodies were found in 2001.




    Around 30 activists led by Belgrade-based Youth Initiative for Human Rights, YIHR, and the My Initiative movement, gathered in downtown Belgrade on Saturday and walked to the site of a mass grave in Batajnica to mark the anniversary of the massacre by Serbian forces during the Kosovo war.
    The aim was to show that the mass grave at a police training centre in Batajnica that contained the bodies of around 700 Kosovo Albanians, including the Suhareka/Suva Reka victims, was only “a walking distance from the Belgrade’s Republic Square”, Jovana Prusina of YIHR told BIRN.
    “That is something that people don’t know and something that is not being talked about [in Serbia],” Prusina said.
    Forty-eight residents of the Kosovo town of Suhareka/Suva Reka were killed on March 26, 1999 by Serbian forces.
    Forty-six of them were members of the Berisha family; 14 of them under 15 years old, including two babies, as well as a pregnant woman and an elderly woman.
    Two women and a child survived the massacre.
    Some of the men were shot dead while the survivors were forced into a pizzaria, locked in, and had hand-grenades thrown at them.
    Those showing signs of life were shot in the head and transported to a mass grave in Kosovo, where they were initially dumped.
    The bodies were later reburied in at the police training centre in Batajnica after being transported from Kosovo in an attempt by Serb forces to cover up the killings.




    Prusina said that another reason for the commemoration walk on Saturday was “the rehabilitation of war criminals which is now happening in Serbia”.
    “War criminals are now being declared heroes. There is the case of [former Yugoslav Army official Vladimir] Lazarevic, who is a convicted war criminal and who received a hero’s welcome after he served his [Kosovo war crimes] sentence,” she said.
    Suhareka/Suva Reka police chief Radojko Repanovic and police officer Sladjan Cukaric were sentenced to 20 years in prison for their involvement. Police officer Miroslav Petkovic and state security official Milorad Nisavic were given sentences of 13 and 15 years respectively.
    The Hague Tribunal has also convicted six senior Belgrade officials over the killings in Suhareka/Suva Reka.
    A total of 744 Kosovo Albanian victims’ bodies have been exhumed from mass graves in Batajnica.
    Mass graves containing the bodies of Kosovo Albanians killed during the war have been found in three other locations in Serbia - at Lake Perucac, at a police centre in Petrovo Selo and at the Rudnica quarry near the town of Raska.
    However, so far no one has been prosecuted in Serbia for the operation to remove the bodies.
    Only former Serbian assistant interior minister Vlastimir Djordjevic has been convicted by the Hague Tribunal of transporting the bodies from Kosovo to Serbia, among other crimes during the late 1990s war.

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    nur 30 Verwirrte von YIHR. Kein Grund zur Panik also, kannst weiter deinen Faschistentraum leben


  2. #2622
    Avatar von DarkoRatic

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    Zitat Zitat von Izdajnik Beitrag anzeigen
    Activists March to Kosovo Mass Grave in Belgrade

    On the 17th anniversary of the killings of 48 Kosovo Albanians in Suhareka/Suva Reka, campaigners walked from downtown Belgrade to the suburb of Batajnica, where the bodies were found in 2001.




    Around 30 activists led by Belgrade-based Youth Initiative for Human Rights, YIHR, and the My Initiative movement, gathered in downtown Belgrade on Saturday and walked to the site of a mass grave in Batajnica to mark the anniversary of the massacre by Serbian forces during the Kosovo war.
    The aim was to show that the mass grave at a police training centre in Batajnica that contained the bodies of around 700 Kosovo Albanians, including the Suhareka/Suva Reka victims, was only “a walking distance from the Belgrade’s Republic Square”, Jovana Prusina of YIHR told BIRN.
    “That is something that people don’t know and something that is not being talked about [in Serbia],” Prusina said.
    Forty-eight residents of the Kosovo town of Suhareka/Suva Reka were killed on March 26, 1999 by Serbian forces.
    Forty-six of them were members of the Berisha family; 14 of them under 15 years old, including two babies, as well as a pregnant woman and an elderly woman.
    Two women and a child survived the massacre.
    Some of the men were shot dead while the survivors were forced into a pizzaria, locked in, and had hand-grenades thrown at them.
    Those showing signs of life were shot in the head and transported to a mass grave in Kosovo, where they were initially dumped.
    The bodies were later reburied in at the police training centre in Batajnica after being transported from Kosovo in an attempt by Serb forces to cover up the killings.




    Prusina said that another reason for the commemoration walk on Saturday was “the rehabilitation of war criminals which is now happening in Serbia”.
    “War criminals are now being declared heroes. There is the case of [former Yugoslav Army official Vladimir] Lazarevic, who is a convicted war criminal and who received a hero’s welcome after he served his [Kosovo war crimes] sentence,” she said.
    Suhareka/Suva Reka police chief Radojko Repanovic and police officer Sladjan Cukaric were sentenced to 20 years in prison for their involvement. Police officer Miroslav Petkovic and state security official Milorad Nisavic were given sentences of 13 and 15 years respectively.
    The Hague Tribunal has also convicted six senior Belgrade officials over the killings in Suhareka/Suva Reka.
    A total of 744 Kosovo Albanian victims’ bodies have been exhumed from mass graves in Batajnica.
    Mass graves containing the bodies of Kosovo Albanians killed during the war have been found in three other locations in Serbia - at Lake Perucac, at a police centre in Petrovo Selo and at the Rudnica quarry near the town of Raska.
    However, so far no one has been prosecuted in Serbia for the operation to remove the bodies.
    Only former Serbian assistant interior minister Vlastimir Djordjevic has been convicted by the Hague Tribunal of transporting the bodies from Kosovo to Serbia, among other crimes during the late 1990s war.

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    nur 30 Verwirrte von YIHR. Kein Grund zur Panik also, kannst weiter deinen Faschistentraum leben

    Bin kein Faschist und werde und will niemals einer sein so sehe ich dass zumindest

  3. #2623
    Avatar von Dubioza

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    Zitat Zitat von Grdelin Beitrag anzeigen
    Das wäre nicht klug, wenn die Vojvodina wieder kroatisch wird muß man sie ja wieder ausgliedern.
    weil sie es ja je war du vogel hahahaha

    opet vi ovde na temi tražite korene, kopaj do 5000 pne i vinče, u srpskoj (znači i vašoj jer i vi od srba potičete) azbuci ima 20 slova koji su skoro identični sa slovima vinčanskog pisma.
    ne morate više srati i lagati jer se istina zna, papci jedni

    image.jpeg

  4. #2624
    Avatar von Cobra

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    Seseljove bajke

  5. #2625
    Avatar von Strahimir I

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    Zitat Zitat von Cobra Beitrag anzeigen
    Seseljove bajke
    Star Trek ist Müll im Gegensatz zur Serbischen Geschichte.

  6. #2626
    Avatar von NovaKula

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    Absolut, da kann man nur lachen.
    Das untere muss Fake sein

    images (3).jpg
    Angehängte Grafiken Angehängte Grafiken

  7. #2627
    Avatar von NovaKula

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  8. #2628
    Avatar von CrnaRuka

    Registriert seit
    25.08.2006
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    648
    Zitat Zitat von Cobra Beitrag anzeigen
    Seseljove bajke

    Bolje su nego vase ustaske bajke.....

    - - - Aktualisiert - - -

    Zitat Zitat von Strahimir I Beitrag anzeigen
    Star Trek ist Müll im Gegensatz zur Serbischen Geschichte.
    Ihr beschissenen dreckigen Ustasas seit der grösste Müll vom Balkan ...

  9. #2629
    Avatar von Methica

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    Seselj ist freigesprochen worden.

    So viel zu seinen Bajke.

  10. #2630
    Avatar von Sakib Sejdovic

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    also mir gefällt's. der freispruch ist genau das, was der balkan meiner meinung nach braucht.
    #makehatespeechgreatagain

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