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Serbischer Terror schon vor dem Kosovokrieg

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    Serbischer Terror schon vor dem Kosovokrieg

    Wochenbericht Nr. 386 der
    Menschenrechtsorganisation
    KMDLNJ / CDHRF Prishtina
    28. bis 31. December 1997
    REPORT NO. 386
    ON THE WIDESPREAD REPRESSION
    AND HARASSMENT PERPETRATED BY
    THE SERBIAN POLICE AND OTHER
    AUTHORITIES IN KOSOVA FROM
    28 DECEMBER UNTIL 31 DECEMBER 1997

    Supplement: THE LIST OF PHYSICALLY ILL-TREATED PERSONS - 3 January 1998



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    REPORT NO. 386

    ON THE WIDESPREAD REPRESSION AND HARASSMENT PERPETRATED BY
    THE SERBIAN POLICE AND OTHER AUTHORITIES IN KOSOVA
    FROM 28 DECEMBER UNTIL 31 DECEMBER

    On 30 December, large police forces intervened during the peaceful protests for the
    unconditional release of school and university facilities in Prishtina, Peja, Gjakova,
    Mitrovica and Gjilan. Many students were subjected to physical ill-treatment and suffered
    injuries.

    PRISHTINA: On 30 December, at about 11 a.m., large police forces brutally intervened
    against the peaceful protesters in the "Mother Theresa" city promenade and other parts of
    the city. Many citizens were ill-treated and suffered body injuries. Since the early hours of
    the morning, all streets leading to the centre of the city were blocked. On the roofs of the
    National Theatre, Assembly of Kosova, "Rilindja" Publishing House and the National Bank
    of Kosova, snipers were situated. Police stopped buses preventing passengers from
    travelling to Prishtina.
    During the police intervention, the following were physically ill-treated: Selatin Novosella
    (1945), member of the LDK Board; Aziz Biçkaj (1967), a student, "Kodra e Diellit" quarter
    9-1, suffered injuries on his head, back and leg; Ramiz Arifi (1957), an economist from
    Matiçan, suffered injuries on his head and back; Driton Bytyçi (1977), a student from
    Magura near Lipjan, suffered severe body injuries; Fatmir Gjakova (Hoxha) (1955), a
    sculptor and professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Tetova, "Mosha Pijade" st.13, suffered
    injuries on his head, back and shoulder; Mustafë Nuredini (1940), a teacher at "Ganimete
    Tërbeshi" Primary School in the village of Llukar, "Jabllanica" st.391, suffered injuries on
    his head, shoulders and legs; Adem Shahini (1948), an employee at the Faculty of
    Economics, "Drenica III" st.30, suffered injuries on his head and other parts of the body;
    Nazmi Çollaku (1974), a student, suffered injuries on his head; Shyhrete Jashari (1976), a
    student from Nëntë Jugoviqi, suffered injuries on her back and neck; Leonora Pllana
    (1978), a student from Nëntë Jugoviqi, suffered body injuries; Ahmet Shala M.S., (1961), a
    lecturer at the Faculty of Economics, "Ulpiana" quarter D5 I/1, suffered body injuries;
    Vahide Behrami (1972), a student from Gllogoc, suffered injuries on her left leg, chest and
    back; Avni N. Breznica (1977), a student from Lipjan; Fatmire Abiti (1978), a student from
    Pestova near Vushtrri; Enver Berisha, a student; Qamile Fetah Bajraktari (1976), a student
    from Kishnareka near Gllogoc, suffered injuries on her left arm and on her back; Emrush
    Suma (1974), a student from Dimca near Kaçanik; Hajdin Përçuku, a student; Vlora
    Zeqiraj (1976) and Besa Zeqiraj (1978), students from Studenica near Istog; prof. dr.
    Ahmet Geca, vice-rector of the University of Prishtina; Bujar Dugolli, chairman of the
    Students' Independent Union (SIU); Driton Lajçi, vice-chairman; Albin Kurti and Ernest
    Luma, members of the Presidency of SIU; Lulëzim Hoti, a student from Mitrovica, "Rifat
    Vidishiqi" st.8, from Hogosht near Kamenica, suffered injuries on his head; Emira Kryeziu
    (1981), a pupil, "Dragodan" quarter II; Driton Pllana, a student; Arsim Kryeziu (1977), a
    student from Rogaçica near Kamenica, suffered injuries on his eyes and back; Drita
    Kryeziu, a student from Bubavec near Malisheva; Fatime Shala (1971), a student from
    Dubovik near Deçan, suffered injuries on her back; dr. Zekeria Cana, a historian; dr.
    Fehmi Rexhepi, a historian; dr. Isa Bicaj, a historian; Zejnullah Halili (1971), a student; Ilmi
    Rexhepi (60) from Gjilan; Ardian Rexhepi (21), a student from Gjilan; Mufail Gashi (36), a
    worker; Sevdail Makolli (1978), a student from Sofalia near Prishtina, was ill-treated until
    he fainted; Xhavit Nebiu (1964) from Likoshan near Gllogoc, suffered body injuries; Hafir
    Gashi from Llapushnik near Gllogoc, a driver at the "Ferronikel" Enterprise; Gani Krasniqi
    (1960), an engineer from the village of Negroc near Gllogoc; Hakif Ajet Xhylani (1958), a
    teacher from Baica near Gllogoc; Shefki M. Ajvazi (1938), a teacher from Sfeqla near
    Podujeva, suffered injuries on his head; doc.dr. Mujë Shala (1950), a physician and
    professor at Medical Faculty, suffered injuries on his head; Ramadan Selimi and his two
    children Arsim and Flora, students, "Qamil Turbedari" st.2; Kujtim Maqedonci (1953), a
    retired technician, "Trimat Kosovarë" st.8a, suffered injuries on his head; Bajram Kastrati
    (1936), a pensioner, "APJ" st.105/4, suffered injuries on his head and arm; Nexhip Stublla
    (1953), an employee at the Institute for Protection of Environment, "4 Korriku" st.43 in
    Podujeva, suffered body injuries; Mursel Mulliqi (1948), an unemployed from Podujeva,
    suffered severe injuries on his head, face, back and was hit on his genital organs; prof.dr.
    Jahi Hoxha (1943), a professor at the Faculty of Natural Sciences, "Bregu i Diellit" quarter
    7/24, suffered injuries on his head; Hysen Pasjaqa (1930), a pensioner, "Milladin Popoviq"
    st.227, suffered injuries on his back and right leg; Ramadan M. Salihu (1941), an
    employee at the Kosnjuries on his head and shoulders; Feride Selman Salihu (1969), a
    student from Dumnica e Poshtme near Podujeva, fainted; Bajram Ajeti (1935), a
    hairdresser, "Vëllazërim Bashkim" st.133, suffered injuries on his left arm; Haxhere Pllana
    (1974), a student from Lajthishta near Obiliq; Selatin Buçinca (1954), an unemployed auto-
    mechanic, "Llapi" st.55, suffered severe injuries on his head, neck and arms; Arben
    Mehmeti (1971), a student from Llofca; Habib Hamdiu (1958) from Zhegra near Gjilan,
    suffered injuries on his head and other parts of his body; Hysni Lushtaku (1977), a student
    from Prekaz near Skënderaj, suffered body injuries; Sylejman Ahmet Zabelaj (1975);
    Ibrahim Hajdari (1962), a jurist from Shtytica near Gllogoc; Mustafë Canolli (1975), a
    student, "Drenica III" st.26; Mustafë Mustafa (1971), a student from Babushi i
    Muhaxherëve near Lipjan, suffered injuries on his stomach and fainted; Albert Adem Beqiri
    (21), a student from Mitrovica, "Qendra" quarter; Sadete Halil Rama, a student from
    Vushtrri; Bekim Bafti Nazifi (1970), a student from Smira near Vitia, suffered injuries on his
    face and other parts of his body; Ahmet Jashanica (1941), unemployed, "Dardania"
    quarter SU 4/4 F6 8-35, suffered injuries on his back and leg; Fitnete Baftiu (1978), a
    student, "Dardania" quarter SU 9/1 4-35, fainted due to severe physical ill-treatment;
    Myrvete Mulaku (1977), a student from Komoran near Gllogoc, suffered injuries on her
    head, back and shoulders; Fehmi Maloku (1961), a teacher from Përlepnica near Gjilan;
    Agim Luzha (1978), a student from Ferizaj, suffered injuries on his head and leg and
    fainted; Vjollca Neziri (1975), a student from Kaçanik; Muhamet Buzhala (35), a teacher
    from Gllogoc, was ill-treated until he fainted, he suffered severe injuries on his head and
    backbone; Valbonë Hajdini and Basrije Bajgora - students from Podujeva, suffered body
    injuries; Lindita Shahini, a student from Istog, suffered body injuries; Gjylë Krasniqi from
    Carralluka near Malisheva; Shefqet Buçaj, a teacher from Lladrovc near Maërguti, a
    student; Avdullah Desku, a student, suffered body injuries; Vjollca Fazliu, a student;
    Muharrem Avdiu, a worker; Valdete Daka, a jurist; Adem Rexhaj and Idriz Shala,
    pensioners; Nuredin Islami, a student; Mihane Salihu, a student; Shyhrete Kastrati, a
    student; Lirie Mavraj, a student, Rrustem Hyseni, a student; Ramadan Makolli, a worker;
    Ramadan Buzhala, a student; Bashkim Shylemaja, a student; Lesh Skeli, a student; Driton
    Shala, a student; Ardian Kastrati, a student; Blerim Shatri, a student; Avni Bytyçi; Besa
    Tovërlani, a student and journalist of "Bota e re" magazine; Arsim Aliu, Thëllënza Arifi, a
    student; Shekip Fazliu, a student; Vjollca Hoti, a student; prof.dr. Ragip Halili, professor at
    the Law Faculty; Violeta Tahiri, a student.

    PEJA: Five minutes after the beginning of the peaceful protests, during the students'
    march through the city promenade, large police forces intervened ill-treating many citizens
    and causing them body injuries. Life Metaj, Lendita Duraku, Sadete Ibrahimaj, Ariana
    Mulliqi, Asllan Gjuraj and Valbona Nikqi, students, were physically ill-treated, as well as the
    following citizens: Din Zymer Kastrati (1962) from Dobërda; Xhavit Berisha (1964) from
    Krushec; Elvir Muriqi (1976) from Bërzhenik and Ekrem M. Qerreti (1980) a pupil from
    Krushec; Zymer Alaj from Drenoc was beaten and threatened with expulsion to Albania
    under the pretext that he spoke no Serbian; Arsim Dautaj from Carrabregu i Epërm and
    Artan I. Avdimetaj from Strellci i Epërm. Luan Elshani from Ozrim and Haxhi Berisha from
    Lutogllava; Besnik Berisha, a journalist of "Koha Ditore" daily and Muharrem Shala, a
    worker, were arrested and taken to the Security Centre where they were subjected to
    physical ill-treatment. They were released after 40 minutes.

    GJAKOVA: Since the early hours of the morning, large police forces blocked all streets
    leading to the city centre. At 11.15, on the attempt of the students of the "Bajram Curri"
    High Pedagogical School to gather in the city promenade, police intervened, physically ill-
    treating many students. The following were physically ill-treated and suffered body injuries:
    Adonis Xhavit Hasi (1980), Adriatik Shkelzen Rexha (1982) and Shefqet Shehu from
    Gjakova; Mentor Smajl Islamaj (1980) from Skivjan; Arta Gjikokaj, a student from Deçan,
    suffered injuries on both legs and on her shoulders; Blerim Dautaj from Carrabregu i
    Epërm near Deçan; Muhamet Tolaj from Prejlepi near Deçan; Edison Selmanaj from
    Rastavica near Deçan; Agron S. Selmanaj from Baballoq; Ilir Krasniqi, Ymer Sh. Islami,
    Mimoza Godeni (1979), Yllka Bedra (1978) and Gazmend Islami (1978) from Gjakova;
    Vezire Fetahu, Belkize Asllani, Leonora Nimani and Antigona Nimani from Gërgoc; Valmir
    Ukaj (1976) from Lumbardh near Deçan; Bashkim Kamberi from Lëbusha; Blerim Gjoci
    (1976), Albert Kuçi (1978) and Qerim Gjoci (1978) - from Junik near Deçan; Valdet Bacaj
    from Klina; Driton Demaj from Osekhyla; Diamant Vladaj from Strellci near Deçan; Dëfrim
    Rifaj from Prizren; Jahë Thaqi from Demjan; Driton Gashi (1978) from Klina near Gjakova;
    Hysni Kelmendi (1978) from Rakovina; Muharrem Morina (1978) from Deja near Rahovec
    as well as Rasim I. Zeneli (1973) and Agim Homza from Jabllanica. Sami Ahmeti (1978)
    from Krelani and Blerim Hoxha from Cërmjani, both students, were subjected to physical
    ill-treatment during the protests and at the police station where they were kept for 2 hours.

    MITROVICA: In the village of Shupkoc, in the vicinity of the gas station, 6 policemen
    stopped the bus of the "Galica" travel agency and checked the identities of all passengers,
    among whom were the students of the Mining Faculty: Kimete Bajram Berisha (30) from
    Kçiq i Madh; Zejnepe Sherif Sinani (20), Suzana Hetem Sinani (19) and Luljeta Behxhet
    Ahmeti (19), all 3 from Vushtrria. Compulsive authorities did not allow the opening of the
    market under the pretext that the Albanians cause problems.
    There was no police intervention during the protests, but in the vicinity of the bus station,
    police ill-treated many Albanian citizens, among whom were Qerim Idriz Berisha (43) from
    Kçiq i Madh, teacher at the "1 Maji" Primary School in the village of Shupkoc and Sami
    Lam Ibrahimi (35), "Tavnik" quarter.

    GJILAN: During the peaceful protests, police ill-treated Musa Krivaça (55), a worker, "Savo
    Kovaçeviq" st., who tried to join the protesters.

    PRIZREN: During the peaceful protests, police checked the identities of: Asllan Bekteshi
    and Teki Rexhepi, journalists of the "Bujku" daily; Agron Shporta, a journalist of "Koha
    Ditore" daily; Avdyl Dakaj and Zenel Koqinaj.


    FERIZAJ: After the peaceful protests, police checked the identities of many Albanian
    citizens and seized their Ids. Nexhat Misini from Tërni and Afrim Krosa were taken for
    interrogation to the police station, provoked and psychologically ill-treated. A police squad
    intervened in the "Gashi" photo shop. Isa Gashi, its owner, and Mexhit Zaskoku, a worker
    of his, were arrested. Isa's camera was seized under the pretext that he taken photos of
    the protesters.

    28 DECEMBER:

    SKëNDERAJ: At the police check-points in Vitomirica and Staradran, police stopped the
    members of "Drenica" basketball club, checked their identities and insulted them on a
    national basis, accusing them as being terrorists. Policemen took Zymer Bajraktari, the
    driver, to the building and interrogated him on the Kosova Liberation Army, etc.
    VITIA: In "Bashkim Vëllazërim" st. in Ferizaj, police stopped the wedding guests of Basri
    Qerimi from Pozharan near Vitia. Policemen interrogated the driver of the car which the
    flag was in.

    29 DECEMBER:

    GJILAN: Faik Shkodra (1946), a professor at "Skënderbeu" High Pedagogical School,
    "Ramiz Sadiku" st.10/4, was taken for "informative talks" regarding the students' peaceful
    protests for the unconditional release of the university facilities.
    OBILIQ: In the early hours of the morning, police searched for Sabri Zejnullah Mjekiqi from
    the village of Grabovc i Epërm, who is currently living in Germany.

    30 DECEMBER:

    DEÇAN: In the vicinity of "Lidhja e Prizrenit" Primary School in Deçan, police stopped,
    checked and arrested Shefqet K. Hadërgjonaj (1948) and Sali B. Pangjaj (1953) from
    Voksh. After an hour, they were released. Police confiscated some magazines and
    interrogated them on the family of Sali Hadërgjonaj.
    OBILIQ: Police stopped all buses in order to prevent passengers from going to Prishtina
    and participating in the peaceful protests.

    31 DECEMBER:

    MITROVICA: At midnight, in the village of Shipol, police stopped Rifat Destan Dakolli (19)
    from Rezalla near Skënderaj. Without any pretext, he was punched and kicked and
    interrogated on the students' protests.
    In the green market, two policemen forced the following citizens to carry their goods to the
    car: Sejdi Kutllovci, Xhemail Kqiqi, Destan Dakolli and Shemsi Kolla.
    SKëNDERAJ: Random shooting was heard at the ammunition factory. Such cases cause
    panic among the population.

    DELAYED INFORMATION:

    GJAKOVA: On 24 December, about 50 policemen brutally intervened in the city
    promenade dispersing students and other citizens that were protesting against the
    usurpation of school and university facilities. The following students suffered severe body
    injuries: Shkëlzen Shehu from Gjakova; Miradije (1977) and Lendita Tolaj (1978) from
    Prilep near Deçan; Gazmend Ukë Bytyçi from Peja; Sevdije Bytyçi (1978) from Poçeza
    near Peja and Sami Ramiz Kasabaj (1979) from Kërnina near Klina. Gurakuq Dobrona
    had an arm broken, Përparim Godeni, Visar Dana and Valon Ismail Mullahasani (1979),
    suffered severe body injuries. 14 protesters were taken to the police station and released
    later on.
    PRISHTINA: On 25 December, Bekim Lekaj, a student of economics, from Deçan, was
    stopped by the police and was severely ill-treated.
    MITROVICA: On 24 December, two policemen and two plainclothed inspectors arrested
    Nebih Kadri Zeqiri (46), "Tavnik" quarter, and sent him to the police station, where he was
    interrogated on the whereabouts of his brother Abedin. Nebih was ordered to report to the
    police station the next day.
    On 26 December, in the vicinity of the green market, two traffic policemen physically ill-
    treated Besim Fazli Tahiri (16) from Stantërg.
    RAHOVEC: On 13 December, on his return from Germany, Hysen A. Kabashi (1961) from
    the village of Çifllak was stopped by the Serbian police in Zubin Potok and insulted on a
    family and national basis. He was physically ill-treated, too.
    On 26 December, professor Veli Orllani from Brestovc, chairman of the LDK branch, was
    taken for "informative talks" to the police station.
    PODUJEVA: On 22 December, police searched for Ilmi, Nexhip and Qamil Rifat Havolli
    regarding the breaking in the school. Ejup Havolli from Llapashtica was sent to serve a 4
    month prison term for being in possession of a weapon without permit.
    On 25 December, at the bus station, Serbian police beat up passers-by, as well as the bus
    drivers Bujar and Petrit Babashtica.
    DEÇAN: On 25 December, in the outskirts of Peja, police stopped the wedding guests of
    Tahir Sylëmetaj and physically ill-treated the following persons: Isen Mehmetaj, Muharrem
    Rama, Tahir Sylmeta and Zymer Gjura. On finding out that they were travelling to Vuthaj
    near Gusia, policemen started insulting the newly elected president of Montenegro.
    On 26 December, Afrim Isufaj (1963), member of the District Financial Council in Junik,
    was arrested and later on released. On 27 December, he was summoned for "informative
    talks" to the police station. He was interrogated on his activity within the Council as well as
    on the funeral of the recently killed Ismet Çaush Gjocaj.

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    Date: Sat, 14 Dec 1996 14:03:24 -0800
    From: "Ibrahim Sh. Makolli" <ibro@EUnet.yu>
    STUDENTS' PROTESTS, 30 DECEMBER 1997

    Council for the Defence of Human Rights and Freedoms in Prishtina
    has available information on 121 ill-treated persons in Prishtina,
    Peja, Gjakova, Mitrovica and Gjilan. We have estimated that the
    number of ill-treated persons is much higher.

    THE LIST OF PHYSICALLY ILL-TREATED PERSONS:

    PRISHTINA:

    1. Selatin Novosella (1945), member of the LDK Board from Prishtina
    2. Aziz Biçkaj (1967), a student from Prishtina
    3. Ramiz Arifi (1957), an economist from Prishtina
    4. Driton Bytyqi (1977), a student from Magura near Lipjan
    5. Fatmir Gjakova (Hoxha) (1955), a sculptor from Prishtina
    6. Mustafë Nuredini (1940), a teacher from Prishtina
    7. Adem Shahini (1948), a worker from Prishtina
    8. Nazmi ¦ollaku (1974), a student from ¦ubrel near Skënderaj
    9. Shyhrete Jashari (1976), a student from Nëntë Jugoviq
    10. Ahmet Shala M.S. (1961), a lecturer at the Faculty of Economics from Prishtina
    11. Leonora Pllana (1978), a student from Nëntë Jugoviq
    12. Vahide Behrami (1972), a student from Gllogoc
    13. Avni N. Breznica (1977), a student from Lipjan
    14. Fatmire Abiti (1978), a student from Pestova near Vushtrri
    15. Enver Berisha, a student
    16. Qamile F. Bajraktari (1976), a student from Kishandrellc near Gllogoc
    17. Emrush Suma (1974), a student from Dimca near Kaçanik
    18. Hajdin Përçuku, a student
    19. Vlora Zeqiraj (1976), a student from Studenica near Istog
    20. Besa Zeqiraj (1978), a student from Studenica near Istog
    21. Ahmet Geca, vice-rector of University of Prishtina
    22. Lulëzim Hoti (1977), a student from Mitrovica
    23. Bekim Muja (1977), a student from Hogosht near Kamenica
    24. Emira Kryeziu (1981), a pupil of secondary school, II-year
    25. Driton Pllana, a student
    26. Arsim Kryeziu (1977), a student from Rogaçica near Kamenica
    27. Drita Kryeziu, a student from Bubavec near Malisheva
    28. Fatime Shala (1971), a student from Dubovik near Deçan
    29. dr. Zekeria Cana, a historian
    30. dr. Fehmi Rexhepi, a historian
    31. dr. Isa Bicaj, a historian
    32. Zejnullah Halili (1971), a student from Prishtina
    33. Ilmi Rexhepi (60) from Gjilan
    34. Ardian Rexhepi (21), a student from Gjilan
    35. Mufail Gashi (36), a worker from Prishtina
    36. Sevdail Makolli (1978), a student from Sofalia near Prishtina
    37. Xhavit Nebiu (1964) from Likoshan near Gllogoc
    38. Hafir Gashi from Llapushnik near Gllogoc
    39. Gani Krasniqi (1960) from Negroc near Gllogoc
    40. Hakif Ajet Xhylani (1958), a teacher from Baica near Gllogoc
    41. Shefki M. Ajvazi (1938), a teacher from Sfeqla near Podujeva
    42. doc. dr. Mujë Shala (1950), a professor at the Medical Faculty
    43. Ramadan Selimi from Prishtina
    44. Arsim Selimi, a student of the Civil Engineering Faculty from Prishtina
    45. Flora Selimi, a student at the Medical Faculty from Prishtina
    46. Kujtim Maqedonci (1953), a retired technician from Prishtina
    47. Bajram Kastrati (1936), a pensioner from Prishtina
    48. Nexhip Stublla (1953), a worker from Podujeva
    49. Mursel Mulliqi (1948), an unemployed from Podujeva

    50. prof. dr. Jahi Hoxha (1943),
    a professor at the Faculty of Natural Sciences from Prishtina
    51. Hysen Pasjaqa (1930), a pensioner from Prishtina
    52. Ramadan M. Salihu (1941), a worker from Prishtina
    53. Feride Selman Salihu (1969),
    a student from Dumnica e Poshtme near Podujeva
    54. Bajram Ajeti (1935), a hairdresser from Prishtina
    55. Haxhere Pllana (1974), a student from Lajthishta near Obiliq
    56. Selatin Buçinca (1954), an auto-mechanic from Prishtina
    57. Arben Mehmeti (1971), a student from Llovca near Gjilan
    58. Habib Hamdiu (1958) from Zhegra near Gjilan
    59. Hysni Lushtaku (1977), a student from Prekaz near Skënderaj
    60. Sylejman Ahmet Zabelaj (1975) from Prishtina
    61. Ibrahim Hajdari (1962), a jurist from Shtytica near Gllogoc
    62. Mustafë Canolli (1975), a student from Prishtina
    63. Mustafë Mustafa (1971), a student from Babushi i Muhaxherëve near Lipjan
    64. Albert Adem Beqiri (21), a student from Mitrovica
    65. Sadete Halil Rama, a student from Vushtrri
    66. Bekim Bafti Nazifi (1970), a student from Smira near Vitia
    67. Bujar Dugolli, chairman of the Students' Independent Union (SIU)
    of the University of Prishtina
    68. Driton Lajçi, vice-chairman
    69. Albin Kurti, member of the Board of the SIU
    70. Ernest Luma, member of the Board of the SIU
    71. Ahmet Jashanica (1941), an unemployed from Prishtina
    72. Fitnete Baftiu (1978), a student from Prishtina
    73. Myrvete Mulaku (1977), a student from Komoran near Gllogoc
    74. Fehmi Maloku (1961), a teacher from Përlepnica near Gjilan
    75. Agim Luzha (1978), a student from Ferizaj
    76. Vjollca Neziri (1975), a student from Kaçanik
    77. Muhamet Buzhala (35), a teacher from Gllogoc
    78. Valbonë Hajdini, a student from Podujeva
    79. Basrije Bajgora, a student from Podujeva
    80. Lindita Shahini, a student from Istog
    81. Gjyle Krasniqi from Carralluka near Malisheva
    82. Shefqet Buçaj, a teacher from Lladrovc near Malisheva
    83. Feriz Thaçi, a student
    84. Lindita Shatri, a student
    85. Valdete Dërguti, a student
    86. Avdullah Desku, a student
    87. Vjollca Fazliu, a student
    88. Muharrem Avdiu, a worker
    89. Valdete Daka, a jurist
    90. Adem Rexhaj
    91. Idriz Shala, a pensioner
    92. Nuredin Islami, a student
    93. Mihane Salihu, a student
    94. Shyhrete Kastrati, a student
    95. Lirie Mavraj, a student
    96. Rrustem Hyseni, a student
    97. Ramadan Makolli, a worker
    98. Ramadan Buzhala, a student
    99. Bashkim Shylemaja, a student
    100. Lesh Skeli, a student
    101. Driton Shala, a student
    102. Ardian Kastrati, a student
    103. Blerim Shatri, a student
    104. Avni Bytyçi
    105. Besa Tovërlani, a student and a journalist of "Bota e re" students' magazine
    106. Arsim Aliu
    107. Thëllënza Arifi, a student
    108. Shekip Fazliu, a student
    109. Vjollca Hoti, a student
    110. prof. dr. Ragip Halili, a professor at the Faculty of Law

    111. Violeta Tahiri, a student
    112. Shefqet M. Rexha from Koretin near Kamenica
    113. Hulusi Jusufi (1944), an economist from Matiçan near Prishtina
    114. Mustafë Blakaj (1937), an economist from Prishtina
    115. Ramadan Rizani (1951), a teacher from Krojmir near Lipjan
    116. Syzanë Qeriqi (1978), a student from Krojmir near Lipjan
    117. Ganimete Qeriqi (1970), a student from Krojmir near Lipjan
    118. Sylejman Qeriqi (1949), a farmer from Krojmir near Lipjan
    119. Mehdi Qeriqi (1936), a farmer from Krojmir near Lipjan
    120. Ismail Meziu (1974), a student from Vërshevc
    121. Arben Vuniqi, a student
    122. Mervete Islami (1974), a student from Gjilan
    123. Isuf Bucolli, a student from Prishtina


    PEJA:

    1. Luan Elshani, a student from Ozrim near Peja,
    was arrested and released after 40 minutes
    2. Besnik Berisha, journalist of "Koha Ditore" from Peja,
    was arrested and released after 40 minutes
    3. Life Metaj, a student
    4. Lendita Duraku, a student
    5. Sadete Ibrahimaj, a student
    6. Ariana Mulliqi, a student
    7. Asllan Gjuraj, a student
    8. Valbona Nikqi, a student
    9. Muharrem Shala, a worker from Peja,
    was arrested and released after 40 minutes
    10. Haxhi Berisha, a student from Lutogllava,
    was arrested and released after 40 minutes
    11. Din Zymer Kastrati (1962) from Dobërda near Peja
    12. Xhavit Berisha (1964) from Krushec near Peja
    13. Ekrem M. Qerreti (1980) from Krushec near Peja
    14. Elvir Muriqi (1976) from Bërzhenik near Peja
    15. Zymer Alaj, a student from Drenoc near Deçan
    16. Arsim Dautaj, a student from Carrabreg i Epërm near Deçan
    17. Artan I. Avdimetaj, a student from Strellc i Epërm near Deçan


    GJAKOVA:

    1. Adonis Xhavit Hasi (1980) from Gjakova,
    a pupil of IV-year of secondary school
    2. Adriatik Shkelzen Rexha (1982) from Gjakova,
    a pupil of II-year of secondary school
    3. Mentor Smajl Islamaj (1980), a pupil from Skivjan near Gjakova
    4. Arta Gjikokaj, a student from Deçan
    5. Blerim Dautaj, a student from Carrabreg i Epërm near Deçan
    6. Muhamet Tolaj, a student from Prejlep near Deçan
    7. Edison Selmanaj, a student from Rastavica near Deçan
    8. Ilir Krasniqi, a student of the High Pedagogical School in Gjakova
    9. Shefqet Shehu (1979), a pupil from Gjakova
    10. Vezire Fetahu, a student of the High Pedagogical School
    11. Ymer Sh. Islami, a student from Gjakova
    12. Belkize Asllani, a student of the High Pedagogical School
    13. Leonora Nimani from Gërgoc near Gjakova,
    a student of the High Pedagogical School
    14. Valmi Ukaj (1976), a student from Lumbardh
    15. Blerim Gjoci (1976), a student from Junik
    16. Bashkim Kamberi, a student from Lëbusha
    17. Valdet Bacaj from Klina
    18. Driton Demaj from Osekhyla
    19. Diamant Vladaj from Strellc

    20. Dëfrim Rifaj from Prizren
    21. Antigona Nimani from Gërgoc near Gjakova
    22. Albert Kuçi (1978) from Junik
    23. Qerim Gjoci (1978) from Junik
    24. Jahë Thaqi (1978) from Demjan near Gjakova
    25. Mimoza Godeni (1979) from Gjakova
    26. Driton Gashi (1978) from Klina, a student of the High Pedagogical School
    27. Hysni Kelmendi (1978) from Rakovina,
    a student of the High Pedagogical School
    28. Muharrem Morina (1978) from Deja near Rahovec,
    a student of the High Pedagogical School
    29. Yllka Bedra (1978) from Gjakova, a student of the High Pedagogical School
    30. Sami Ahmeti (1978) from Krelan near Gjakova,
    a student of the High Pedagogical School, was kept at the police station
    from 11.30 a.m., until 3 p.m. and was brutally beaten up
    31. Gazmend Islami (1978) from Gjakova
    32. Rasim I. Zeneli (1973) from Jabllanica,
    a student of the High Pedagogical School
    33. Agim Homza from Jabllanica, a student of the High Pedagogical School
    34. Blerim Hoxha from Cërmjan, a student of the High Pedagogical School,
    was kept at the police station from 11.30 a.m., until 3 p.m. and was
    brutally beaten up
    35. Agron S. Selmanaj, a student from Baballoq


    MITROVICA:

    1. Qerim Idriz Berisha (43), a teacher from Kqiq i Madh
    2. Sami Lam Ibrahimi (35) from Mitrovica


    GJILAN:

    1. Musa Krivaça (55), a worker from Gjilan


    Prishtina, 3 January 1998 Information Service

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    Wochenbericht Nr. 373 der Menschenrechtsorganisation in Prishtina
    28. September bis 5. Oktober 1997

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    From: "Ibrahim Sh. Makolli" <ibro@EUnet.yu>
    Organization: KMDLNJ/CDHRF Prishtinë

    REPORT NO. 373

    ON THE WIDESPREAD REPRESSION AND HARASSMENT PERPETRATED BY HE SERBIAN POLICE AND OTHER AUTHORITIES IN KOSOVA FROM 28 SEPTEMBER, UNTIL 5 OCTOBER, 1997


    From 28 - 30 September, peaceful walks of the Albanian citizens for the unconditional return of
    Albanian students to school and university facilities in Kosova, went on. Many cases of physical ill-treatment were reported in Prishtina, Mitrovica, Ferizaj and Prizren.

    On 1 October, during the peaceful protests in Prishtina, Mitrovica, Peja, Prizren, Gjakova, Gjilan and Ferizaj, large police forces intervened brutally using tear-gas cannons against the peaceful protesters and physically ill-treating hundreds of Albanian citizens, many of whom suffered bad injuries, were arrested, taken for "informative talks", beaten-up, insulted and provoked. Police perpetrated physical ill-treatments in other towns of Kosova, as well. At the beginning of this report, we are writing about the cases reported so far.

    PRISHTINA: On 30 September, at about 9 p.m., after the protest march, in different parts of
    the town, police physically ill-treated the following students: Driton Hajrullahu (1977) and
    Muhamet Mehmeti (1977) from P_rlepnica village near Gjilan; Besim Hisen Zulfaj (1975)
    from Seniku village and Adnan Hoxha (1979) from Bellanica village near Malisheva; Besim
    Sh. Samadraxha (1975) and Afrim Telaku (1975) from Banja e Malishev_s; Driton I. Morina
    (1976) from Gllareva village near Klina. Students Naim Gashi (1975) from B_rli_i village and
    Enver Berisha (1972) from Krysheci village near Peja were stopped by the police in
    "Dardania" quarter while distributing the placards for protests and were taken to the police
    station, where they were subjected to physical ill-treatment.
    On 1 October, at about 12 p.m., after the beginning of the students' peaceful protests in
    Prishtina, large police forces intervened in "Velania" quarter and physically ill-treated many
    students, teachers and citizens, such as: prof.dr. Ejup Statovci, Rector of the University of
    Prishtina; prof.dr. Ahmet Geci, Vice-rector; Bujar Dugolli, Chairman of the Students'
    Independent Union; Muhamet Mavraj, chairman of the Assembly of Students' Independent
    Union; Driton Laj_i, vice-chairman; Albin Kurti and Lul_zon Jagxhiu, members of the
    Presidency, who were arrested, interrogated, physically ill-treated and duly released later on.
    Physically ill-treated were also: prof.dr. Pajazit Nushi, chairman of CDHRF and professor at
    Philosophical Faculty; Ibrahim Makolli, member of CDHRF; prof.dr. Fuad Rizvanolli,
    professor at the Faculty of Economics suffered injuries on his back, shoulder and his left hand;
    Nexhmije Ymeri (1976), a student from Sk_nderaj; Halit Buqaj (1977), a student from
    Suhareka; Ali A. Shala, student from Negrofci village near Gllogoc; Sherif Azemi (1928),
    pensioner and his daughter Ajshe Azemi (1968), teacher, living on "Robert Gajdiku" str.91,
    suffered bad injuries; Ilaz Qazimi (1928); Ahmet Janova (1931), pensioner, living on "Novi
    Pazari" str.20, suffered injuries on his head; Sylejman Mustafa (1933), pensioner, "Rijeka"
    str.1; prof. Dervish Qerreti (1950), lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture, "Kodra e Diellit"
    quarter; Shaban Berisha (1927), pensioner, "Xhemajl Ibishi" str.; Shpresa Sejdiu (1976),
    student, "Dragodani" quarter no.42; Alban_ Hoti (1978), student; Behram Hoti (1946),
    professor; Fadil Bajraktari (1974), student from Kishnareka near Gllogoc; Fatlinda Baj_inca
    and Vjollca Shala, students from Prishtina; G_zime Sfar_a, student from Prugovc near
    Prishtina; Rrustem Hyseni, student from Vushtrri; Besa Graj_evci, student from Hadja near
    Obiliq; Shpresa Maloku, student from Samadraxha near Vushtrri; Feride Lutfiu, student from
    Presheva; Zemrushe Shabia, student from Vitia; Isa Kastrati (1953), professor and LDK
    activist, living in "Mati_ani" quarter no.91; Rexhep Kastrati, secretary at the Philosophical
    Faculty and LDK activist; Hazir Borovci (1962), a jurist and LDK activist, living on "Rrustem
    Statovci" str.120; Gani Sopi, LDK activist; Mirlinda Krasniqi (1977), student from Breznica
    near Obiliq; the following pupils of "Eqrem _abej" secondary school: Luljeta Krasniqi (1982),
    "Emshiri" str.IV/15, who fainted due to the tear-gas; Fatime Haxholli, Mevlyde Haxholli,
    Hikmete Limani, Shp_tim Gashi, Larta Hasani, Ganimete Morina, Rexhep Arifi, Blerta Abazi
    and Merita Sopi; Sofije Durmishi (1958), nurse, "Jabllanica" str.200, after falling from the
    height of 3 m, she miscarried a child; Sefer Krasniqi (1968), student from Smallusha near
    Lipjan; Kadri Salihu (1933), pensioner living on "Jastrebci" str.19/A; the pupils of "Dr. Ali
    Sokoli" medical school: Artan Mustafa, Hana Haxholli, Behar Hyseni, Besa Bibaj, Fitore
    Jusufi, Labinot Gashi, Genita Hajdari, Nora Byty_i, Ardian Jashari, Ekrem Aliu, Sabrie Zullufi
    suffered injuries on her head, Minerva D_rmaku (1979) living in "Lagjja e spitalit" no.88 and
    Mimoza Byty_i had broken legs, while Zenun Alihajdari, teacher, was taken to the police
    station and was insulted on a national basis. Other physically ill-treated persons were:
    Sebahate Bunjaku (1968), living on "Pozhega" str.33; Artana Bardhaj (1976), student,
    "Lakrishte" quarter 4/30; Genc Shala (1976), student, "Ulpiana" quarter 1/13, physically ill-
    treated at the police station, too, and suffered severe injuries on his head and other parts of his
    body; dr. Selim Dacaj, professor at the Philosophical Faculty, living in "Bregu i Diellit"
    quarter 1/4; Dibran Basha (1973), student from Hodonoc near Kamenica; Shefki Uka (1936),
    pensioner from Dyzi near Podujeva suffered severe injuries, especially on his head, shoulders
    and back; prof. Hajrullah Koliqi (1946), professor at the Philosophical Faculty, "Kodra e
    Diellit" quarter 1/2; Albana Jaha (1982), pupil of "Dr. Ali Sokoli" medical secondary school,
    living on "Robert Gajdiku"str., had broken both her legs; Hajrie Gashi, student from Qabiq
    near Klina; Af_rdita Zeka, student; Vesel Sopi (73), suffered severe injuries on his head,
    shoulders and hands; Af_rdita Krasniqi, student; Qazim Morina, student; Hamide Hoxha
    suffered injuries on her head; Valdet De_ani suffered injuries on his hands; Valbona Bajrami,
    student at the Philosophical Faculty, who was in coma; Lirije Beha, student, suffered injuries
    on her legs and knees; Shaip Krasniqi; Muharrem Pireva; Ejup Aliu; Mustaf_ Bahtiri (1925),
    retired teacher from Lipjan living on "Stanko Buriq" str.12; Bujar Hajrizi (1976); Vlora
    Pavataj (1970), student from Strellci i Ep_rm near De_an; Florina Ibrahimi (1977), student
    from P_rlepnica near Gjilan; Anita Qerimi (1975), student from Gjilan, living on "Nikolla
    Teslla" str.9, suffered psychical trauma due to the tear-gas; Valentina Hoti, student; Avdi
    Gjonbalaj (1941); Xhyle Tha_i (1975) from Mirusha; Ylfete Rudari (1980) from Podujeva;
    Feti Krasniqi (1918) from Shkabaj near Obiliq; Beqir Dedinca (1965) from Fush_ Kosova;
    Sebahate Bunjaku (1971) and Ajvaz Kastrati (1974) from Polluzha near Gllogoc; Sadik
    Maxharraj and Adem Kuqaj from Studenica near Istog; Fehmi Graj_evci (1951) from Ribari i
    Madh near Lipjan suffered severe injuries on his head and back; Muhamet Spanca, Sheq_
    Fazliu, Shefqet Kelmendi, Emin Gashi, Sali Shalaku, Adem Hoti, Kadri Selimaj - all of them
    from Obiliq; Isak Maxhuni, deputy at the Parliament of the Republic of Kosova, and
    Nexhmedin Maxhuni, LDK activists from Vushtrri; Shefki Osmani (1925), pensioner living on
    "Robert Gajdiku" str., suffered injuries on his head and back; Bajram Berisha (1962), farmer
    from Sfirca near Kamenica, had broken left hand and injured his left leg; Fuat Islami (23),
    student; Rrahim Krasniqi (1946), technical worker at the Faculty of Architecture and Civil
    Engineering, living on "Kasollat" str.195 and his son Habib (1981), pupil of "Gjin Gazulli"
    secondary school, who fainted due to the tear-gas; Ardit_ Kajtazaj, student from Lubova near
    Istog; Vlora R. Zeqiraj, student from Studenica near Istog, who fainted due to the tear-gas and
    asked for medical care; Dem_ Loxhaj from Istog suffered severe injuries and asked for
    medical care; Sallah Abedin Salihu, student from D_rvar near Vushtrri suffered injuries on his
    head and body.
    About 10 policemen went to the yard of "Xhevdet Doda" secondary school and physically ill-
    treated the pupils and other citizens, among whom were: Zanfina Ademi, pupil living in
    "Dardania" quarter 9/1; Selman Rugova, teacher; Blerim Stavileci, reporter of Albanian daily
    "Bujku"; Zek_ Haxhosaj; Albert Bisaku (1979), student from Bishtazhin near Gjakova, and
    two other old people, whose names we were not in a position to note. Police confiscated the
    camera of Sevdie Ahmeti, chairperson of the Centre for the Protection of Women and
    Children.
    At the "Republic Boulevard" and other parts of the town, large police forces intervened and
    ill-treated tens Albanian citizens, who suffered severe injuries, just to metion few: Islam
    Bektashi from Prishtina; Is_ Restelica from Podujeva, political activist, who was arrested;
    Sahit Makolli (1938) living on "Xhemajl Ibishi" str.92; Bajram Gashi (1948), teacher at "28
    N_ntori" technical school; Nazmi Sejdiu (1932), pensioner living on "Ganimete T_rbeshi"
    str.13; brothers Fazli (1947), teacher, and Nebih Maloku (1955), tailor, living on "Drenica II"
    str.53, who was physically ill-treated at the police station, too; Muharrem Hasani (1973), tailor
    from Sibovc near Podujeva; Halim Selmani (1938), pensioner living on "Mal_sori" str.10;
    Shefqet Vatovci (1949), worker at Kosova GE in Obiliq, suffered injuries on his head and
    asked for medical care; Rexhep Rama (1940), worker living on "Drenica II" str.33; Ramiz
    Matoshi (1930), unemployed living on "Drenica I" str. 213; Rabit Halimi (1944), taxi driver
    from Obiliq; Sanije Rusinovci (1980), pupil from Nishec; Merita Sejdiu (1981), pupil from
    Rimanishta; Latif Hajdin Krasniqi (1943), living in "Dardania" quarter SU 6/3, suffered
    injuries on his left eye and his right leg; Nebih Balaj (1952), chairman of the Independent
    Trade Union, living on "Durmitori" str.22 A; Rexhep Hajdini (1936), pensioner living on
    "Jabllanica" str.196, suffered injuries on his head and hand; Xhevat Beqiri (1947),
    unemployed living on "Drenica I" str.207; Shefqet Kelmendi (1953), worker at the railway
    station of Fush_-Kosova and Emin Gashi (1954), mechanic, both of them from Sibovc near
    Obiliq; Rrahmon Dumani (1955) from Miradia e Poshtme near Fush_-Kosova, PTT
    technician, who fainted several times; Valdet Maxhuni (1969), merchant, "Lakrishte" quarter
    III/54, suffered injuries on his head and underwent a surgery; Nezir Haziri (1930), pensioner
    living on "Podujeva" str.7 suffered injuries on his head, shoulders and ribs; Bislim Latifi (65)
    from Koliq near Prishtina; Sokol Duraku, "Proleteri" str.; Sokol Zeqiri (1966), farmer from
    Kalatica near Podujeva; Imer Mavriqi (1960), worker, "Xhemajl Ibishi"; Vahide Lili (1938),
    housewife, "Drenica I" str.191; Nimon Hajzeri (1975), student, "Mareci" str.25; Ismajl Metolli
    (1946), worker, "Drenica V" str.28; Xhemajl Krasniqi (1937), pensioner, "Kodra e trimave"
    quarter; Halim Ajvazi (1955), unemployed, "Jabllanica" str.206; Zeqir Ibrahimi (1957),
    teacher at "Zenel Hajdini" primary school, "Gjilani" str.; Fatmire Ajeti (1970), housewife,
    "Vushtrria" str.70 D; Sinan Telaku (1952), "Ke_ekolla' str.3; Faik Elshani (1929) worker from
    Prizren, "Gjerdapi" str.5/3; Bajram Metolli (1932), pensioner, "Drenica II" str.64 H, suffered
    injuries on his back and right arm; Ajete D_rguti (1953), teacher, "Jabllanica" str.12; Shefki
    Aliu (1936), pensioner, "Jabllanica" str.211; Ramadan Mehmet Kokollari (1932) from
    Budakova near Suhareka; dr. Florije Avdiu (1965), physician, "Aktash I" quarter 41; Latif
    Latifi (1950), unemployed, "Drenica III" str.27/24; Xhevat Ra_i (1950) from T_rnava near
    Podujeva; Beqir Potoku (1938), farmer from Mazgit; Osman Havolli (1957), lawyer,
    "Muharrem Bekteshi" str.24/1; Fadil Beselica (1962), merchant, "Trajko Dimiq" str.33;
    Xhevat Krasniqi (1957), solderer, "Gavrillo Principi" str.67; Sefedin Berisha (1937),
    pensioner, "Durmitori" str.36; Fahri Sh. Dragusha, unemployed technician, "Dardania" quarter
    SU 4/2-L-A; Ruzhdi Zymeri (1967), student, "Goleshi" str.27/15; Hasan Osmani (1927),
    pensioner, "Jastrebci" str.23; Sinan Rama (1961), teacher at "Hoxh_ Kadri Prishtina" Middle
    School of Economics and Law, "Kasollat" str.; Muhamed Shkodra (1976), student, "Ramiz
    Sadiku" str.87/1; Hasan Prebreza (1933), pensioner, "A. Gjorgjeviq" str.36; Dalip Uka (1926),
    jurist and LDK activist; Aziz Abrashi (1934), retired economist, "Kodra e Diellit" quarter;
    Laura Qehaja (1979), student, "Ramiz Sadiku" str., had broken leg; Agron Shala (1975),
    student, "Dardania" quarter; Afrim Krasniqi (1972), student, "Kodra e Diellit" quarter; Qerim
    Hyseni (1943), unemployed economist, "Emshiri" quarter; Muharrem Behluli (1935),
    "Kolovica e Re" quarter; Rexhep Feriz Morina (1933), farmer from _ikatova e Vjet_r near
    Gllogoc; Halil Kuliqi (1952), teacher from _ikatova e Re near Gllogoc, was arrested and
    released later on; Ali Rizah Podrim_aku (1945), farmer from Krajkova near Gllogoc suffered
    severe injuries; Rexhep Ajvazi (1932), pensioner, "Proleteri" str.100 B, suffered injuries on his
    right arm and back; Feti Hajzeri (1936), pensioner, "Drenica" str.22/A; Naim Rexha (1964),
    economist, "V_llaz_rim Bashkim" str.69, suffered injuries on his head and face and has
    broken one tooth; Xhemajl Berisha from Drenoc; Esat Berisha from Millosheva near Obiliq;
    Shefqet Bajrami from Raskova near Obiliq; Afrim Zeqiri (1963), typist, "Dardania" quarter
    SU 7/1, suffered injuries on his head, body and hand; brothers Adem (70) and Kadri Krasniqi
    (72), "Kolovica e Re" quarter 46, the former suffered injuries on his kidneys, backbone and
    right arm, the latter one fainted; Sylejman Mehmeti (1927), retired teacher, "Dardania" quarter
    SU 5/8, suffered injuries on his stomach; Emin Desku (1941) from Klina, "A. Kelmendi" str.;
    Lek_ Camaj and Tahir Morina, both of them from Klina.
    Muhamet Krasniqi (1955), "Dardania" quarter 11/510, Riza Bicaj, Nehat Qena, Faton Osmani,
    Frrok Kristaj and Syl_ Osmanaj, all of them reporters of Albanian daily "Bujku", were
    subjected to physical ill-treatment. Large police forces settled nearby Publishing House
    "Rilindja" and checked every entrance and exit and working environments of journalists.
    Shaban Maloku (1964), engineer, "Drenica III" str.44/34, was ill- treated by the police in front
    of his TV service "Data electronic" in "Sremi" str.; Islam Islami (1963), merchant, "Drenica I"
    str.48, was ill-treated by the police in front of his gate, under the pretext that he had showed
    the way to demonstrators; Ylli Islami (1981), pupil, "Drenica I" str.18, was stopped by the
    police on his way to school and was ill-treated.

    Physical ill-treatments went on even after the protests. 10 policemen went into the house of Baki Imeri (1977), student, "Istra" str. and searched for the sheltered students. Uniformed policemen and plainclothed inspectors broke the door of "Begolli" tea-house in "Bihaqi" str., and ill-treated Milaim Binaku (1971), owner living on "Bistrica" str.42; his brother Bashkim (1972), waiter; his father Faik (1952), economist, who suffered injuries on his head and fainted; and his uncle Ragip (1955), unemployed, who had broken right arm.
    About 15 policemen surrounded the "4 Llulla" tea-shop, 3 of them went into it and beat Bafti
    Asllan Hajdini (1961) from Hajvalia, teacher at "7 Shtatori" Trade, Catering and Touristic School in Prishtina and about 20 other Albanian citizens.
    During the police intervention in "4 A" tea-shop, Haki Halimi (1968), "Dibra" str.2, employed at
    the tea-shop, was subjected to ill-treatment and suffered injuries on his head and backbone.
    Hajrush Preniqi and other present citizens were ill-treated, too.

    MITROVICA: On 29 September, uniformed policemen and plainclothed inspectors checked the
    identities of, ill-treated and arrested some citizens that had taken walks in the evening. Among
    the ill-treated persons are: Ramadan Tahiri and Kastriot Ahmeti, "Ura e Gjakut" quarter, Avdi
    Loshi from Padalishta near Sk_nderaj, Ekrem Smakolli from Rashan near Mitrovica, Xhevat
    Sylaj and Hasan Ramaj, arrested and released later on, students of Mining Faculty.
    On September 30, on the pretext of putting up the banners "University, Kosova, Students,
    tomorrow will be late!" in Mitrovica, 7 policemen physically ill-treated in Shipol village, Bedri
    Jetish Bajrami (19), Agron Ajet Aliu (22), Izer Bislim Gashi (26), Musa Tahir Berisha (19),
    Besnik Ajet Xheloshi (18), G_zim Avdyl Avdyli (19) and G_zim Peci (17), pupil with the
    Secondary Technical school "Arkitekt Sinani" in Mitrovica.
    Rushit Qekani (38) from Tetova, owner of the bakery "Rinia" in "Tavnik" quarter, was physically ill-treated and arrested in Mitrovica. Artim Sejdi Jashari (23), student with the Metallurgical Faculty, was arrested in "Tavnik" quarter, while Valton Rifat Nimani (20), merchant was ordered to pull off the slogan otherwise he will be beaten up. Bedri Peci (20), "Tavnik" quarter, was badly physically ill-treated and suffered head injuries. He was threatened not to participate in the protests otherwise he will end up as most of the people did in Bosnia. Muhamet Syl_ Hajrizi, deputy with the Assembly of the Republic of Kosova, vice-chair of the Sub-CDHRF in Mitrovica and teacher with the High Technical School, was legitimated and threatened in the pedestrian street, Mexhit Sejdi Beka (36) from Kqiqi i Madh village, LDK activist, Ramadan Deliu and Jahir Deliu, both teachers with the "Meto Bajraktari" primary school and Qamil Kajtaz Beci (30), "Ura e Gjakut" quarter, were physically ill- treated.
    On October 1, during peaceful protests, great police forces intervened and physically ill-
    treated tens of Albanian citizens, who suffered body injuries. The following persons were
    physically ill-treated in different parts of the town: Xhevdet Kamber Ademi (29) and Blerim
    Ahmet Barani (36), "Tavnik" quarter, Sadik Hysen Sadiku (53), teacher with the "Frang Bardhi"
    Gymnasium, Fatmir Avdullah Avdullahu (34), worker with the Enterprise "Past_rtia", Xhylazim
    Sumiqi (68) from Rashani, Behxhet Ferati from Bare village, Fetah Meholli from Melenica
    village, Muhamet Sahat_iu (67), "Qendra" quarter, Ibush Sara_i (29), "Bair" quarter, Zeqir
    Dibran Bajrami (61) from Stant_rgu village, Shyqeri Ramadan Mustafa (56) and Xhelil Rrahman Haxhiu (52) from Smrekonica village of Vushtrri, Latif Jashari and Nexhmedin Mustafa, members of the presidency of the Albanian Republican Party, based in Mitrovica, Bejtush Haziri, Xhevdet Tahir Nuli (24), Hajriz Sylejman Arifi (24), Fejzullah Avdi Syla (23) and Nexhat Idriz Syla (23), all from Zasella village. Due to physical injuries, Xhevdet had to seek for medical help.
    The policeman Dejan Saviq from Gojbula village of Vushtrri physically ill-treated many
    passers-by, amongst whom: Bahri Ismail Fejzullahu (40), "Bair" quarter, who due to injuries
    suffered is still on medical treatment, Lulzim Bahri Ibrahimi (14), pupil with the "Bedri Gjinaj"
    primary school in Mitrovica and Maliq Rifat Sumiqi (50), both from Reshaniu village.
    Three policemen threatened to liquidate the sisters Vlora (19) and Gjirokastra Halit Barani
    (16). The policeman Teofil from Montenegro, accompanied by two other policemen, broke the
    windows of the store owned by Fadil Murat Sadiku (31) from Zhabari i Ep_rm village and
    physically ill-treated him and his brother Bashkim (26) and other passers-by amongst whom a 6
    years old boy, who fainted. There were also physically ill-treated in their shops Daut (20) and
    Sabri Ramadan Sadiku and the customer Fadil Shyti (30), "Bair" quarter and Blerim Ali Emini
    (27), owner of "Bleri" butchery, while Nysret Pantina's tea-shop "Besarb_ri" was partly damaged by the policemen. Three plain-clothed policemen, stopped and physically ill-treated in "Bair" quarter Musa Bajram Mustafa (30), journalist with the daily "Koha Ditore", confiscated his press card and broke his camera. Three Serbian youngsters went into the garden of the "Aziz Sylejmani" primary school and interrupted the lessons by throwing stones and crackers and by breaking the windows of the school.

    PEJA: On October 1, during peaceful protests, large police forces intervened in different
    parts of the town and physically ill-treated tens of civilians who suffered body injuries. The
    following persons were physically ill-treated: Smajl Habibi (65), Ram_ A. Laj_i from Pepaj
    village, Zek_ Hasan Muriqi from Koshutani village, Nezir Gashi (62) from Graboci village,
    Selman N. Berisha from Krysheci village, Valdet Sinanaj from Isniqi village, Tahir Beqiraj,
    "Kapeshnica" quarter, Hasan Gashi (1936) from Barani village with his son Blerim (1974),
    Shp_tim Deskaj (1963) from Kliqina village, prof.dr. Syl_ Dreshaj (70), Artan I. Shala (19),
    "Sh. Boshnjaku" street, Ram_ Mekuli (56), "F. Strugar" street, Ragip T. Shala from T_rsteniku
    village, Brahim Ferizaj, Marjan Berisha, Syl_ Sh. Shala (15), pupil, Fatos Hazir Avdiu (15),
    pupil, Osman S. Skenderi (18), Valdet Ramadan Kastrati (17), who due to bad injuries is
    hospitalized in Peja, Agron H. Haxhaj (33), Xhevat Berisha (35), Beqir Jakup Berbati, student,
    Nexhat Bajraktari (17), pupil, Skender Podrim_aku and Ahmet Zekaj from Novosella village,
    Tush Krasniqi, jurist, Kadrush Mala, teacher with the "Vaso Pasha" primary school, Shkumbin
    G. Zekaj (28), Ekrem Gashi (49), economist, Fatmir F. Ferizi (18), Rrustem Istrefaj (20),
    Shk_lzen Ahmeti, Isuf Lokaj (55), Shk_lzen Panxhaj (27), Lavdat Haxhaj (14), Shefqet Ramaj
    and Smajl Haxhiaj from Bllagaja village, Gani Laj_i from Shtupeqi i Madh village, brothers
    Edmond (1974), student and Arian Isa Blakaj (1977), student, "Sahat Kulla" quarter, who
    suffered body injuries, Arsim Shefki Hoxhaxhiku (1974) from Vushtrri, who suffered head
    injuries, Mustaf_ Hyseni (73) from Tomoci village, Fetah Camaj from Novosella village, Idriz
    Rexhaj, teacher, Artan M. Rexhaj, pupil and Sami A. Mavraj, all from Jabllanica e Vog_l
    village; Muhamet B. Berisha, Astrit Berisha (1980), Dervish Berisha and Agron G_rvalla
    (1969), all from Krusheci village; Ilir Mema (17), pupil and Selim R. Muriqi (45) from
    Koshutani village; Sherif A. Ib_rdemaj (19) and Xhevdet S. Ib_rdemaj (21) from Nab_rgjani
    village; Arben H. Gashi (16), pupil, Beqir Berbati (17), pupil, Armend Katanolli, Xhafer
    Bazhdaraj (35), Adriatik Baloku (17), Surap Ethemi (37), all from "Sahat Kulla" quarter;
    Mustaf_ S. Osmanaj from Kuqishta village, Shaban Halil Muriqi (53) from Koshutani village,
    Haki S. Mulliqi (55) from Raushiqi village, LDK activists from De_an Ali Geci, Rexh_ Gjoci,
    Lan Geci, Avdi Shala and Hasan Mazrrekaj; Enver Mulaj from lluka e Ep_rme village of
    De_an, member of the Sub-CDHRF in De_an, Nezir A. Mataj, Shk_lzen R. Had_rgjonaj and
    Ramadan Q. Mataj from Pobergja village of De_an, Dem_ Osmanaj, teacher, Hazir M.
    Tishuku, student and Shaban Islamaj, farmer from Isniqi village of De_an; Hasan Memaj,
    economist from Lluka e Ep_rme village of De_an; Osman and Nebih Geci, students and
    Burim Geci, pupil from Isniqi village of De_an; Arben Osmanaj from Gllogjani from De_an,
    Mehmet R. Shala and Sadik R. Berisha, farmers from Duboviku village of De_an; Ramush A.
    Berisha, teacher from Prapaqani village of De_an, Rifat S. Beqiraj, farmer from Strellci i
    Posht_m village of De_an.
    Aver Husaj was arrested while Nur_ _eku from Qyshku village and Blerim Sinanaj (17),
    were physically ill-treated, arrested and duly released. Sami Dran_olli, Xhevat Laj_i and Feim
    Begolli were taken for "informative talks" to the police station. Ramiz Kabashi from Prigoda
    village of Istog, was arrested and kept under arrest for a day and was physically ill-treated.
    Bujar Hajdin Ukaj (1979), "Kalaja" street, was sentenced under a quick procedure by the
    Serbian-run court for petty-offenses.
    On October 2, Nezir Gashi (62) from Graboci village, former- political prisoner, member
    of local LDK branch in Peja, where he was physically ill-treated for participating at the
    protests of October 1. After a while he was released. Under the same pretext there were taken to the police station Tahir Shala from Logja village, LDK activist and Xhelal K. Nik_i,
    member of the LDK presidency, branch in Peja.

    PRIZREN: On September 29, Fatmir Kastrati, professor, chairman of the PPK, branch in
    Prizren, living at "Jahja Mrika" 40, Hasan Ibri, principal and Ferat Batiu, teacher with the
    "Mati Logoreci" primary school, were stopped by the police due to the protest walk at the
    town center. Zejnullah Sopi, teacher, was taken to the police station allegedly for verifying his
    identity and was interrogated about the protest walk. At the end he was released.
    On October 1, at the time when the protests were held, there were stopped, legitimated and
    threatened by the police the following persons: Fatmir G_rdella and Debatik Hasani, pupils,
    Salajdin Braha, vice-chairman of the local LDK branch in Prizren who was also seized the
    IND, Engj_ll _etta, secretary and Hysni Hoxha and Qazim Tha_i, member of the LDK
    presidency, branch in Prizren, Elmi Byty_i, vice-chair and Shani Pulaj, member of the
    presidency of the PPK, branch in Prizren, Asllan Bekteshi, journalist, correspondent of daily
    "Bujku", Salih Kryeziu, Fahri Krasniqi, Mitat Krasniqi, Naser Bresa, Murat Gashi, Bajram
    Zenelaj, Ilmi Pulaj, Fatmir Kastrati, chairman of PPK, branch in Prizren and Mustaf_ Morina,
    teacher with the "N_na Terez_" (Mother Theresa) special school.
    Besim Baraliu, chairman of the Sub-CDHRF in Suhareka, teacher with the "Lu_iano
    Matroni" secondary school in Prizren, Luan Kurtishi, pupil and Behar Hamz_ Gashi (1978),
    "Ulqini" street, no.9, were physically ill-treated during the protests.
    After the protests, the police physically ill-treated Nikoll_ Pjet_r Lekaj (1986), Denis
    Engj_ll Kabashi (1986) and Admir Adnan Abrashi (1986), all pupils with the "Lidhja e
    Prizrenit" primary school.

    GJILAN: On October 1, during the peaceful protests Habib Hamdiu (1958), taxi-driver
    from Zhegra village, was physically ill- treated. Due to his body injuries, he had to seek for
    medical care. Two police inspectors went in the house of Afrim K_iku (1961), cameraman,
    "Kosova" street 42, who was arrested and his camera was seized. Ardian Hajdari (1979),
    student with the Electrical- Engineering Faculty in Prishtina, living at "Mon Beqiri 5/24, on
    his way back to Gjilan, was stopped by the police nearby the bus station and was sent to one of
    the police offices in this station and was physically ill-treated on the pretext that he had
    participated on the peaceful protests. Due to the injuries suffered, he had to seek for medical
    care. At about 7.00 p.m., some groups of policemen stopped the civilians, especially the
    youngsters to walk in the pedestrian street by threatening and insulting them.

    FERIZAJ: On September 28, during the protest walk, the police legitimated and arrested
    the political activists of Koshare village: Tefik Fazliu (badly ill-treated at the Security Center),
    Besim Ibrahimi, Hajrullah Ademi, Mustaf_ Beqiri, teacher, Rizah Reshani, correspondent of
    "Rilindja" from Ferizaj, the teachers Osman Muhaxheri (Dremjak village), Shukri Nuha
    (Lloshkobare village), Ali Uka (Shtime) and Zekir Zeka (Ferizaj), who was also physically ill-
    treated. Nazmi Krasniqi, Mustaf_ Baraliu, Gani Mustafa, Nijazi Hajdari, Ferid Sadiku, Jonuz
    Rexhepi, Latif Osmani, Musa Ajvazi, Burim Aliu and Driton Zeiqri, all educational and
    political activists from Ferizaj, were legitimated and provoked by the police.
    On October 1, the peaceful protests for the unconditional release of school and university
    facilities in Albanian, started. But, special police forces blocked the street and ordered the
    students to disperse. More than 10.000 supporters did not manage to join the students, due to
    police cordons. There were arrested: Sylejman Byty_i, professor with the High Technical
    School and Sabri Berisha, principal with the "Gjon Serre_i" primary school. Xhevdet Shabani
    political activist from Varosh village was physically ill- treated. The police searched for Hyzri
    Beqir Varoshi, owner of the house-school, Mr. Isak Jashari, principal with the High Technical
    School and Rrustem Sefedini, chairman with the Educational Council. Kujtim Byty_i (16) was
    arrested in order to tell his father whereabauts, Sylejman Byty_i, professor.
    On October 2, Mr. Isak Jashari, principal, Veli Jerliu and Hysen Abazi, professors as well
    as Amir Vllahiu, student with the High Technical School in Ferizaj were taken for
    "informative talks"; Nexhat Sejdiu, was physically ill-treated and Avdullah Islami (1948) from
    Ferizaj was arrested for participating at the protests. On October 3, Lirie Sylejmani (1974)
    from Rahovic_ village, was taken for "informative talks" about the protests.

    GJAKOVA: On October 1, early in the morning, large police forces surrounded the town.
    At about 11.00 a.m., in the center of the town, the police used the force against the civilians,
    some of whom were arrested and taken to the police station. At about 11.00 a.m., the police
    also blocked the LDK facilities in Gjakova. Nine policemen settled in the facilities of the
    "Zekeria Rexha" primary school, where about 2.000 Albanian and 42 Serbian pupils conduct
    their lessons. Three underaged were kept at the basement of the Serbian security center all
    night. Subjected to physical ill- treatment were Mehmet Ukshini (60) and Dervish Halilaj
    from Beci village and the pupil Robert Hoxha from C_rmjani village. Sadri R. Uka and Musa
    S. Balia from Smolica village, Nexhat B. Metaj from Skivjani village and G_zim Q. Ukaj
    from Babaj i Bok_s village, were sentenced to 15 days imprisonment by the Serbian-run Court
    for Petty-offenses for participating at the peaceful protests. The police took off the registering
    plates from 30 local buses in order to stop their running.

    DE_AN: On October 2, Nazim Qazim Ademaj, from Ratishi i Posht_m village, student
    with the High Pedagogical School in Gjakova, was physically ill-treated by the police while
    coming back home. Sk_nder Komoni, driver with the Turistic Agency "Kastrati" from Peja,
    was physically ill-treated by the police.

    GLLOGOC: On October 1, the police stopped the running of the buses, relation Gllogoc-
    Prishtina and stopped all the buses coming from Skenderaj. Selim Hamdi S. Bashota (13)
    from Komorani village, at about 1.00 p.m. left the school and made his way to Prishtina. No
    one knows about his whereabouts.

    ISTOG: On October 1, Naser Osmanaj, principal with the "Martin Camaj" primary school
    in Gurrakoc village, was taken to the police station for "informative talks".

    KAMENICA: On October 1, the police stopped the buses "A. Komerc" of Hodonoc village
    and "P_rparimi" of Kamenica coming to Prishtina, took off the bus plates and ordered them to
    go back to where they came from. Large police and military forces settled in front of the
    "Ismail Qemali" Gymnasium and stopped and legitimated the passers-by and the cars.

    LIPJAN: On October 1, large police forces surrounded the town, stopped the buses and the
    traffic, legitimated the civilinas, searched the cars and stopped the people going to Prishtina
    and Ferizaj.

    RAHOVEC: On October 1, the police blocked the entrances and exits of this town. Shahip
    Brahim Spahiu from Opterusha village, pupil with the "Ramiz Sadiku" secondary school, was
    arrested by the police and was sent to the police station where he was physically ill-treated
    and released.

    SKENDERAJ: On October 1, great police forces blocked the entrances and the exits of the
    town, stopped, legitimated and searched the civilians, stopped the cars and the buses. The day
    before, two plain clothed policemen arrested Gani Haxhi Tha_i from Broja village, political
    activist and sent him in the direction of Mitrovica. His family is not informed on his
    whereabouts.

    SUHAREKA: On October 1, as everywhere else, the police blocked the town and settled
    nearby the "Skender Luarasi" secondary school and nearby "7 Marsi" and "Shk_ndija" primary
    schools.

    VUSHTRRI: On October 1, great police forces blocked the entrances and exits of the town,stopped the buses and other cars, searched and legitimated the civilians and settled nearby the "Muharrem Bekteshi" Gymnasium, where the Serbian refugees are settled. The target groups were teachers and pupils. After 1.30 p.m. the police stopped and physically ill-treated the pupils and the students who were coming back from the protests held in Prishtina.
    At about 3.50 p.m., in the garden of the "Ali Kelmendi" primary school, where the pupils
    of the "Muharrem Bekteshi" Gymnasium were having the lessons, about 15 uniformed and 4
    plain- clothed policemen interrupted their classes and physically ill- treated Ilaz Ademi,
    physical training teacher. Xhafer Murat Islami (18), pupil from Tarazha village, had to seek
    medical care, due to the injuries suffered. The police interrogated the teachers Bedri Shyti and
    Selman Mustafa.
    On October 2, there were arrested, provoked and then duly released: Izet Morina, principal
    with the "Andon Z. _ajupi" primary school and the teachers Mexhit Sadiku, Xhafer Ismaili,
    Sefedin Maxhuni and Hamit Mrija.
    ZHUR: On 1 October, on the way Zhur-Prizren, police stopped the bus and took out the pupils
    of "Lu_iano Matroni" Medical School in Prizren: Meriman Begaj, Flurim Ademaj, Jemin
    Memaj and Shp_tim Ajazaj and provoked them on the pretext that they were going to join the
    demonstrations.

    According to the information reported so far on the police interventions against peaceful protesters, police ill-treated more than 500 Albanians, of whom 250 were beaten up, 150 injured and 34 detained, of whom 95 were students and 32 children.

    Below, we are giving the weekly report.

    28 SEPTEMBER:

    MITROVICA: In the woods called "Maja e Zez_", two policemen arrested Hajrullah Shyqeri
    Ahmeti (48) and his two sons Kadri (20) and Avdi (16). At the police station of Stant_rg,
    police ill- treated Hajrullah on the pretext that he had taken timbers without permit on the
    state property. In the vicinity of "Qendra" tea- house, three policemen stopped and checked the
    identity of Tafil Maliq Zeqiri (37), whom they plundered 450 dinars and DM 150.

    SEPTEMBER 29:

    MITROVICA: Policemen arrested for weapons Tafil Zenel Isufi (64), from the village of
    Shipoll. At the local police station he was physically ill-treated by the policemen named Zhika
    and Darko.
    VUSHTRRI: Police stopped, checked the identity, insulted and physically ill-treated Rexhep
    Tahiri and Lutfi Hasani, both pupils of the "Marin Be_ikemi" secondary school. Xhavit
    Krasniqi, a friend of theirs, was hit with a notebook on his face. Halim Morina (1947), bill
    collector of the Financing District Council and LDK activist, received a summon to report to
    the District Court in Vushtrria.
    SKENDERAJ: Miftar Ismaili from the village of Ku_ica, living in Skenderaj, was taken for
    weapons to the police.
    MALISHEVA: Police, in the vicinity of the National Theater in Prishtina, checked the identity
    of, insulted and physically ill- treated Hysni Kilaj, activist of the LDK and Selman Hoti,
    associate of the Financing District Council in Malisheva.
    PODUJEVA: Police prevented the holding of a humanitarian concert, organized by the Youth
    Forum of the LDK, with the aim of helping students whose financial situation is more difficult
    one.
    SHTIME: On September 25, 26 and 29, Xhemshir Rashiti (1958), teacher at the "Bajram
    Curri" primary school in the village of Petrova and post graduate student of History at the
    University of Tirana, was interrogated about his stay in Albania and on the current prevailing
    political situation.
    On September 28 and 29, Shaqir Shaqiri (1952), worker, and Ruzhdi Shaqiri (1955), teacher,
    were taken to the police and accused of organizing a football match between the teams of
    "Vjosa" and "Kastrioti".

    SEPTEMBER 30:

    MITROVICA: On September 17, an unidentified person, asked Deli Smail Shabani (53), a
    taxi driver from the village of Shipol, to take him to Podgorica. In the vicinity of Berane,
    under the threat of a gun, Deli was thrown out of his car. He was thrown down into an abyss.
    He had broken his left arm, right knee, several ribs and fainted. Some people helped him by
    sending him to the Rozhaje hospital. Ever since, Deli knows nothing about his "Mercedes".
    On September 24 and 29, Shaqir Hazir Brahimi (36), from Koshutova e Bobit was
    interrogated for weapons and was physically ill-treated by a policeman named Sekulla. He
    was taken to his village and thrown out to the ground in an unconscious state. His health
    condition is very bad. 13 policemen entered the "Ardiani" shop in the vicinity of the "Migjeni"
    primary school in Tavnik and asked its proprietor, Hakif Isuf Halili (35), his brother Jakup
    (38), and two customers, Sadri Sabedin Idrizi (36) and Bedri Sherif Peci (20) to translate the
    things written in the placards of the Students' Independent Union. They were physically ill-
    treated and insulted on a national basis.
    KLINA: After the regular meeting of the chairmanship of the Sub-CDHRF in Klina,
    policemen stopped and checked the identity of Ramadan Krasniqi, chairman, and Ilaz Selimi,
    member of the presidency. The two were provoked.
    MALISHEVA: Azem Krasniqi, principal of the "Mustafa Bakia" primary school in Caralluka,
    was taken for informative talks. He was insulted on a national basis.
    PRIZREN: Four armoured cars paraded through the town streets during the whole day.
    OBILIQ: On September 28, 29 and 30, police raided in search for weapons the house of
    Mustaf_ Curri (1964), engineer in "Electrokosova", in the village of Mazgit. He was taken to
    the police and physically ill-treated by the policeman Zoran Mitiq.
    FERIZAJ: The Court for Petty Offences charged Bedri Jusufi from the village of Lloshkobanja
    with DIN 1100. He was charged due to organizing a football match between the teams of
    "_elik" and "V_llaz_ria".

    OCTOBER 1:

    FERIZAJ: Serb installed district authorities sent an official document to the "Sk_nderbeu"
    primary school in the village of Jezerc. They ordered the principal to make available the
    school facilities for the Serbian presidential elections.

    OCTOBER 2:

    PRISHTINA: Os_ Osaj (1975), from Peja, on arriving to Prishtina, was physically ill-treated
    by the police. He was looted DM 50.
    FERIZAJ: Nexhat Sejdiu was physically ill-treated after his refusal to pull off the University
    placards. Avdullah Islami (1948), was sent to the police after being accused of participating in
    the protests.
    PRIZREN: Policemen entered the premises of the "Mustafa Bakia" primary school. They
    interrogated Kadri _ejku under the pretext that he is teaching secondary school pupils.
    Compulsive authorities in the "Panorama" enterprise seized 100 copies of the "Lidhja"
    newspaper.
    ISTOG: On the road to Peja, police stopped the bus from Istog. After checking the identity of
    the passengers police physically ill-treated Ylli Demaj and Driton Dakaj from the village of
    Vrella as well as Demush Januzaj from Lubizhda.

    OCTOBER 3:

    PRISHTINA: Police visited the premises of the "Sami Frash_ri" secondary school in
    "Jablanica" str. no. 211 and summoned its proprietor, Mehmet Alijaj, to the police. At the
    Hani i Elezit border cross, police stopped and interrogated Nuhi Byty_i, journalist of TV
    Prishtina. Musli Musliu from the village of Pallqisht i Poshtem, was ill-treated due to the fact
    that he solidarized with him.
    MITROVICA: A policeman named Teofil, in the vicinity of the bus station, arrested Musabin
    Bajram Peci (12), pupil of the "Avdullah Shabani" primary school and Avdullah Zyber Sadriu
    (15), pupil of the "Arkitekt Sinani" secondary school. The two were beaten at the police
    station.
    SKENDERAJ: On October 1, Gani Haxhi Tha_i, from the village of Broja, was arrested in
    Skenderaj. Ever since his whereabouts are unknown.
    GJAKOVA: In the village of Rogova e Hasit, some 60 armed policemen, wearing bullet proof
    vests seized timber estimated to DM 100.000.

    OCTOBER 4:

    VUSHTRRI: Police in Prishtina stopped and checked the identity of Sabit Kadriu (1960)
    chairman of the Sub-CDHRF in Vushtrria and Ferat Beqiri, student, from the village of
    Oshlan.

    DELAYED INFORMATION:

    SHTIME: On August 1 and 2, Naim Murtez Mehmeti (1956), auto- mechanic from the village
    of Vojnovci i Shtimjes, was taken for weapons to the local Security Center. As he was
    physically ill-treated he suffered many injuries.
    On August 2, Ramadan Behluli (1960), who is currently working in Germany, was physically
    ill-treated for weapons by 6 policemen of the local police station in Shtime.
    On August 1, 2 and 3, Ibush Jashari (1942), farmer from the village of Vojnovc, was taken for
    weapons to the police and was physically ill-treated by a policeman named Zoran.
    On August 26, Nazmi Iballi (1966), economist and activist of the LDK, was taken for
    informative talks and interrogated about the forthcoming protests and the education in
    Albanian in Kosova.
    On August 27, Jetullah Rexhaj, principal of the "Bajram Curri" primary school in the village
    of Petrova, was taken for informative talks and interrogated about the beginning of the new
    school year and the current political situation.
    On September 10, Mufail Salihaj (1963), an agricultural engineer from Petrova, was taken for
    informative talks regarding the political situation.
    On September 12, police looted Albanian merchants. Hysni Xhema and Ekrem Shabani were
    seized goods estimated to DM 2500.
    On September 22, on the road Shtime-Prizren, police stopped the car of Muhamet Bekteshi,
    teacher, and physically ill-treated his son Bekim (1978), pupil. Muhamet was looted goods
    estimated to DM 1000.
    On August 23, in the car wash service in Lashkobare, Haqif Hysenaj, technician from the
    village of Petrova, was attacked and physically ill-treated by a policeman who took his driving
    license.
    KA_ANIK: On September 5, the house of Ali Dubova (1945), farmer, and his son Shaban
    Dubova (1972), in the village of D_rnogllava, was raided for weapons. The two were arrested
    and severely ill-treated by the police. Due to injuries suffered Ali had to seek medical help.
    On September 5, Azem Teneqja (1959), bill collector of the Financing District Council, was
    taken for weapons to the police. His house was raided for several times until his mother
    handed in a "Karabin" rifle with 40 bullets.
    SK_NDERAJ: On September 10, police raided in search for weapons the house of Sejdi A.
    Berisha in the village of Broja. He was arrested but released under the condition to report
    again with the other male members of the family: Imer (34), currently living in Germany,
    Skender (22), Mursel (15) and Avdi (9).
    On September 25, police searched for Imer S. Istogu (1981). He was left an order to report to
    the police.
    FERIZAJ: On September 19 and 22, Rexhep Krosa, activist of the LDK, was taken for
    informative talks.
    On September 26, district tax authorities closed private run shops in the villages of Zllatar and
    Tankosiq.
    PODUJEVA: On September 20, policemen went to the Serbian civilian named Zoran (42), in
    the village of K_rpimeh, due to the fact that he had sold some land to Faik Sadriu (75) and
    Mursel Sadriu (46) former policeman. Faik and Zoran were sent to the police and ordered not
    to cultivate crops that grow higher than 15 cm, since according to the policemen the place is
    used by Albanian terrorists. Due to the same reason, they were ordered to pull down the
    premises of the old post office in K_rpimeh.
    On September 24, Besim Islami from the village of Lluzhan was arrested, interrogated and
    taken to the local police station.
    On September 25, Selman Rexhepi (18), from Braina was taken by the police and sent to the
    local police station in Podujeva. The pretext is unknown.

    PRISHTINA: On September 23, the Serbian policeman Zoran Kostiq, made a rape attempt
    against A.J. (1979), pupil, living in "Lenini" str. no. 161-14.
    On September 25, in the vicinity the old post office in Prishtina, unidentified, masked persons,
    physically ill-treated the students Eset Rama (1973) from the village of Lup_ i Posht_m near
    Podujeva and Fahri Gashi.
    MITROVICA: On September 26, a police inspector of the local Security Center, arrested
    Jahja Bajram Azemi (54), living in "Ibri" quarter, interrogated him and ordered to hand in his
    son Festim (20) and his nephew Fatlum (20), who are currently living in Germany. Otherwise,
    he was threatened with castration and liquidation.
    On September 26, Muhamet Sahit Smakolli (24), a repatriated asylum-seeker from Germany,
    was taken for informative talks regarding his stay there.
    KLINA: On September 27, a group of some 20 Serbian civilians, armed with automatic guns,
    under the leadership of police inspector Zharko Stojanoviq, entered private run shops and
    restaurants and ill-treated those present.
    In the "Agromargoni" pool saloon, the following persons were physically ill-treated: Bardhec
    Mrijaj, owner, Prek_ and Viktor Gjidoda, Sami Gashi and Pashk Palushi.
    In the "Marleku" restaurant in the "Perlina" quarter, Zef Grabanica from Klina, Mikel Gjergji
    from the village of Krusheva e Vogel e Klin_s, Ali Babaj from Sk_nderaj and Islam Kryeziu
    from Bubaveci i Malishev_s.
    In the "Globi Kos" restaurant the following persons were ill-treated: Nebih Dushi, Reshit
    Gashi, chairman of the PPK branch in Klina, Skender Rraci, secretary, Salih Ibishi, Sokol
    Ibishi, Gani Foniqi, Binak Syla and Fatos Syla, members of the presidency, and Haxhi Ibishi,
    chairman of the PPK sub-branch in Klina; as well as Burim Ram_ Sejdiu from Grabanica;
    Albert Zenuni, Shani Kryeziu, Xhavit Mehmet Tha_i, Ham_z Dushi and Kadri Murseli from
    Radavc; Gazmend Qupeva, Bashkim Sejdiu, and Enver Byty_i.
    In the "Ibizeza" restaurant police physically ill-treated Tom_ Demiri, owner, Gjergj Kabashi,
    Nol Berisha, Pashk Rrapi, Xhavit Gashi, Jahir Gashi, Tom_ Duhani, Tom_ Mirdita, Martin
    Gojani and Fatime Demaj, waitress, who was taken to the police.

    Prishtina, 5 October 1997 Information Service

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    Pavataj (1970), student from Strellci i Ep_rm near De_an

    Diese Frau ist die tochter eines Direktor Dr.Zek Povataj, er wurde getötet von den serbischen Polizisten!

    Nur weil er die Anweisung nicht befolgte das nur serbisch in den Schulen unterichtet werden darf!

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    Kosovo wird niemals serbisch!

    Denn es wurde zuviel Blut von unseren Schwestern und Brüder für dieses Land vergossen!

    SE GJAKU KUR NUK FALET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Dir ist bewusst das dort in der Geschichte der Serben mehr serbisches Blut auf dem Kosovo geflossen sit als von euch jemals existieren wird.

    P.S.

    Lass deinen Bruder net immer an den Computer.

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    Hier der bin ich!

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    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi
    Kosovo wird niemals serbisch!

    Denn es wurde zuviel Blut von unseren Schwestern und Brüder für dieses Land vergossen!

    SE GJAKU KUR NUK FALET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Ich weis das es niemals serbisch wird, denn es ist schon serbisch :wink:

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    Zitat Zitat von Serbian_Prophet
    Dir ist bewusst das dort in der Geschichte der Serben mehr serbisches Blut auf dem Kosovo geflossen sit als von euch jemals existieren wird.

    P.S.

    Lass deinen Bruder net immer an den Computer.
    nur weil die uck serbische terroristen das blut aus dem körper geschossen hat, muss das nicht heißen das ihr blut für kosova gelassen habt

  9. #9
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    Zitat Zitat von Beranac
    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi
    Kosovo wird niemals serbisch!

    Denn es wurde zuviel Blut von unseren Schwestern und Brüder für dieses Land vergossen!

    SE GJAKU KUR NUK FALET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Ich weis das es niemals serbisch wird, denn es ist schon serbisch :wink:
    deswegen regiert auch kustincapedericaterrorista dort und nicht rugova

  10. #10
    jugo-jebe-dugo
    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi
    Kosovo wird niemals serbisch!

    Denn es wurde zuviel Blut von unseren Schwestern und Brüder für dieses Land vergossen!

    SE GJAKU KUR NUK FALET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Serbisches Blut wurde viel mehr für das Kosovo gegeben als euer.Was habt ihr den schon für das Kosovo getan? Kosovo war schon serbisch als noch keine Albaner im Kosovo lebten.

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