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Balkan Death: The Albanian Narco-Mafia
Feb 15, 2010

By Marko Lopusina |
The network among ethnic Albanian clans, maintained by ancient codes of cruel vendettas, spans the world and equally involves unknown local Albanian clansman as well as the Albanian nobility and the pretender to the throne Albania’s King Zog.

Organized narcotic trafficking has been the dirtiest and the quickest business that makes such a large profit that the business became attractive not only for the criminals but even for certain governments. Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey, Bulgaria, Albania, Columbia and Taiwan have often been linked to official drug trafficking.

There are only three regions in the world producing narcotics today. These are countries in the South-East Asia, Middle East and South America. All other regions in the world are only markets for the resale of drugs produced in Taiwan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Peru, Chile and Columbia. According to the Interpol data, the drug route from the South-East Asia to the consumers markets in Western Europe goes from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran to many centers in Turkey – Istanbul being the most important one. Interpol estimates say that about 90% of heroin confiscated in Europe comes from Turkey over Bulgaria and Macedonia. On that route, first Iranian, then Lebanese and finally Turkish drug network appeared 30 years ago. In the meantime, Bulgarian and Albanian mafia grew up on drug smuggling, using the Balkans roads, air and water ways to enter Europe and America.

Production and distribution of narcotics is the main source of income and the base of power in many South American countries, in the Middle Eastern part of Asia and in the north of Africa. The case of Manuel Noriega from Panama, whose coup in Nicaragua was partly drug financed was rather vocal about the power of drug dealers. In some parts of Asia one third of inhabitants make their living by smuggling drugs that sometimes end up on the streets of cities like Zurich and Amsterdam in Europe where drug addicts live and die in the streets.
In the countries where narco-mafia predominates, power and purpose of government has been eliminated. Money made in trade of drugs, then seeks to get legitimate and is often times invested in many developing programs of rich countries.

In former Yugoslavia, the Albanian mafia made $45 million annually in 1990s by controlling the Turkish drug chain from Istanbul through Zurich to New York. A large chunk of this money returned to Kosovo to finance separatist activities inside the province as well as use the money to buy sympathies from the international NGOs that will implicitly advocate Kosovo Albanian separatist agenda.

Ethnic Albanians were initiated as the couriers for the Turkish and Bulgarian state mafia thirty years ago. These used smuggling of narcotics as the source of financing secret political, military and intelligence service operations. The majority of them were recruited in the “Kosovo triangle” Veliki Trnovac-Preševo-Gnjilane, marked on Interpol map as a black point on world drug routes.

French expert on narcotics, Alen Labrus described Kosovo Albanian drug smuggling operations to the Washington Post as being managed by tough, merciless bands that have displaced Turks as the leading smuggling clan:

“Powerful Turkish clans controlling Europe heroin market, realized that Russian, Caucasian and Albanian narco-mafia have invaded their territory in the last ten years, looking for their part of the market and profit. Kosovo ethnic Albanians have become so strong that they keep under their control 70% of drug market just in Switzerland. The war in the Balkans interrupted previous Yugoslav channels of drug smuggling from the Middle East to Europe, but the agile Albanians have opened new distributive centers in the past 4 years and new passages to the West. The Albanian connection represents a heroin route causing great problems to European policemen and European countries,” said Labrus.

Bloody Karafaka

Story of Karafaka Mehmed-Ali illustrates the nascent steps ethnic Albanian mafia initiated in late 1960s and 70s that led to their predominance in the European drug business and a tragic narco-financed war in Kosovo.

41 years old Karakafa Mehmed-Ali, born in Veliki Trnovac near Bujanovac in Kosovo, organized one of the largest heroin smuggling operations from Turkey, through Yugoslavia to Italy. His partners in Yugoslavia, writes Italian Interpol, were Osmani brothers – Adnan and Fatmir, Latif Memeti and Ismet Arifi, all from Veliki Trnovac, as well as Milka Domazet and Ismet Lenani from Banja Luka.

Karakafa Mehmed Ali was a well known criminal figure in the former Yugoslavia. He was sentenced in 1960s to 4 years and 6 months in jail in Nis for smuggling gold, and in 1972 he was sentenced to 6 years for smuggling ammunition: 100,000 bullets smuggled from Germany.

The members of the Republic Secretariat for the Internal Affairs and Federal Secretariat for the Interior made a plan and discovered activities of “Karakafa’s group”. Italian Interpol informed Federal Secretariat for the Interior that Osmani brothers, Milka Domazet and others stayed in Milan and had contacts with Italian and Arab smugglers. So the Inspectors decided to start dealing with a group from Milka Domazet from Banja Luka where Milka had worked as a waitress for years. She lived with her husband, son and a daughter. She had a car of Reno 16 make and new household appliances, and went ten times abroad within the period of two years.

On March 9, 1981, Karafaka’s partner Milka Domazet took her 18 year old daughter Senka for a World Tour in her French car Reno 16 via Turkey. The same evening they were in Istanbul where Milka got a heroin load inside her car and drove back. The next day, Milka checked in the Hotel Balkan in Belgrade where she made a telephone call to Adnan Osmani in Sofia. Adnan dispatched his brother Fatmir so they can make a fictitious contract of a car sale, supposedly bought here Reno, sat in it with his brother Jakup and started on the second leg of the tour to Italy.

Milka’s vehicle was stopped by Yugoslav inspectors and found hiding place with a tin lid under the back seat 32 plastic packages of 500 grams of cocaine and 16 kg of heroin worth 1.6 million Deutsche Marks. Fatmir, Jakup and Milka were arrested were arrested as well as Milka along with Sabedin Sabedini from Istanbul.

Police was informed, however, that Sabedin is the false name for Karakafa Mehmed Ali, but were surprised that he’d dare come to Yugoslavia.

Sabedini was claiming that it was his real identity, that he was a trader from Istanbul and that he was in Belgrade on business. Only when he was showed his photo with fingerprints taken at his arrest in Nis did he changed his story.

He admitted to be working on behalf of three Turkish citizens having a lab for heroin production in a Turkish town of Gaziantep. The drugs were then transported to Istanbul where ethnic Albanians Latif Memeti and Ismet Arifi from Veliki Trnovac and Salih Lenani and Milka Domazet would transport them to Milan, Italy.

Adnan and Fatmir Osmani were shipping caretakers assuring prompt deliveries. Once Osmani brothers assured Milan deliveries, Karafaka would fly to Milan from Istanbul and sale the heroin to Italian or Arab mob to distribute to streets across Europe. Karafaka would take the money by plane back to Turkey get 50,000 DM for the transport plus a 2% commission on the amount sold in Italy. Adnan Osmani got paid 15,000 DM per delivery while Milka Domazet got under 3,000 DM per delivery plus a free Reno 16.

The District court of Belgrade sentenced Karakafa to 10 years, Adnan Osmani to 4 years, Fatmir to three years, Salih Lenani to four years, Latif Memedi to three years and Milka Domazet to 18 months. 4 Reno 16 cars were confiscated. By the decision of the President of Yugoslavia, Karakafa was released in spring of 1990.

Spanish Connection

On July 18, 1999 Madrid’s newspaper El Mundo reported that the ethnic Albanian mafia in the glitzy Spanish tourist area Sunny Coast finances terrorist activities of the Kosovo Liberation Army, the KLA. Experts at fight against mafia kept warning Spanish government for two years that there was a danger to the Iberian peninsula brought by a large number of Kosovo ethnic Albanians involved in criminal activity on bases of fierce and sometimes brutal clan loyalty. Spanish Defense Secretary, Ricardo Martin Fluja, remarked that there were 16 ethnic Albanian mafia clans in Spain at the time made up of immigrants from the Balkans that illegally sneaked into the Spanish tourist area of Sunny Coast.

“There are about 600 mafia members of Kosovo ethnic Albanians acting in this area, most of them came from Germany from where they have been expelled as the dangerous ones. Kosovo ethnic Albanians’ mafia is extremely violent and aggressive in their search for money. This new mafia brought to Spain the uncivilized way of living and organization. They behave as the members of KLA, carry guns and use them while collecting money for the purchase of new guns for KLA,” said Martin Fluja, Spanish Defense Minister.

The Spanish journalists tried to explain to their readers how the Albanian mafia functioned in Spain.

“All Albanian refugees from Kosovo, and from other parts in Europe, are obliged to pay monthly tribute,” wrote El Mundo and added that one mafia group collected 180 million pesetas in one month, about $1.1 million, for KLA needs.

According to El Mundo, the biggest problem for Spanish police was the fact that there is hardly a dealer who had a legitimate passport. “When we arrest them on charges of drug possession, gun carrying, extortion… we can’t deport them because almost no one possesses a valid passport. Our government has given them the status of refugees and we are helpless.”

This Spanish tacit acknowledgment that the government is not capable of eradicating the Albanian narco-mafia in the country started to endanger the strongest industry- tourism.
Slovak Republic had a similar problem especially since the end of July 1999 when KLA and Albanian authority were legalized in Kosovo by NATO forces that took control over Kosovo. Slovak capital Bratislava became one of the strongest centers of Albanian underground in Europe funneling drug money to Kosovo Albanian separatist groups.

Ethnic Albanian boss for Slovakia, Nedmedin Zeka, got to run the drug action in Slovak capital Bratislava after he wiggled out of sentencing by escaping from the Prague court in May 1999, where the decision had to be made on his extradition at the request of Germany. Zeka hid in Bratislava where he became an owner of an Italian shoe shop Italo that functioned as a cover for his drug activities.

“The special Slovak police forces action failed on July 16, 1999 while preparing the arrest of Nedmedin Zeka, head of the International narco-gang,” reported Bratislava newspapers, Radio & TV. A group of 20 disguised special policemen surrounded a shoe shop Italo belonging to a Kosovo ethnic Albanian. A search of the shop and the apartment was made, some guns were found, as well as two “suspicious” men. The one they were looking for – the head of the International narco-net was not, however, found, and the arrested Albanians were released due to the lack of evidence.

This intervention should have been the crown of a 4 year long international police action under the name Pristina against drug smugglers on the Balkan route from Turkey over former Yugoslavia, Hungary and Slovakia to the Czech Republic from where heroin went on to the West.

Zeka left Bratislava and apparently got promoted into a drug boss for Italy.

In mid 1999 Hungarian police arrested Nedmedin Zeka and handed him over to Italy because Zeka was one of the Albanian gang bosses responsible for criminal action there.
It was apparent that these narco-bosses across Europe were targeted in a coordinated manner. An arrest of another ethnic Albanian boss for Holland, Remzi Canaj, arrested around the same time, attests to this.

Once Rugova, now Taci

KLA: drug money was the headline of an article in the French magazine Poen on July 15, 1999 that explained the way terrorist organization of Kosovo Albanians had been financed. Poen said that it was using information from Geneva security report and concluded that KLA was supported by Kosovo Albanian immigrants in Switzerland and Germany, but the main financing, said the text, originated from drug trafficking.

Poen said that “every employed Kosovar has to contribute SF 4000 for the KLA.” As evidence they quoted Bardhil Mahmuti, one of KLA leaders in Switzerland:

“Since the end of 1998 our money from abroad, either from immigrant workers or gangsters, was used only for the purchase of guns for the fight against the Serbs,” said Mahmuti.

Two of the largest Kosovo Albanian emigrant communities in Europe, the 180,000 strong Swiss and 150,000 German expatriates, financed Kosovo Democratic association headed by Ibrahim Rugova with the contribution amounting to 3% of the earnings, elaborated Poen. According to Poen, the contributed funds financed “40% of the budget of the separatist government in Pristina,” that was led by current president Ibrahim Rugova. Rugova’s primacy in funding got displaced when a para-military group was formed and became the main recipient of the money. The leadership of KLA, most notably Hasim Taci, was taking a cut from donations made to Rugova. Taci was later supported by the Clinton administration.

Despite what the Poen reported in 1998, none of it was of any help for ethnic Serbs in Kosovo. By 1999 the KLA well armed and initiated a sequence of pogroms against ethnic Serbs in Kosovo that triggered equally brutal response from the Milosevic government. Things were quickly to spiral into warfare.

American journalist Nathan Adams wrote in the Reader’s Digest that Bulgaria was willing to accept drugs as payment for sale of arms to countries that desperately wanted them but had no hard currency to pay for them. It was alleged that Lebanon, Iran and Pakistan were paying drugs for arms and that high government officials were involved in this.

According to a document submitted by a Bulgarian colonel Stephan Sverdlov who defected to West during the Cold War, a secret protocol was established in 1967 by the communists in Moscow so that the West will get “corrupted”. Document filed as M120/00-0050: 120/00-0050: “Destabilization of the West society by the narcotics trafficking”.

Adams shows that the decision to “corrupt the West” was made in Moscow in 1967 and, after being adopted by the entire Warsaw bloc, the task had been transformed to the Bulgarian government on July 16, 1970 with instructions on drug and arms routes over the Balkans to the West. The task was given to the Bulgarian state enterprise called Kintex that ostensibly dealt with imports and exports of commercial products but, in reality, was a façade for the Soviet spy activities.

Adams claimed that after the assassination on the Pope, Bulgarian intelligence agents became controlled by the USA and the Moscow directive slowed down via Bulgaria but was transferred to Hungary.

Bulgarian spies claimed that the US, Turkish and Greek spies tolerated Yugoslav drug and arms traffickers and the Albanian immigration on their territories. Bulgarian agents went so far as to claim that the USA even bought heroin from the Albanian smugglers in order to transfer it to the Arab network which they could control more easily and profits from those sales were used by Albanians to finance guns and rifles purchase for Kosovo.

The arrest of Mehmet Saha and Remo Bekoli in Brussels, ethnic Albanian members of the separatist “Kosovo-Republic” movement, illustrates the closure of the loop between drugs and international politics.

For Albanian extremist, a kilo of heroin was worth 20 automatic guns and plethora of Albanian political groups moved drugs, got rich and financed war in Serbia.

The drug route: connecting the cases
On July 12, 1998 in the Danube valley town Vidin, ethnic Albanian Agim Sali arrived at the border point of Bulgaria, Romania and Yugoslavia, on the ferry sailing to Kalafat at the Romanian coast. In his “Fiat Bravo” car with Croatian plates, customs officers discovered 33 hidden packages of heroin weighing 16 kg and 830 grams.

Agim and his Croatian fianc� Adriana Radovan were arrested and taken to Sofia, Bulgaria.

“I let my son run the café in Porec [Croatia], which I had hired before. Agim started going to the catering school in Tetovo but being choked with the diabetes attacks he went to Porec,” thundered Agim’s father Refik Sali who went to Sofia immediately to save his son.

Agim was naïve and easily let to be used by unknown drug dealers claimed father Refik who went on to offer a guarantee, on his own life, that Agim had not been motivated by money because his family was a wealthy one.

A day after Agim Sali had been caught, however, Bulgarian special police arrested the Saids brothers, owners of the restaurant “Grus” in Sofia and bosses of the ramified mob with, among other things, seven policemen as their bodyguards.

Mehmed and Juzmen Said, Kurds of Turkish citizenship, were conduits for Turkish drugs to the West in exchange for weapons to the Kurds. The ethnic Albanian Agim Sali was doing business with the Said brothers.

The Albanian underground, particularly Albanian drug-mafia is organized on the pyramid principle, with the tribe or family head on the top and the whole network of “fis” which in Albanian means brotherhood that is ruled by the head and who take orders only from the head.

Nobody but the head knows who was given an assignment among the “fis” and their members. Ordinary members, couriers who carry drug, are called ants”, it means the beginners in smuggling, and they carry the main burden and the main risk of the illegal trade in Albanian drugs. If they manage to smuggle the drug, they are awarded for it if they do not manage, they stay alone sacrificed for the good of their tribe and their family. The utmost strength of the Albanians is represented by the level of their personal sacrifice in this dangerous and secret business. Own children are used as the “ants” in many cases.

The family relationship is often covered up by members taking the maiden name of their mother or grandmother. This practice creates difficulty for the investigators to map out the international network established by the fis. The confidence in the family is kept by the stringent rules of “besa” (pledge or word of honor), so that deals were made only by the word and enforced at penalty of death.

Interpol was able to penetrate these secret Albanian crime networks in 1998 and reported that the head of such a fis in Italy was Sefcet Dobroluka, an ethnic Albanian from Kosovo, whose business is to smuggle heroin from Turkey. Sefcet’s brother Karcel Dobroluka, who married a Brazilian woman, had a connection with the South American mafia through his wife’s family. In the early 1999, Italians tried to break up the Dobroluka family by the police actions called ” Primo” and ” Black Man”, but the brothers Sefcet and Karcel managed to escape from the police and Italian authorities.

American drug domination

With estimated 60 million addicts, the US is an enormous drug market for the Albanian mafia men.

I was told by the Chicago police that the Albanians in America are only one in many strong links to the Colombian drug distribution link today. They keep New York and there are 60,000 of them in Chicago and Toronto and earn about US$ 50 million per year on heroin. American policemen told me that the Albanian underworld is hard to penetrate because the links are ethnic and compact and deal cruelly with informants.

I managed to meet Chicago policemen of the Drug Enforcement Agency- DEA, who told me about their experiences with Albanian drug dealers. The chief of this Department was Eugen Domart, and his associates Anthony Luna and Raymond Schnoor. Then the lieutenant Domart told me:

“ We are small operative group consisting of eight inspectors whose task is to follow Albanian dealers who work on a small scale up to 2 kilos of drugs. Our last seizure was £750 of heroin and £ 350 of hashish. In the Albanian settlement in Chicago and in the state of Illinois their political organization “Bali Combart” deals in smuggling. Beside Albanians there are Serbs from America in the drug network. Last time three of us managed to bring to the court two Albanians. The first was Besim Hasnama, called Beni, and the other was Faik Gashi, known as Toni. Both of them were members of the Albanian clubs in Chicago and in Toronto. For delinquency and illegal entrance in Canada they have been already brought into court. This time they have been caught while smuggling and reselling the drugs. During investigation and in court they did not say anything because they were afraid that “Bali Kombart” would kill all the members of the family in case they say anything to the police!”

In the archive of this inspector I saw a file of Zenun Djukaj, born in 1952 whose wife’s name is Isabelle and who came to USA from Switzerland. He was 185 centimeters tall, with brown hair and bright eyes – it was written in his file. He was suspected to trade in heroin in Washington by the Chicago police.

“ Zenun Djukaj came to Washington from Zurich in 1991 to his brother Redjep Djukaj. He has already sold 800 grams of heroin and 400 grams of hashish in Washington. Now we have been working on the evidences so that we could arrest him and condemn him”, said Eugen Domart to me.

On the list of drug dealers from the Albanian underworld in the Chicago police there were, as I could see, Erdogan and Arif Kurap from Istanbul, Destan Celikovski from Kicevo. And in USA prisons there were already 30 Albanians condemned for drug smuggling throughout America.

In the USA, the goods were also overtaken by the family members. Daut Kadriovski, born in 1949, Albanian from Skopje, is the biggest supplier of heroin of the American market with the turnover of about several hundred million dollars. Our Police has his file as a drug dealer in former Yugoslavia and Europe. He went to Spain over Yugoslavia, developing his business and finally settled and made his throne in America, organizing his own drug distribution network since 1992. FBI has been looking for him unsuccessfully for 6 years. The wanted circular has been stuck to all federal buildings in the USA.

According to the 1994 testimony of then lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani from New York an American Albanian offered his solicitor $400,000 to “give that money to anyone who would kill Alan Cohen, assistant prosecutor and Jack Delmar, DEA agent” who discovered an Albanian mafia cartel in New York.

American gangsters rarely kill law enforcement officials but even Giuliani was threatened with death. As a result, the FBI initiated an official investigation of Albanian drug cartel in New York and discovered that Albanian drug mafia had their head office in New York borough Bronx, that they had their branches in the Detroit and the suburb of Hamtramck as well as in Massachusetts and Illinois.

“ Albanians in USA have their own distribution network, mainly for heroin. But they very often engage in the same business with South Americans and Sicilians”, said Captain Glen McAlpin from Detroit.

“ Today Albanian drug mafia supplies New York with 30% of heroin coming from Yugoslavia”, said Endrew Fernich, DEA official, a special department for fighting the drug addiction in the USA. “That heroin is being distributed throughout America exclusively by the Albanians and the Turks who use their companies as a cover for this dirty business.”

The case of Skender Fici who ran a tourist agency “The Staten Island” and of Theresa Worldwide was written about in the US media. The story notes that his tourist agency was used for quick and short trips to Yugoslavia and Turkey, where the heroin was bought and then smuggled to America. The first kilo of Fici’s heroin arrived in New York in February of 1979 and the job was done with the clan of Xhevdet Lika called Joe Lika, who had his base for processing and distribution of heroin in the artistic part of Manhattan. The drug sales were carried over Chinese boutiques.

Lika worked alone till 1980, but then he joined Xhevdet Mustafa. Their main financier was Albanian king Zogu who used the drug profit to strengthen his monarchy and crown. After the dispute with Lika at the end of 1982, Mustafa disappeared. Police supposed he was killed by the Albanian drug mafia. New associate of Lika clan was Duja Saljani, the owner of a restaurant in New York.

The weapons of the Albanian king Leka

Albanian king Leka was arrested in Johannesburg early in February 1999, together with three other foreigners who happened to be at his residence in Forveis district. The police raided his house after the anonymous report that the Albanian monk in exile was engaged in illegal arms trade. Police found 70 kalashnikovs of Chinese make, 15,000 bullets, several snipers, hand grenades, land mines and different models of hand bombs in King’s residence. Leka Zogu II was deprived of a diplomatic immunity which he got in South African Union 1o years ago, as he was charged of arms smuggling.

The king of the poorest European country is the heir to the dynasty enthroned by Leka’s father Ahmed Bey Zogoli or Zog I, as he signed himself as a king. He originated from a rich peasant Muslim family from Burgayet. His family origins were from the greatest national hero, legendary army commander Gerge Kastrioti Skenderbeg from Kruya.

In September 1928, at the extraordinary meeting of the Albanian Assembly, Ahmet Bey Zogoli proclaimed Albania the “Democratic, parliamentary and inheriting monarchy”, and himself” the king of all Albanians”. He called himself Zog I. The king Alexander did not come to his coronation because Zog’s title of “the king of all Albanians” was considered in Belgrade as the interference in internal affairs of Yugoslavia, in which about 700,000 Albanians lived then. Under the pressure of France, The Kingdom of Yugoslavia recognized the Kingdom of Albania after 18 days.

On April 28, 1938, King Zog I in his late 44 years, married 19 years younger Hungarian countess Geraldine. Their only child, The prince Leka, was born on April 5, 1939 in Tirana. But only two days later, at the Catholic Good Friday, 40,000 Italian soldiers conquered the whole country and joined it to the Savoy crown of Vittorio Emmanuel III. King Zog I, his wife and son fled through Greece and Turkey loaded with 183 kg of state gold.

Five years later, at the first congress of the Democratic front for liberation of Albania which started on May 28, 1944 in Permet near the border with Greece with all delegates jointly crying:” Down with Zog!”, a law was adopted unanimously, permanently forbidding king and his family to return to the country.

The king Zog I, the queen Geraldina and their son Leka Zog II went to London after the short stay in Turkey, and then in 1945 to Cairo, where their host was the king Faruk.
While in the exile, king Zog I tried to unite dissent Albanian immigration therefore he flew a lot worldwide. He tried with the financial support of England, France and USA to unite the organizations : “Prizren league” and “Legality” and to turn them against the Communist government of Enver Hoxha in Albania.

In order to finance his political work as well as the work of king’s residence, Zog I, with the blessing of the West started to trade and then to smuggle arms which he purchased in Italy. With Faruk’s help, Zog I resold the arms on the black market to the Egyptian army for their war against the Israeli state.

In September 1952, when the revolutionary officers headed by the general Mohammed Nagib, overthrew the monarchy they immediately took diplomatic passports from the king Zog I. The father of the heir to the throne, Leka Zog II, was then accused of amassing money illegally and without paying taxes. Two years later the Zog family was exiled from Egypt in 1954.

After their flight from Africa, the Albanian dynasty was given a political asylum in France. King Zog I died there, in Paris in 1961. Next year, precisely on April 9 1962, according to the Albanian Constitution from 1928, Leka Zog II was crowned a new” king of all Albanians”. The young Leka was then 22 years old. Albanian party newspaper “Zeri e populit” in Tirana published a comment stating that “ the farce was directed by the British and American imperialists and mortal enemies of the Albanian people”.

The new Albanian monarch in exile Leka Zog II finished the primary school in Alexandria, then the secondary school in Switzerland, and two-year study at the Royal Military Academy in England. He acquired the diploma of the Political Economics at the Parisian Sorbon. Frequent migrations and life abroad made king Zog II a polyglot. The Albanian monarch speaks English, French, Spanish, German, and Arabic and uses Portuguese and Hungarian the language of his mother.

In 1975 Zog II married a divorced Austrian teacher, Susan Culen Ward. The queen was born in 1941 and delivered the only boy in Spain in 1982 who was given the name Leka Zog III by the king. In order to have legal right to inherit the Albanian throne, Leka Junior was born in Johannesburg, on March 26, 1982, but on the Albanian territory, in the previous King Consulate. Leka Jr. is today a student at Brinstou, in the South African Union.

The king Zog II had a support even in Spain by the great anti-Communist Generalisimus Francisco Franco. He saw the Bulgarian king Simeon II who was in exile, then Juan Carlos, especially when after Franco’s death he overtook the ruling of Spain.

In the 1970s, Leka’s family moved to Salisbury, the capital of Rhodesia ruled by the apartheid messiah, Jan Smith, the military pilot. He was glad to accept king Leka Zog, because he supplied his racist country with various arms. When the black majority overthrew notorious Smith reign, the Albanian king Leka fled to Johannesburg. The Albanian monarch kept smuggling arms even from there. Zog II was also engaged in illegal political activity trying to win over Albanian immigration in Turkey, France and on the American continent. With the profit made from the arms smuggling, the king Zog II financed anti-Communist organizations “Legality” and “ Balli Cobetar”. In 1991 and 1992 certain western newspapers made public a sensational discovery that Leka’s company sold arms to Croatia, and later to the army of Alija Izetbegovic.

In November 1993, king Leka flew to Tirana, but stayed only for a night. The president, dr Sali Berisha exiled him from the country on the pretext that the Republican government did not recognize the passport of the Kingdom of Albania.
Three years later, when Fatos Nano became the president, king Leka visited Albania in April 1996. At the Rinas airport near Tirana, king Zog II flew in by the private plane from the South Africa.

The king’s visit to Albania was financed by Guri Durolari, the American businessman and Albanian immigrant, then the leader of the Royalist party “Legality”. Both of them hoped to come to power at the democratic election in Albania. King Zog II and the immigrant Guri Durolari with 55,000 monarchists in the election, got only 5% of the votes. Leka was greeted in Tirana in 1996 in the rain, with the police and military cordon, by more than 2,000 people who waved the flags with the crown and his photo on them. Zog II was excited and said: “Whether some want or not , according to the Constitution from 1928, I have come to you as a King of Albania! The country needs a stabilization factor. And the people see that in me!”

His first days in Albania king Leka spent in the apartment of the most expensive Tirana hotel-“Rogner”, in the elitist avenue of National heroes. The price for the night in the royal apartment was $300. Later Zog moved to a residence above Tirana, and hired the office in the Congress palace. When he got used to his country, king Zog II started campaigns throughout Albania in the mid of April 1996. So he reached the southern town Gramsh, located between Elbasan and Corcha.

As an experienced arms smuggler he did not want to miss the opportunity to visit a factory for automatic guns production- “kalashnikovs”- Chinese version, in Gramsh. At that time when there were mass riots in Albania, and when the groups of thieves and protesters robbed military, police and factory storage of arms and ammunition, the price of “Kalashnikovs” dropped in the black market to miserable $5 per piece. King Zog II took advantage of the situation and bought a freight of the stolen arms.

At the moment when the royal line of 5 cars was approaching the center of Gramsh, the protesters began to shoot and threw several bombes at the car of Zog II, thinking that there was some politician. While the policemen were chasing attackers, king Leka with the gun in his hand jumped out of the car ready to fight the assassins. He returned to Tirana, and then very soon to Johannesburg , where he continued arms smuggling.

The investigation should discover the origin of the arsenal found in the residence of King Zog II as well as to confirm that it was meant for the terrorists in Africa or maybe Albania or Kosovo.

South African commentators claim that after depriving king Zog II, the arms smuggler, and his family of the diplomatic immunity, they are likely to be expelled from this country. Then, there will be the trial.

Citing documents of 5 intelligence services, among which was CIA, the journalists of the “Washington Times” published the facts about connection between KLA and network of heroin and cocaine smuggling and trade in Europe and USA with the center in Albania. CIA discovered ties which members of the Albanian mafia had with narco cartels from Pristina. This cartel was run by the members of the Kosovo National Front with the military part being so-called KLA. Analyzes indicated that the narco cartel located in Pristina was one of the strongest in the world and that the lion’s share of the profit was sent to the Kosovo separatists. The secret drugs route by land and by sea, from Turkey via Bulgaria, Macedonia, Yugoslavia to western Europe was so frequented in 1999 that the agents of CIA called it: Balkan corridor.


Adopted from Marko Lopusina's book Balkan Death: The Albanian Narco-Mafia published in 2000



Marko Lopusina is a veteran journalist from Belgrade and an author of 16 books
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3% now. 30% by 2050. Then 99.90% in 2100. (Europe)

What happened in Turkey (Ultrasecular Islamic Country:
3% in 1500 - 30% in 1700 - 50% by 1750- 65% by 1914 - 99% by 1918 - 99.9% Now.

Number of Christians massacred in 1914-1918 period:
Armenes - 1,800,000
Greeks-500,000
Assyrians- 300,000
Others (Maronites, Georgians)-Not Available.
Armenians, Maronites, Assyrians or Georgians are not Whites. These people never claimed to be White, and have a not Western Culture. Maronites are just Christian Arabs from Lebanon. The Assyrians are a kind of middle eastern nation but only with partially Christian faith. Armenians and Georgians are Caucasian people. There are not Whites in Caucasus, except the Russians.

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About 30% muslims in Macedonia.
Only Albanians are threath.
Your country claim only 22% Albanians. There are even Turks, Romany, Muslim Macedonians(Torbeshi), and Bosniaks. The Albanians are mostly atheist, only a small part of the Albanians are religious. And even between the religious Albanians, the majority are Orthodox Christians followed by the Roman Catholics and only last are the Muslims.

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Balkan Death: The Albanian Narco-Mafia
Feb 15, 2010

By Marko Lopusina |
The network among ethnic Albanian clans, maintained by ancient codes of cruel vendettas, spans the world and equally involves unknown local Albanian clansman as well as the Albanian nobility and the pretender to the throne Albania’s King Zog.

Organized narcotic trafficking has been the dirtiest and the quickest business that makes such a large profit that the business became attractive not only for the criminals but even for certain governments. Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey, Bulgaria, Albania, Columbia and Taiwan have often been linked to official drug trafficking.

There are only three regions in the world producing narcotics today. These are countries in the South-East Asia, Middle East and South America. All other regions in the world are only markets for the resale of drugs produced in Taiwan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Peru, Chile and Columbia. According to the Interpol data, the drug route from the South-East Asia to the consumers markets in Western Europe goes from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran to many centers in Turkey – Istanbul being the most important one. Interpol estimates say that about 90% of heroin confiscated in Europe comes from Turkey over Bulgaria and Macedonia. On that route, first Iranian, then Lebanese and finally Turkish drug network appeared 30 years ago. In the meantime, Bulgarian and Albanian mafia grew up on drug smuggling, using the Balkans roads, air and water ways to enter Europe and America.

Production and distribution of narcotics is the main source of income and the base of power in many South American countries, in the Middle Eastern part of Asia and in the north of Africa. The case of Manuel Noriega from Panama, whose coup in Nicaragua was partly drug financed was rather vocal about the power of drug dealers. In some parts of Asia one third of inhabitants make their living by smuggling drugs that sometimes end up on the streets of cities like Zurich and Amsterdam in Europe where drug addicts live and die in the streets.
In the countries where narco-mafia predominates, power and purpose of government has been eliminated. Money made in trade of drugs, then seeks to get legitimate and is often times invested in many developing programs of rich countries.

In former Yugoslavia, the Albanian mafia made $45 million annually in 1990s by controlling the Turkish drug chain from Istanbul through Zurich to New York. A large chunk of this money returned to Kosovo to finance separatist activities inside the province as well as use the money to buy sympathies from the international NGOs that will implicitly advocate Kosovo Albanian separatist agenda.

Ethnic Albanians were initiated as the couriers for the Turkish and Bulgarian state mafia thirty years ago. These used smuggling of narcotics as the source of financing secret political, military and intelligence service operations. The majority of them were recruited in the “Kosovo triangle” Veliki Trnovac-Preševo-Gnjilane, marked on Interpol map as a black point on world drug routes.

French expert on narcotics, Alen Labrus described Kosovo Albanian drug smuggling operations to the Washington Post as being managed by tough, merciless bands that have displaced Turks as the leading smuggling clan:

“Powerful Turkish clans controlling Europe heroin market, realized that Russian, Caucasian and Albanian narco-mafia have invaded their territory in the last ten years, looking for their part of the market and profit. Kosovo ethnic Albanians have become so strong that they keep under their control 70% of drug market just in Switzerland. The war in the Balkans interrupted previous Yugoslav channels of drug smuggling from the Middle East to Europe, but the agile Albanians have opened new distributive centers in the past 4 years and new passages to the West. The Albanian connection represents a heroin route causing great problems to European policemen and European countries,” said Labrus.

Bloody Karafaka

Story of Karafaka Mehmed-Ali illustrates the nascent steps ethnic Albanian mafia initiated in late 1960s and 70s that led to their predominance in the European drug business and a tragic narco-financed war in Kosovo.

41 years old Karakafa Mehmed-Ali, born in Veliki Trnovac near Bujanovac in Kosovo, organized one of the largest heroin smuggling operations from Turkey, through Yugoslavia to Italy. His partners in Yugoslavia, writes Italian Interpol, were Osmani brothers – Adnan and Fatmir, Latif Memeti and Ismet Arifi, all from Veliki Trnovac, as well as Milka Domazet and Ismet Lenani from Banja Luka.

Karakafa Mehmed Ali was a well known criminal figure in the former Yugoslavia. He was sentenced in 1960s to 4 years and 6 months in jail in Nis for smuggling gold, and in 1972 he was sentenced to 6 years for smuggling ammunition: 100,000 bullets smuggled from Germany.

The members of the Republic Secretariat for the Internal Affairs and Federal Secretariat for the Interior made a plan and discovered activities of “Karakafa’s group”. Italian Interpol informed Federal Secretariat for the Interior that Osmani brothers, Milka Domazet and others stayed in Milan and had contacts with Italian and Arab smugglers. So the Inspectors decided to start dealing with a group from Milka Domazet from Banja Luka where Milka had worked as a waitress for years. She lived with her husband, son and a daughter. She had a car of Reno 16 make and new household appliances, and went ten times abroad within the period of two years.

On March 9, 1981, Karafaka’s partner Milka Domazet took her 18 year old daughter Senka for a World Tour in her French car Reno 16 via Turkey. The same evening they were in Istanbul where Milka got a heroin load inside her car and drove back. The next day, Milka checked in the Hotel Balkan in Belgrade where she made a telephone call to Adnan Osmani in Sofia. Adnan dispatched his brother Fatmir so they can make a fictitious contract of a car sale, supposedly bought here Reno, sat in it with his brother Jakup and started on the second leg of the tour to Italy.

Milka’s vehicle was stopped by Yugoslav inspectors and found hiding place with a tin lid under the back seat 32 plastic packages of 500 grams of cocaine and 16 kg of heroin worth 1.6 million Deutsche Marks. Fatmir, Jakup and Milka were arrested were arrested as well as Milka along with Sabedin Sabedini from Istanbul.

Police was informed, however, that Sabedin is the false name for Karakafa Mehmed Ali, but were surprised that he’d dare come to Yugoslavia.

Sabedini was claiming that it was his real identity, that he was a trader from Istanbul and that he was in Belgrade on business. Only when he was showed his photo with fingerprints taken at his arrest in Nis did he changed his story.

He admitted to be working on behalf of three Turkish citizens having a lab for heroin production in a Turkish town of Gaziantep. The drugs were then transported to Istanbul where ethnic Albanians Latif Memeti and Ismet Arifi from Veliki Trnovac and Salih Lenani and Milka Domazet would transport them to Milan, Italy.

Adnan and Fatmir Osmani were shipping caretakers assuring prompt deliveries. Once Osmani brothers assured Milan deliveries, Karafaka would fly to Milan from Istanbul and sale the heroin to Italian or Arab mob to distribute to streets across Europe. Karafaka would take the money by plane back to Turkey get 50,000 DM for the transport plus a 2% commission on the amount sold in Italy. Adnan Osmani got paid 15,000 DM per delivery while Milka Domazet got under 3,000 DM per delivery plus a free Reno 16.

The District court of Belgrade sentenced Karakafa to 10 years, Adnan Osmani to 4 years, Fatmir to three years, Salih Lenani to four years, Latif Memedi to three years and Milka Domazet to 18 months. 4 Reno 16 cars were confiscated. By the decision of the President of Yugoslavia, Karakafa was released in spring of 1990.

Spanish Connection

On July 18, 1999 Madrid’s newspaper El Mundo reported that the ethnic Albanian mafia in the glitzy Spanish tourist area Sunny Coast finances terrorist activities of the Kosovo Liberation Army, the KLA. Experts at fight against mafia kept warning Spanish government for two years that there was a danger to the Iberian peninsula brought by a large number of Kosovo ethnic Albanians involved in criminal activity on bases of fierce and sometimes brutal clan loyalty. Spanish Defense Secretary, Ricardo Martin Fluja, remarked that there were 16 ethnic Albanian mafia clans in Spain at the time made up of immigrants from the Balkans that illegally sneaked into the Spanish tourist area of Sunny Coast.

“There are about 600 mafia members of Kosovo ethnic Albanians acting in this area, most of them came from Germany from where they have been expelled as the dangerous ones. Kosovo ethnic Albanians’ mafia is extremely violent and aggressive in their search for money. This new mafia brought to Spain the uncivilized way of living and organization. They behave as the members of KLA, carry guns and use them while collecting money for the purchase of new guns for KLA,” said Martin Fluja, Spanish Defense Minister.

The Spanish journalists tried to explain to their readers how the Albanian mafia functioned in Spain.

“All Albanian refugees from Kosovo, and from other parts in Europe, are obliged to pay monthly tribute,” wrote El Mundo and added that one mafia group collected 180 million pesetas in one month, about $1.1 million, for KLA needs.

According to El Mundo, the biggest problem for Spanish police was the fact that there is hardly a dealer who had a legitimate passport. “When we arrest them on charges of drug possession, gun carrying, extortion… we can’t deport them because almost no one possesses a valid passport. Our government has given them the status of refugees and we are helpless.”

This Spanish tacit acknowledgment that the government is not capable of eradicating the Albanian narco-mafia in the country started to endanger the strongest industry- tourism.
Slovak Republic had a similar problem especially since the end of July 1999 when KLA and Albanian authority were legalized in Kosovo by NATO forces that took control over Kosovo. Slovak capital Bratislava became one of the strongest centers of Albanian underground in Europe funneling drug money to Kosovo Albanian separatist groups.

Ethnic Albanian boss for Slovakia, Nedmedin Zeka, got to run the drug action in Slovak capital Bratislava after he wiggled out of sentencing by escaping from the Prague court in May 1999, where the decision had to be made on his extradition at the request of Germany. Zeka hid in Bratislava where he became an owner of an Italian shoe shop Italo that functioned as a cover for his drug activities.

“The special Slovak police forces action failed on July 16, 1999 while preparing the arrest of Nedmedin Zeka, head of the International narco-gang,” reported Bratislava newspapers, Radio & TV. A group of 20 disguised special policemen surrounded a shoe shop Italo belonging to a Kosovo ethnic Albanian. A search of the shop and the apartment was made, some guns were found, as well as two “suspicious” men. The one they were looking for – the head of the International narco-net was not, however, found, and the arrested Albanians were released due to the lack of evidence.

This intervention should have been the crown of a 4 year long international police action under the name Pristina against drug smugglers on the Balkan route from Turkey over former Yugoslavia, Hungary and Slovakia to the Czech Republic from where heroin went on to the West.

Zeka left Bratislava and apparently got promoted into a drug boss for Italy.

In mid 1999 Hungarian police arrested Nedmedin Zeka and handed him over to Italy because Zeka was one of the Albanian gang bosses responsible for criminal action there.
It was apparent that these narco-bosses across Europe were targeted in a coordinated manner. An arrest of another ethnic Albanian boss for Holland, Remzi Canaj, arrested around the same time, attests to this.

Once Rugova, now Taci

KLA: drug money was the headline of an article in the French magazine Poen on July 15, 1999 that explained the way terrorist organization of Kosovo Albanians had been financed. Poen said that it was using information from Geneva security report and concluded that KLA was supported by Kosovo Albanian immigrants in Switzerland and Germany, but the main financing, said the text, originated from drug trafficking.

Poen said that “every employed Kosovar has to contribute SF 4000 for the KLA.” As evidence they quoted Bardhil Mahmuti, one of KLA leaders in Switzerland:

“Since the end of 1998 our money from abroad, either from immigrant workers or gangsters, was used only for the purchase of guns for the fight against the Serbs,” said Mahmuti.

Two of the largest Kosovo Albanian emigrant communities in Europe, the 180,000 strong Swiss and 150,000 German expatriates, financed Kosovo Democratic association headed by Ibrahim Rugova with the contribution amounting to 3% of the earnings, elaborated Poen. According to Poen, the contributed funds financed “40% of the budget of the separatist government in Pristina,” that was led by current president Ibrahim Rugova. Rugova’s primacy in funding got displaced when a para-military group was formed and became the main recipient of the money. The leadership of KLA, most notably Hasim Taci, was taking a cut from donations made to Rugova. Taci was later supported by the Clinton administration.

Despite what the Poen reported in 1998, none of it was of any help for ethnic Serbs in Kosovo. By 1999 the KLA well armed and initiated a sequence of pogroms against ethnic Serbs in Kosovo that triggered equally brutal response from the Milosevic government. Things were quickly to spiral into warfare.

American journalist Nathan Adams wrote in the Reader’s Digest that Bulgaria was willing to accept drugs as payment for sale of arms to countries that desperately wanted them but had no hard currency to pay for them. It was alleged that Lebanon, Iran and Pakistan were paying drugs for arms and that high government officials were involved in this.

According to a document submitted by a Bulgarian colonel Stephan Sverdlov who defected to West during the Cold War, a secret protocol was established in 1967 by the communists in Moscow so that the West will get “corrupted”. Document filed as M120/00-0050: 120/00-0050: “Destabilization of the West society by the narcotics trafficking”.

Adams shows that the decision to “corrupt the West” was made in Moscow in 1967 and, after being adopted by the entire Warsaw bloc, the task had been transformed to the Bulgarian government on July 16, 1970 with instructions on drug and arms routes over the Balkans to the West. The task was given to the Bulgarian state enterprise called Kintex that ostensibly dealt with imports and exports of commercial products but, in reality, was a façade for the Soviet spy activities.

Adams claimed that after the assassination on the Pope, Bulgarian intelligence agents became controlled by the USA and the Moscow directive slowed down via Bulgaria but was transferred to Hungary.

Bulgarian spies claimed that the US, Turkish and Greek spies tolerated Yugoslav drug and arms traffickers and the Albanian immigration on their territories. Bulgarian agents went so far as to claim that the USA even bought heroin from the Albanian smugglers in order to transfer it to the Arab network which they could control more easily and profits from those sales were used by Albanians to finance guns and rifles purchase for Kosovo.

The arrest of Mehmet Saha and Remo Bekoli in Brussels, ethnic Albanian members of the separatist “Kosovo-Republic” movement, illustrates the closure of the loop between drugs and international politics.

For Albanian extremist, a kilo of heroin was worth 20 automatic guns and plethora of Albanian political groups moved drugs, got rich and financed war in Serbia.

The drug route: connecting the cases
On July 12, 1998 in the Danube valley town Vidin, ethnic Albanian Agim Sali arrived at the border point of Bulgaria, Romania and Yugoslavia, on the ferry sailing to Kalafat at the Romanian coast. In his “Fiat Bravo” car with Croatian plates, customs officers discovered 33 hidden packages of heroin weighing 16 kg and 830 grams.

Agim and his Croatian fianc� Adriana Radovan were arrested and taken to Sofia, Bulgaria.

“I let my son run the café in Porec [Croatia], which I had hired before. Agim started going to the catering school in Tetovo but being choked with the diabetes attacks he went to Porec,” thundered Agim’s father Refik Sali who went to Sofia immediately to save his son.

Agim was naïve and easily let to be used by unknown drug dealers claimed father Refik who went on to offer a guarantee, on his own life, that Agim had not been motivated by money because his family was a wealthy one.

A day after Agim Sali had been caught, however, Bulgarian special police arrested the Saids brothers, owners of the restaurant “Grus” in Sofia and bosses of the ramified mob with, among other things, seven policemen as their bodyguards.

Mehmed and Juzmen Said, Kurds of Turkish citizenship, were conduits for Turkish drugs to the West in exchange for weapons to the Kurds. The ethnic Albanian Agim Sali was doing business with the Said brothers.

The Albanian underground, particularly Albanian drug-mafia is organized on the pyramid principle, with the tribe or family head on the top and the whole network of “fis” which in Albanian means brotherhood that is ruled by the head and who take orders only from the head.

Nobody but the head knows who was given an assignment among the “fis” and their members. Ordinary members, couriers who carry drug, are called ants”, it means the beginners in smuggling, and they carry the main burden and the main risk of the illegal trade in Albanian drugs. If they manage to smuggle the drug, they are awarded for it if they do not manage, they stay alone sacrificed for the good of their tribe and their family. The utmost strength of the Albanians is represented by the level of their personal sacrifice in this dangerous and secret business. Own children are used as the “ants” in many cases.

The family relationship is often covered up by members taking the maiden name of their mother or grandmother. This practice creates difficulty for the investigators to map out the international network established by the fis. The confidence in the family is kept by the stringent rules of “besa” (pledge or word of honor), so that deals were made only by the word and enforced at penalty of death.

Interpol was able to penetrate these secret Albanian crime networks in 1998 and reported that the head of such a fis in Italy was Sefcet Dobroluka, an ethnic Albanian from Kosovo, whose business is to smuggle heroin from Turkey. Sefcet’s brother Karcel Dobroluka, who married a Brazilian woman, had a connection with the South American mafia through his wife’s family. In the early 1999, Italians tried to break up the Dobroluka family by the police actions called ” Primo” and ” Black Man”, but the brothers Sefcet and Karcel managed to escape from the police and Italian authorities.

American drug domination

With estimated 60 million addicts, the US is an enormous drug market for the Albanian mafia men.

I was told by the Chicago police that the Albanians in America are only one in many strong links to the Colombian drug distribution link today. They keep New York and there are 60,000 of them in Chicago and Toronto and earn about US$ 50 million per year on heroin. American policemen told me that the Albanian underworld is hard to penetrate because the links are ethnic and compact and deal cruelly with informants.

I managed to meet Chicago policemen of the Drug Enforcement Agency- DEA, who told me about their experiences with Albanian drug dealers. The chief of this Department was Eugen Domart, and his associates Anthony Luna and Raymond Schnoor. Then the lieutenant Domart told me:

“ We are small operative group consisting of eight inspectors whose task is to follow Albanian dealers who work on a small scale up to 2 kilos of drugs. Our last seizure was £750 of heroin and £ 350 of hashish. In the Albanian settlement in Chicago and in the state of Illinois their political organization “Bali Combart” deals in smuggling. Beside Albanians there are Serbs from America in the drug network. Last time three of us managed to bring to the court two Albanians. The first was Besim Hasnama, called Beni, and the other was Faik Gashi, known as Toni. Both of them were members of the Albanian clubs in Chicago and in Toronto. For delinquency and illegal entrance in Canada they have been already brought into court. This time they have been caught while smuggling and reselling the drugs. During investigation and in court they did not say anything because they were afraid that “Bali Kombart” would kill all the members of the family in case they say anything to the police!”

In the archive of this inspector I saw a file of Zenun Djukaj, born in 1952 whose wife’s name is Isabelle and who came to USA from Switzerland. He was 185 centimeters tall, with brown hair and bright eyes – it was written in his file. He was suspected to trade in heroin in Washington by the Chicago police.

“ Zenun Djukaj came to Washington from Zurich in 1991 to his brother Redjep Djukaj. He has already sold 800 grams of heroin and 400 grams of hashish in Washington. Now we have been working on the evidences so that we could arrest him and condemn him”, said Eugen Domart to me.

On the list of drug dealers from the Albanian underworld in the Chicago police there were, as I could see, Erdogan and Arif Kurap from Istanbul, Destan Celikovski from Kicevo. And in USA prisons there were already 30 Albanians condemned for drug smuggling throughout America.

In the USA, the goods were also overtaken by the family members. Daut Kadriovski, born in 1949, Albanian from Skopje, is the biggest supplier of heroin of the American market with the turnover of about several hundred million dollars. Our Police has his file as a drug dealer in former Yugoslavia and Europe. He went to Spain over Yugoslavia, developing his business and finally settled and made his throne in America, organizing his own drug distribution network since 1992. FBI has been looking for him unsuccessfully for 6 years. The wanted circular has been stuck to all federal buildings in the USA.

According to the 1994 testimony of then lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani from New York an American Albanian offered his solicitor $400,000 to “give that money to anyone who would kill Alan Cohen, assistant prosecutor and Jack Delmar, DEA agent” who discovered an Albanian mafia cartel in New York.

American gangsters rarely kill law enforcement officials but even Giuliani was threatened with death. As a result, the FBI initiated an official investigation of Albanian drug cartel in New York and discovered that Albanian drug mafia had their head office in New York borough Bronx, that they had their branches in the Detroit and the suburb of Hamtramck as well as in Massachusetts and Illinois.

“ Albanians in USA have their own distribution network, mainly for heroin. But they very often engage in the same business with South Americans and Sicilians”, said Captain Glen McAlpin from Detroit.

“ Today Albanian drug mafia supplies New York with 30% of heroin coming from Yugoslavia”, said Endrew Fernich, DEA official, a special department for fighting the drug addiction in the USA. “That heroin is being distributed throughout America exclusively by the Albanians and the Turks who use their companies as a cover for this dirty business.”

The case of Skender Fici who ran a tourist agency “The Staten Island” and of Theresa Worldwide was written about in the US media. The story notes that his tourist agency was used for quick and short trips to Yugoslavia and Turkey, where the heroin was bought and then smuggled to America. The first kilo of Fici’s heroin arrived in New York in February of 1979 and the job was done with the clan of Xhevdet Lika called Joe Lika, who had his base for processing and distribution of heroin in the artistic part of Manhattan. The drug sales were carried over Chinese boutiques.

Lika worked alone till 1980, but then he joined Xhevdet Mustafa. Their main financier was Albanian king Zogu who used the drug profit to strengthen his monarchy and crown. After the dispute with Lika at the end of 1982, Mustafa disappeared. Police supposed he was killed by the Albanian drug mafia. New associate of Lika clan was Duja Saljani, the owner of a restaurant in New York.

The weapons of the Albanian king Leka

Albanian king Leka was arrested in Johannesburg early in February 1999, together with three other foreigners who happened to be at his residence in Forveis district. The police raided his house after the anonymous report that the Albanian monk in exile was engaged in illegal arms trade. Police found 70 kalashnikovs of Chinese make, 15,000 bullets, several snipers, hand grenades, land mines and different models of hand bombs in King’s residence. Leka Zogu II was deprived of a diplomatic immunity which he got in South African Union 1o years ago, as he was charged of arms smuggling.

The king of the poorest European country is the heir to the dynasty enthroned by Leka’s father Ahmed Bey Zogoli or Zog I, as he signed himself as a king. He originated from a rich peasant Muslim family from Burgayet. His family origins were from the greatest national hero, legendary army commander Gerge Kastrioti Skenderbeg from Kruya.

In September 1928, at the extraordinary meeting of the Albanian Assembly, Ahmet Bey Zogoli proclaimed Albania the “Democratic, parliamentary and inheriting monarchy”, and himself” the king of all Albanians”. He called himself Zog I. The king Alexander did not come to his coronation because Zog’s title of “the king of all Albanians” was considered in Belgrade as the interference in internal affairs of Yugoslavia, in which about 700,000 Albanians lived then. Under the pressure of France, The Kingdom of Yugoslavia recognized the Kingdom of Albania after 18 days.

On April 28, 1938, King Zog I in his late 44 years, married 19 years younger Hungarian countess Geraldine. Their only child, The prince Leka, was born on April 5, 1939 in Tirana. But only two days later, at the Catholic Good Friday, 40,000 Italian soldiers conquered the whole country and joined it to the Savoy crown of Vittorio Emmanuel III. King Zog I, his wife and son fled through Greece and Turkey loaded with 183 kg of state gold.

Five years later, at the first congress of the Democratic front for liberation of Albania which started on May 28, 1944 in Permet near the border with Greece with all delegates jointly crying:” Down with Zog!”, a law was adopted unanimously, permanently forbidding king and his family to return to the country.

The king Zog I, the queen Geraldina and their son Leka Zog II went to London after the short stay in Turkey, and then in 1945 to Cairo, where their host was the king Faruk.
While in the exile, king Zog I tried to unite dissent Albanian immigration therefore he flew a lot worldwide. He tried with the financial support of England, France and USA to unite the organizations : “Prizren league” and “Legality” and to turn them against the Communist government of Enver Hoxha in Albania.

In order to finance his political work as well as the work of king’s residence, Zog I, with the blessing of the West started to trade and then to smuggle arms which he purchased in Italy. With Faruk’s help, Zog I resold the arms on the black market to the Egyptian army for their war against the Israeli state.

In September 1952, when the revolutionary officers headed by the general Mohammed Nagib, overthrew the monarchy they immediately took diplomatic passports from the king Zog I. The father of the heir to the throne, Leka Zog II, was then accused of amassing money illegally and without paying taxes. Two years later the Zog family was exiled from Egypt in 1954.

After their flight from Africa, the Albanian dynasty was given a political asylum in France. King Zog I died there, in Paris in 1961. Next year, precisely on April 9 1962, according to the Albanian Constitution from 1928, Leka Zog II was crowned a new” king of all Albanians”. The young Leka was then 22 years old. Albanian party newspaper “Zeri e populit” in Tirana published a comment stating that “ the farce was directed by the British and American imperialists and mortal enemies of the Albanian people”.

The new Albanian monarch in exile Leka Zog II finished the primary school in Alexandria, then the secondary school in Switzerland, and two-year study at the Royal Military Academy in England. He acquired the diploma of the Political Economics at the Parisian Sorbon. Frequent migrations and life abroad made king Zog II a polyglot. The Albanian monarch speaks English, French, Spanish, German, and Arabic and uses Portuguese and Hungarian the language of his mother.

In 1975 Zog II married a divorced Austrian teacher, Susan Culen Ward. The queen was born in 1941 and delivered the only boy in Spain in 1982 who was given the name Leka Zog III by the king. In order to have legal right to inherit the Albanian throne, Leka Junior was born in Johannesburg, on March 26, 1982, but on the Albanian territory, in the previous King Consulate. Leka Jr. is today a student at Brinstou, in the South African Union.

The king Zog II had a support even in Spain by the great anti-Communist Generalisimus Francisco Franco. He saw the Bulgarian king Simeon II who was in exile, then Juan Carlos, especially when after Franco’s death he overtook the ruling of Spain.

In the 1970s, Leka’s family moved to Salisbury, the capital of Rhodesia ruled by the apartheid messiah, Jan Smith, the military pilot. He was glad to accept king Leka Zog, because he supplied his racist country with various arms. When the black majority overthrew notorious Smith reign, the Albanian king Leka fled to Johannesburg. The Albanian monarch kept smuggling arms even from there. Zog II was also engaged in illegal political activity trying to win over Albanian immigration in Turkey, France and on the American continent. With the profit made from the arms smuggling, the king Zog II financed anti-Communist organizations “Legality” and “ Balli Cobetar”. In 1991 and 1992 certain western newspapers made public a sensational discovery that Leka’s company sold arms to Croatia, and later to the army of Alija Izetbegovic.

In November 1993, king Leka flew to Tirana, but stayed only for a night. The president, dr Sali Berisha exiled him from the country on the pretext that the Republican government did not recognize the passport of the Kingdom of Albania.
Three years later, when Fatos Nano became the president, king Leka visited Albania in April 1996. At the Rinas airport near Tirana, king Zog II flew in by the private plane from the South Africa.

The king’s visit to Albania was financed by Guri Durolari, the American businessman and Albanian immigrant, then the leader of the Royalist party “Legality”. Both of them hoped to come to power at the democratic election in Albania. King Zog II and the immigrant Guri Durolari with 55,000 monarchists in the election, got only 5% of the votes. Leka was greeted in Tirana in 1996 in the rain, with the police and military cordon, by more than 2,000 people who waved the flags with the crown and his photo on them. Zog II was excited and said: “Whether some want or not , according to the Constitution from 1928, I have come to you as a King of Albania! The country needs a stabilization factor. And the people see that in me!”

His first days in Albania king Leka spent in the apartment of the most expensive Tirana hotel-“Rogner”, in the elitist avenue of National heroes. The price for the night in the royal apartment was $300. Later Zog moved to a residence above Tirana, and hired the office in the Congress palace. When he got used to his country, king Zog II started campaigns throughout Albania in the mid of April 1996. So he reached the southern town Gramsh, located between Elbasan and Corcha.

As an experienced arms smuggler he did not want to miss the opportunity to visit a factory for automatic guns production- “kalashnikovs”- Chinese version, in Gramsh. At that time when there were mass riots in Albania, and when the groups of thieves and protesters robbed military, police and factory storage of arms and ammunition, the price of “Kalashnikovs” dropped in the black market to miserable $5 per piece. King Zog II took advantage of the situation and bought a freight of the stolen arms.

At the moment when the royal line of 5 cars was approaching the center of Gramsh, the protesters began to shoot and threw several bombes at the car of Zog II, thinking that there was some politician. While the policemen were chasing attackers, king Leka with the gun in his hand jumped out of the car ready to fight the assassins. He returned to Tirana, and then very soon to Johannesburg , where he continued arms smuggling.

The investigation should discover the origin of the arsenal found in the residence of King Zog II as well as to confirm that it was meant for the terrorists in Africa or maybe Albania or Kosovo.

South African commentators claim that after depriving king Zog II, the arms smuggler, and his family of the diplomatic immunity, they are likely to be expelled from this country. Then, there will be the trial.

Citing documents of 5 intelligence services, among which was CIA, the journalists of the “Washington Times” published the facts about connection between KLA and network of heroin and cocaine smuggling and trade in Europe and USA with the center in Albania. CIA discovered ties which members of the Albanian mafia had with narco cartels from Pristina. This cartel was run by the members of the Kosovo National Front with the military part being so-called KLA. Analyzes indicated that the narco cartel located in Pristina was one of the strongest in the world and that the lion’s share of the profit was sent to the Kosovo separatists. The secret drugs route by land and by sea, from Turkey via Bulgaria, Macedonia, Yugoslavia to western Europe was so frequented in 1999 that the agents of CIA called it: Balkan corridor.


Adopted from Marko Lopusina's book Balkan Death: The Albanian Narco-Mafia published in 2000



Marko Lopusina is a veteran journalist from Belgrade and an author of 16 books
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July 26, 2010 – 1:28 pm



Bosnia’s Council of Ministers will meet on Tuesday to consider passing a law prohibiting female cloaking but the Bosnian Muslim so-called “Organization for Human Rights – Equality For All” went out to protest.

The protesters were mostly female and the cloaked one in the photo is holding a poster saying “Our niqab, our choice, our right”.

Niqab is the rag used to cloak Muslim female face.

Spokeswoman for the group said that “If that law is accepted we will be forced to break it”.

The sponsor of the law, Drago Kalabic, says that such laws are passed by many European states and the law will bring Bosnia closer to the European standards.

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Aug 29, 2010

Haris Silajdzic, chairman of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s tripartite presidency, said that the policy which Turkey pursued in Balkans was very positive.

Speaking to A.A on Friday, Silajdzic said that he knew that many people in Europe also had positive thoughts about Turkey’s new role in Balkans and Southeastern Europe.

Noting that the formal visit which Turkish President Abdullah Gul would pay in Bosnia-Herzegovina on September 2 and 3 was very important, Slajdzic said that they would discuss all the matters which would be for the interest of both countries.

He said that the tripartite meetings (Turkey-Bosnia-Herzegovina-Serbia and Turkey-Bosnia-Herzegovina-Croatia) were perfect and very successful, adding that such an initiative had not been launched till today.

The role of Turkish government in this issue is very great, added Slajdzic, and said that this role created a new milieu and new relations in the region where all these countries were neighbors.

Slajdzic said that he was pleased with the role of Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu not only in Bosnia-Herzegovina but also in the whole world.

Slajdzic eulogized Turkey’s foreign policy and said that Turkey pursued an open policy for all parts.

He said that this modern policy of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was very successful, adding that Turkey’s policy towards Bosnia-Herzegovina was to strengthen stability, peace, economy and politics.

Noting that NATO membership was important for Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slajdzic said that Turkey played a key role in Bosnia’s inclusion in NATO membership action plan.

Slajdzic also invited Turkish companies to make more business in Bosnia, noting that currently, opportunities for making commerce were very high in Bosnia.

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Chief Imam Ceric widens Bosnia's Jihad net

September 11, 2010 – 4:18 am

Kuwaiti Ambassador to Bosnia inaugurated a Kuwaiti funded mosque while a corresponding Kuwait based Islamic “charity”, the International Islamic Charitable Organization, was passing out Quaran’s to the Bosnian Muslim youngsters who were capable of memorizing the Quaran by heart.

This enlargement of the world-wide Jihadist infrastructure in Bosnia was, according to report by the Kuwaiti Kuna news agency, spearheaded by Bosnia’s Chief Imam Mustafa Ceric.

“The inauguration ceremony of the ‘Ilyash’ Mosque was attended by a host of Bosnian scholars, spearheaded by the country’s Grand Mufti Dr. Mustafa Ceric,” explains Kuna.

Notes The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Report:

Considered by some to be a leading “liberal” Islamic leader, Mustafa Ceric is tied to the global Muslim Brotherhood through his membership in the European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR), headed by Brotherhood leader Youssef Qaradawi and by his participation in the U.K.-based “Radical Middle Way” consisting of a wide range of associated scholars representing the global Muslim Brotherhood.

Established by an Egyptian Sheikh Al-Qaradawi, the International Islamic Charitable Organization (IICO) enjoys full support of Kuwait’s royal family and government. The purpose of the IICO, as described by Al-Qaradawi, is “first and foremost goal was practical resistance to the frenzied wave of Christianization within the Muslim world” by which Al-Qaradawi means spread of Islam as seen by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Dubbed a prominent Islamic scholar and a so-called Global Mufti, Al-Qaradawi says that “I have been affiliated with a group considered by Zionists as their first enemy; it is the Muslim Brotherhood that has provided and still provides martyrs”.

Considered by many to be the central kernel in the worldwide Islamic Jihad, the Muslim Brotherhood has not been found by the Council on Foreign Relations, probably because of the group’s use-value in wide range of global theaters, to have any “direct” terror links.

Nor are there any “direct” links involving Bosnia’s Chief Imam Ceric so the Western insistence that Ceric should be prefixed with the misleading attribute of “moderate” may be Washington’s expression of gratitude for keeping his Islamic terror links “indirect”.

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Sep 11, 2010

The Kuwaiti Joint Relief Committee, and affiliate of the International Islamic Charitable Organization (IICO), will hold an award-giving ceremony here Wednesday night to honor the students in Bosnia and Herzegovina who learnt the Holy Quran by heart.

The ceremony will culminate the cultural activities of organized by the agency during the holy month of Ramadan including a competition on the knowledge about Islam, coordinator of the committee’s cultural activities Hatidja Hodjic told KUNA.

“The ceremony, to take place at Visoko School in a Sarajevo district, will be organized in collaboration with the Justice for All, a Bosnian relief agency,” she said.

Appreciating the firm support of Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) for the Bosnian relief organizations, Hodjic said the KRCS responded positively to the applications for assistance to the needy families and orphans in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

“The KRCS also offers indispensible help for the Bosnian students and sponsors the talented ones not only in Ramadan but also throughout the year,” she pointed out.

The Bosnian Islamic higher committee announced that it will hold a grand ceremony at Hesro Mosque on Thursday, the first day of the Eid Al-Fitr holiday. The ceremony will be aired live by the Bosnian TV and radio stations.

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October 2, 2010 – 3:36 am



Bosnian Imam Mehmed Butkovic has been found guilty of an attempted rape of a a 20-year old servant in his mosque.

Judge gave Imam Butkovic, pictured on the left, 5 months in prison and a 2 year probation.

Imam is charged of attempted rape of a 20-year old A.H. female who was a cleaning servant inside his mosque in Zivnice, a city south of Tuzla.

According to the testimony of the victim, the Imam came onto her and attacked her sexually. She pulled away and ran into the bathroom. Imam chased after her into the bathroom in order to subdue her and rape her but the victim fought him off again, pulled away from the Imam and ran out of the mosque into freedom.

After the sentence, the Imam said that he is powerless in prohibiting anyone of spreading lies about him.
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Very true. The fact is she was not raped. It's only her word against his. Where's the burden of proof?

All men are rapists so the burden is on men to prove their innocence whenever any woman for whatever reason feels like crying rape.
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So now you look to Big Sister to save you. This is exactly how innocent men end up in prison.




Very true. The fact is she was not raped. It's only her word against his. Where's the burden of proof?

All men are rapists so the burden is on men to prove their innocence whenever any woman for whatever reason feels like crying rape.


Who cares? They all deserve death, the Imam and his victim.
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Oct 6, 2010

Bosnian police arrested on Tuesday an Egyptian citizen considered a threat to national security and detained him ahead of extradition to his home country, the security ministry said.

Ahmed Mohamed Elfarahati Othman, who had temporary residence in Bosnia, would be extradited in the “coming days” to Egypt, the ministry said in a statement quoted by Fena news agency.

He would be banned from entering Bosnia in the next five years, it added.

“The arrest was based on the activities of the Intelligence and Security agency (OSA) which declared this Egyptian national a threat to national security of Bosnia,” the statement said without giving further details.

During the 1992-1995 war between Croats, Muslims and Serbs in Bosnia, a large number of volunteers from Islamic nations flocked to the former Yugoslav republic to take up arms.

Many of them stayed on after the conflict and obtained Bosnian citizenship.

Under international pressure, local authorities established in 2006 a government commission to probe conditions under which at least 1,500 people had obtained citizenship during and after the war.

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The head of the European Union mission in Serbia Vincent Degert has said that the EU countries are receiving up to one hundred tons of heroin through the Balkans. Such a situation in criminal activity could prevent the countries in the region joining the EU. “Organized crime and corruption could become an obstacle to joining the EU, if these problems are not resolved appropriately. Serbian Interior Ivica Dacic agrees with him. Speaking at the International gathering of officials from national security councils of 44 countries in Sochi, he said that Europe gets 70-80 percent of heroin from Afghanistan through the Balkans, and criminal groups in the region were involved in drug trafficking.

Although I share the EU concerns of growing drug trafficking in the Balkans, I must emphasize that the current situation has been provoked by several reasons. Drug transportation routes and international criminal activity is linked to regional conflicts. This is the result of the connivance between the EU, NATO and other western organizations in the 80s and 90s when they took the arbitrary decision to redraw the map of former Yugoslavia and neighbouring Albania. The peak of their activity was the formation of the self-declared state of Kosovo. A few days ago the World Bank allocated an additional 30 million U.S. dollars to the Kosovo government to save its budget. Originally, the World Bank said money will be directed to eliminate unemployment, but later, it allowed the Kosovo government to spend the money at its discretion as part of financing general budget needs. Such a move contradicts the traditional tough practice of world banks. The reason here is either unwillingness to go into details of what is happening in Kosovo, or incapability of doing so. In any case, both are very dangerous.

“We often talk with the European and American special services and they are well aware that many criminal groups in Kosovo are engaged in drug trafficking, especially heroin,” Ivica Dacic said. But they do not act according to this information. The West continues to support the Albanian separatists politically and financially. This is a show of double standards towards global threats.

This is clearly a breeding ground for criminal activity that not only neglects existing borders but also capitalizes on outstanding issues of Kosovo, Macedonia, Bosnia and others, says Anna Filimonova, an expert with the Centre for studying the contemporary Balkan crisis at the Institute of Slavic Studies.

“The drug producing and transporting triangle, “Tirana-Pristine-Skopje” is operating in former Yugoslavia, especially in Kosovo where a quasi “Republic of Kosovo” has been formed,” says Anna Filimonova. This is a huge drug trafficking triangle in terms of volume. According to international observers and experts, about 5 tons of narcotics are transported a month through Kosovo,” Anna Filimonova said.

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Oct 11, 2010

Hundreds of Kosovo Muslim Albanians demand that their separatist government reverse its decision to ban use of Muslim headscarf in schools.

Hundreds of Kosovo Muslim Albanians rushed to the streets on Friday to protest against a ban by authorities to wear a Muslim headscarf in school.

The protesters, many of them devout Muslims, chanted anti-government slogans as they walked through the capital, Pristine, to a government building.

Protesters carried banners saying “Stop Discrimination” and “Unveil the mind, not the head.”

One banner read “Yes to Kosovo Democratic Republic, No to Kosovo Anti-Islamic Dictatorship.”

The protesting Muslim Albanians demand that the women be allowed to be cloaked.

“This is an obligation from Allah and I think I will soon join the women here and put on a headscarf,” said one protester.

Most recently, a 16-year old girl was suspended from a high school for wearing a headscarf.

Extremist Islam is spreading among the Albanian Muslims not just in Kosovo but across the Balkans. Albanian Muslims have recently released a song in Albanian language that glorifies terrorist Osama bin Laden.

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Islamic terror, beatings, norm in Bosnian Muslim prisons

Oct 22, 2010

Torture, beatings, fear, cockroaches, attacks on Christian inmates and Islamization are some of the deplorable conditions in Bosnian Muslim prisons and the Bosnian Muslim authorities deny any of it.

“Thirty or 40 years ago, not even the International Red Cross could enter this prison. Today, I can assure you that in this prison, there is no ill-treatment or torture anymore,” said prison director Nihad Spahic said.

Amnesty International says that the Zenica prison is the place of ill-treatment of prisoners.

Zenica’s cell block No. 1 is over 100 years old. It was built when Austro-Hungarian empire annexed Bosnia.

The prison is also known to be a marketplace for weapons and drugs.

In 2008, prisoners used pigeons to bring in the drugs and investigators never found the official who took the pigeons out of the prison to let them fly to the drug suppliers.

Prison is also known for massive brawls between prisoners and the trigger for the fight can be anything.

Former prisoner recently told the Bosnian Muslim media in Livno that the prison is full of weapons, drugs and organized rape.

“Rackets is a norm,” tells this prisoner and adds that it does not stop after a prisoner is freed.

The former prisoner declined to comment on rapes but he said that prisoners had to pay up to 1,000 Bosnian marks to the racketeers in order to get a weekend out of the prison and be with their family.

“Authorities decide from the outside and evil men threaten with death and decide when one can go out for the weekend,” said the prisoner.

The former prisoner also describe the organized Islamization inside the prison and that Christian Croats and Serbs fear for their life as Bosnian Muslims have organized themselves into violent clans inside the prison.

“Croats and Serbs do not have a right to weekend,” said the prisoner.

The former prisoner cited the case of the Bosnian Muslim terrorist, Topalovic who murdered Croatians on Christmas.

“Topalovic who murdered Croats on Christmas has the most superb treatment in the prison, he has a right to a job, and he is allowed to write letters to the families whom he has killed,” said the former prisoner.

In August of 2008, Croat and Serb prisoners in Zenica sent an appeal for help citing Islamic terror inside the cells.

“Our prisoner days have become real hell, and death would for us be salvation,” said the letter of appeal.

The letter says that Christians are routinely beaten on the daily bases inside the prison. Croats and Serbs are also routinely attacked with knives inside the lunchrooms.

Bosnian Muslim authorities, say these prisoners, do nothing about Bosnian Muslim attacks on Christians.

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Nov 8, 2010

Officials and residents of Bosnia and Albania Monday hailed the European Union decision to extend visa-free travel rights to them as a historic decision which marks a step towards a European future.

“This is a historic decision…This is the biggest dream [come true] for Albanians since the fall of communism,” Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha told AFP.

EU interior ministers unanimously gave the green light to allow Albanian and Bosnian citizens with biometric passports to travel to 25 European nations without a visa, but with a tight monitoring system and the possibility of suspending the privilege in case of abuses.

Berisha was quick to ease European fears.

“There will not be an exodus, Albania offers a wealth of possibilities for economic development,” he said, adding that Albania was starting a widespread public campaign to inform its citizens of the conditions for the scheme.

In Sarajevo the international community’s high representative in Bosnia, Valentin Inzko, said a “heavy burden” has been lifted for the country.

“Visa liberalization…brings Bosnia and Herzegovina and its citizens closer to the European homeland to which they belong,” Inzko, who is also the EU envoy, said.

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Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that Bosnia-Herzegovina's welfare, stability and future was as important as Turkey's.

Wednesday, 24 November 2010 10:26

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Tuesday that Bosnia-Herzegovina's welfare, stability and future was as important as Turkey's.

Davutoglu and Bakir Izzetbegovic, a member of the Tripartite Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina, held a joint press conference in Ankara on Tuesday following their tete-a-tete meeting.

Bakir Izzetbegovic is a great friend of Turkey. Bakir Izzetbegovic is the son of late Aliya Izzetbegovic. For us, the name Izzetbegovic is a strong voice of humanity's conscience. Izzetbegovic is one of the greatest leaders of recent decades not just in the Balkans but in the whole world, Davutoglu said.

Turkey, with all its means, is the defender of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Aliya Izzetbegovic's legacy. Bosnian state's welfare, stability and future is important just as Turkey's. The Turkish people and state will continue to support and be on the side of Bosnia-Herzegovina today, tomorrow and forever, Davutoglu said.

Bosnia-Herzegovina's success and assuring its welfare and stability happens to be a test for Balkan countries, the EU, NATO and the UN. We follow closely the process in Bosnia-Herzegovina after the elections of October 3. I hope that the political parties in Bosnia-Herzegovina will come together and form a strong and stable government, Davutoglu stressed.

We will make great efforts so that peace prevails between all ethnic and religious groups in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Last year, we initiated the Bosnia-Herzegovina-Turkey-Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina-Turkey-Croatia trilateral mechanisms and made important progress, Davutoglu underlined.

We made great efforts so that Bosnia-Herzegovina receives the NATO Membership Action Plan (MAP). I brought up the matter during the recent NATO Summit in Lisbon in a meeting of foreign ministers, Davutoglu said.

Bakir Izzetbegovic, in his part, said that his first official trip overseas since assuming office has been to Turkey.

Turkey established serious and masterful relations in the Balkans and took good steps, Izzetbegovic said.

We are highly pleased with the support we get from Turkey in NATO and European institutions. I thank Turkey for contributing to the re-construction of Bosnia-Herzegovina following the war. Bosnia-Herzegovina is on its feet thanks to you. Turkey is a factor for stability and security in the Balkans. Turkey is a great assurance for peace in our country, one that has various ethnic groups, Izzetbegovic said.

Security is crucial for economic development and investments. I invite Turkish investors to Bosnia-Herzegovina and assure them that we will provide all convenience when they come, Izzetbegovic also said.
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High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina Valentin Inzko thanks Turkey for its efforts for reconciliation in the Balkans and says Ankara adopts a ‘balanced approach’ in its endeavors compared to some critics. He says it is equally active with Bosnia as well as with Serbia, Croatia and Russia


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The high representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina on Monday praised Turkey’s active involvement in the Balkans, especially in Bosnia, a country he said was inching toward Euro-Atlantic integration. But he dismissed concerns that Ankara was playing a one-sided game.

“Some people say Turkey is playing a one-sided role. This is, of course, not true,” Valentin Inzko, the international high representative who holds protectorate powers in Bosnia, told a small group of journalists in Ankara before his official meetings at the Turkish Foreign Ministry.

Turkey is playing an active role in the region and has accelerated its diplomatic efforts through two separate mechanisms, one involving Turkey, Bosnia and Serbia and the other Turkey, Bosnia and Croatia. This close engagement, however, has drawn criticism from some who argue that Ankara is holding the rights of Muslims, also called Bosniaks, above other groups in Bosnia.

“I don’t share this concern, but there was this impression in certain circles, not from my side,” said Inzko. “I think it is not true and I don’t think any country in the world is doing a good policy if it is one-sided and supporting just one part of the population.”

He said he had proof that Turkey has adopted a “balanced approach.”

“There is a sharp increase in relations between Turkey and Serbia, which is Orthodox. Turkey has huge trade relations with Russia, which is also Orthodox,” said Inzko.

Bosnia’s Izzetbegovic set to visit Turkey

The high representative’s visit comes in the aftermath of the October general elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where effort to form a government are still ongoing. Inzko said it could take until February.

“We hope that we will not have a more fragile situation, but rather a stronger one,” he told reporters.

Bakir Izzetbegovic, who was elected one of the three presidents of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is expected to arrive in Ankara late Monday for unofficial talks, Turkish diplomatic sources told the Hürriyet Daily News & Economic Review. Izzetbegovic, son of Bosnia’s late wartime president Alija Izzetbegovic, was elected as the Bosniak member of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Presidential Council, a three-member mechanism with one Bosniak, one Croatian and one Serb elected by direct popular vote for a four-year term. The presidency of the council rotates every eight months.

Fate of Office of High Representative

The situation of the Office of the High Representative, created by the Dayton Peace Agreements in 1996, is a source of contention. Since 2006, rumors have spread that the office would be shut down, undermining the credibility of the representative.

“Only the Peace Implementation Council can decide on the closure,” said Inzko. “And I don’t think a decision will be taken.”

Turkey, a member of the Peace Implementation Council, which oversees the implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreement of Nov. 21, 1995, that ended the war in Bosnia, keeps its ties with the office at the highest level and warns against a speedy decision on its fate.

Inzko said the council was made up of 12 countries, from Russia to the United States, from Turkey to European countries, which had divergent views.

“It is not always easy to get unanimous agreement on an issue if you have divergent countries, but we are still working on it,” he said. “We cannot stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina forever, but of course at the moment we are still there because we have a job to fulfill. It has not been completed yet.”


High representative compliments FM Davutoğlu

Bosnia’s internationally appointed governor, Valentin Inzko, said he has been in Sarajevo for 18 months and seen Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu in the country maybe six times.

In an anecdote, he said Turkish Ambassador to Sarajevo Vefahan Ocak was talking about getting telephone calls from Davutoğlu five times a day.

“I told him, ‘You are really a poor guy.’ He said, ‘Valentin, my colleagues in Lebanon, Syria and Iran … they are also poor guys. They also get these telephone calls.’ Davutoğlu is really active. He is in New York, in Brussels and sometimes in Ankara,” said Inzko. “I will ask him today [Monday] if he is sleeping at all.”
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Bosnian Muslim praises Kuwait

Dec 5, 2010

Outgoing chairman of the presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a Bosnian Muslim, Haris Silajdzic, called praised the emir of Kuwait saying that the “world of today is full of troubles and in need of wise men such as His Highness the Kuwaiti Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.”

“Amir is an example to follow in wisdom, balanced views and great insight into the international politics,” Silajdzic said.

Kuwaiti Islamic charities have long established bases in Bosnia. ISlamic charities are often used as launching pads for Islamic terror.

“During the meeting I’ve told Ambassador Al-Khalaf that the Bosnian people and government held in high esteem HH the Amir for his constant support particularly at times of hardship,” Silajdzic said.

Ambassador Al-Khalaf briefed Silajdzic on Kuwait’s foreign policy with regard to the aid for friendly countries with emphasis on the International Donors and Investors Conference for East Sudan, which concluded in Kuwait on Thursday.

“Under the wise leadership of HH the Amir, the State of Kuwait plays a leading role in helping the needy countries. On their part, the Bosnian firms are ready to engage in the reconstruction of Sudan in coordination with Kuwait,” Silajdzic said.

The Bosnians look forward to working with the Kuwaitis in all domains with a view to serving the common interests of the two countries,” he said.

“The State of Kuwait was among the first countries which backed and recognized the independence of BiH at the United Nations. Kuwait backs up the economic recovery in the developing countries through writing off their debts, thus providing an example to be followed by the other rich countries,” Silajdzic said.

December 5, 2010
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