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Old July 8th, 2013 #1
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Inspired, or maybe that is an improper word in this context, by the recent arrests in Italy I open this thread where I will post news of shiptar activities so that people get a better grasp of the probelm that these muslim primitives present, not only to Serbia, but to Europe, and all countries in which they reside/dwell.

OK here we go, just in, fresh news


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Greece: Hunt for Albanian escapees biggest police op of decade

By Katerina Nikolas
Jul 7, 2013 -

The hunt for the Albanian prisoners who escaped from a Greek prison in March has turned into the largest police operation of the decade. Since the escape the convicts have been on a spree of robbery and murder.

These are the kind of events that inspire movies. Greek police have launched the biggest manhunt in a decade as they pursue the fugitives that escaped from Trikala prison as they make their way to the Albanian border through the mountainous terrain of northern Greece.
Three of the original 11 escapees were apprehended shortly after the mass escape. Another was shot dead, along with an uncle who aided the escape, just over a week ago. Media has reported the escapees planned to spring another Albanian compatriot from another Greek jail but their plans were thwarted.
The Albanian criminals have committed the cold blooded murder of a policeman in Dostimo, and shot 25-year-old Katerina Zogali dead. They were also responsible for a one million euro bank heist in May. Altogether they have been linked to 69 robberies since their escape.
According to Proto Thema the seven remaining fugitives have been living like wild animals in the mountains for the past 20 days, as they edge closer to Albania. They are being tracked with thermal cameras. Newsit reports that the police operation is hampered by the number of tourists in the area that could be used as hostages by the armed criminals.
The drama continues to unfold as police intensify their searches despite the risk of facing dangerous men armed with Kalashnikovs.
Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/articl...#ixzz2YSFMI3n9
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As Italy was kind of the trigger for this thread let us go back in time some 22 years to 1991 and see what was happening. Keep in mind this was before the US/NATO engineered Kosovo 'crisis'.

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20th Anniversary of the Arrival at Bari, Italy of 15,000 Albanian Boat People

Twenty years ago, on 8 August 1991, several ships carrying approximately 15,000 Albanian migrants succeeded in entering the port of Bari, Italy. The Italian government’s response was harsh. Most of the Albanians were detained in a sports stadium without adequate food, water, or access to bathrooms. Italian authorities dropped supplies to the detained migrants by helicopter. Within several weeks most of the migrants were deported to Albania. Their harsh treatment was criticised by human rights organisations and the Pope, but was justified by the Italian government as necessary to deter further irregular migration from Albania.

Excerpts from the 27 January 1992 PACE Report on the Exodus of Albanian Nationals:


THE MASS EXODUS FROM ALBANIA

13. Albania’s forty years of isolation from the rest of the world, combined with its disastrous economic, social and political situation, have had a traumatic effect on its citizens. They feel overwhelmed by hopelessness in the face of Albania’s domestic situation, and although their knowledge of other countries is based solely on what they have heard, or seen on Italian television, they long for the opportunity to start a new life abroad.

14. This general mood became evident after mid-1990 when increasing numbers of asylum-seekers started to leave the country. Distressing images reminded the public in the rest of Europe of a part of the continent which they had forgotten existed.

15. In July 1990, Western embassies in Tirana were besieged by large numbers of Albanian nationals. Some 5 000 people sought to leave the country. Thanks to the mediation of international organisations, and after intensive negotiations, a large number of them managed to obtain visas and were granted political asylum in several European countries, particularly Germany, Italy and France. Some have apparently since returned to Albania.

16. At the end of 1990, some 3 000 Albanian nationals had arrived in Greece by crossing the border between the two countries without meeting any resistance from Albanian border guards. By mid-March 1991, 20 000 Albanians, many of them of Greek ethnic origin, were estimated to have entered Greece. Some of these Albanian nationals have applied to the Greek authorities for political asylum. However, interviews of asylum-seekers have shown clearly that the exodus was not politically motivated but directly linked to the difficult situation prevailing in Albania. The Greek authorities granted work permits to those who found a job and temporary residence permits to the others. Repatriation programmes for all those wishing to return voluntarily were carried out in close co-operation with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

17. On 5 March 1991, a large number of Albanians gathered before the German, French, Greek and Italian Embassies in Tirana, where it was rumoured that visas were going to be distributed. The following day (according to various sources), several boats left the Albanian port of Durres with 20 000 Albanians on board.

18. On 7 March 1991, Albanian ships began arriving at ports in southern Italy (Brindisi, Bari, Otranto and Monopoli). In spite of the Italian authorities’ public refusal to allow the Albanians to land, many managed to do so.

19. On the following day, 8 March 1991, hygiene on the boats had deteriorated to such an extent that landing was unavoidable. Crowds of Albanians settled on the quays of Italian ports to await aid which took several days to arrive, as the Italian authorities were overwhelmed by their sheer number.

20. The Italian authorities claim that 20 000 Albanians arrived in Italy between 7 and 10 March 1991. Negotiations between the authorities in Tirana and Rome subsequently brought the exodus to an end, and Italy has undertaken to discuss with Albania how to eliminate its root causes.

21. Also in March 1991, an undetermined number of Albanians of Serbian and Montenegrin origin attempted to enter Yugoslavia illegally.

22. In June 1991, the Albanian authorities requested the United Nations Development Programme to organise an interagency mission in order to undertake an assessment of Albania’s urgent humanitarian needs. In the field of migration, the mission concluded that the great majority of Albanians who had left the country were seeking improved economic conditions and recommended to the Albanian government that it provide incentives so as to encourage Albanians to remain in their country.

23. During the first days of August 1991 thousands of Albanians reached the western port of Durres and the southern port of Vlora, in the hope of going on board ships that would take them to Italy.

24. The Albanian authorities tried in vain to prevent its citizens from leaving the country by putting the ports under military control and halting passenger trains.

25. On 8 August 1991 an estimated 10 000 Albanian nationals aboard several ships forced their way into the port of Bari in the south-east of Italy and approximately 1 000 into the port of Otranto. Moreover, 675 Albanians aboard two other ships who tried unsuccessfully to land at ports in Sicily, were diverged to Malta and later returned to Albania.

26. After several hours of waiting in the port of Bari, the Italian authorities allowed the Albanians to disembark for humanitarian reasons and led them to La Vittoria Sports Stadium. As the Italian authorities started forced repatriation using military transport planes and ferries, clashes broke out between policemen and Albanians. The Albanians barricaded themselves in the stadium refusing to return to their country; some 300 succeeded in escaping.

27. The Italian authorities offered the Albanians 50 000 lire (40 US dollars) each and new clothes if they would return home. As this offer did not attract the Albanians, forced repatriation continued.

28. At the same time the Italian Government increased its financial aid to Albania. Right after the repatriation operations food and emergency aid was sent to Albania. On 12 August 1991, the European Community announced an extra 2,3 million US dollars of emergency aid to be used to buy food and medicines.

29. The large majority of Albanians arriving in Italy were claiming to be looking for work and escaping the poor economic situation in their country. The failure to repatriate the 7 000 Albanians who arrived in March 1991 as well as rumours of an immigration agreement between Albania and Italy seemed to encourage this last flow.

30. All of Europe witnessed the dramatic scenes, captured on television news, showing the Albanians being expelled by Italian officials. Although repatriation was legally justified, the way in which the operation was conducted was problematic. The vast majority of the Albanians, according to their accounts of the exodus, fled their country because they felt “buried alive” there. They explained that when the news spread like wildfire that it was possible to leave Albania, lorries were seized in the ensuing rush, ships commandeered, and their crews forced to set sail. It was a form of mass psychosis. It is difficult to determine whether this psychosis was triggered deliberately; rumours suggest that this was the case, but there is no conclusive evidence to support this.

31. The Albanians’ deportation from Italy was beset with problems, and on a number of occasions the police were deployed. The Albanians were particularly distressed to find that despite promises from the Italian authorities to allow some of them to travel to new homes in Italy, they were still sent straight back to Albania.

32. It should be noted, however, that the Italian authorities provided the Albanians with food, clothing and some money.

33. Although there was remarkable sympathy for the Albanians in Italy, the official Italian position was that these persons were seeking economic betterment in Italy and consequently could not be considered as political refugees.

34. From 15 to 17 August the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and UNHCR sent a joint mission to Albania. It discussed with the Albanian authorities issues related to migration, such as:

- the continuation of voluntary return projects from neighbouring countries;

- the planned and orderly emigration of a small number of Albanians to work in industrialised countries;

- the implementation of an information project aimed at informing Albanians of the economic and social situation in neighbouring countries;

- the need to promote, in the mid-term, the reinsertion of returning Albanians, through appropriate vocational training before their return.

35. It must also be recalled that, at the request of the Italian authorities, IOM and UNHCR, in conjunction with the Italian Red Cross, established a programme of voluntary return. As at the end of August 1991, 1 130 Albanians had been assisted by IOM in their voluntary return. The programme was financed by the Italian Government.

36. By the end of December 1991 more than 200 000 Albanians were estimated to have left their country since the exodus began in July 1990. However, the UNHCR considers this figure could be substantially higher.

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Vlora” ship arrival in the Italian shores with 20.000 Albanians on board



ITALY. Apulia. Brindisi. Albanian refugees. 1991.
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Shiptar from New York State rapes dog

http://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=150338

The above thread also includes other shiptar activities, like islamic blood feud murders, beheadings of pregnant girlfriends, bride bashings, shiptar crime gangs being most feared foreign gangsters in Scotland, and just your typical wholesome stuff.
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Arrested yesterday in the early hours of Chios, the two Albanians aged 26 and 45 years and in weight formed file for the rape of 25 years of their compatriot. As denounced the 25year last night while he was with his two compatriots in 26 year old car, outdoors in Chios, the two men she was forced, under threat of violence, to intercourse. Those arrested will be brought to the First Instance Court Prosecutor Chios, while questioning do Subdivision Security Chios.


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Serbian, racially Albanians are mostly white, right? To what extent did they mix with the Turks? Looking at random pics I would say the majority of them (or maybe about half) look pretty unmixed, actually. Hard to say.
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Serbian, racially Albanians are mostly white, right? To what extent did they mix with the Turks? Looking at random pics I would say the majority of them (or maybe about half) look pretty unmixed, actually. Hard to say.
I guess Chechens and some Turks are also racially 'white'.

Do you want them in your country?
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They seem like a mixed bag> Latinised Daco Thraco-Illyrian-Macedo-Istro Romanian rebels, who may have had Jewish origin because some of them had Jewish names. Stir in europoid and a dash of serb

Y-Dna haplogroup frequencies in Albanians from Kosovo with haplogroup E1b1b and its subclades representing 47.4% of the total:

E-V13 - 43.85% Paleo-Balkan (Illyrican soldiery)

J2 - 16.70% (Dagestan Jew)

R1b - 21.10% (Western European)

R1a - 4.42% (Slav)

I - 7.96%

Note * Higher than average densities
occur in the Caucasus. Darginians of
Dagestan 58% and Abkhazians 33%.
Highest frequency in Northern
Germany 37.5%, Norway 40%.

Computing the frequency of common point mutations of the present-day European population with the Thracian population has resulted that the Italian (7.9%), the Albanian (6.3%) and the Greek (5.8%) have shown a bias of closer genetic kinship with the Thracian individuals than the Romanian and Bulgarian individuals (only 4.2%).
The theory that Albanians were related to the Illyrians was proposed for the first time by the Swedish historian Johann Erich Thunmann in 1774. The scholars who advocate an Illyrian origin are numerous. There are two variants of the theory: one is that the Albanians are the descendants of indigenous Illyrian tribes dwelling in what is now Albania. The other is that the Albanians are the descendants of Illyrian tribes located north of the Jireček Line and probably north or northeast of Albania.

Ptolemy Ptolemy
also mentioned the Illyrian tribe named Albanoi.


Obsolete theories

Caucasian theory (Obsolete?)

One of the earliest theories on the origins of the Albanians, now considered obsolete, identified the proto-Albanians with an area of the Caucasus referred to by classical geographers as "Albania", which roughly corresponds with modern-day Azerbaijan. This theory supposed that the ancestors of the Albanians migrated westward to the Balkans in the late classical or early Medieval period. The Caucasian theory was first proposed by Renaissance humanists who were familiar with the works of classical geographers, and later developed by early 19th century French consul and writer François Pouqueville. It was rendered obsolete in the 19th century when linguists proved that Albanian is an Indo-European, rather than Caucasian language.

Pelasgian theory

Another obsolete theory on the origin of the Albanians is that they descend from the Pelasgians, a broad term used by classical authors to denote the autochthonous inhabitants of Greece. This theory was developed by the Austrian linguist Johann Georg von Hahn in his work Albanesiche Studien in 1854. According to Hahn, the Pelasgians were the original proto-Albanians and the language spoken by the Pelasgians, Illyrians, Epirotes and ancient Macedonians were closely related. This theory quickly attracted support in Albanian circles, as it established a claim of predecence over other Balkan nations, particularly the Greeks. In addition to establishing "historic right" to territory this theory also established that the ancient Greek civilization and its achievements had an "Albanian" origin. The theory gained staunch support among early 20th century Albanian publicists. This theory is rejected by scholars today.

Italian theory

Laonikos Chalkokondyles (c. 1423–1490), the Byzantine historian, thought that the Albanians hailed from Italy. The theory has its origin in the first mention of Albanians, made by Attaliates (11th century): "... For when subsequent commanders made base and shameful plans and decisions, not only was the island lost to Byzantium, but also the greater part of the army. Unfortunately, the people who had once been our allies and who possessed the same rights as citizens and the same religion, i.e. the Albanians and the Latins, who live in the Italian regions of our Empire beyond Western Rome, quite suddenly became enemies when Michael Dokenianos insanely directed his command against their leaders..."
 
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The theory of relation to the Illyrians is a joke.

ALBANIAN AND CHECHEN:

Albanian is classified as an non-IE(Indo-European) language because no one has been able to classify it into any group, and this is because no one has yet studied all the Cucasian languages. As soon as linguisists begin to study the Cucasians languages they will realize the similarities with Albanian. Albanian might have IE sounding words, but its basic structure and syntax are more similar to Chechen and Udish than to any IE language. Many Albanian words do sound Indo- European, because Albanian has borrowed over 80% of its vocabulary, more than any other European language.

The Chechen language is strikingly similar to Albanian. They both have similar grammar and similar sounds such as SQ, PSHQ, which are not common in any IE languages, but are very common in caucusus languages like Chechenian. I believe that the Chechens and Albanians are cousins, there is just so much evidence to support it.

CHECHENIA=ICHQERIA
ALBANIA=SHQIPTERIA
Chechen=aakharkho,Albanian=katundar,English=peasan t
Chechen=alsamoo,Albanian=me shume,English=more
Chechen=aagan,Albanian=eker,English=wild
Chechen=aara dalan,Albanian=jashte dal,English=get out
Chechen=aaradaqqa,Albanian=terhoqa,English=withdra w
Chechen=aaradovlilla,Albanian=rrugedalje,English=e xit
Chechen=aare,Albanian=rrafsh,English=plain
Chechen=arzha,Albanian=zeze,English=black
Chechen=aaz,Albanian=ze,English=voice
Chechen=baarz,Albanian=varr,English=grave
Chechen=banka,Albanian=burre,English=man
Chechen=baar,Albanian=arre,English=nut
Chechen=bashkhan,Albanian=shkelqyer,English=excell ent
Chechen=bekhka,Albanian=borxh,English=debt,obligat ion
Chechen=bil ma,Albanian=fal me,English=im sorry
Chechen=besan,Albanian=zbehte,English=pale
Chechen=buha,Albanian=buf,English=owl
Chechen=cham,Albanian=shijshem,English=tasty
Chechen=yaalla,waala,Albanian=eja,English=come here
Chechen=chu,Albanian=hyj,English=get in
Chechen=daago,Albanian=djeg,English=burn
Chechen=dahiita,Albanian=dergoj,English=send
Chechen=dehndi,Albanian=gjedhe,English=cattle
Chechen=dain,Albanian=drite,English=light
Chechen=daakhkan,Albanian=gjendem,English=located
Chechen=delqa,Albanian=dreke,English=lunch
Chechen=dowgha,Albanian=djeges,English=hot
Chechen=duq,Albanian=aq,English=so many
Chechen=dyelkha,Albanian=kerkoj,English=to cry
Chechen=eskar,Albanian=ushtri,English=army
Chechen=ghaighanii,Albanian=hidheroj,English=make sad
Chechen=ghaala,Albanian=kala,English=castle
Chechen=gaalat,Albanian=gabim,English=mistake
Chechen=ghishto,Albanian=ngrehine,English=building
Chechen=gharlima,Albanian=ngrirje,English=freezing
Chechen=goola,Albanian=gju,English=knee
Chechen=hakkha,Albanian=terheq,English=draw
Chechen=hoqa,Albanian=kete,English=this
Chechen=hostam,Albanian=gozhde,English=nail
Chechen=khalkhar,Albanian=kercej,English=dance
Chechen=khan,Albanian=kohe,English=time
Chechen=khasbesh,Albanian=kopesht,English=garden
Chechen=keeda,Albanian=qetem,English=cut
Chechen=khena,Albanian=kohe,English=weather
Chechen=khila,Albanian=qene,English=been
Chechen=khilam,Albanian=kam,English=have
Chechen=kho,Albanian=koqeve,English=egg
Chechen=kog,Albanian=kembe,English=leg,foot
Chechen=Iighana,Albanian=Inatosur,English=Angry
Chechen=nana,Albanian=nene,English=mother
Chechen=Ysh,Albanian=Ishin,english=they were
Chechen=shu,Albanian=ju,English=you
Albanian is non-Indo-European language...
Unfortunately it does not belong to any main branch of IE languages(its isolated).

Albanian language and its origins are great mystery.There where no written inscriptions in Albanian until very late middle ages(end of 14 century).
"It's simply a derivative of Illyrian dialects"
How do we know that?
There are very little inscriptions on Illyrian language(actually few sentences on tombstones).Not enough for linguistic reconstruction.


1.There is absolutely no empirical evidence that Albanians are descendants of Illyrians.
2.Since Albanian origins are mystery,some anthropologist made assumptions that Albanians COULD BE descendants of Illyrians.
3.This was accepted offcourse by Albanian nationalists as exuse for highjacking of territories.
4.Albanians where not mentioned in Byzantine(or Serbian)chronicles until 12 century.If they are such old and aboriginal people,Greeks would surely mentioned them before.
5.Illyrians ceased to exist as recognizable entity in the time of Augustus(when they where finally subjected to Roman rule).
6.Center of Illyrian world was Dalmatia and Bosnia,not Albania.
7.Albania was one of first territories subjected to Roman rule in Balkans.Before that it was mostly under the rule of Hellenistic rulers.
8.Pre Roman Illyrian artefacts shows great influence of classic Greek culture.Illyrian pottery and weaponry are exact copy of Greek ones.
9.Illyrians,like Gauls,Thracians,Iberians where subjected to ROMANISATION.
10.Romans have often colonised Italic settlers in occuping territories,and peoples from other parts of empire.Romans have mostly marry to local population.
11.Emperor Tiberius have collonised over 100.000 SARMATIANS in territory of Illyricum.In territory of Balkans we can also see remnants of Roman cities,fortifications and senatorial villa's.
12.Illyricum became just historic name of province.In Roman 'melting pot' almost all population accepted Latin language,which was in common use became 'vulgarised'-(Latinus Vulgaris).From that 'vulgar latin',we have today modern Latin languages.
13.Rome was urban,dinamic society(similar to modern USA).In USA although different in origins,all population speaks English language.In Rome all population spoke Latin(in various forms).
14.It is impossible that some isolated Illyrian tribe in Albania coud preseve their language.Romania(Dacia)was under Roman rule around 100 years,yet entire Romanian population speaks Latin-derived language.Albania was under rule of Hellenic Macedonia,and later under Roman.Yet Albanian language doesent shows any linguistic influence from ancient Greek,or classic Latin..
15.Albanian language have some influences from MODERN Greek and ITALIAN.
16.Fragments on Messapian(Illyrian dialect of south Italy),shows absolutely no similarities to Albanian.It is confirmed,by linguists that Messapian was surely Illyrian dialect,since Messapians where mentioned as Illyrians in ancient sources.Messapians used ancient Italic(Etrurian)alphabet.
17.Messapian(and other fragments)shows CENTUM Indoeuropean synthaxical structure.
18.Albanian is SATEM(like Slavic,Baltic,Sanskrit,ARMENIAN,KURDISH,IRANIAN,PA SHTUN,HINDI..etc).
CENTUM languages are LATIN,HELLENIC(Greek),CELTIC,PHRYGIAN,HITITE,GERMA NIC..etc.
19.It is impossible that SATEM language be descendant of CENTUM language.
This was also confirmed by Albanian researcher Dr.Kaplan Resuli in his interwiew for Macedonian press agency...
Link..http://www.unitedmacedonians.org/ma...an_english.html
20.Illyrians where best legionaires in Roman empire,and they became fanatic defenders of empire.All of them considered themselves as Romans.
21.Roman emperor Diocletian was of Illyrian origins,and his name was DIOCLES.Not Fatmir,Hoti,Skeljzen,Hashim etc...
22.We still have today people that speaks Latin derived languages,those are AROMANIANS and VLACHS.They live in Dalmatia,Serbia,ALBANIA,Bulgaria and Greece.
23.Funny enough Vlachs and Aromanians where mentioned as ONLY non Slavic group in medieval Serbia.
24.First time when Albanians(Arbanasi)where mentioned was in late 12century as nomadic sheperds.
25.Albanians weren't even a majority in Albania until 17 century,until they massacre Aromanians(true descendants of Illyrians)and burn Moscopolis,their centre.
26.Until some foreigners created Illyrian theory of Albanian origins,Albanians themselves didnt know nothing about their origins.Almost all of them where illiterate.Hard contrast with Illyrian Romans which where literate(literacy was high in Roman empire).
27.All Balkan latins called themselves 'ROMANI'-Romans.From that we have state ROMANIA-land of Romans.During the Byzantine times they accepted Greek surnames,other preserve old.
28.Albanians call themselves SHQIPTARI,not 'ALBANI',or any others...
29.South slavs have more absorbed Illyrian blood,then Albanians,which came from Caucasus.
30.Before Albanians 'highjacked'Illyrians,SERBS where mentioned as their descendants...
http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15367a.htm
"Serbian or Illyrian"
This is from 19 century Catholic encyclopedia.
Albanians then identyfied themselves with Ottoman empire.
31.There is no archaelogical evidence of transition between Illyrians and Albanians.
32.There is however evidence of transition from Illyrian to Roman to Byzantine,then evidence of Slavic settling,medieval Serbian remnants,but there is no Albanian material remnants until 15 century!
33.Serbians are SLAVIC,but they have more Illyrian ellements absorbed then Albanians.For example Roman emperor Maximinus II DAIA was of Illyrian origins.We have Serbian surname 'DJAJA'...
Serbian customes have strong PAGAN origins of both Slavic and Roman origins.
34.For example 'Rusalje',where people dance in circle,and in middle of circle is a woman which falls into trance,where she had contacts with spirits.This old custome(almost wanished now)is direct descendant of dyonisian mysteries.Then 'KOLEDARI'festival which marks begginigng of spring.People wears measks and bells and they sing.Exact same custome existed in Rome,which marks beginning of spring,where people also wear masks and bells and sing-this custome was 'CORIBANTES'in honour of godess Cybelle.
35.In Serbian folk tales,often is mentioned tsar(emperor)TROJAN,which he aws mentioned as godless(pagan),powerfull emperor.Trojan is Roman(pagan)emperor TRAJAN.This is also evidence of historic memory,and historic transition in Serbian nations.Albanians dont have any memory before the times of Skenderbeg(15century)-their first and ONLY historic figure who they usurped.
36.Albanian language is very close to UDISH(circassian ALBANIAN),Albanian surnames are identical with Chechen.
About caucasian Albania..
http://www.karabakh-doc.gen.az/ru/a...le/ap010eng.htm
37.Albanian surnames...GEGAI,AHMETI,BASHKIRI,TACHI,MALICHI,HAR ADINAI,RUGO VA,MEHMETI,MULJAI,SUFLJAI..etc
Chechen surnames have added slavic suffixes EV,OV,on original surnames in Tsarist days.
BASAI(EV),DUDAI(EV)...
38.Albanian
clan structure is IDENTICAL to Caucasian(Chechen,Azeri,Cherkez).
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Greece, killed an escaped prisoner

Albanian prisoner, who was six months ago escaped from prison in Trikala in northwest Greece, was killed in a clash with police in the mountainous area of ​​Epirus. Wounded and a police officer.

An Albanian who in March allegedly escaped from a prison in central Greece with a group of other prisoners, was killed this morning in a clash with police, an unnamed source from the Greek police.

During the shooting, which occurred at dawn in a mountainous region of northern Greece, Epirus, near the border with Albania, was wounded and a police officer, the company said.

Source not mention the name of prisoner, but he said that he was one of 11 prisoners mostly ethnic Albanians who are 23 March, escaped from prison in the city of Trikala, without injuring two prison guards.

That prison guards are 2008th managed to thwart the escape helicopter Panagiotis Vlastos, one of the organizers of the kidnapping of a Greek shipping magnate.


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Shiptar mullah killed in Syria fighting with CIA backed terrorists.

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10 Albanians from Kosovo and Albania Valley have been killed in Syria war




Syrian soil are washed with the blood of Albanians. 10 believed that reaches the number of Albanians killed so far in the fight against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

Koprova Muhammad, 22, is the latest victim in Syria. Last week was killed fighting alongside the rebel forces.

Intelligence sources have indicated to Daily Time that killed eight Albanians from Kosovo, the Presevo Valley and Albania, while the other two are Syrian citizens of Kosovo origin.

The source said earlier in the week, the young man from Mitrovica region has been part of an extreme religious group. There has gone from Sweden where he lived with his family.

"So far the results are said to have killed 10 Albanians. Of these two Albanians with Syrian citizenship - and Behlul Arnauti Arnauti Either way, "said the intelligence source. He said that the first was killed Kosovar Demolli Naman, then another Albanian Ahmad Muaz from Veliki the municipality of Bujanovac, Abu Omar al-Albani Muhammad Albania and Kosovo-born Koprova.

"Four other Albanians from Albania were killed, but we do not have official confirmation of their identity," the source said.

The total number of Albanians involved in the Syrian war is believed 140. Are divided into two groups, in Aleppo.

Kosovo authorities do not want to talk about this issue - in which way to go Albanians Syrian front.

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The case of Kosovo Albanian Mafia Drug Lord Baki Sadiki




UPDATED: Sadiki gets new trial

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THE COURTS will re-open the trial of Baki Sadiki, a Kosovar Albanian living in Slovakia, as the Prešov Regional Court cancelled the original verdict sentencing him to 22 years in prison for drug trafficking in a closed session on September 3.

“The regional court in Prešov annulled the ruling of Prešov District Court vis-ŕ-vis the re-opening of the proceeding with Baki Sadiki on the grounds that the district court used an incorrect procedural regulation,” spokesperson of the Prešov Regional Court Michal Drimák told the TASR newswire, referring to the question over whether Sadiki could legitimately be tried due to his absence or unawareness of the proceedings.

Drimák added that the district court in Prešov will continue the proceeding based on the original indictment.

Yet, Drimák on September 6 also said that the regional court overrode the verdict of the lower instance court due to the condition set by Kosovo that the Slovak side would ensure a new trial for Sadiki. Yet, the Albanian citizen requested a new trial shortly after his arrival in Slovakia, the SITA newswire reported.

Drimák, as quoted by SITA, pointed to provisions of the Penal Order, based on which if a state extradites a person under certain terms, those terms must be met.

However, the Justice Ministry responded on September 9 that it is not true that Kosovo extradited the convicted person with the condition of the right to a new trial.

Kosovo was never given the guarantee of a new trial, the ministry said, adding that the Kosovo side has only been informed that based on the law the extradited person is entitled to request a new trial.

Yet, Kosovo has extradited the person, according to the ministry, under the condition of fulfilling the rule of specialty [note: which prohibits a person from being tried for any offence committed prior to his surrender other than that for which he was extradited], the guarantee that a higher sentence will not be imposed on the extradited person than the one that is the subject of the proceeding, and that the person cannot be extradited to so-called third countries without Kosovo’s agreement, spokesperson of the ministry Jana Zlatohlávková wrote in a release published by SITA.

Justice Minister Tomáš Borec considers it important that Sadiki remain in custody, despite the cancellation of the verdict, according to the release. Since the court decision is not yet available in written form, the ministry’s stance is not definite, TASR reported.

Sadiki was one of three men accused in a particularly serious case of illegal production, possession and trading in narcotics and smuggling heroin from Turkey to Slovakia hidden in imported beach sandals, the Sme daily wrote. He was sentenced in absentia to a 22-year imprisonment by the Prešov District Court in June 2011.

Sadiki was missing until October 2012, when he was detained in Kosovo and extradited to Slovakia in December, where he began serving his sentence.

After being transported to Slovakia, Sadiki claimed that he was unaware of his conviction and requested that it be re-examined. Sadiki told the court on May 30 that since January 2010 he had been living in Serbia, Macedonia and Kosovo and did not know about the prosecution against him, nor about his sentencing, and insisted he learned of this only after he was detained in Kosovo.

Nobody in Slovakia doubts that Sadiki was avoiding criminal prosecution and hiding abroad, head of the movement New Majority - Agreement Daniel Lipšic, a former interior minister, told the press.

“It is hard to believe that he went to Kosovo to explore [its] natural beauties or local cuisine,” Lipšic said, as quoted by TASR. He went on to say that Sadiki’s argument that he had not been in Slovakia for several years and had not known about the prosecution and the verdict, and was participating in spiritual exercises around the world, is absurd. “Nobody in Slovakia, except for the Prešov Regional Court, believes this,” Lipšic said.


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Look just what a nation, same as gypsies just smarter because they can do big criminal activities and gypsies steal TV and DVDs or chocolates!!!
 
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Halkidiki: Albanians murdered venzinopoles and then went to bars to have fun

Friday, October 18, 2013 - 22:32




Incredible cynicism displayed by two Albanians on Thursday night murdered in cold blood a 32-year old owner of a service station in New Italic Halkidiki. Shortly after the murder found by the police in the bar area of New Moudanion to drink and make merry despite the fact that they had just removed a man's life.

The officers of the Police dealing with the case speak for calm and dangerous villains. One of them is in the country illegally, and had been deported before about a month and returned back to Greece from unattended point of Greek-Albanian border. Reportedly he and his partner had been occupied in the past the authorities thefts .

The two Albanians wearing hoods entered the gas station, holding each rifle and one knife. Forced the Greek venzinopoles give them 400 euros from the cash register, and his mobile phone while immediately after they tied him and a friend who was at the station and led them in an adjacent cubicle. At the time he arrived at the gas station and a 33 year old farmer, friend of the owner, in which the perpetrators also immobilized and led him in the same room with the employee and his girlfriend.

Albanians demanded money from him, because they thought he had some other amount of money in his possession. Indeed, the perpetrators did not hesitate to hit even with the handle of the knife the breeder, eventually throwing him on the floor. "While he made ​​it also appears that the unfortunate Greeks, who was quite stout and strong child, managed to solved and seeing the offender threatens the customer lunged towards him, "explains one officer. At that time the alien was holding the rifle shot so young to kill him, and then they both left the station.

Immediately erected a large police operation, while controls were carried out both in deserted places such as shops, parks and wooded areas. From information indicates that during an inspection at a bar in N. Moudania police identified two foreigners who fit the profile of perpetrators and tried to control them and then bringing them done. However, time control one of them fled, but was arrested shortly afterwards. Then detected and the shotgun, which was allegedly used in the robbery in an area of ​​Flogita.

The country is drowned in blood, foreign thieves rampant throughout murdering defenseless of our citizens even for few euros. Instigate their crimes, the wretched state actors, allowing them all to commit crimes unchecked in our country. Greece has turned into a real jungle and failed minister pro-Po rather than deal with the crime that has literally choke the country executing orders of foreign power centers that their sole purpose is political extermination of Greek Nationalists.

Everyday we are witnessing more and more harsh crime of ruthless gangs of thugs. The solution is one: Harsh repression of all criminals who have turned Greece into a jungle.

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Man fatally wounded in Exarchia in suspected mafia hit



A man was fatally wounded in a mafia-style shooting in Exarchia, near central Athens, on Sunday night, according to police who said they believed the attack was a settling of accounts between Albanian crime rings.

The man was attacked on the junction of Koletti and Themistokleous Streets shortly before 8 p.m. by two assailants who pulled up on a motorcycle, according to witnesses. One of the assailants fired six times at the victim with a Kalashnikov assault rifle, which was found at the scene, while witnesses said the second man stabbed the victim in the back.

The victim was transferred to the hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to police who said he told officers that he was Albanian. Police said they found two firearms -- a pistol and a revolver -- in the victim's possession.

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GJIROKASTRA, Albania — The last time police tried to enter the mountainside village of Lazarat near this historic southern city last summer, they prompted a ferocious firefight a local police commissioner describes as “very much like a real war.”

Speaking on condition of anonymity for fear of being ostracized, he said he was part of a special forces operation during which sniper units occupied high ground as SWAT teams moved in to arrest a handful of people working in fields surrounding the village.

They were no ordinary fields: Lazarat is known as Albania’s drug capital, notorious for its cannabis and lawlessness.

The annual crop earns almost $6 billion, according to the Italian financial police.

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Shiptars kill Greek police officer near border with Albania

Clash of Albanian and Greek police

Reuters | Sunday, 8/12/2013. | 09:37



Greek police in Thessaloniki is said that one policeman and two Albanians were killed early this morning in an exchange of fire near the Greek border with Albania

Three police officers who were on patrol they encountered Albanians got investigated for the invasion of migrants on Greek territory, AP news agency reports.

Albanians were armed, and one of them fired a shot and killed a police officer, after which the police opened fire.

Two killed Albanians have not been identified.

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Shiptar primitives attack statue of Serbian Tsar Dusan in Skopje FYROM


Macedonia Albanians Attack Bronze Serbian Tsar

Serb politicians in Macedonia have called for calm after ethnic Albanians vandalised a recently-erected statue of the Serbian Tsar Dusan in Skopje at the weekend.

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A group of Albanians seriously damaged the statue of the medieval Serbian emperor as they attempted to topple it from its pedestal on the new ‘Bridge of Civilisations’ in central Skopje under cover of darkness in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Previously on Saturday, a group of Albanian opponents of the Serbian monument tried to cover it with a black shroud, which they said represented “shame”, but were prevented by police.

While many Serbs honour Tsar Dusan as a national hero, his statue, which was erected last week, has angered some representatives of the country’s Albanian minority that makes up a quarter of the country’s population.

An ethnic Albanian NGO in Macedonia called Wake Up described the emperor as an “occupier” and said that his statue has no place in Skopje.

“Erecting a monument to a Serbian occupier speaks of an identity crisis, or of the Serbophilia of those who put it there,” the NGO said in a press statement on Friday.

The small Democratic Party of Serbs, which is part of the government coalition, condemned Saturday’s attack.

“The Bridge of Civilisations, which portrays in a unique way the dignitaries of all the peoples and communities that live in Republic of Macedonia, witnessed in action the core difference between our two civilisations, ours and theirs,” the party’s leader Ivan Stoiljkovic said in a statement.

“I call upon the Serbian community members to calmly continue their everyday communication with all the peoples in Macedonia, to be calm, peaceful and not to succumb to any provocations,” he said.

Albanian-language media in Macedonia published video footage of the incident, adding that some of the highest representatives of the junior ruling party, the ethnic Albanian Democratic Union for Integration, DUI, were present during the incident, while the police did nothing to stop it.

The DUI has not yet issued a reaction to the claims, nor has the main ruling VMRO DPMNE party of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski.

Dusan was one of Serbia’s most successful rulers and under his reign Serbia became the paramount state in the region. According to historical records, he was crowned Serbian Emperor in Skopje in 1346, where three years later he promulgated a constitution for the Serbian Empire.



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Albanians try again to demolish the monument to Emperor Dusan in Skopje

A group of Albanians, after prayer at the mosque, for the third time tried to demolish the monument to Emperor Dusan on “Bridge of civilizations” in the center of Skopje, but the police intervened in time.





Police cordon at the entrance to Skopje’s old bazaar did not allow them to approach the monument.

Because of the constant threat that the monument could be demolished, the Macedonian Ministry of Interior Affairs placed guards in front of the statue of Emperor Dusan.

Monument to Emperor Dusan was placed earlier in Skopje earlier this month, but soon a group of approx. thirty Albanians destroyed a part of the marble slabs on which the monument stands, and the statue of Emperor Dusan was left without a scepter and a cross in his hands.
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