Now, remember — I get these every day, but just don’t have time to post them all. Also keep in mind that only some incidents are reported since Serb-cleansing is the whole point of the peacekeeping effort, so this could be happening several times a day:
[*******#909d73]Serb farmer attacked near Kosovska Mitrovica[/COLOR]
Dušan Perić was attacked by a group of ethnic Albanian teenagers while tending to his crops near Kosovska Mitrovica.
Kosovo police said they detained three Albanian minors, but released them after taking their statements.
Perić was taken to the hospital in the northern part of Kosovska Mitrovica yesterday after being pelted by rocks, hospital director Marko Jakšić said.
Jakšić said that Perić suffered head injuries and was operated on, adding that he is now in stable condition.
Meanwhile, here is the peacekeeping mission’s latest progress: [*******#909d73]Kfor wants Serbian flags taken off monasteries[/COLOR]
ORAHOVAC, July 17 (Tanjug) - Bishop of Raska and Prizren Artemije said on Tuesday that the Austrian contingent of Kfor had demanded Serbian flags be taken off the bell tower of Saints Kozmo and Damjan monastery in the village of Zociste near Orahovac, because local Albanians don’t want to see it.
“I advised, resolutely, the monks that is out of the question, that the flag is there because this is the state of Serbia, and because we have a right to that,” Artemije told Tanjug and pointed out that no one is preventing ethnic Albanians from using the flag of another state in our state.”
He said that Kfor members said ethnic Albanians threatened to attack the monastery, and pointed out that “it is Kfor’s job to protect the monastery, and not to meddle in the issue of the flag.”
“This is a message to expelled Serbs whose houses have allegedly been rebuilt in Zociste. This is a message not to return, because if such a violence is applied on monks, what can returnees hope for if they came to live in the same village with ethnic Albanians as neighbours,” Artemije said.
But don’t worry. A Kosovo newspaper titled Dailies reports that former Serb-killer and current “prime minister” of Kosovo Agim Ceku “guarantees a better life for Serbs in Kosovo”:
Kosovo Prime Minister Agim Çeku and the head of the British Office in Pristina David Blunt have guaranteed Kosovo Serbs living in Shillovo a life, perspective and future in Kosovo.
“Kosovo will be an example of good interethnic relations and you should believe that you will be living in good conditions in this country,” said Prime Minister Çeku.The 800-pound gorilla in the Kosovo room being, as always: If the province’s security organs aren’t able to protect Serbs today, under direct international control, how will they protect them when the province gets independent state power? And what will be the incentive?
[*******#8a3207]Writes[/COLOR] Serbianna’s Mickey Bozinovich: “Peculiar how Muslims and the UK seek to convince Serbs not to worry, that despite past decapitations and killings, the Chief Muslim guarantees their life if they accept Islamic domination — a definition of Dhimmi.
Also remember the rocket attack recently on a Serb church.And dozens destroyed while Saudi "schools and mosques are spreading like wildfire of intolerance under NATO watch.What are the Serbs to do when the army is not allowed back and NATO does a poor job of defending Serbs.What about 1244 and the part about Serb troops being able to come back in small numbers to protect the innocent.