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Jihad in the heart of Europe


Alija Izetbegovic's "secular" Army:

Is Europe blind? What are these soldiers doing marching through its heart in Arab-like uniforms?


This photograph was published in most Western newspapers - once - and once only. A few short TV stories on the subject were aired (also once). Compare that to barrage of daily anti-Serb propaganda of the same media outlets.

The subtitle under the photograph reads:
One of the Bosnian Army Muslim brigades marches through Zenica in a demonstration of strenght by 10,000 soldiers. Page A10 (The Times, Dec. 11, 1995)



Remember the words of Alija Izetbegovic's book "The Islamic Declaration"?
"There can be no peace or coexistence between Islamic and non-Islamic institutions... The Islamic movement must and can take place as soon as it is... numerically strong enough, not only to destroy the non-Islamic one, but to build up a new Islamic one."

He ment it.

The subtitle under the photograph reads:
"Faith in action: A Muslim brigade of the Bosnian Army marching in a millitary parade in Zenica, central Bosnia." (Photograph: Reuter) (The Independent, Dec. 11, 1995)

Are there any other brigades under Mr. Izetbegovic's control but Islam fundamentalist ones? Note Arab letters on the head-band! Muslims of Bosnia are NOT Arabs. They do not know Arab language. They are Slavs who converted to Islam during centuries of Turkish occupation.

During medieval times the Turkish conqueror had a special tax - so called tax in blood. Small Christian boys were stolen from their family to be educated in hating their own family. They were to become fearsome JANISSARIES, a foreign legion of a sort.


Alija Izetbegovic would not have succeded in forming his Islam fundamentalist state in the heartn of Europe had he not have Janissaries of his own: These "retired" American generals.


And this is how American colleague looks. He came with the same task of arming and training Bosnian Muslims - all the way from Saudi Arabia. The name of this creature with colored beard is Abu Abdel Aziz, a veteran holy warrior who spent six years in Afghanistan. He was the leader of the mujaheddin volunteers in Bosnia. The photograph is taken from Newsweek, October 5, 1992, page 52 (Photo by Pascal le Segretain - Sygma). The article is with title: "Help from the Holy Warriors". You can read about him also at London's Sunday Times, August 30, 1992, page 1, article: "Arabs join in Bosnia battle" or, from the same newspaper Sept. 6, 1992, "Islamic militants..."

And here is his army. (The same source as above: Newsweek, Oct. 5, 1992, page 53). Subtitle for the photograph was: "Since June, Abu Abdul Aziz has commanded several hundred mujahedin who have fought for and trained Mosnian Muslims.


Here is the first fruit of combined American-mujahedin training. A teachers shows the craft. This Arab volunteer holds a head of a Serbian Christian. The head is of Blagoje Blagojevic from the village of Jasenovac!

Here are some more chopped Serbian heads - on a box:


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Last revised: Dec. 29, 1997