The Truth About Israel, Arab League And The War Against Bosnia And Kosovo

By Aidel Morshidi

While the world knows about Serbia, Golden Dawn, EU and UN’s support of the Yugoslav War Balkan leaders, Slobodan Milosevic and Franjo Tudjman, not a single news outlet has mentioned Middle Eastern and North African supporters of both Milosevic and Tudjman such as the Israeli Defense Forces (supports both), Hezbollah, Muammar Al-Gaddafi, Palestinian “Liberation” Organization  and Hafez Al-Assad (Pro-Yugoslavia). Let’s look at the Milosevic side.

The Israeli state exported arms supply to Serbia way before the UN Security Council embargo takes place in September 1991, which affected Serbs and Muslims the most. Same report says “Israel trained Serbs in Greece.” The Serbian Army with Israeli training and weapons like Micro Uzis, Israeli Sniper Rifles and LAW Missiles committed genocide against Bosniaks and Kosovo Albanians.

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The photo above shows Milosevic’s meeting with two Jewish Families, Rockefeller and Rothschild. This picture was, is and should be used as a reaction to those who call Milosevic an “Anti-Zionist.” The Rockefeller and Rothschild are two of the Freemason families, so it’s acceptable to think maybe Milosevic and Borka Vucic were part of Ali Koc, a Serbian Freemason Lodge.

Pro-Serbian media and politicians like Russia Today and Pamela Geller referred to Kosovo Liberation Army and Alija Izetbegovic as Anti-Semitic Islamists and used the Albanian Waffen SS Skanderbeg and Bosnian Handschar to justify the Muslim genocide. Israel was still committing genocide against the Palestinians while the Yugoslav conflict was ongoing. Some Palestinian college students protested against both the Kosovo Genocide and Milosevic. While PLO, a leading organization of an Arab League member Palestine wanted Milosevic to visit Palestine in 1999, there are Palestinians that didn’t support this decision. These facts resulted in “conspiracy theories” like “Chetniks being Jewish” and “many Yugoslavia supporters being Freemason shills.” The Assad supporters, Hezbollah and Gaddafi supporters backed Milosevic in his genocide via the media and Russian Army. Their repeated lines in their media support for Milosevic are “Long live Serbia-Syria brotherhood”; “May relationships between Serbia and Arabs never fall.” “Kosovo is Serbia just like how North Africa is Arab.” and “May God bless Serbia with their victories against Bosnian and Albanian filth. Death to the Muslim Brotherhood” The endless support for Milosevic continues to this day and no one will care about it anymore.

You may ask: “But if Milosevic was a Zionist, why was he in a Zionist prison in The Hague?” That is because of the two sides of the same coin philosophy and this can be applied on Milosevic’s enemy, Franjo Tudjman.

Franjo Tudjman was one of the biggest critics of Ante Pavelic and his Ustase in Croatia. One of the main reasons he opposed them was because of “Anti-Semitism.” Tudjman referred to the so-called misinterpretation of World War 2 crimes in Croatia as “historical revisionism or Anti-Semitic Bosnian propaganda.” He said Croatia will establish great diplomatic relations with Israel despite Israel’s relations with Serbia, which has no indication on whether Israel will recognise Croatia as independent or Catholic Serbia. Franjo Tudjman and his Pro-NATO politicians were very sensitive about his relations with his Jewish minorities, as Serbia and Pro-Serbian media in Tel Aviv have chosen to portray Tudjman’s separatist state as a recreation of a “Nazi Terrorist Islamist Kebab Croat state of World War 2.” Many in Serbia and Tel Aviv chose to continue selling the lie to the entire world, even though Neocons like Tudjman were clearly critics of Nazism and their Pro-Bosnia, “Anti-Semitic” stance. Tudjman was branded a traitor to the Bosnian cause because he wanted Southern Bosnia to be under Croatian rule without Alija Izetbegovic and his people’s consent.

The 12-nation European community was expected to recognize Slovenia and Croatia as independent states, which became independent on June 25, 1991. Several other states, including Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania after independence from the Soviet Union have already recognized Croatia and Slovenia as independent South Slavic states. Croatia led a 6-month old civil war against the Serbian Pro-Yugoslav separatists in Krajina and other parts of Croatia. The conflict has claimed thousands of lives on both sides and led to ethnic cleansing of Croats from places like Vojvodina, Bosnia and Krajina.

An Israeli singer who is also the secretary-general of the World Jewish Congress received Tudjman’s letter which said “It is a beginning, an opening statement in a long discussion.” Tudjman, along with other Croatian politicians, fought with Marxist partisans against Ante Pavelic and his Ustase backed by Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and Monarchist Hungary in World War 2. Tudjman finally told Brufman “Croatia’s newly enacted law on national minorities, reportedly demanded by the EC as a condition for recognition, guarantees the rights of all minorities in the republic.” Religious minorities like Jews were also included, as do political ideologies like Zionism, Hedonism, Communism, Secularism and even Liberalism.

Croatia recognized Kosovo as independent from Serbia on 19 March 2008 and the two established great diplomatic relations on 30 June 2008, but Croatia’s supporters from Tel Aviv like Ehud Olmert refused to recognize Kosovo while the ones like Benjamin “Netanyahu” Mileikowsky recognized it on 4 September 2020 and the two established diplomatic relations on 01 February 2021. So, any claim about Alija Izetbegovic and Kosovo Liberation Army being  ‘Zionists’ and Tudman or Milosevic being “Anti-Zionists” is completely false. It is propaganda from both Serbian Media and “Anti-Serbian media” used to delegitimise the Bosnian and Kosovo Albanian side of the conflict and withdraw support for them like the ones in the Gulf a few years ago. – New Malaysia Herald

Note: The opinion expressed here is that of the writer’s and does not necessarily reflect the stand of the New Malaysia Herald.

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