NATO troops in Kosovo. NATO and the United States supported al-Qaeda in Bosnia and then in Kosovo.  

Editor’s note: The headline should read: “CIA smuggling weapons into Croatia,” as there is plenty of evidence the CIA and NATO recruited and financed al-Qaeda’s operations in the Balkans. See: Al-Qaeda Family: Working for the CIA (CBC News), U.S. supported al-Qaeda cells during Balkan Wars (National Post), CIA-recruited Al Qaeda Agent Omar al-Faruq Escapes from US Military Prison in Afghanistan (Awoken Research Group), Jürgen Elsässer: “The CIA recruited and trained the jihadists” (Silvia Cattori), Al Qaeda and NATO Join Hands in supporting NLA Terrorists in Macedonia (Aktuel Weekly), to name but a few.

“Ironically, the US Administration’s undercover military-intelligence operations in Bosnia have been fully documented by the Republican Party,” writes Michel Chossudovsky. “A lengthy Congressional report by the Republican Party Committee (RPC) published in 1997, largely confirms [an] International Media Corporation report… The RPC Congressional report accuses the Clinton administration of having ‘helped turn Bosnia into a militant Islamic base’ leading to the recruitment through the so-called ‘Militant Islamic Network,’ of thousands of Mujahideen from the Muslim world.”

So successful was the “Bosnian pattern,” it was replicated in Kosovo with “the complicity of NATO and the US State Department. Mujahideen mercenaries from the Middle East and Central Asia were recruited to fight in the ranks of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) in 1998-99, largely supporting NATO’s war effort.” These “Mujahideen mercenaries” would later be called al-Qaeda.

Canada Free Press
June 9, 2008

Bosnian Muslims
  Undated newspaper photo of a Muslim brigade of the Muslim Army marching in a military parade in Zenica, central Bosnia. Is this possibly the "white al-Qaeda" that "will create favorable conditions to distribute weapons and explosives for terrorist acts throughout Europe due to the openness of borders"?

Banjaluka, 21 May (AKI) – Al-Qaeda and the Muslim fundamentalist Wahabi movement’s operatives have been smuggling weapons and explosives into neighboring Croatia, Bosnian daily Nezavisne novine reported on Wednesday.

Quoting Bosnian security sources, the paper said huge quantities of weapons and explosives have been smuggled into the areas of Croatia with sizable Muslim population in recent months.

The weapons were shipped to the Croatian capital Zagreb, nearby Karlovac and the Adriatic port of Split, according to a document from the Bosnian security agency, quoted by the paper.

The document said the operation has been masterminded by Bosnian Muslims Vladimir Popilovski, Kemal Alagic, Semsudin Mehmedovic, Naser Panaslamovic and Omer Murselovic.

No arrests have been made in connection with the allegation of weapons smuggling to Croatia, which is an official candidate for EU membership and hopes to join the bloc by 2010.

Mehemedovic, a former police chief in the eastern Bosnian town of Zenica, was acquitted of issuing false documents to the members of the so called ‘Algerian group’ of suspected terrorists, some of whom are being held in the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

The alleged Islamist militants “believe that Croatia will soon become a member of the EU,” the paper quoted the Bosnian security document as saying.

This “will create favorable conditions to distribute weapons and explosives for terrorist acts throughout Europe due to the openness of borders,” the document added.

Al-Qaeda is believed to have maintained ‘dormant cells’ in Bosnia since the 1992-1995 civil war, when thousands of mujahadeen – fighters from Muslim countries – came to fight on the side of local Muslims.

Many mujahadeen remained in the country after the war and have reportedly been indoctrinating the local Muslim population and even operating terrorist training camps.

Darko Trifunovic, a Serbian expert on terrorism, says al-Qaeda has been changing tactics. For its operations in Europe, the terror network has increasingly using local white youths or ‘white al-Qaeda’, according to Trifunovic.

Addendum to article: Note the use of “white al-Qaeda” and the supposed indoctrination of “the local Muslim population,” poised to be a direct threat to Europe at large. Croatia is an official candidate for EU membership and may join the globalist union by 2010.

No doubt a few more draconian “anti-terror” measures are in order on the part of ministers in Brussels.

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