1993, the Pope Openly Embraced Kosovo Secession”
by Jared Israel
II. Transcript of
Ibrahim Rugova's News Conference in Albania after Meeting with Italian
Leaders and Pope
Service Report: Rugova Discusses Kosovo Issues with Italian Leaders and
Does the World Owe 1940s Serbs? Not too much...”
In March 1941 the New York Times reported a huge rebellion in
Serbia and Montenegro against pro-Nazi policies. The world held its
and transcribed from
Comments by Jared Israel
reports on NATO's Oct. 2007 'Noble Midas' Maneuvers in the Adriatic;
possible indictments of Montenegrin officials; NAZI anti-Serb plans in
Exercise Starts in Croatia"
BBC Monitoring, October 1, 2007
soldier wounded in NATO exercise in Croatia"
BBC Monitoring, October 2, 2007
president visits headquarters of Noble Midas 07 NATO exercise"
BBC Monitoring, October 5, 2007
officials reject Italian prosecutors' tobacco-smuggling accusations"
BBC Monitoring, June 24, 2007
5. "Nazis Held
Ready to Crush Serb Guerrillas and Jews"
The New York Times, May 11, 1941
With comment by
Despite Evidence of Foul Play, Prosecutors Plan Not to Reopen Inquiry
into Krajina Serb Leader Milan Babic's Death in Hague Tribunal Prison
Did Accused Saudi
Terrorist Paymaster Fund Alija Izetbegovic?
Serbs aren't collectively guilty; they just have a bad national
UN Envoy Maligns Serbs;
Terrorist Bombs Serbian Cafe in Mitrovica
Petar Makara: "Pametna
karta" za glupe Srbe
Jared Israel vs. Noam Chomsky on
In Dec. 2004, Italy's High Court Ruled: Jail Prime Minister Djukanovic
Was this ruling the reason for the
frantic push for Montenegrin independence? This article includes TENC's
English translation of an ANSA wire service report with excerpts from
the high court ruling, plus our summary of key points, background
information and explanatory notes.
In the West (outside Italy) the Supreme Court ruling has, as far as we
can find, gone virtually unreported.
about Results of Independence Referendum, Montenegrin Leader's
Lawyer Puts Foot in Mouth
ovaj tekst na srpsko-hrvatskom]
Attorney Enrico Tuccillo's
statement, quoted in a 22 May 2006 dispatch from ANSA, the
Italian wire service, has explosive implications. We have posted
the Italian original, our English translation, and comments. Searching
Google and Lexis-Nexis, we can find no media or government
source (anywhere) that has even mentioned Tucillo's remarks. Why
Today (31 May) we are resuming publication of
Yugoslav Reports. We will be posting reprints from the media, chosen because they
are informative, often despite the media's intentions.
We will especially try to
a) post translations of important non-English texts and b) post
revealing wire service dispatches that have been blacked-out by the
print and broadcast media. (Wire service dispatches only reach the
public if they are published in newspapers or quoted on radio or TV.)