Balkan Jihad

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« on: October 05, 2015, 01:58:03 PM »
In 1992, a Civil war began in Bosnia and Herzegovina between two ethnic groups: The Bosnian Serbs, supported by Serbia and the Bosnian Croats supported by Croatia. A lot of foreigners arrived in the country.

Among them was Christophe Caze, a French medicine student, began taking care of the multiple casualties in Zenica, considered as one of the primary radical areas. Soon afterwards, he converted to Islam and slowly radicalized. During his stay in Zenica, he made friends with Fateh Kamel, Mohammed Omary and Lionel Dumont.

Lionel Dumont was a French soldier who converted to Islam after serving with peacekeepers in Somalia and joined the Yugoslav War on the side of the Bosnian mujahideen.

In 1995, the Bosnian War ended with the Dayton Agreement. All the Mudjahedins, including Caze who joined them, were requested to leave Bosnia. Then Kamel, who was working for the GIA, convinced Caze and Dumont, who was an idealist, to commit terrorist attacks in their hometown country because of the diplomatic relationships between France and Algeria.

Kamel organized counterfeited administrative documents in his home country of Canada to allow his associates to escape safely after the attacks. Meanwhile, Caze and Dumont began recruiting in Roubaix, France and went to Bosnia in order to buy heavy weaponry thanks to the financial help of a radical imam in London (probably Abu Hamza al-Masri).

Attacks in France
In late 1996, the newly created cell began spreading terror. In order to fund themselves for their future attacks, they planned several criminal acts.

On January 27, 1996, some of their members, including Dumont, stole an Audi car but encountered a police patrol, who thought that they were dealing with minor criminals. Immediately, the group fired on the police with assault rifles, injuring one of the police officers who was hit twice. However, the attackers' weapons malfunctioned and the police were able to escape.

On February 8, 1996, they robbed a supermarket but had to flee when the police arrived. The resultant chase ended with the group's car crashing. While firing on the police, they killed a Mercedes driver, Hammoud Feddal and stole his car.

On March 25, eight members of the gang assaulted a Brink's armored truck near a mall, injuring the driver in the leg. The attackers couldn't access the money and fled.

On March 28, the group parked a Peugeot 205, with 4 gas tanks linked to a detonator in the trunk, beside a police precinct in Lille. The whole building was supposed to be destroyed by the blast. However, the bomb malfunctioned, destroying only the car.

The End
For several days, the gang had been under surveillance after the failed assault against the Brink's truck. The police officers succeeded in locating the gang HQ: the house of one of the members in Roubaix.

The day following the failed attack of March 28, the police decided to intervene. The RAID, a French anti-terrorist Special unit, surrounded the place and stormed the house. The 4 men who were inside fought back with assault rifles, screaming that they'd rather die than surrender. The RAID team fired back and launched smoke grenades. A grenade, launched by the group, injured another policeman and started a fire in the house. After several minutes of heavy gunfighting, the roof of the building, weakened by the fire, collapsed on the 3 remaining gang members. The death toll of the assault was 4 dead and two police officers injured, including one seriously.

The others members of the gang, who were located in several other locations, managed to escape. All the police units were scrambled. Several hours later, Caze, who had managed to escape, was killed by Belgian police.

Aftermath
An electronic address book was found on Caze's body which permitted the arrest of Fateh Kamel and Mohammed Omary. Kamel was the leader of a terrorist cell in Montreal, suspected of planning terrorist attacks in Los Angeles.

After escaping all across Europe, Dumont was finally arrested in Germany in 2003. He is currently serving a 25 year sentence in France.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gang_de_Roubaix

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« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2015, 06:28:22 PM »
In 1992, a Civil war began in Bosnia and Herzegovina between two ethnic groups: The Bosnian Serbs, supported by Serbia and the Bosnian Croats supported by Croatia. A lot of foreigners arrived in the country.

Among them was Christophe Caze, a French medicine student, began taking care of the multiple casualties in Zenica, considered as one of the primary radical areas. Soon afterwards, he converted to Islam and slowly radicalized. During his stay in Zenica, he made friends with Fateh Kamel, Mohammed Omary and Lionel Dumont.

Lionel Dumont was a French soldier who converted to Islam after serving with peacekeepers in Somalia and joined the Yugoslav War on the side of the Bosnian mujahideen.

In 1995, the Bosnian War ended with the Dayton Agreement. All the Mudjahedins, including Caze who joined them, were requested to leave Bosnia. Then Kamel, who was working for the GIA, convinced Caze and Dumont, who was an idealist, to commit terrorist attacks in their hometown country because of the diplomatic relationships between France and Algeria.

Kamel organized counterfeited administrative documents in his home country of Canada to allow his associates to escape safely after the attacks. Meanwhile, Caze and Dumont began recruiting in Roubaix, France and went to Bosnia in order to buy heavy weaponry thanks to the financial help of a radical imam in London (probably Abu Hamza al-Masri).

Attacks in France
In late 1996, the newly created cell began spreading terror. In order to fund themselves for their future attacks, they planned several criminal acts.

On January 27, 1996, some of their members, including Dumont, stole an Audi car but encountered a police patrol, who thought that they were dealing with minor criminals. Immediately, the group fired on the police with assault rifles, injuring one of the police officers who was hit twice. However, the attackers' weapons malfunctioned and the police were able to escape.

On February 8, 1996, they robbed a supermarket but had to flee when the police arrived. The resultant chase ended with the group's car crashing. While firing on the police, they killed a Mercedes driver, Hammoud Feddal and stole his car.

On March 25, eight members of the gang assaulted a Brink's armored truck near a mall, injuring the driver in the leg. The attackers couldn't access the money and fled.

On March 28, the group parked a Peugeot 205, with 4 gas tanks linked to a detonator in the trunk, beside a police precinct in Lille. The whole building was supposed to be destroyed by the blast. However, the bomb malfunctioned, destroying only the car.

The End
For several days, the gang had been under surveillance after the failed assault against the Brink's truck. The police officers succeeded in locating the gang HQ: the house of one of the members in Roubaix.

The day following the failed attack of March 28, the police decided to intervene. The RAID, a French anti-terrorist Special unit, surrounded the place and stormed the house. The 4 men who were inside fought back with assault rifles, screaming that they'd rather die than surrender. The RAID team fired back and launched smoke grenades. A grenade, launched by the group, injured another policeman and started a fire in the house. After several minutes of heavy gunfighting, the roof of the building, weakened by the fire, collapsed on the 3 remaining gang members. The death toll of the assault was 4 dead and two police officers injured, including one seriously.

The others members of the gang, who were located in several other locations, managed to escape. All the police units were scrambled. Several hours later, Caze, who had managed to escape, was killed by Belgian police.

Aftermath
An electronic address book was found on Caze's body which permitted the arrest of Fateh Kamel and Mohammed Omary. Kamel was the leader of a terrorist cell in Montreal, suspected of planning terrorist attacks in Los Angeles.

After escaping all across Europe, Dumont was finally arrested in Germany in 2003. He is currently serving a 25 year sentence in France.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gang_de_Roubaix

"In 1992, a Civil war began in Bosnia and Herzegovina between two ethnic groups: The Bosnian Serbs, supported by Serbia and the Bosnian Croats supported by Croatia. A lot of foreigners arrived in the country. "  - MISTAKE

In Bosnia civil war 1992-95 were fighting Bosnian Muslims ( now Bosniaks ), Bosnian Serbs and Croats and sometimes NATO.


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Re: Balkan Jihad
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2015, 02:29:07 PM »
Vojvodina handball club members on board a Frankfurt-Belgrade flight helped prevent an incident when a passenger threatened he would open a door of the plane on Sunday.
HC Vojvodina President Milan Djukic, who was on the plane, told Tanjug that his impression was that the man was psychologically unstable and that what he had done was not an attempted act of terrorism.
"The situation was not that dramatic at all, but you don’t really feel comfortable when someone threatens to open the door of the plane,” said Djukic.
“The passenger behaved strangely ever since he entered the plane and switched between seats on several occassions, and even sat down beside me at one point.
“About an hour after takeoff, he got up, passed through the business class section and started banging on the cockpit door, saying that he was not feeling well, that he was fed up with everything and that he would open the door,” Djukic said.
"Assistant coach Mirkovic and a flight attendant reacted and told him to calm down and stop causing trouble, which he was doing since the start of the flight, and then the attendant asked our player Aleksey Rastvortsev to have the passenger seated between him and Mirkovic until the end of the flight," Djukic said.
"And so it was, and he (the troublemaker) did not complain much," Djukic said. He added that the majority of passengers on the plane had not even been aware of what was happening except the handball players and those in the immediate vicinity.

Belgrade-based media reported earlier today that a Jordanian citizen with U.S. passport had attempted to break into the cockpit of a Lufthansa plane en route from Frankfurt to Belgrade, but passengers managed to put him under control.

The drama started in the skies over Austria when the man threatened to open the plane's door.


Muslim terorrist form Jordan and with US passport  :o >:(

According to tabloid Blic, he was banging on the cockpit door, shouting that he would open the plane's door.

Tabloid daily Kurir said the man complained that he had lost his mind and wanted to take them all together with him to Allah.
The passengers managed to subdue him, and the plane landed safely in Belgrade at 45 minutes past noon and the police took the problematic passenger to the Belgrade Police Department for questioning, Blic said.

http://www.tanjug.rs/full-view_en.aspx?izb=217836http://

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« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2016, 03:21:50 PM »

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« Reply #4 on: January 26, 2016, 12:07:48 PM »
The largest circulation daily newspaper in Serbia, "Vecernje Novosti" claims that there are Wahhabis in the suburbs of Belgrade, Serbia.
There Islamists recruit poor and uneducated Gypsies ( Roma ). >:(



http://www.novosti.rs/vesti/naslovna/drustvo/aktuelno.290.html:587951-Vehabije-stigle-do-predgradja-Beogradahttp://

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Re: Balkan Jihad
« Reply #5 on: January 26, 2016, 12:11:34 PM »
^^^^^^

  Interesting and provocative.
I'M A DEPLORABLE KNUCKLEHEAD THAT SUPPORTS PRESIDENT TRUMP.  MAY GOD BLESS HIM AND KEEP HIM SAFE.

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« Reply #6 on: January 26, 2016, 12:16:30 PM »
^^^^^^

  Interesting and provocative.

"Interesting and provocative"...for soccer hooligans. Red Star and Partizan fans do not like Muslims.For a long time. 

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« Reply #7 on: January 26, 2016, 12:31:39 PM »


  Well Al.  You have told me that your country has done a good job keeping them out.

  Here is a story for you.  One of my best friends' daughter married a Swedish man.  They moved to Sweden about 3 years ago.  She had to learn Swedish.  There were 25 people in her Swedish class.  She was the only white person in the class.  The rest were Middle Easterners.  Sweden has had a lot of trouble with the Muslims--rape and other crimes.  In 2 months, this girl and her husband are moving back to the USA.

 
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« Reply #8 on: January 26, 2016, 12:46:02 PM »

  Well Al.  You have told me that your country has done a good job keeping them out.

  Here is a story for you.  One of my best friends' daughter married a Swedish man.  They moved to Sweden about 3 years ago.  She had to learn Swedish.  There were 25 people in her Swedish class.  She was the only white person in the class.  The rest were Middle Easterners.  Sweden has had a lot of trouble with the Muslims--rape and other crimes.  In 2 months, this girl and her husband are moving back to the USA.

 

I am sorry to hear such thing. In generally, migrants had good behavior last year in Serbia. My mother went and bring them help ( clothes , fresh water...). I do not tel her to do that or not to do that. Serbian government gave them shelter, food, water, basic medical help...But I THINK migrants heard about bad image of Serbs and wars against Muslims in 90`s. So only they want to go
to Hungary or Croatia and Germany and Austria.

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« Reply #9 on: January 26, 2016, 12:53:09 PM »


  Well your mother is a good person to help them.
I'M A DEPLORABLE KNUCKLEHEAD THAT SUPPORTS PRESIDENT TRUMP.  MAY GOD BLESS HIM AND KEEP HIM SAFE.

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« Reply #10 on: January 26, 2016, 12:56:56 PM »

  Well your mother is a good person to help them.

Thank you Doc. What is going on in Montana ? Snowzilla in Montana ?

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« Reply #11 on: May 05, 2016, 06:47:28 AM »
AFP: Albanian Islamists coming home from Syria. What gonna be their next mission ?

http://www.france24.com/en/20160505-albania-kosovo-new-front-jihadistshttp://

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« Reply #12 on: July 28, 2016, 11:47:03 AM »
TEFIK Mujović (36) was born in the town of Tutin, Serbia accused of having participated in armed actions ISIS, and that is organized and financed the departure of citizens of Serbia to training camps in Syria, and then on the battlefield, denied on Wednesday before the Special Court these claims Prosecutor for organized Crime. He said that "not even recognize yourself in one count of the indictment," as well as "to prove his guilt is imposed."



He was extradited two months ago from Turkey, where he was arrested on a warrant by Serbia.
Serbian intelligence agencies are describing him as a person who "threatens the greatest danger of spreading Islamic state in Serbia and possible terrorist attacks."


http://www.novosti.rs/vesti/naslovna/hronika/aktuelno.291.html:617161-Namecu-mi-da-sam-teroristahttp://

P.S. Mujovic declared himself as Bosnian.

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« Reply #13 on: November 27, 2016, 06:45:05 PM »

Jihadists from Serbia who go to fight in Iraq and Syria in return receive the document on the local training, in order to avoid prison sentences that they are waiting for the new law in Serbia for war abroad.

It's for tomorrow's Belgrade daily "Politika" affirmed I. Bečić, Chairman of the Committee for the control of the security services. Becic adds that 11 jihadists recently returned from the front line in these countries.

"We have the knowledge and operational data where they were. They went under the guise of education and to have documented. We know that they were on the battlefields, but through the judicial process that is very difficult to prove," said Bečić.

For those who fought on the side of the battlefield is punishable by 6 months to 5 years in prison. If you participate in a group, waiting for him a sentence of 1 to 8 years in prison. For the organizers of recruiting future warriors is punishable by 2 to 10 years, recalls list.

"Even in 2013, there was a departure combatants on foreign battlefields. This year, it was determined that our country went from a few people," said Bečić.

"Warriors" from Kosovo ( Albanians ) are mainly on foreign battlefields for financial reasons, and those from Bosnia and central Serbia ( Bosniaks ) mainly go because of religion, the paper said.

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« Reply #14 on: January 02, 2017, 04:56:47 AM »
Bosnian Secret service ( OBA ) tapping Serbian Government.

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« Reply #15 on: June 21, 2017, 06:14:52 AM »

Kosovo IS commander killed, police and family say

A self-proclaimed commander of Albanians fighting with Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, notorious at home in Kosovo for a video showing him beheading a man, has been killed, police and his family said on Thursday.

Lavdrim Muhaxheri died in the Middle East, but it was not clear in which country or when, they told Reuters.

A video posted on the Internet in 2014 showed Muhaxheri beheading a young man in Iraq accused by IS of spying for the Iraqi government. Another video showed him killing another person with a rocket-propelled grenade.

A police official, who declined to be named, told Reuters that he had been killed, but gave no other details.

Confirming his death, an uncle of Muhaxheri asked a Reuters reporter: "Is everyone happy now?"

Around 300 Albanians from Kosovo have gone to fight with Islamic State and more than 50 have been killed, Kosovo officials say. About 120 more are estimated to have left from Albania itself and about 100 from Macedonia's Albanian minority.
 
Kosovo has not seen any militant attacks on its home turf, but at least 200 people have been detained or investigated for alleged Islamic State-related offences.

Most of Kosovo's ethnic Albanian majority are nominally Muslim but overwhelmingly secular  ::) ::)
 Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008 with the backing of the West.

In 2015, it adopted a law introducing jail sentences of up to 15 years for anyone found guilty of fighting in wars abroad. (Reporting by Albanian Fatos Bytyci and Serbian Ivana Sekularac; Editing by Tom Heneghan)

https://www.reuters.com/article/kosovo-islamicstate-commander-idUSL8N1J51LGhttp://