“Investors, mostly from Arab countries, have been building a mass illegal settlement in Bosnia and Herzegovina by ignoring local laws and spatial plans, despite regulations and penalties, the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIN) announced on Tuesday From Sarajevo.”
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In fact, even before Bill Clinton was looking to cash in on Hillary’s position as Secretary of State with his Iranian wartime collaborators in the Bosnia, a bipartisan effort was afoot–supported by George Soros, Ron Paul, Grover Norquist, Keith Ellison, and the Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR among others–to launch a campaign to “send …
The war in Balkan and beginning of Iran’s influence
Iranians put their feet on the ground in Bosnia and Herzegovina just six months after the war had started. Iran sent thousands of its IRGC fighters as staff members of Iran’s Red Crescent. This was confessed by brigadier Saeed Kasemy, a field commander in Bosnia and Herzegovina at that time. On June 2, 1994, the Washington Times wrote that 400 fighters of IRGC entered Bosnia in May of 1994, according to intelligence sources.
At that time, some intelligence sources reported that 3,000-4,000 fighters of IRGC were based in Bosnia in addition to 400 fighters of the Lebanese Hezbollah.
“With General Sulejmani I personally met him twice in Iran, once in Tehran at a conference 2016, and the second time in the town of Meade a year later. He seemed very humble, he was seen to weigh every word he made. Although we did not talk long ago, when he found out I was from Croatia, he only received the question: “What is the situation in BiH? [Bosnia] ” To my question if he was in BiH [Bosnia], Kasem replied: “Of course I was, but a long time ago, 1993. and 1994. Wherever Muslims need help, I am here “. I told him to keep it safe, and his answer was: “Pray for me to die as a martyr, it is my greatest wish,”
In 1992 the New York Times reported that the Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic himself made an official state visit to Tehran where he met with Iranian leaders and, while appearing on Iranian television, threatened to
use poison gas against the Serbian people.
During his visit he attended a ceremony during which his delegation laid a wreath on the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of “Iran’s Islamic revolution”.
Hashemi Rafsanjani, the Iranian President at the time, gave assurances to the new Bosnian President that “more significant aid” would be forthcoming…” with senior Iranian officials calling for “retaliatory measures against the Serbs by Muslims across the world” “ in response to what they described was “a new Crusade of Christians against Muslims.”
But the Muslim Bosnian Leadership weren’t just traveling to Tehran. They were visiting Washington too—meeting, in fact, with the leader of the Free World.
On March 26, 1993, just six months after Izetbegovic visited Ayatollah Khomeini’s tomb, he was received by the newly inaugurated President of the United States: Bill Clinton.