“The outrage grew louder when it was revealed that Hussein K. had previously been detained on charges of murdering a woman in Greece. According to police, he raped a Greek student and threw her off a cliff on the isle of Corfu in May 2013. He had been sentenced to ten years in prison but was released prematurely only two-and-a-half years into his sentence in October 2015, following a Greek law to ease prison overcrowding.”
German authorities say he will be tried as a juvenile. Continue reading
“Before their independence, the Ottomans ruled the Greeks with an Islam-o iron fist, instituting a regime of apartheid and enslaving whole populations of our forefathers for some 400 years…whole communities across Greece were wiped out. An enormous amount of blood was spilled in the name of Greek independence from Muslim Turks…” — Faith Goldy Continue reading
“American analysts write that the Balkan states, whose territories are affected by the project “Greater Albania”, will not sit idly and quietly watch how Albanians steal their territory. Moreover, they are convinced that in the case of an emergency, Serbs, Greeks, Bulgarians and Macedonians will join forces in the fight against Albanians. In that case the Balkans would become a region like the Middle East, and it is in no one’s interest, not even US,” says a well-informed diplomatic source. Continue reading
“President Obama sometimes seems to have an indifference to historical truth that often borders on antagonism.…
Historically, Muslim forces began invading Syria in 634, and ended by conquering Constantinople in 1453.
They invaded not only all of Turkey – obliterating the great Christian empire of Byzantium – but then went on to conquer all of North Africa, Greece, Southern Spain, parts of Portugal, and eastern Europe, including Hungary, Serbia and the Balkans…
The US and the UN – both the Security Council and UNESCO – are not who determine what is historically true and what is not. These shameful votes should be reversed immediately; if not, all funding should be withdrawn from the United Nations, by United States and all freedom-loving democracies” — Maria Polizoidou
Political analyst Milenko Nedelskoski asserts that 90 percent are men. Of those men, he explained in an earlier report, some 80 percent are no older than 35 years of age.
These are men of fighting age — descending on the Balkans, on Macedonia and Serbia in the thousands.