…one incident sums up both the ruthlessness of the Sarajevo establishment in dealing with their enemies as well as their international radical links: “A special Bosnian army unit headed by Bakir Izetbegovic, the Bosnian president’s son, murdered a Bosnian general found shot to death in Belgium last week, a Croatian newspaper reported … citing well-informed sources. The Vjesnik newspaper, controlled by the government, said the assassination of Yusuf Prazina was carried out by five members of a commando unit called ‘Delta’ and headed by Ismet Bajramovic also known as Celo. The paper said that three members of the Syrian-backed Palestinian movement Saika had Prazina under surveillance for three weeks before one of them, acting as an arms dealer, lured him into a trap in a car park along the main highway between Liege in eastern Belgium and the German border town of Aachen. Prazina, 30, nicknamed Yuka, went missing early last month. He was found Saturday with two bullet holes to the head. ‘The necessary logistical means to carry out the operation were provided by Bakir Izetbegovic, son of Alija Izetbegovic,, who left Sarajevo more than six months ago,’ Vjesnik said. It added that Bakir Izetbegovic ‘often travels between Brussels, Paris, Frankfurt, Baghdad, Tehran and Ankara, by using Iraqi and Pakistani passports,’ and was in Belgium at the time of the assassination. Hasan Cengic, head of logistics for the army in Bosnia- Hercegovina, was ‘personally involved in the assassination of Yuka Prazina,’ the paper said.” [Yuka Prazina,’ the paper said.” [Agence France Presse, 1/5/94]
“We saw Iranian planes and American planes come in with arms and military equipment… I saw it myself, the planes.”
Thorvald Stoltenberg. former UN Peace Negotiator
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif said Sunday that the Iranian government has worked closely with billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Foundations (OSF) organization.
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“I think that some of it will end up in the hands of the IRGC or of other entities some of which are labeled terrorists.” – John Kerry, speaking as former U.S. Secretary of State serving President Obama in 2016
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 …
“In Bosnia, in the heart of Europe, a lot has happened. We were side by side with Al Qaeda. Al-Qaeda members learned from us. Mudžahedini from all over the world came to Bosnia. Muslim units of the jihadist–noted Kasemi, the Internet portal “apparatus “, which is close to the Iranian government, was established.” — Sayid Kasemi, retired general of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard
“At the time of this project’s completion in 2018, an emboldened and expansionist Iran appears to be the only victor,” authors wrote in the concluding chapter. Col. Joe Rayburn and Col. Frank Sobchak, both retired, authored the study.
“In 2010 [Ayad Allawi] won the election. He had more seats. But the Obama Administration pressured him to hand over power to the Maliki government: To the Iranian backed Maliki government.” –Benjamin Hall, Fox News
“I discovered, however, as other academics also have, that in the field of political theory complete liberty does not exist in the United States. Certain theories are considered ‘taboo.’ If you propose them, the consequence is not a civilized and collegial effort to debate and refute; on the contrary, power is mobilized to censor and persecute. Those who do not buckle under the pressure of protected dogma may even pay with their employment.
After the same experiment in Mexico I reach a different conclusion. At least at ITAM, where I now teach, there is enough academic liberty to question the dominant theories in international relations. It is possible, here, to propose a minority hypothesis. This is what ITAM students have now demonstrated by inviting me—successfully—to present, in our institution’s most important auditorium, the hypothesis according to which the power elites in the United States and Iran are not enemies—as they publicly represent themselves to be—but allies (and for a long time).
I thank the student organization UNE for this invitation.”
— Francisco Gil-White, HIR