Wahhabism tightening grip over Kosovo - Die Ausbreitung des fundamentalen Wahhabism Islam im Kosovo
Wahhabism tightening grip over Kosovo
Ahtisaari’s plan for independence may help terrorism flourish
É slam has flourished in the Balkans over the centuries with a peaceful and modern outlook but over the last decade, especially now with the talk of Kosovo independence, there are questions being raised about the external influence in once-tranquil religious relations.
Wahhabism, a fundamental form of Islam with origins in Saudi Arabia has been rearing its ugly head of intolerance in the Balkans starting from Bosnia a decade ago. With the recent manifestation of its hardcore modus operandi in Kosovo, which has more than a 90 percent Muslim population, the ongoing impact of Wahhabism demands serious attention. First, let’s look at origins of Wahhabism. …………………. the Saudi ruling family in 1980s decided to export this home-grown militancy to Afghanistan to fight Soviets and the rest is history.
Today, Wahhabism needs new breeding grounds along with training and survival fields. It will not be long after the “independence” of Kosovo that the Kosovoan version, of “Muttawa,” the religious police since 1926 of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia that enforces prayer five times a day, monitors mobile SMS and arrests women for failing to cover themselves completely, will be a reality on the streets of Kosovo. One look at the local media reports in Kosovo and neighbouring arena will suffice to convince any sceptic about the dangers of Wahhabism form of Islam. The UN and Kosovo police in the southern part of the divided town of Kosovska Mitrovica on September 19 arrested one of the leaders of the Wahhabite movement in southern Serbia and Kosovo, according to local media reports.
According to these reports the arrested man was Bajram Aslani, allegedly the main Kosovo connection with the recentlyarrested Wahhabi group in Novi Pazar, Southern Serbia. The local reports suggested that the Belgrade Special prosecution for Organised crime on September 14 pressed charges against a group of 15 Wahhabites from Novi Pazar for terrorism and unlawful possession of arms.
Some of the defendants were arrested near Novi Pazar on March 16 and large quantities of weapons, ammunition and explosives were found during the operation. Moreover, in late April reports stated that in the village of Donja Trnava near Novi Pazar, the police had a clash with two Wahabis, which resulted in the killing of one of them, Ismail Prentic, and the wounding of one police officer.
Two recent explicit cases involving Wahhabis in Kosovo can be put forward in addition to every day media reports of Wahhabis being arrested, exchanging fire with law-enforcing agencies or simply taking over mosques that have been there for hundreds of years in Turkish style and converting them to conform to Wahhabi way of architecture and worship. The first case is in the Gazimestan area which has historic values with a famous medieval battlefield dating back to 1389, stretching from Pristina to Mitrovica. In addition to the remains of Serbian Prince Lazar and Ottoman Sultan Murad, there in the vicinity are two shrines called “Turbe” existing for hundreds of years and have never got disturbed until recently when these were vandalised.
According to local reliable sources who wanted to remain anonymous for obvious reasons, it was allegedly the work of Wahhabis as they believe tombs should not be kept as shrines. The allegations are strengthened by the fact that even in Saudi Arabia there have been such cases like the Jannatul- Baqi, the famous cemetery in Medina, also known as the “Tree garden of Heaven,” which is alleged to have been destroyed in order to keep up with the Wahhabi ideal of not worshipping graves.
Another important case that did stir strong local resentment happened in Prizren, an old historic town that has a history of multiethnic population represented by an Orthodox Church, a Catholic Church and a Mosque, more than 350 years old from the days of Ottoman Empire. According to local sources, the mosque was getting refurbished with Saudi money and the new Imam allegedly preaches Wahhabism. The local Muslim population is disgruntled with the actions of the new Imam who without Doing business in Albania easier in 2008
World Bank headquarters in DC
Washington D.C., Sept.27 - Investing in Albania is a reasonable opportunity, according to Doing Business 2008—the fifth in an annual series issued by the World Bank and IFC. The report shows that Albania is overtaking other countries in a number of areas, such as employing workers, registering property, paying taxes, enforcing contracts and trading across borders. For example, during the period under review, Albania eased the tax burden by amending depreciation rates and reducing labor taxes and contributions. In addition, by reducing the number of documents, days and costs of exporting and importing, Albania hurdled from 101st to 70th position among the 178 countries, in terms of the ease in trading across borders. Despite good progress in other areas, Albania’s also saw marginal slippages in its ranking with respect to other countries, namely, starting a business, dealing with licenses and protecting investors.
Zur Zeit gibt es mehr von Steuergeldern gesponserte unnütze Consults und angebliche Investment Berater in Albanien, als echte Investoren. ein gutes Beispiel ist die von Deutschen sinnlose Wirtschafts >Konferenz in Tirana vom 22-24. Oktober, wo sich nur die vielen unnützen Beamten und Wichtigtuer treffen in Tirana und ihre Korruptions Maschinerie. Solche Konferenzen gab es auf einem höherem Level schon vor über 10 Jahren in Tirana, wobei allerdings der Alb. Staat die Leute damals eingeladen hatte u.a. beim G-27 Treffen in Tirana 1995 usw..
hier die Liste der Politischen Selbst Bediener, welche sich damit ein paar schöne Tage in Tirana machen, auf einer vollkommen sinnlosen Konferenz. Mit den Kosten, könnte man etliche neue Wasserleitungen bauen.
Noch peinlicher ist es, das dieser berüchtigte Korruptions Beratung Verein DAW, noch nicht einmal im Alb. Vereins oder Handels Register (seit 1999) eingetragen ist und jedes Steuer Gesetz, welches in Deutschland gültig ist, wie einen 25% Aufschlag, für unterschlagene Steuern kritisieren. Von der Alb. Regierung nimmt niemand an der Konferenz teil, der wirklich das Sagen hat.
Man fordert ja eine Millionen schwere Geldstrafe, für das Bestechungs Geschäft der DAW mit Spartak Poci, Anglji, Fatos Nano welche zur Airport International Firma führte.
Deutsch-Albanische Wirtschaftskonferenz 2007 am 23.10.2007 in Tirana