NATO Learns for Whom It Has Won a War
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US troops out of Europe!
Why Albaninas Fled
Economic terrorism
Montenegro Goverment Delemna
Kosovo Commission
March 2000: Kosovo One Year Later
Ethnical Aspects on NATO
Ethnic Cleansing
Europe`s Plan to Control the Balkans
Comparison between Clinton and Hitler
Americans are learning to accept War Crimes
Serbs and Roma Flee KLA Terror in Kosovo
NATO Learns for Whom It Has Won a War
What do we do next? Massacre Serbs
When Others Converted, Serbs Didn`t
Who Won and Who Lost
Crisis in the Atlantic Alliance
UN Security Council Draft Resolution
Serbs Withdraw under UN Resolution
Did the Serbs Lose (NATO view)
NATO and Russia Breakthrough
A Truly Heroic Resistance
Refusing to Rebuild Bombed Infrastracture
Escorting KLA into Kosovo
Indicator of a Future Plan
Resolution 1244
The Ultimate War Crime
Who Will Punish NATO?
NATO Complicit in Ethnic Cleansing of Serbs
Tyranny to Kosovo Albanians
Attacks by Albanians Intensifying
100,000 Dead Kosovars
KFOR & UN Legalization of Anarchy


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NATO Learns for Whom It Won a War

It is becoming harder by the day to justify NATO’s continued collaboration with the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). A front page article in the June 25 New York Times cites KLA commanders, former Albanian government officials, and Western diplomats who claim KLA leader Hashim Thaci and two of his lieutenants led purges of the KLA ranks, to root out and kill potential challengers to Thaci’s leadership. No one has come forward to say they witnessed Thaci or his associates, Azem Syla and Xhavit Haliti, personally carrying out the killings, though reports to this effect have circulated for years. Moreover, there have been numerous documented accounts of people killed shortly after criticizing or being threatened by Thaci and his associates, whose reputations for ruthlessness and intimidation are legendary.

Among Thaci’s victims listed in the New York Times was rebel commander Ilir Konushevci – killed in KLA held territory after accusing Haliti of siphoning a profit off arms sales to the KLA. His death was blamed on the Serbs.

Another was Ahmet Krasniqi, a former Yugoslav Army colonel who, sponsored by the administration of moderate Kosovar Albanian leader Ibrahim Rugova, brought 600 troops and $4.5 million to assist the KLA against the Serbs. Krasniqi, who Rugova hoped would bring legitimacy to the moderates on the battlefield, was assassinated in Tirana in September 1998, at the orders of Thaci and with the cooperation of the Albanian government.

Two more KLA officers, Agim Ramadani and Sali Ceku, were killed in April of this year after opposing Thaci, and their deaths were blamed on the Serbs. Thaci did publicly threaten Rugova’s life, after the moderate leader left for Italy and refused to back Thaci’s self-declared for government.

What Thaci and Rubin have not been able to deny is the wave of reprisals against Serbs carried out by Kosovar Albanians, including members of the KLA. Serbs have been kidnapped, beaten, and killed, their houses and businesses looted and burned, and NATO has been unable to stop the campaign. KLA soldiers were arrested by KFOR after they were discovered with bound, beaten, and dead prisoners in a police station in Kosovo. A Serb professor and two Serb workers were found bound and shot to death at the University of Pristina. KLA troops reportedly overran the Devic monastery, looted and vandalized it, terrorized the priest and nuns with gunfire, and raped at least one nun. KLA officials deny their troops’ involvement in the attacks on Serbs, charging that civilian youth and criminals are posing as KLA members and donning the uniforms and insignia of the group. They do not explain why Albanian civilians would want to frame the KLA for such crimes.

The Serb press raises more questions about the advisability of cooperating with the KLA in reports that the KLA, unhappy with Italian troops’ defense of Serbs in Pec, fired at visiting Italian foreign Minister Lamberto Dini. This report has not been confirmed by other sources. Also, according to a reporter for Jane’s Intelligence Review, evidence recovered last December from Osama bin Laden- linked terrorists in Yemen includes video footage of the terrorists training with the KLA in either Kosovo or Albania. While adding these new reports, allegations, and evidence to previous reports of KLA links to Middle East terrorists and drug and gun trafficking, one can only question the willingness and speed with which NATO has come to accept the KLA’s de facto leadership role in Kosovo.

The problem is, NATO simply has no options. It has so elevated the KLA throughout Operation Allied Force, so marginalized Rugova and the moderates, and so demonized the Serbs, that it can not now tear down Thaci’s organization. NATO was successfully manipulated into waging a war on behalf of the KLA and its backers in the Albanian government. NATO is now learning that it is impossible not to take sides in a conflict.

Unless it is now willing to combat the KLA and take complete and sole military and political control of the province, it has just handed control of Kosovo to an unethical and unhumane group of bandits and criminals. NATO attempted to wage an even-handed humanitarian war to impose a peaceful tie between hostile camps engaged in a very messy, centuries-old blood feud. Now, too late, it learns what it stepped into.