Since the war ended with the defeat of the Serbs in 1999, more than one hundred Orthodox holy places have been assaulted and destroyed in Kosovo, many of them going back to the 13th and 14th centuries.
Covic: unmik DID NOT succeed "This is a catastrophe and it speaks of the result achieved in Kosovo.
They are prostituerade allehanda said to include Kosovans visiting relatives in Presevo, which has a big ethnic Albanian population.
It was written, as the prophet Ezekiel put it, 'in the heat of my spirit.' The recent adventure in Iraq has rekindled the embers.In one post he calls on believers to join jihad with isis, in another he has a map of Kosovo under the flag of isis.They are under constant military protection of Greek soldiers, who also provide bordel de merde meaning them with one meal a day, heating and regular medical care.Among the most precious holy places - and the ones most at risk - are the patriarchate of Pec, the monastery of Gracanica, and the cathedral of the Mother of God of Ljevisa, in Prizren.The monastery patron saint's day.The Italian soldiers of kfor ensure the defense of the monastery.For three years the UN Mission has failed to provide basic freedom for Pristina Serbs who still live in a ghetto without basic human rights and free access to hospitals and other institutions which serve solely Kosovo Albanian community.Joanikije in the heart of Drenica.This is confirmed by the dangers incurred by Muslims who convert to Christianity.We are certain that God and our Patron Saint will give us the strength to endure to the end said Mother Anastasija.
Miron Kosac with the monks of Holy thomas cook escorted holidays usa Archangels Monastery near Prizren.
Before the British troops, Greek troops were in charge of escorting the school bus.
Miron: We respond to Albanian grenades with prayer and firm determination to remain at home The Diocese of Raska-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija "responded" to the bomb attack two days ago on the Church.The Greek Commander Ltc.They belong to the group of around 200 Pristina Serbs (out of more than.000 of pre-war Serb inhabitants of Kosovo's capital) who mostly live in a block of appartments with free movement restricted only to the narrow area around the building.The BBC's opinion notwithstanding, the Serbs of Kosovo were not invaders or interlopers or occupiers of land not their own.The incident led to 32 injuries.Even the right of attending classes in Serbian was not provided for the children who had to travel daily to the neighboring Serb village to attend the classes in their mother tongue.