The threat developed after NATO forces bombed and invaded Serbia in order to stop the Serbian military putting down a bloody Islamist rebellion in the Serbian province of Kosovo, which had been steadily Islamised by the mass immigration of Albanian Muslims over previous decades.
The 1999 NATO campaign led to the establishment of the independent sectarian Islamist state which has since made repeated efforts to ethnically cleanse the last Serbs from the ancient heartland of their own nation. With the exception of Greece, all NATO members were involved to some degree, although USA, Britain and Germany were the most active.
After forcing the Serbian to hand Kosovo over to the Islamist terrorists of the so-called Kosovan Liberation Army (KLA) – including thousands of Salafist volunteers from the Middle East – USA and Italy used the ‘need’ to protect the new Islamist regime from Serbia as an excuse to set up military bases. The American base Camp Bondsteel – pictured above – is the largest US military facility outside of the USA.
Kosovo is not, however, merely home to NATO bases. According to intelligence sources, Kosovo also houses at least five ISIS training camps, one of them just a few miles from Bondsteel.
In these camps, ethnic Albanian and other Islamist terrorists are trained by former KLA fighters, the so-called ‘heroes’ of the war on Christian Serbia. The presence of fundamentalist cells in the Balkans was already is well known (two years ago the Italian newspaper Espresso revealed that there were around twenty in the whole region) but the latest news shows that the threat is now even higher.
In Kosovo’s ISIS training camps, aspiring jihadists study Arabic and the Koran, learn to handle weapons, and practice shooting and making IEDs while learning guerrilla techniques in the woods.
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