CHRISTIAN TERRORISTS, RUSSIAN & GREEK VOLUNTEERS IN BOSNIA
VIDEO: Russian terrorists in Skelani in 1993. Skelani was a pre-war Bosnian Muslim village with 950 Bosniak residents and 160 Serbs. Russian volunteers participated in the massacres against the Bosniak population of Skelani.
Little has been told about Christian terrorists who came -- in the name of "Christianity" -- to fight in Bosnia by raping, torturing and slaughtering Bosnian Muslim civilians - and ultimately, committing the genocide in Srebrenica. Many of these Orthodox Christian terrorists participated in the massacres against the largely unarmed Bosniak Muslim population in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Not even one of them faced the justice.
On the other hand, there has been a lot of talk about 0.1% of volunteers, who came from Islamic countries to join Bosniak-defence forces and fight against the Serbian fascists in Bosnia. Out of 200,000 soldiers in the Army of Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, there was only few hundred or 0.1% of mujahadeens who fought alongside our forces in the central, northern, and possibly western parts of Bosnia around Bihac (but not in Srebrenica). A much larger percentage of the Christian terrorists fought alongside the Bosnian Serb Army led by genocidal commander Ratko Mladic.
Recently, a Greek volunteer and participant in the Srebrenica Genocide, Stavros Vitalis, sued a prominent Greek journalist, Michas Takis, for revealing the depth of a Greek involvement in the Genocide in Bosnia. Shouldn't be the other way around?
Greek terrorists are not the only ones who helped Ratko Mladic slaughter Bosnian Muslims. According to the Government-owned (and controlled) Russian papers "Pravda.ru", in 2003, the commissioner of the Hague Tribunal, Vanessa Le Roa,
"demanded the delivery of the Russian military men who had volunteered to wage war in Bosnia... Vanessa Le Roa affirmed up to 700 Russian military men were waging war in Yugoslavia ten years ago. Investigators of The Hague Tribunal have allegedly collected enough evidence to prove Russian military men's participation in punitive operations against Muslims and Croatians."
However, to this day, nothing has been done to bring these terrorists to justice. It is important to note that the Christian terrorism in Bosnia dates back to the act of assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand by Bosnian Serb terrorist Gavrilo Princip on 28 June 1914. This terror act ignited the World War I and indicrectly caused the suffering of millions of people. Yet, we don't see much talk about the Christian terror in the Balkans. Can anyone explain WHY?