Im Solde der Islamischen Terroristen, wobei ja bekannt ist, das mit hohen Geldsummen aus Katar, den Saudis, HRW, TI usw.. finanziert wird, um gefällige Islamische Terroristen Propaganda zuverbreiten.
Ein Brief von Ende 1992 des neuen Präsidenten Salih Berisha, an den Super Terroristen Abdyl Latif Salih, der bereits in Albanien operierte mit einer Ausbildungs Stätte an der heutigen Autobahn bei Vore, spricht Bände.
Der CIA Offizier des US-amerikanischen Geheimdienstes Robert Baer. outete später das man in den Balkan entsandt wurde (1991 in Sarajewo), um Panik zuverbreiten und um mit mehreren Millionen Dollar Politiker und Nichtregierungsorganisationen zu unterstützen, die nationalen Haß verbreiteten. Die kriminellen und korrupten damaligen Politiker und NGO’s randalieren bis heute überall herum. Die Ausplünderung des Landes, hat prominente US Namen: Wesley Clark, Frank Wisner, Tony Blair: Gangster des Betruges pure.
Auch der damalige Geheimdienst Chef Baskhim Gazidede, Aussenminister Tritan Shehu, bestätigte direkte Treffen von Bin Laden mit Salih Berisha. Erstmalig am 9. Apri 1994 in Tirana
Ziemlicher Langzeit Skandal der Deutschen korrupten Politiker, wenn man im Schlepptau krimineller Amerikaner und des CIA, plötzlich Terroristen unterstützt, und einen Krieg inzeniert, nur damit die NATO eine Aufgabe hat. Hasim Thaci, war damals schon ein dummer Terroristen, der in Mord auch an Kosovaren in Albanien verstrickt ist.. Die KAS, Elmar Brok, als Profi kriminelles Construct, operierte heute noch mit den dümmsten Kriminellen der damaligen Zeit. Die KAS, hat sogar ihren Sitz, direkt in Tirana bei Bin Laden Finanzier: Yassin Kadi, Drogen Geldwäsche seit über 20 Jahren im Balkan.
in den Kommentaren, dann englische links und Quellen, über Fakten, welche Jeder auch inklusive der Hashim Thaci Todesschwadronen schon Ende September 1998 genau kannte. Die Bin Laden Connection, als heutige Titel Geschichte und immer über angeblich Humanitäre NGO’s, ab 1993 im Balkan.
Damals wie heut erzählte der damalige Geheimdienst Chef Fatos Klosi über die Islamischen Terroristen in Tirana, welche auch Anschläge auf die US Botschaft planten, heute erneut Titel Geschichte sind. Madeleine Allbright, sagte damals den Besuch in Tirana ab, 2 Islamisten liess Fatos Klosi festnehmen, welche dann in Ägypten zu Tode gefoltert wurden, 20.000 Seiten unnütze Verhör Protokolle produzierten.
KLA is financed by Bin Laden
Albanian Secret Service Chief Fatos Klosi in 16.5.1998 in der Albania durch den Albanischen Geheimdienst Chef Fatos Klosi: KLA (UCK) is financed by Bin Laden und oben links: Ferdinand Xhafferie, war der Kommunikator, für den Super Verbrecher der Todes Schwadrone: Xhafit Halili, einem Salih Berisha, bestens bekannt, wie dieser Artikel gut beweist, und besonders peinlich.
Fatos Kosi: Ja si i pastruam celulat e Bin Ladenit në Tiranë në bashkëpunim me CIA dhe roli i Sali Berishës
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Bin Laden�s Balkan ConnectionsSeptember 2001 IN MEMORIAM
Dedicated to all victims of terrorism, including a member of The Centre for Peace in the Balkans who is still listed as missing in the World Trade Centre bombing. In testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee on February 2, 1999, CIA Director George Tenet warned of the worldwide threat posed by the Bin Laden network:“There is not the slightest doubt that Osama Bin Laden, his worldwide allies, and his sympathizers are planning further attacks against us. Despite progress against his networks, Bin Laden´s organization has contacts virtually worldwide, including in the United States. And he has stated unequivocally that all Americans are targets. Bin Laden´s overreaching aim is to get the United States out of the Persian Gulf, but he will strike wherever in the world he thinks we are vulnerable. We are anticipating bombing attempts with conventional explosives, but his operatives are also capable of kidnappings and assassinations. We have noted recent activities similar to what occurred prior to the African embassy bombings, Mr. Chairman, and I must tell you that we are concerned that one or more of Bin Laden´s attacks could occur at any time.“According to the September 15, 2001 issue of the New York Times (U.S. Demands Arab Countries ´Choose Sides´ by Jane Perlez) the United States has issued a communiqu� to its embassies around the world „�listing the conditions that nations were expected to meet in order to qualify for membership in the anti-terror coalition.“ Considering that the US supports countries where many terrorists originate or are trained (Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania), we are concerned about the fallout should those countries fail to meet the stated US demands.Furthermore, we must note with tragic irony that the United States trained and financed Islamicist �freedom fighters� during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, to the tune of $10 billion (September 13, 2001, Washington Times). Osama Bin Laden was part and parcel of that military �aid� program.Yet, it would be willful blindness to suggest that the roots of terror begin and end in Afghanistan or the Middle East. When examining events that have transpired in the Balkans over the past ten years, Osama Bin Laden�s name appears prominently. Bin Laden directly aided the Bosnian Muslims, both financially (weapons procurement) and with training. In addition, that same �aid� was extended to the separatist Albanians of Kosovo and Macedonia. Ironically, the US found Bin Laden and his supporters �convenient� allies when dealing with Bosnian Muslims and Kosovo Albanians, again in another so-called struggle for �freedom�.BosniaBosnian Muslim weekly �Dani� reported on September 24, 1999, that Osama Bin Laden, the most wanted terrorist in the world, was issued a Bosnia-Herzegovina passport. Bin Laden was issued the Bosnian passport by the Bosnian embassy in Vienna in 1993. However, Bin Laden was not the only one. A number of suspected terrorists have traveled the globe utilizing �legally issued� Bosnia-Herzegovina documents.
In the early 1990s, Albania offered its help to the United States, which was looking for ways to support the Bosnian Muslim side in the conflict in the former Yugoslavia
BALKAN – ALBANIA – KOSOVO – HEROIN – JIHAD
The biggest paradox in the international war on drugs is connected to the Balkans and the explosion of terrorist activities in that troubled area. However, it relates less to drugs and arms and more to the major participants in this deadly game.
Terrorist organizations at the top of America’s most wanted list are receiving tacit support in the Balkans from the Clinton administration. The „most wanted“ terrorist in the world today, Osama bin Laden, who declared a „fatwa“ against the US, is being abetted by the Clinton doctrine. In the Balkans, we are witnessing a true paradox where several mortal enemies – Iranian revolutionary guards, Osama bin Laden and the CIA – are standing shoulder to shoulder while pursuing diametrically opposite goals.
Drugs Finance Terrorism
Earlier reporting has confirmed that terrorism in the Balkans has been primarily financed through narcotics trafficking. Heroin – worth 12 times its weight in gold – is by far the most profitable commodity on the markets. A kilogram of heroin, worth $1,000 in Thailand, wholesales for $110,000 in Canada with a street value of $800,000.
In fact, heroin trafficking has become so beneficial to the cause of Albanian separatism that the predominantly Albanian-inhabited towns of Veliki Trnovac and Blastica in Serbia, Vratnica and Gostivar in FYR Macedonia, and Shkoder and Durres in Albania have become known as the „new Medellins“ of the Balkans. Via the Balkan Route, heroin travels through Turkey, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania en route to western European markets. The value of the heroin shipped is $400-billion (US) a year. As early as 1996, the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) detailed the Balkan Route in its annual report. In 1998, the DEA stated that Kosovo Albanians had become the second most important traffickers on the Balkan Route.
These predominantly Albanian drug barons from Kosovo ship heroin exclusively from Asia’s Golden Crescent, an apparently inexhaustible source. At one end of the crescent lies Afghanistan, which in 1999 surpassed Burma as the world’s largest producer of opium poppies. From there, the heroin base passes through Iran to Turkey, where it is refined, and then placed into the hands of the Albanians who operate out of the lawless towns bordering FYR Macedonia, Albania, and Serbia. According to the US State Department, four to six tons of heroin move through Turkey every month.
„Not very much is stopped“, says one official. „We get just a fraction of the total“. Not surprisingly, the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) has flourished along the route. Its dependence on the drug lords is difficult to prove, but the evidence is impossible to overlook.
In 1998, German Federal Police froze two bank accounts belonging to the „United Kosova“ organization at a Dusseldorf bank after it was discovered that several hundred thousand dollars had been deposited into those accounts by a convicted Kosovo Albanian drug trafficker. According to at least one published report, Bujar Bukoshi, Prime Minister of the „Kosova“ Government in Exile, also allegedly controlled the accounts.
In early 1999 an Italian court in Brindisi convicted an Albanian heroin trafficker named Amarildo Vrioni, who admitted obtaining weapons for the KLA from the Mafia in exchange for drugs.
Last February 23, Czech police arrested Princ Dobroshi, the head of an Albanian Kosovo drug gang. While searching his apartment, they discovered evidence that he had placed orders for light infantry weapons and rocket systems. No one had questioned what a small-time dealer would be doing with rockets. Only later did Czech police reveal he was shipping them to the KLA. The Czechs extradited Dobroshi to Norway where he had escaped from prison in 1997 while serving a 14-year sentence for heroin trafficking.
It’s therefore not surprising, say European law enforcement officials, that the faction that ultimately seized power in Kosovo — the KLA under Hashim Thaci — was the group that maintained the closest links to traffickers.
In its report about the KLA and heroin smuggling, the Montreal Gazette wrote: „…Michael Levine, a 25-year veteran of the DEA (US Drug Enforcement Agency) who left in 1990, said he believes there is no question that US intelligence knew about the KLA’s drug ties. „They (the CIA) protected them (the KLA) in every way they could. As long as the CIA is protecting the KLA, you’ve got major drug pipelines protected from any police investigation“, said Levine, who teaches undercover tactics and informer handling to US and Canadian police forces, including the RCMP. „The evidence is irrefutable,“ he said, explaining that his information comes from „sources inside the DEA“.
The Albanian Medellin connection is particularly strong in Italy where it is operating in conjunction with the „Sacra Corona Unita,“ or the fourth mafia. The group controls the drug trade in the regions of Brindisi, Lecce and Taranto.
The tentacles of the Albanian mafia stretch across Europe. According to Interpol, Albanian-speaking drug dealers accounted for 14% of those arrested for heroin smuggling in 1997. While the average trafficker was apprehended with two grams of heroin, the Albanians had an average of 120 grams in their possession. Scandinavian countries claim that Albanians control 80% of the heroin market there. Switzerland says 90% of the drug trafficking in that country is connected to Albanians. German law enforcement agencies claim that Albanians form the largest group involved in heroin trafficking.
German Federal Police now say that Kosovo Albanians import 80 percent of Europe’s heroin. So dominant is the Kosovo Albanian presence in trafficking that many European users refer to illicit drugs in general as „Albanka“, or Albanian lady.
Terrorism, Spies and Albanians
Osama bin Laden�s activities in Albania are well known and documented. The presence of his network in that country is so powerful that US Defence Secretary William Cohen cancelled a scheduled visit last July out of fear of being assassinated.
The Albanian national security organization SHIK confirmed that plans exist to target US objects in Albania. SHIK is the offspring of the notorious communist security apparatus the „Sigurimi.“ The former head of the Sigurimi, Irakli Kocollari, is advisor to the current head of SHIK, Fatos Klosi. In 1997 the CIA sent a team of experts to modernize and reorganize SHIK. The other major patron of SHIK is the German intelligence agency Bundensnachrichtendienst (BND) which opened one of its largest stations in Tirana. A review of BND personnel is revealing. While the terrorist Albanian organization Ushtria Clirimtare e Kosove – UCK (KLA) was being formed, the BND was headed by Hansjorg Geiger whose deputy was Rainer Kesselring, the son of the Luftwaffe general who bombed Belgrade during the Second World War.
Mr. Kesselring was given the job of training KLA terrorists at a Turkish base near Izmir where he was head of the BND station in 1978. French sources confirmed that members of the German commando unit, Kommando Spezialkrafte (KSK), participated in the KLA training program. Gen. Klaus Neumann, the outgoing head of NATO’s occupational forces in Kosovo and Metohija, formed the German commando unit.
The relationship between the CIA and SHIK is one of master and servant. At the CIA�s „request“ last year, Albania expelled three „humanitarian“ workers, two Syrians and an Iranian. Acting on another request, SHIK arrested an Albanian national, Maksim Ciciku, for spying on the US embassy. Ciciku was educated in Saudi Arabia. In Albania he worked for a private security company which provided bodyguards for visiting Arabs. He was accused of following embassy employees on behalf of Osama bin Laden. Albania also expelled four Egyptians who were suspected of ties to bin Laden. Two others were arrested and handed over to US agents, along with a van full of documents and computer equipment, all of which belonged to Osama bin Laden�s organization.
At about the same time, Iran, through its embassy in Rome and it�s operative Mahmut Nuranija, began to organize an intelligence-gathering sector in Albania. Their involvement in Albania was based on two levels: economic-financial through the Albanian Arab Islamic Bank, and humanitarian through organizations which have become standard covers for subversive activities. At the beginning of 1998 Iran began the serious consolidation of its most important European strongholds, Sarajevo and Tirana. According to Yossef Bodansky, terrorism and unconventional warfare analyst, Iran aided the KLA by providing military plans drawn up by Zaim Bersa, a former colonel in the Yugoslav National Army (JNA), and another Kosovo Albanian, Ejup Dragaj.
One of the leaders of an elite KLA unit was Muhammed al-Zawahiri, the brother of Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri, a leader in an Egyptian Jihad organization and a military commander of Osama bin Laden. Once again Kosovo becomes a paradox where several mortal enemies – Iranian revolutionary guards, Osama bin Laden and the CIA – are standing shoulder to shoulder training the KLA.
It is believed that bin Laden solidified his organization in Albania in 1994 with the help of then premier Sali Berisha. Albania�s ties to Islamic terrorist blossomed during Berisha’s rule when the main KLA training base was on Berisha’s property in northern Albania. During the „honeymoon“ period between the CIA and Jihad holy warriors, Fatos Klosi, the head of SHIK, said he had reliable information that four groups of Jihad warriors from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Algiers, Tunisia and Sudan were in northern Albania and fighting with the KLA. Klosi recently stated that there is an attempt to destabilize the country, alluding primarily to former premier Sali Berisha.
Jihad and Serbia
In 1994 in Lebanon, a radical Sunni Muslim group, Takfir wal Hijra, attempted to blow up a convoy of Serbian priests who were on their way Koura. The priests avoided death when the suicide bomber detonated the explosive device prematurely.
This attempt on the lives of Serbian priests preceded a more ambitious plan. At the 18th Islamic conference, Al-Jama�ah al-Islaiyyah, held in Pakistan (October 23-25, 1998), Albanian separatism in Kosovo and Metohija was characterized as a Jihad. The same definition was given to Muslim battles in India (Kashmir), Israel (Palestine) and Eritrea. By defining armed battles as a „holy war“ or Jihad, an obligation is placed on the Muslim world to do everything in its power – economically, politically and diplomatically – to aid the fight for freedom in occupied Muslim territories“. This gave legitimacy to terrorist acts carried out by Allah�s holy warriors. Referring to a Jihad, the terrorist organization of Osama bin Laden announced terrorist attacks against „infidel nations“, namely Great Britain, United States, France, Israel, Russia, India and Serbia.
The Bosnian Jihad Connection
In Bosnia-Herzegovina, the influence of the ruling Islamic party, Party of Democratic Action (SDA), has brought out the recently born again „true believers“. Recognized by their long beards and short-legged pants, large numbers of them participated in KLA terrorist activities in Kosovo and Metohija. The transport of these Jihad warriors was conducted under the patronage of the SDA which provided them with passports. Visas were issued for a „haj,“ or pilgrimage, to Mecca. Dr. Nauman Balic, head of the Kosovo SDA and now a minister in Hashim Thaci�s government“, was responsible for their transit to Albania. The Bosnian Muslims were provided with journalists‘ credentials and 2,000 DM for travel costs. It is not known how many returned from Kosovo, but a number of these Jihad warriors lost their lives in Chechnya.
The Sarajevo authorities were active in the training of terrorists. In 1993 Saudi Arabia provided $1 million to build a refugee camp for Bosnian Muslims in Albania. One of the main political leaders of the Muslim authorities in Sarajevo admitted to Misha Glenny that the base was used to train saboteurs sent to Kosovo because their Serbian was flawless.
Kosovo under NATO – A Virtual Narco-State (1)
The benefits of the drug trade are evident around Pristina — more so than the benefits of Western aid. „The new buildings, the better roads, and the sophisticated weapons — many of these have been bought with drugs,“ says Michel Koutouzis, the Balkans region expert for the Global Drugs Monitor (OGD), a Paris-based think tank. The repercussions of this drug connection are only now emerging, and many Kosovo observers fear that the province could be evolving into a virtual narco-state under the noses of 49,000 peacekeeping troops.
It was the disparate structure of the KLA, Koutouzis says, that Facilitated the drug-smuggling explosion. „It permitted a democratization of drug trafficking where ordinary people get involved, and everyone contributes a part of his profit to his clan leader in the KLA,“ he explains. „The more illegal the activity, the more money the clan gets from the traffickers. So it’s in the interest of the clan to promote drug trafficking“.
According to Marko Nicovic, the former chief of police in Belgrade, now an investigator who works closely with Interpol, the international police agency, 400 to 500 Kosovo Albanians move shipments in the 20-kilo range, while about 5,000 Kosovo Albanians are small-timers, handling shipments of less than two kilos. At one point in 1996, he says, more than 800 ethnic Albanians were in jail in Germany on narcotics charges.
In many places, Kosovo Albanians traffickers gained a foothold in the Illicit drug trade through raw violence. According to a 1999 German Federal Police report, „The ethnic Albanian gangs have been involved in drugs, weapons trafficking blackmail, and murder. They are increasingly prone to violence“.
Tony White of the United Nations Drug Control Program agrees with this assessment. „They are more willing to use violence than any other group,“ he says. „They have confronted the established order throughout Europe and pushed out the Lebanese, Pakistani, and Italian cartels“.
Few gangs are willing to tangle with the Kosovo Albanians. Those that do often pay the ultimate price. In January 1999, Kosovo Albanians killed Nine people in Milan, Italy during a two-week bloodbath between rival heroin groups.
Now free of the war and the Yugoslav police, drug traffickers have Reopened the old Balkan Road. With the KLA in power — and in the spotlight – the top trafficking families have begun to seek relative respectability without decreasing their heroin shipments. „The Kosovo Albanians are trying to position themselves in the higher levels of trafficking“, says the U.N.’s Tony White. „They want to get away from the violence of the streets and attract less attention. Criminals like to move up like any other business, and the Kosovo Albanians are becoming business leaders. They have become equal partners with the Turks“.
Italian national police discovered this new Kosovo Albanian outreach last year when they undertook „Operation Pristina“. The carabinieri (Italian Police) uncovered a chain of connections that originated in Kosovo and stretched through nine European countries, extending into Central Asia, South America and the United States.
White House officials deny a whitewashing of KLA activities. „We do care about (KLA drug trafficking)“, says Agresti. „It’s just that we’ve got our hands full trying to bring peace there“.
The DEA is equally reticent to address the issue. According to Michel Koutouzis, the DEA’s website once contained a section detailing Kosovo Albanians trafficking, but a week before the US-led bombings began, the section disappeared. „The DEA doesn’t want to talk publicly (about the KLA)“, says OGD director Alain Labrousse. „It’s embarrassing to them“.
High-ranking US officials are dismayed that the KLA was installed in power without public discussion or a thorough check of its background. „I don’t think we’re doing anything there to stem the drugs“, says a senior State Department official. „It’s out of control. It should be a high priority. We’ve warned about it“.
Even if it tried to stop the Kosovo Albanian heroin trade, the US would be hard-pressed to do so. „Nobody’s in control in Kosovo“, adds the State Department official. „They don’t even have a police force“. Regardless of what it says, there’s little indication that the administration wants to do anything with the intelligence available about its newest ally. „There is no doubt that the KLA is a major trafficking organization“, said a congressional expert who monitors the drug trade and requested anonymity. „But we have a relationship with the KLA, and the administration doesn’t want to damage (its) reputation. We are partners.
Ein Brief des damaligen Staatspräsidenten Salih Berisha, an den Super Terroristen: Abdul Latif Saleh, der die Waffen Lieferungen mit Salih Berisha und seinen Leuten nach Bosnien koordinierte.
Salih Berisha und die Albanische Verbindung zum Super Terroristen Abdul Latif Saleh – International Islamic Relief Organization
Eine lange Tradition hat Salih Berisha nicht nur zu Kriminellen, sondern auch zur den Top Leuten aus dem Internationalen Terrorismus, welche ja Alles bereits in 1992-93 inkluaive Bin Laden in Albanien waren. Vor Jahren wurde sein Vermögen beschlagnahmt. Die selben Methoden und Lügen, dies selben Leute sind heute erneut in der Türkei aktiv, als Financier des Erdogan’s einem uralten Taliban Freund, welche vor 20 Jahren die Terroristen in der Türkei trainierten für Bosnien und dem Kosovo und heute für Terror Aktionen in Syrien.Yassin Kadi ebenso.
Weltweit dokumentiert. Salih Berisha organisierte Verbrecher und Terroristen Gruppen, u.a. mit Abdul Saleh
September 19, 2005: US Freezes Assets of Al-Qadi Associate
The US freezes the assets of Abdul Latif Saleh, who is a citizen of both Jordan and Albania. Bin Laden allegedly gave Saleh $600,000 to create “extremist groups” in Albania, and Saleh is also said to be tied to the Islamic Jihad (which merged into al-Qaeda before 9/11). Saleh is also said to be associated with Saudi multimillionaire Yassin al-Qadi (see October 12, 2001). The Treasury Department claims, “Saleh and Qadi had entered into several business partnerships with one another, including a sugar importing business, a medical enterprise and a construction business. Saleh served as the general manager of all of Qadi’s businesses in Albania and reportedly holds 10 percent of the Qadi Group’s investments in Albania.” [Associated Press, 9/19/2005; US Department of the Treasury, 9/19/2005] In the middle of 2004, the Swiss government also froze bank accounts worth $20 million of an unnamed Saudi businessman who is the former president of the Muwafaq Foundation over alleged al-Qaeda ties (see June 25, 2004). Al-Qadi was the founder and main investor of Muwafaq (see 1995-1998). [New York Times, 6/25/2004]
Entity Tags: Osama bin Laden, Abdul Latif Saleh, US Department of the Treasury, Yassin al-Qadi
In early 1990s Albania offered its help to the United States, which was looking for ways to support the Bosnian Muslims side in conflict in former Yugoslavia.