Tuesday, June 16, 2009

GREEN CORRIDOR IN THE BALKANS

This is a seminal piece of research from the Balkans. After finishing reading look back at few points:

1. Kosovo independence, camp BONDSTEEL and oil – interference by US, UK, NATO.

2. Global Islamic Caliphate spewing network are headquartered in UK – Hizbut Tahrir and Tableeghi Jamaat (both aligned to Al Qaeda).

3. The role of Ghazwatul Hind, Khorasan and the march of the Army from South Asia to Europe and beyond.

4. The author misses the crucial part ISI played in Bosnia, though he mentions Khalid Sh Md. Read more of ISI & Bosnia here : ISI & AL - QAEDA.

Already the US has arm twisted India into making two important concessions post 26/11 - and even had the audacity to ask us to trim our consulate in JALALABAD, Afghanistan as it may be creating trouble for the Pakistanis in SWAT, BALCOHCISTAN !!

1. Talk to Pakistan even after they have taken no action against the perpetrators and in fact thumbed their nose by releasing the mastermind Hafeez Saeed.

2. Army presence from Kashmir is thinning down for a sinister plan for greater autonomy and increasing trade across LOC (Line of Control), which will see Pakistan taking greater control of the valley.


The following article by Dr. Srdja Trifkovic (1) was the basis for the author’s presentation and an accompanying discussion at the meeting in Copenhagen on May 17, 2009. It is one of a series of essays collected in the book Kosovo: The Score 1999-2009, which was published earlier this year by the American Council for Kosovo and the Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies. It is reproduced here with permission.

U.S. Policy and Geopolitics of Jihad: The Green Corridor in the Balkans by Srdja Trifkovic



The Green Transverse or “Green Corridor” (in Serbian/Croatian: Zelena transverzala (2) is a geopolitical concept that has been used in two distinct, albeit interconnected meanings:

1. To define the long-term goal of Islamist ideologues, both in the Balkans and in the wider Muslim world, to create a geographically contiguous chain of majority- Muslim or Muslim-dominated polities that will extend from Turkey in the southeast to the northwestern-most point of Bosnia (120 miles from Austria). (3)

2. To denote the ongoing process of increasing ethno-religious self-assertiveness among major traditionally Muslim communities in the Balkans, (4) this has had a fourfold effect:


(a) Expanding the geographic area of their demographic dominance;

(b) Establishing and/or expanding various entities under Muslim political control with actual or potential claim to sovereign statehood;

(c) Enhancing the dominant community’s Islamic character and identity within those entities, with the parallel decrease of presence and power of non-Muslim groups; and

(d) Prompting Muslim communities’ ambitions for ever bolder designs in the future, even at the risk of conflict with their non-Muslim neighbors. Giving some clarity to this concept is essential to a comprehensive understanding of the motives, actions, and emerging expectations of different actors in the Yugoslav wars in general and the ongoing Kosovo crisis in particular.


Reality Denied — Political, cultural, religious and demographic trends among Muslim communities in the Balkans strongly suggest that the Green Corridor is taking shape, either deliberately or spontaneously. (5) Nevertheless, many Western academic experts and media commentators (especially in the English-speaking world) have shown the tendency to be a priori dismissive of any suggestion that a long-term Islamic geopolitical design exists in the Balkans, let alone that it is being deliberately and systematically pursued. The notion of the Green Corridor was thus criticized as a product of Serbian propaganda with “Islamophobic” overtones, although its most authoritative proponents have been institutions and experts with no ethnic or personal axe to grind in the Balkan imbroglio.

The Bosnian war was still raging when Sir Alfred Sherman, former advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and co-founder of The Lord Byron Foundation, warned that the Muslims’ objective was “to create a ‘Green Corridor’ from Bosnia through the Sanjak to Kosovo” that would separate Serbia from Montenegro. (6) Western powers are “in effect fostering this Islamistan,” Sherman warned, and developing “close working relations with Iran, whose rulers are keen to establish a European base for their politico-religious activities.” In addition, “Washington is keen on involving its NATO ally Turkey, which has been moving away from Ataturk’s secularist and Western stance back to a more Ottomanist, pan-Muslim orientation, and is actively helping the Muslim forces.”

THE GREEN CORRIDOR

Sherman’s diagnosis proved to be prescient. A decade later it was echoed by Col. Shaul Shay of BESA Center at Bar-Ilan University. He noted that “the Balkans serve as a forefront on European soil for Islamic terror organizations, which exploit this area to promote their activities in Western Europe, and other focal points worldwide.” His verdict regarding the Green Corridor is disquieting:

The establishment of an independent Islamic territory including Bosnia, Kosovo and Albania is one of the most prominent achievements of Islam since the siege of Vienna in 1683. Islamic penetration into Europe through the Balkans is one of the main achievements of Islam in the twentieth century. (7)

Shay’s account shows how the Bosnian war provided the historical opportunity for radical Islam to penetrate the Balkans at a time when the Muslim world — headed by Iran and the various Islamic terror organizations, including al-Qaeda — came to the aid of the Muslims. The Jihadist operational-organizational infrastructure was thus established.

John Schindler, professor of strategy at the U.S. Naval War College and former National Security Agency analyst and counterintelligence officer, concurs: in his view the Balkans provide the missing piece in the puzzle of al-Qa’ida’s transformation from an isolated fighting force into a lethal global threat. (8) Radical Islam played a key role in the Yugoslav conflict, Schindler says: like Afghanistan in the 1980s, Bosnia in the 1990s became a training ground for the mujahidin, leading to blowback of epic proportions.

The Green Corridor paradigm reflects Samuel Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations, which used the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a paradigmatic case of the so called “fault-line wars” between Islam and the rest. Many years before the first shots were fired in Bosnia in 1992, that paradigm was confirmed by Alija Izetbegovic. In his Islamic Declaration Izetbegovic denied any chance of “peace or coexistence between the Islamic faith and non-Islamic societies and political institutions”:

Islam contains the principle of ummet, the tendency to unite all Muslims into a single community — a spiritual, cultural and political community… It is a natural function of the Islamic order to gather all Muslims and Muslim communities throughout the world into one.” (9)

During the Bosnian war (1992-1995) Izetbegovic presented a “pluralist” image to the West, but his followers acted in accordance with his primary message. The fruits of their labor — and that of their coreligionists in another half-dozen countries in the region — are clearly visible along a thousand miles’ trail through the middle of today’s Balkans.

Ottoman Legacy — Unlike other European peninsular regions (Iberia, Italy), the northern boundary of the Balkans is not marked by mountain ranges. That boundary is open and crossed by several key transit corridors connecting Central and Western Europe with the Middle East and eastern Mediterranean. This has been the bane of the region’s history, inviting invaders and turning the Balkans for most of the modern era into an object of competing designs and interests of outside powers.

The Ottoman conquest and occupation left an indelible mark on the region. It started in 1354, when Ottoman Turks crossed the Dardanelles from Asia Minor and established a foothold on the northern shore. The subsequent spread of Islam in the Balkans was “by the sword”: it was contingent upon the extent of Ottoman rule and the establishment of political and social institutions based on the teaching of Kuran and the Islamic legal and political practice. The line of the attack went from Thrace via Macedonia to Kosovo; through the Sanjak into Bosnia all the way to the Una River, was finally stopped at the Habsburgs’ Military Frontier created in the 16th century.

It is noteworthy that the geographic thrust of the Ottoman attack and later colonization of Muslims from other parts of the Empire in the Balkans coincided exactly with the “Green Corridor.” From earliest days the Green Corridor has had a geopolitical logic that influences political and military decision-making. Furthermore, Ottoman efforts at Islamization of the local population were more determined, and more successful, along the “Corridor” axis (Thrace-Macedonia-Kosovo-Sanjak-Bosnia) than in other conquered Christian lands (e.g. in mainland Greece, central Serbia, northern Bulgaria, or Wallachia).

The Ottoman conquest destroyed the materially and culturally rich Christian civilization of Byzantium and its dynamic and creative Slavic offspring in Serbia and Bulgaria. The conquered populations became second-class citizens (“dhimmis”), whose physical security was predicated upon their abject obedience to the Muslim masters. (10) They were heavily taxed (jizya, or poll tax, and kharaj) and subjected to the practice of devshirme: the annual “blood levy” (introduced in the 1350s) of a fifth of all Christian boys in the conquered lands. Conversion to Islam, a phenomenon more strongly pronounced along the Green Route than in the central regions of the Empire, was near-universal among northern Albanians, including the settlers in Kosovo. This contributed to a new stratification of the society under Ottoman rule and a new power balance. It favored local converts to Islam, eager to assert their power over their former co-religionists, Christian gaiurs. This resulted in far harsher treatment of their Christian subjects than was mandated from the Porte, and helped ignite uprisings in Serbia (1804) and Greece (1821). The 19th century witnessed a more thorough oppression of the Christian communities under Ottoman rule than at any prior period.

At the same time, some great powers (Great Britain in particular) supported the continued Turkish subjugation of Balkan Christians on the grounds that the Ottoman Empire was a “stabilizing force.” France’s and Britain’s alliance with Turkey against Russia in the Crimean War (1853-1856) reflected a frame of mind and a strategic calculus — the desire to score points in the Muslim world vis-à-vis another, non-Muslim power — that has manifested itself in recent years in the overt or covert support by those same powers for the Muslim side in Bosnia and Kosovo, and somewhat less overtly in the Israeli-Arab conflict. (BuA: NOTE THIS IMPORTANT POINT ABOUT UK, and its continued dalliance with Pan Islamic terror organizations like HIZBUT TAHRIR and TABLEEGHI JAMMAT by giving them headquarters in UK)

Demography — The most enduring, politically and culturally relevant consequence of the Ottoman rule in the Balkans is the presence of large indigenous Muslim communities. The Balkan Peninsula is one of the most ethnically and religiously diverse regions in the world, especially considering its relatively small area (just over 200,000 square miles) and population (around 55 million). (11) Of that number, Eastern Orthodox Christians — mainly Greeks, Bulgars, Serbs and Slavic Macedonians — have the slim majority of around 53 percent; Sunni Muslims (11 million Turks in European Turkey and a similar number of Albanians, Slavic Muslims and ethnic Turks elsewhere) make up 40 percent; and Roman Catholics (mainly Croats) are at around 5 percent. (12)

Those communities do not live in multicultural harmony. Their mutual lack of trust that occasionally turns into violence is a lasting fruit of the Turkish rule. Four salient features of the Ottoman state were institutionalized, religiously justified discrimination of non-Muslims; personal insecurity; tenuous coexistence of ethnicities and creeds without intermixing; and the absence of unifying state ideology or supradenominational source of loyalty. It was a Hobbesian world, and it bred a befitting mindset: the zero-sum-game approach to politics, in which one side’s gain is perceived as another’s loss. That mindset has not changed, almost a century since the disintegration of the Empire.

Most Balkan Muslims live in continuous swathes of territory along the Green Corridor. There are but two major gaps in the chain. One is in northeastern Macedonia, where 80 miles divides easternmost Albanian villages near Kumanovo from the westernmost Bulgarian-Muslim (i.e. Pomak) villages in the Bulgarian southwestern corner at Blagoevgrad. The other is in the region of Raska (northern Sanjak) in southwestern Serbia, along the main road and railway from Belgrade to Montenegro.

The Christian communities all over the Balkans are in a steep, long-term demographic decline. Fertility rate is below replacement level in every majority-Christian country in the region. (13) The Muslims, by contrast, have the highest birth rates in Europe, with the Albanians topping the chart. On current form it is likely that Muslims will reach a simple majority in the Balkans within a generation.

The Role of Modern Turkey — Turkey’s European foothold is populous (over 11 million) and overwhelmingly mono-ethnic (Turkish) and mono-religious (Muslim); the Christian remnant is negligible. A nation-state of 72 million, the Turkish Republic is based on a blend of European-style nationalism and an Islamic ethos that breeds a sense of intense kinship with the Muslim communities further west in the Balkans.

The Kemalist dream had never penetrated beyond the military and a narrow stratum of urban elite. For decades described as the key to U.S. strategy in eastern Mediterranean, in the Middle East, and—more recently—in the oil-rich Caspian region and the sensitive ex-Soviet Central Asia, the country is ruled by the ever more openly Islamist Justice and Development Party (AKP) of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The AKP “espouses an ideology of cultural divide, tension, and conflict, despite all of the pro-Europe rhetoric in which Islamists in Turkey engage in their pursuit to exploit the European Union for their agenda of Islamization.” (14) That agenda is no longer confined to the borders of the Turkish state. There is a rekindled sense of kinship among the growing ranks of Turkish Islamists with their Balkan co-religionists and with the old Ottoman domains further west. The re-Islamization and assertiveness of Turkey under Erdogan is essential to the revival of Islam and ethnic self-assertiveness all along the Green Corridor:

The [Yugoslav] wars of the 90s opened whole areas where they [Muslims] were in the majority: While the regional realities modified, so did geopolitics between those who remained in their traditional homes in the Balkans and the ever expanding Islam over Europe itself [with] pan-European Islamic clusters from the West southward into the Balkans themselves. Of the utmost importance to Muslims in Western Europe, but especially the Balkans, is the admission of Turkey into the EU, for Ankara will be a voice for all Muslims inside the E.U. itself. (15)

Without a strong, solidly supportive anchor at its southeastern end, no Muslim revival in former Ottoman lands along the Balkan Green Corridor would be possible. The mix of nationalism and Islamism in Turkey aims not only at reversing the process of modernization of the past 85 years; it also aims at reversing the outcome of the preceding period of Ottoman decline. Under the AKP Turkey is becoming increasingly revisionist, potentially irredentist, and detrimental to stability in the Balkans.

Bulgaria — Of the country’s 8 million inhabitants, ethnic Turks account for just under ten percent (750,000). Southern Bulgaria is also home to several hundred thousand Pomaks, Islamized Slavic speakers. Their number is unknown as they are not recognized as a distinct ethnic group: officially they are “Muslim Bulgarians.”

Most Pomaks and Turks live in six districts that connect Turkey with FRY Macedonia: Haskovo, Kardjali, Smolian, Blagoevgrad, and southern parts of Pazardzhik and Plovdiv. The Pomaks are experiencing an intense Islamic religious revival, mainly financed from the Arab world. Hundreds of new mosques have been built in recent years. Middle Eastern “charities” are also establishing Kuranic schools, paying for trips to the Hajj, and offering scholarships to young Pomaks to study Islam in Saudi Arabia. Since religion defines their identity, “these poor, pastoralist Slavic Muslims have become prime targets for Arab proselytizers seeking to make inroads in Bulgaria, the EU country with the largest indigenous Muslim population.” (16)

In addition to the religious revival, the Pomaks are establishing a new form of ethnic identity. (17) Some Pomak activists assert that, far from being “Islamized Bulgarians,” they are descended from ancient Thracians. (18) Others assert Arab descent and an Islamic identity that antedates Turkish conquest. Many Bulgarians see such assertions as the first step in a future call for the establishment of a Pomak state — Islamic in character — in the Rhodope region as the key link to the Western Balkans. Some politicians warn of “unprecedented aggression based on religious and ethnic grounds” and accuse Muslim activists of “contempt for the laws of the Republic of Bulgaria.” (19) Even pro-Western sources in Sofia concede that “it is stretching credibility to imagine” that Bulgaria is not a target of radical Islam. (20)

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia — FYROM is widely considered the weakest state in the Balkans. Macedonian Slavs account for 66 percent (1.3 million) and Albanians for 25 percent (500,000) of the republic’s two million people. The latter, 98 percent Muslim, have had a remarkable rate of growth since 1961, when they accounted for 13 percent of the total. Albanian birthrate is more than twice that of the Slavs. Following the signing of the Ohrid Agreement that ended the 2001 armed rebellion by the “NLA” (a KLA subsidiary); the state itself is effectively becoming bi-national and bilingual. Albanians are de facto the second constituent nation in FYROM. They are guaranteed proportional share of government power and ethnicallybased police force.

Having secured their dominance along the borders of Albania and Kosovo, the current main thrust of the Albanian ethno-religious encroachment has the country’s capital city as its primary objective. It is a little-known fact that today’s Skopje is effectively as divided as Nicosia, or Jerusalem, or Mostar. Once a city quarter becomes majority-Albanian, it is quickly emptied of non-Albanian (i.e. Slavic-Macedonian, non- Muslim) population. The time-tested technique is to construct a mosque in a mixed area, to broadcast prayer calls at full blast five times a day, and to create the visible and audible impression of dominance that intimidates non-Muslims (“sonic cleansing”). In those mosques a Wahhabi-connected imam or administrator is invariably present to keep an eye on the rest. (21) Through their links with Arab donors they can influence the payment of salaries to imams and administrative staff.

During the 2001 Albanian rebellion the NLA was largely financed by the smuggling of narcotics from Turkey and Afghanistan, but in addition to drug money, “the NLA also has another prominent venture capitalist: Osama bin Laden.” (22) French terrorism expert Claude Moniquet estimated in 2006 that up to a hundred fundamentalists, “dangerous and linked to terrorist organizations,” were active or dormant but ready in sleeper-cells in Macedonia. New recruits are offered stipends to study Islam in Saudi Arabia, and they are given regular salaries and free housing to spread the Wahhabi word on their return to Macedonia. (23)

Both demographically and politically, the Republic of Macedonia has a precarious present and an uncertain future. In the aftermath of Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence, FYROM’s long term stability and sustainability are open to doubt.

Kosovo — Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton warned in early 2008 that “Kosovo will be a weak state susceptible to radical Islamist influence from outside the region… a potential gate for radicalism to enter Europe,” a stepping stone toward an anti-Christian, anti-American “Eurabia.” (24) His was a rare voice in Washington to warn of the ongoing merger of aggressive greater-Albanian nationalism and transnational Islamism. Bolton’s verdict is shared by former UN commander in Bosnia, Canadian Gen. Lewis McKenzie. In 1999 the West intervened “on the side of an extremist, militant Kosovo-Albanian independence movement,” he says. “The fact that the KLA was universally designated a terrorist organization supported by al- Qaeda was conveniently ignored.” (25)

Since the 1999 US-led NATO intervention, Kosovo has become the crime capital of Europe. (26) Crime is the province’s main economic activity: hard drugs (primarily heroin), followed by human trafficking, associated sex trade, and arms smuggling. (27) But no less significant, from the vantage point of the Green Corridor, has been the symbiosis that has developed between Kosovo’s Albanian crime families and the Jihadist networks abroad. As a result, according to a 252-page report compiled by U.S. intelligence agencies in April 2006, Islamic militants have been freely crisscrossing the Balkans for more than 15 years: “extremists, financed in part with cash from narcotics smuggling operations, were trying to infiltrate Western Europe from Afghanistan and points farther east via a corridor through Turkey, Kosovo and Albania.” (28)

This process started well before the 1999 NATO intervention, but the Clinton Administration ignored the warnings. (29) The relationship was cemented by the zeal of KLA veterans who joined Bin Laden’s network in Afghanistan. (30) Iran also supported the Albanian insurgency in Kosovo, hoping “to turn the region into their main base for Islamic armed activity in Europe.” (31) By the end of 1998 U.S. DEA officials complained that the transformation of the KLA from terrorists into freedom fighters hampered their ability to stem the flow of Albanian-peddled heroin into America. (32)

By that time the NATO bombing of Serbia was in full swing, however, and the mujaheddin were, once again, American “allies.

A decade later Kosovo is run by those “allies.” It is the worst administered and most corrupt spot in Europe, (33) a mono-ethnic hotbed of criminality and intolerance, a major source of irredentism and regional instability — and a key pillar of the Green Corridor.

Sanjak — The region known to Muslims as Sandžak (“administrative district” in Turkish) is one of the most critical geopolitical pressure points in the Balkans. It covers some 8,500 sq.km. along the border between Serbia and Montenegro, linking Kosovo to the southeast with Bosnia to the northwest. Bosniaks and Muslims-bynationality accounted for 52 percent while Serbs and Montenegrins had 43 percent, with smaller groups making up the balance. The crucial demographic gap in the Green Corridor exists in the northwestern half of Sanjak, comprising three municipalities in Serbia (Priboj, Nova Varos and Prijepolje) and Pljevlja in Montenegro. If there is to be a fresh crisis in the Balkans over the next decade, it is to be feared that this will be its location.

After Montenegro proclaimed independence in May 2006, the Muslim demand for autonomy is focused on the six municipalities on the northern side of the border, in Serbia. Such an entity would have a 58% overall Muslim majority. More importantly, even in the reduced format it would still provide the all-critical land bridge between Kosovo and Bosnia.

Bosnia — Alija Izetbegovic’s memorable assertion in his Islamic Declaration that “there can be no peace or coexistence between the Islamic faith and non-Islamic societies and political institutions,” and that his goal is “a great Islamic federation spreading from Morocco to Indonesia,” was not unusual for a sincere Islamist. (34)

(BuA: Read my very first article in my blog: ISLAM - WHY DOES IT NOT INTEGRATE WITH HOST COUNTRIES?)

Bill Clinton was still in the White House when a classified State Department report warned that the Muslim-controlled parts of Bosnia were a safe haven for Islamic terrorism. (35) This was confirmed in November 2001 when Bosnian passports were found in a house in Kabul used by the fleeing Taliban. (36) The core of Bin Laden’s Balkan network consists of the veterans of El Moujahed brigade of the Bosnian-Muslim army. The unit was distinguished by its spectacular cruelty, including decapitation of prisoners to the chants of Allahu-akbar. (37)

After the end of the Bosnian war, many Muslim volunteers remained. (BuA note - THESE WERE PAKISTAN BASED TERROR MODULES OF LASHKAR E TAIBA, JAISH E MOHAMMAD. Read it here : ISI & AL QAEDA) (38) The Bosnian-Muslim government circumvented the Dayton rules by granting them Bosnian citizenship. (39) The Bosnian veterans went on to perpetrate murder and mayhem in many countries in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and North America. (40) They planned the Millennium Plot and the bombing of the Al Khobar building in Riyadh. (41) They plotted to blow up U.S. military installations in Germany. (42) Even 9/11 itself had a Bosnian Connection: Khalid Sheikh Muhammad, who planned the 9/11 attacks, was a seasoned veteran of the Bosnian jihad, as were two of the hijackers. (43)

As Jane’s Intelligence Review concluded in 2006, “The current threat of terrorism in Bosnia and Herzegovina comes from a younger, post-war generation of militant Islamists, radicalized by US actions in Iraq and AFGHANISTAN.” (THE PAKISTANI ISI, LASHKAR E TAIBA ETC NEXUS)

The Green Corridor and the War on Terrorism — In the Balkans, a phenomenon initially based on local groups is morphing into an integral part of a global network. Al-Qaeda and its loosely linked Balkan offshoots, or self-starting independent cells merely inspired by it, are capable of fielding operatives who are European in appearance and seemingly integrated into the Western society — the “white al-Qa’eda.” (44) Western law-enforcement officials concede that the region has become “a paradise” for Islamic radicals.” (45)

By contrast, Western politicians and diplomats are typically evasive. They do not deny the existence of the problem, but tend to relativize it by adding that it is unlikely to disturb the political and security balance in the region, or to damage Western interests. As a former diplomat notes, “Then usually follows the reassuring mantra about the pro-European orientation of secularized Balkan Muslims with the optimistic conclusion that the accelerated process of the Euro-integration of the whole region would narrow the space for radical Islamism until such tendencies will finally disappear.” (46)

A major fault of the Western approach is its naïve faith in the attractive powers of secularisation. There is a growing gap between the reality of Islam in the Balkans and Western mainstream narrative about the allegedly moderate and tolerant “Balkan Islam.” The problem of the Green Corridor will not be resolved without critical reexamination of Western policies as well as Western illusions. That problem has morphed over the past two decades into a demographic, social and political reality:

“[W]hile the Muslims have established a continuity which drives a wedge within Christian Central Europe, the West is looking with indifference at that evolving situation which they hope will create a docile, Turkish-like Islam. But in view of the trouble Turkey itself is suffering from Muslim fundamentalists, it is doubtful whether these hopes will be fulfilled.” (47)

(BuA: Actually the author hit it right when he pointed out the western interests not being hit. The western interest is Oil & Gas and the Green Corridor ensures that oil pipelines are under control of Islamic assets that the West controls. However, the havoc these Isalmist will rein on the host countries seems oblivious to this Cheney, Haliburton led Western consortium. The Isamists are feeding into the greed of these corporations and entities into the West and quietly taking over an important part of Europe)

The U.S. policy in Southeast Europe over the past two decades in general, and Washington’s Kosovo policy in particular, have had the effect, by design or default, to favor the aspirations of various supposedly pro-Western Muslim communities in the Balkans along the geographic line extending from Turkey north-westwards towards Central Europe. (48) That policy was based on the expectation that satisfying Muslim ambitions in a secondary theater will improve the U.S. standing in the Muslim world as a whole. (BuA: ALSO OIL & GAS)

The policy has never yielded any dividends, but repeated failure only prompts its advocates to redouble their efforts. Former U.S. Under-Secretary of State Nicholas Burns thus declared on February 18, 2008, a day after Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence: “Kosovo is going to be a vastly majority Muslim state, given the fact that 92 to 94 percent of their population is Muslim, and we think it is a very positive step that this Muslim state, Muslim majority state, has been created today. It’s a stable — we think it’s going to be a stable state.” (BuA: BURNS FORGOT TO MENTION THE AMBO PIPELINE, CAMP BONDSTEEL in KOSOVO)

If it is intrinsically “a very positive step” for the United States that a “vastly Muslim state” is created on European soil that had been “cleansed” of non-Muslims then it should be expected that Washington will be equally supportive of an independent Sanjak that would connect Kosovo with Bosnia, of a centralized, i.e. Muslim-controlled Bosnia that will abolish the legacy of Dayton, or of any other putative Islamistan in the region — from yet-to-be federalized Macedonia to a revived Eastern Rumelia in southern Bulgaria. It is worthy of note that the Organization of the Islamic Conference statement, to which the State Department referred so approvingly, announced that the Islamic Umma wishes its brothers and sisters in Kosovo success: “There is no doubt that the independence of Kosovo will be an asset to the Muslim world and further enhance the joint Islamic action.” (49)

“There is no doubt,” indeed. Far from providing a model of pro-Western “moderate Islam,” Kosovo, Muslim Bosnia, Sanjak, western Macedonia, and southern Bulgaria are already the breeding ground for thousands of young hard-line Islamists. Their dedication is honed in thousands of newly-built, mostly foreign-financed mosques and Islamic centers. The intent was stated by the head of the Islamic establishment in Sarajevo. “The small jihad is now finished … The Bosnian state is intact. But now we have to fight a bigger, second jihad,” Mustafa Ceric, the Reis-ul-Ulema in Bosnia-Herzegovina, declared over a decade ago. This statement reflects the inherent dynamism of political Islam: a truce with Dar al-Harb is allowed, sometimes even mandated, but a permanent peace is impossible for as long as there is a single infidel entity refusing to submit to Dar al-Islam.

If Western and especially U.S. policy in the Balkans was not meant to facilitate the Green Corridor, the issue is not why but how its effects paradoxically coincided with the regional objectives of those same Islamists who confront America in other parts of the world. Far from enhancing peace and regional stability, such policies continue to encourage seven distinct but interconnected trends centered on the Green Corridor:

(e) Pan-Islamic agitation for the completion of an uninterrupted Transverse by linking its as yet unconnected segments.

(f ) Destabilization of Bosnia resulting from constant Muslim demands for the erosion of all constitutional prerogatives leading to the abolition of the Republika Srpska.

(g) Growing separatism among Muslims in the Raska region of Serbia, manifest in the demand for the establishment of an “autonomous” Sanjak region.

(h) Continuing intensification of greater-Albanian aspirations against Macedonia, Montenegro, Greece, and rump-Serbia.

(i) Further religious radicalization and ethnic redefinition of Muslims in Bulgaria, leading to demands for territorial autonomy in the Rhodope region.

(j) Ongoing spread of Islamic agitation, mainly foreign-financed, through a growing network of mosques, Islamic centers, NGOs and “charities” all along the Route.

(k) Escalation of Turkey’s regional ambitions and Ankara’s quiet encouragement of all of the above trends and phenomena.

In all cases the immediate bill will be paid by the people of the Balkans, as it is already being paid by Kosovo’s disappearing Serbs; but long-term costs of the Green Corridor will haunt the West. By encouraging its Albanian clients go ahead with the UDI, the U.S. administration has made a massive leap into the unknown. That leap is potentially on par with Austria’s July 1914 ultimatum to Serbia. The fruits will be equally bitter. While their exact size and taste are hard to predict right now, that in the fullness of time both America and Europe will come to regret the criminal folly of their current leaders is certain. Pandora’s Box is wide open.

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BuA end note: The world may remember 9/11 as the date Twin Towers were brought down. But it has a far more significant connotation with the Islamic world and the Balkans. It is the date, Muslims were defeated in Europe at the gates of Vienna. For an excellent reading, go to: THE OTHER SEPTEMBER 11th.


There is also a metaphysical component to this Balkan tale - maybe I will put in the next article.

Notes

1 Dr. Srdja Trifkovic, for many years foreign affairs editor of Chronicles, is Executive Director of The Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies.

2 The term “Zelena transverzala” first gained prominence 25 years ago, just before the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo in 1984. The organizing committee — dominated by Bosnian Muslim members of the Communist Party (“League of Communists,” SKJ) — decided to give the sports hall built for the event an unusual name, “Zetra.” This was the acronym for the Green Corridor (ZElena-TRAnsverzala); it supposedly referred to the belt of urban parkland in central Sarajevo. Some observers — including Bosnian anti-terrorism expert Dzevad Galijasevic, himself a Muslim — believe that the choice of the name was anything but incidental.

3 In a 2001 report by the Italian security services, the dorsale verde is defined as “the project of Islamic colonization of the Balkans that aims at the gradual establishment of a green corridor to include all regions in which predominantly Muslim ethnic groups prevail.” Cf. Fiorenza Saranzini: “Soldi e moschee, Osama avanza nei Balcani.” Corriere della Sera, November 8, 2001, p. 11. See also “Come nasce la dorsale verde“ in Limes, 3/1998, pp. 15-27.

4 Massimo Nava, “Il nostro Afghanistan”, in Limes Quaderni Speciali 4/2001, pp. 177-185.

5 Cf. Laura Iucci: “La Bosnia resta un serbatoio di terroristi.” Limes (Rome), No 6-2003, pp. 203-208.

6 Sir Alfred Sherman: “Let’s Remove the Blinkers.” The Jewish Chronicle, September 30, 1994.

7 Shaul Shay, Islamic Terror and the Balkans. Transaction Publishers, 2008.

8 John R. Schindler, Unholy Terror: Bosnia, Al-Qa’ida, and the Rise of Global Jihad. Zenith Press, 2007.

9 Alija Izetbegovic, Islamska deklaracija. Sarajevo: Mala muslimanska biblioteka, 1990.

10 “The attitude of the Muslims toward the Christians and the Jews is that of a master toward slaves,” a British diplomat, H.E.W. Young, reported as late as 1909, “whom he treats with a certain lordly tolerance so long as they keep their place. Any sign of pretension to equality is promptly repressed.”

11 All data based on official statistics, adjusted for Panonian (non-Balkan) regions of Serbia and Croatia.

12 The region’s once-thriving Jewish community was destroyed during World War II, with the enthusiastic participation of two Waffen SS divisions, Hanjar (Bosnian-Muslim) and Skenderbey (Kosovo- Albanian).

13 It now stand at -0.83 percent in both Bulgaria and Greece.

14 Bassam Tibi, “Turkey’s Islamist Danger.” Middle East Quarterly, Winter 2009.

15 “The Role of the Balkan Muslims in the Shaping of Europe,” Muslim Media Network, May 4, 2008.

16 Christopher Deliso, The Coming Balkan Caliphate. Praeger, 2007, p. 106.

17 In November 2008 the “Justice Federation,” a Pomak NGO in the town of Gotse Delchev, declared hat Pomaks were separate ethnicity and demanded their own TV channel and political party.

18 This claim is similar to the Albanian assertion of “Illyrian” descent: by implication, Orthodox Christian Slavs (Serbs, Bulgarians) are the relative “newcomers,” whose claim to the land is therefore more tenuous.

19 FOCUS News Agency, January 10, 2009: www.focus-fen.net/index.php?id=n166573.

20 Clive Leviyev-Sawyer,”Radical Islam in Bulgaria?” The Sofia Echo, April 16, 2007.

21 Deliso, op. cit., p. 84.

22 The Washington Times, June 22, 2001.

23 “Fissures in Balkan Islam,” The Christian Science Monitor, February 14, 2006.

24 Voice of America interview, February 17, 2008.

25 Lewis Mackenzie, “We Bombed the Wrong Side in Kosovo.” The National Post, April 6, 2004.

26 Less than a year after NATO intervention, on 10 March 2000, the UN human rights rapporteur Jiri Dienstbier declared that “Kosovo is in chaos,” having become “a mafia paradise.” Reuters, 20 March 2000.

27 Cf. Norbert Spinrath, president of the Association of German Police Officers, in Der Spiegel, December 15, 1999. In March 2008, a similar picture was presented in a report by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime.

28 “Terrorists use Balkan corridor.” International Herald Tribune, April 18, 2006.

29 The Jerusalem Post, September 14, 1998.

30 USA Today, November 26, 2001.

31 The Sunday Times (London), March 22, 1998.

32 The Washington Times, May 4, 1999.

33 In a November 2008 progress report, the European Union said “corruption is still widespread and remains a major problem in Kosovo… due to insufficient legislative and implementing measures.”

34 Cf. Lieutenant Colonel John E. Sray, USA, Selling the Bosnia Myth to America: Buyer Beware. U.S. Army Foreign Military Studies Office, Fort Leavenworth, KS, October 1995.

35 The Los Angeles Times, October 7, 2001.

36 AP, November 21, 2001.

37 Videos of such gruesome spectacles are circulated through Islamic centers and Internet sites in the West.

38 The Washington Post, November 30, 1995.

39 “Mujaheddin Remaining in Bosnia,” The Washington Post, July 8, 1996.

40 “Le troisième membre du ‘gang de Roubaix’ se revendique proche du FIS.” Le Monde, October 6, 2001.

41 The New York Times, June 26, 1997.

42 The Los Angeles Times, October 7, 2001.

43 John Schindler, author of Unholy Terror, in World Magazine, Vol. 22, No. 35, September 27, 2007.

44 “Terrorist Cells Find Foothold in the Balkans,” The Washington Post, December 1, 2005.

45 Gregory Katz, “Terrorists said to be getting aid in Balkans,” Houston Chronicle, December 27, 2005.

46 Chronicles Online, April 6, 2006. www.chroniclesmagazine.org.

47 Raphael Israeli: From Bosnia To Kosovo: The Re-Islamization Of The Balkans. Ariel Center for Policy Research, Policy Paper No. 109, 2004.

48 Cf. a “programmatic” article on the U.S.-sponsored Greater Middle East by two New Republic editors, Jacob Heilbrunn and Michael Lind: “The Third American Empire.” The New York Times, January 2, 1996.

49 Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the head of the OIC, as quoted by Reuters, February 19, 2008.

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Hello,
Since you are based out of Calcutta - would be great to read your views on what is going on in Lalgarh.
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Reconciler said...

It is indeed a long-known open secret in Europe, that Kosovo and other formerly serbian dominated territories have been subject to islamic terror and ethnical cleansing. A brilliant source of verified information on the Balkans can be found under www.tenc.net in the "Yugoslavia" section.

BuA your article finally integrates my knowledge of the superficial terror campaign on the Balkans into the wider scheme of Jihad.

BENGAL UNDER ATTACK said...

Pradeep:

The going on in Lalgarh is such a common knowledge that I thought it is not worth my time and indeed yours to put it through again.

In short:

Bengal used to be feudal society where a few "zamindars" (landlords) used to control large swathes of land and used the peasants as "worse than slaves". Added to these there were tribals who were mostly left untouched.

In the 70s came the Naxal revolution (from Naxalbari, a village in Bengal) and the Leftist control over Bengal where this "wrong" was "righted" through brute force. Excess land was divided amongst the peasants and landless and thus was the best form of land distribution ever carried out in any state.

However, as power breeds corruption, 30 years of Left rule saw the Left leaders behave similarly to the earlier landlords - only worse. Under the power of gun and "cadre" (mob) raj - they subjugated the villagers and closed down any form of dissent. Election after election were rigged.

Out of desperation and poverty and lack of any development rose the resistance. Here Trinamool Congress colluded with Maoists to take on the strong Left Front. The coming together of TC & Maoists is the single most dangerous thing for India.

Violence begets violence and thus the spiralling of Lalgarh. With Union Ministry declaring Maosits are terrorists the Left Front is dragging its feet in declaring them terrorists. However it has no qualms in trying to declare VHP as terrorists. This is INDIA.

What you see therefore is shadow fighting between Left Front and Trinamool where Maoists (and Islamic funded insurgents mix) bring about a tinderbox like situation.

BENGAL UNDER ATTACK said...

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The good thing about a long article, is that I am hoping not too many people will read this reply to you.

The future for Germany:

Maybe 10 - 20 yrs into the future, when Islamic population will seriously threaten Europe and it breaks through the Baltic region, Germany will erupt.

Far right wingers will first attack the indigenous Islamic population and may take on punitive strike to other weaker European countries which run the risk of being overrun by Islamic armies. It will need to set up buffer countries. Thus will come about the next "holocaust" again perpetrated by Germany.

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i have read many articles but your research would remain incomplete if u dont consider Qaseedah naimat wali shah... this reposiotioning of forces is mentioned of india against china is mentioned in tht. and tibet, chitral dir would be the battle ground......

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From your comment I cannot soundly discern if you think this is a good thing or not. Since you are using the word holocaust (although in brackets), I gather you would not condone it. Neither do I.

However I cannot refute your prediction entirely. But in my opinion, Germany and it's people will not act on it's own again in the same fashion as from 1933 to 1945. The growing resistance to islamisation and all it's effects on society is essentially a pan-european one.

Why is that? To have any chance of success at all, resistance movements can only work together internationally because the greatest threat is not Islam itself, but the betrayal of european elites. They can only be taken on on a continental scale.

So I can only hope, that muslims as people will not be turned into scapegoats for the vileness of Islam. To avoid that, Islam must be reformed (forcefully). How this can be done is left to the future. But at first the european establishment must be swept away. If these two measures should not be successful, your nightmare vision of a "holocaust" of european muslims might come to pass.

I beg to differ, that it would be perpetrated by germans alone, for you have to consider the circumstances, that gave rise to fascism. If you look at history, there are clear reasons why it was the germans and not the italians let alone the spanish, who committed the holocaust, with europeans from many countries as their helpers.

This time, all of Europe with the exception of eastern Europe but including Russia are in the same dire straits politically. History does not repeat itself, as is my belief.

BENGAL UNDER ATTACK said...

Reconciler - I cannot predict the future but I can see many things happening.

Seeing that it is a falling superpower, the US has done many things to retain primacy of the dollar, including having oil contracts (Others') under its belt by dallying with the Islamic terrorists. It has given the Orthodox Church a boot - be it Russia / Serbia etc.

However Russia is fully seized of this Taliban threat.

Russia's ambassador to NATO, Dmitry Rogozin, added from Brussels - "I can responsibly say that in the event of NATO's defeat in Afghanistan, fundamentalists who are inspired by this victory will set their eyes on the north. First they will hit Tajikistan, then they will try to break into Uzbekistan ... If things turn out badly, in about 10 years, our boys will have to fight well-armed and well-organized Islamists somewhere in Kazakhstan."

Now India will stop the march of these Islamists into India - and they will funnel out from Central Asia and get stopped by Russia from moving north. And China will crush the Uighurs and their offshoots ruthlessly.

Leaves them space to move west - Turkey, Israel and Europe. Israel may see some messy nuclear end game - what will happen there is anybody's guess.

But a large horde will move in and mix with ethnic Islamic population in Europe and bulge out.

I see the Orthodox church states of Russia, Greece, Serbia taking the first shot and Germany closing in from far west.

Trust UK & USA to play spoiler and may even side with the Islamists to keep the "expansionist" powers of Germany and Russia in check. Note that there are several Al-Qaeda cells (Hizbut Tahrir, Tableeghi Jamaat) active in UK.

Hence, it will be v interesting.

BENGAL UNDER ATTACK said...

To Anon @ June 23, 2009 12:20 AM

My last line in this article was: "There is also a metaphysical component to this Balkan tale - maybe I will put in the next article."

However you write :" i have read many articles but your research would remain incomplete if u dont consider Qaseedah naimat wali shah".

Let me state this:

Mr. Zaid Hamid is running a program on TV One by the name of BrassTacks and in current episodes he is speaking at length about correctness of future predictions that Naimatullah Shah made in 570 AH (Allah knows the truth).

If this qaseeda is really written by Naimatullah Shah than he has done Kufr as it is evident from his poetry. He is typical example of deviant sufi like many others who are away from the path of Allah swt as told and practiced by Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم and this Kufr is being propagated by Mr. Zaid Hamid on TV Channel. The one who has translated actual qaseeda is Hafiz Mohammad Sarwar Nizami and he wrote this book in April 1972.

As this book is a trick of “Sufism”, it would be better to understand their true concepts vs Islam.

Reconciler said...

I share your view on China's and India's counterjihad efforts. Russia however is another story. They are clearly moving into a nationalist direction, which is good. They also have shown to deal ruthlessly with jihadis (Chechnya, Dagestan).

However a serious problem, that Russia faces in modern days is demographic change and ethnic fragmentation. This fragmentation has its origins in Russian imperial colonialism of the past and Stalin playing chess with whole nations on the chessboard that was the USSR.

Demographically Russians are on the decline just as other european nations. I am wondering how they will tackle this most serious issue.

As for Serbia. I am really at a loss over Russia's lack of determination to defend Serbia's interests and souvereignty in the past.

Maybe there won't be another unlawful attack by Nato on Serbia. After the Georgia war it should be clear to Nato top brass and politicians alike, that Russia only tolerates so much messing around at its doorstep.

Funnily a while ago I was in favor of Georgian reassertion of its territorial souvereignty. Now I see things a bit differently. Georgians will eventually be better of realigning themselves with Russia than trusting US and Nato doublestandards regarding the souvereign rights of nations. At least with Russia, they know what they are in for.

If Georgia is back in the fold of The Russian sphere of influence, Russia might be more forthcoming with respect to Georgian seperatist territory (Abkhazia, islamists) and South-Ossetia. But that is up to the Georgians.

rocky said...

do u think the way the positioning of forces of that areas like tibet as you say the most important area and surrounding areas. i want to have ur opinion on tht qaseeda. leave tht whether it is accordin to the islamic faith or not????

BENGAL UNDER ATTACK said...

@RECONCILER:

Go to any "NATO" OIL pipeline routing map that comes out of Central Asia and into Europe and you will see it snaking through GEORGIA.

NATO oil planning has only one agenda in Central Asia - not to go over the land mass of what is today RUSSIA. And failing to get IRAN to fall for its color revolution, NATO is stuck as its ambitious NABUCCO pipeline will now surely not be fed by IRAN. That just leaves Turkmenistan - where RUSSIA has now a stranglehold. And as I have stated before, if Russia sucks out all the gas for itself / China / India - that means NABUCCO is DEAD before ARRIVAL !!

In fact, when Russia took control of two break away provinces of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, they also took control of the Western oil pipelines that go through the province thus rendering NATO pipelines under the mercy of the Russians.

If you keep your focus clear on some issues - like oil & gas in Central Asia, almost all of NATO / US moves will become very clear. Of all the countries in the world who fully understand this, kudos to Russia and China who have countered with SCO. (Not that I like China much, but some things do suit India too!)

Reconciler said...

All the more reason for Germany to strengthen ties with Russia. Others will follow. I am not one to deny reality and reason. It's hardly possible to control central Asia's resources if you are NOT Russia.

But my take on things is, that resource struggles are only secondary to ideological trench battles. If US and Nato fight this war for the wrong reasons, they will go on making the wrong decisions. The outcome will be no resources and societies imploding under the pressure of islamisation. I prefer no resource control but intact societies.

Therefore I restate what I said earlier: Sweep away our repressive dhimmi elite and get people on the helm who do not try to shape the world according to their delusions.

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