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08-09-2004   Martin Hanus   EUtópia   verzia pre tlač

Augustové svetielka

Uverejňujeme text Martina Hanusa o dianí v EÚ, ktorý leží spolu s ďalšími článkami v 35. čísle týždenníka Domino fórum v tlačiarni. Vedenie firmy Dominopress minulý týždeň rozhodlo o zastavení distribúcie tohto čísla, v ktorého editoriali pôvodná redakcia vysvetlila dôvody svojho odchodu a poďakovala sa čitateľom a prispievateľom Domina za to, že stáli dlhé roky pri ňom.

Reakcia na príspevok

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autor: PeterS
pridané: 14-09-2004 13:01


Pametate sa este na Vasu reakciu, ked som dotkol dezinformacie ohladom koncentrakov v byv. Juhoslavii? Mrzi ma, ked inteligentni ludia zavieraju oci pred skutocnostou, tak som si dovolil nieco do mozaiky:

Former State Department Official Confirms Clinton Administration collaborated with Al Qaeda in the Balkans
Financial Times Information, Global News Wire, 9 September 2004
www.globalresearch.ca September 2004
The URL of this article is: http://globalresearch.ca/articles/GNW409A.htm...
The Hague/Zagreb, 8 September: Former political analyst at the US Senate James Jatras appeared before the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague on Wednesday (8 September) as the second defence witness in the trial of former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic, and said that the US allowed Iran and Saudi Arabia to supply arms to Bosnia-Hercegovina in the early 1990s.
The Clinton administration tacitly approved the transfer of arms from Iran and helped in turning Bosnia into an Islamic militant base, Jatras said, adding that Washington later gave preference to the aid from Saudi Arabia, finding Riyadh's influence in Bosnia "healthier" than Iran's.
Jatras, now a partner in the Venable law firm in Washington, was a Republican Party foreign policy analyst in the Senate from 1975 to 2002. As a specialist for Eastern Europe, he compiled five reports on Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
Jatras was examined in the courtroom by Steven Kay, Milosevic's court-appointed defence counsel.
The witness, citing his 1997 report called "The Green Light for Iran", said that the Clinton administration had signalled to the Croatian government to leave open channels for Iranian arms.
While in 1992 and 1993 most of the weapons for the Bosnian army arrived from Iran, as of 1994 the Clinton administration preferred another network from Saudi Arabia which today would be called Al-Qa'idah, he said.
Quoting a statement by a Saudi official from the Washington Post of 1996, that weapons worth 300 million dollars had been delivered to Bosnia-Hercegovina, the witness said that the US had disregarded long-term consequences at the time.
Jatras said that foundations for a global terrorist network, with Usamah Bin-Ladin at its centre, had been laid in Bosnia and Kosovo.
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