Egypt Becomes 100th Country to Recognize Kosovo

Jun 26, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Voice of America

"The oldest state in the world, Egypt, has officially recognized now the youngest state in Europe - Kosovo," Kosovo Foreign Minister Enver Hoxhaj said on Twitter.

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When money talks, people will listen.

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Dhimminitude and ethnic-cleansing pays-off for the Albanians!

"Serbs were cleansed out of the Vilayet of Kosovo between 1876 and 1912, especially during the Greek-Ottoman War in 1897."

"The Dečani charters (Serbian: Де&#10 95;ан& #1089;ке хр&#10 80;со& #1074;уљ е) from 1321-1331 by Stephen Uroš III Dečanski of Serbia contains a detailed list of households and villages in Metohija and northwestern Albania.

The first charter concludes that this region was ethnically Serb.[40]

89 settlements with 2,666 households were recorded of which:[41]

3 Albanian settlements (3,3%)
86 Serbian settlements (96,6%)

2,166 livestock households of 2,666 agricultural households:

44 Albanian households (2%)
2,122 Serbian households (98%) "

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Being recognized by Islamist Egypt is like being recognized by Al Qaeda.

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Genie2 wrote:
Being recognized by Islamist Egypt is like being recognized by Al Qaeda.
What a complete and utter load of bollocks!

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anybody seen tedy ?!?
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Genie2 wrote:
Dhimminitude and ethnic-cleansing pays-off for the Albanians!
"Serbs were cleansed out of the Vilayet of Kosovo between 1876 and 1912, especially during the Greek-Ottoman War in 1897."
"The Dečani charters (Serbian: Де&#10 95;ан& #1089;ке хр&#10 80;со& #1074;уљ е) from 1321-1331 by Stephen Uroš III Dečanski of Serbia contains a detailed list of households and villages in Metohija and northwestern Albania.
The first charter concludes that this region was ethnically Serb.[40]
89 settlements with 2,666 households were recorded of which:[41]
3 Albanian settlements (3,3%)
86 Serbian settlements (96,6%)
2,166 livestock households of 2,666 agricultural households:
44 Albanian households (2%)
2,122 Serbian households (98%) "
You start on the wrong foot, Kosovo could not be ethnically pure Serb, as an identity Byzantine, and Bulgarian conquest after..
The chrysobolles were made by Serbian priests,the Serbian suffix IC
indicates only the paternity...today they are claimed as slavic people,when they mostly were not

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Lolll ha ha
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Genie2 wrote:
Dhimminitude and ethnic-cleansing pays-off for the Albanians!
"Serbs were cleansed out of the Vilayet of Kosovo between 1876 and 1912, especially during the Greek-Ottoman War in 1897."
"The Dečani charters (Serbian: Де&#10 95;ан& #1089;ке хр&#10 80;со& #1074;уљ е) from 1321-1331 by Stephen Uroš III Dečanski of Serbia contains a detailed list of households and villages in Metohija and northwestern Albania.
The first charter concludes that this region was ethnically Serb.[40]
89 settlements with 2,666 households were recorded of which:[41]
3 Albanian settlements (3,3%)
86 Serbian settlements (96,6%)
2,166 livestock households of 2,666 agricultural households:
44 Albanian households (2%)
2,122 Serbian households (98%) "
these are Serbian last names,but once were Albanians one
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/serbia/TGP8R...

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teddy wrote:
<quoted text>these are Serbian last names,but once were Albanians one
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/serbia/TGP8R...
teddy brother, Egypt recognises Kosova... say sth, please.

what have Serbian last names got to do with this thread?
teddy

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blimey wrote:
<quoted text>teddy brother, Egypt recognises Kosova... say sth, please.
what have Serbian last names got to do with this thread?
Blimey I'm ethnic Albanian from Kosovo,who except me is more happy...when Kosovo will enter and be member of ONU I will be happiest
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Who care about Egypt....as long we have Russia and China on our side!
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RADOVAN KARADZIC wrote:
Who care about Egypt....as long we have Russia and China on our side!
We are waiting for 128 recognitions ...after who care about China and Russia
RADOVAN KARADZIC

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There will NEVER be 128 recognitions...

And Teddy....how is there in Italy?
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RADOVAN KARADZIC wrote:
There will NEVER be 128 recognitions...
And Teddy....how is there in Italy?
state of grace ...never comparison with Budva

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Genie2 wrote:
Dhimminitude and ethnic-cleansing pays-off for the Albanians!
"Serbs were cleansed out of the Vilayet of Kosovo between 1876 and 1912, especially during the Greek-Ottoman War in 1897."
"The De&#269;ani charters (Serbian: &#1044;&#1077;&#10 95;&#1072;&#1085;& #1089;&#1082;&#1077; &#1093;&#1088;&#10 80;&#1089;&#1086;& #1074;&#1091;&#1113; &#1077;) from 1321-1331 by Stephen Uroš III De&#269;anski of Serbia contains a detailed list of households and villages in Metohija and northwestern Albania.
The first charter concludes that this region was ethnically Serb.[40]
89 settlements with 2,666 households were recorded of which:[41]
3 Albanian settlements (3,3%)
86 Serbian settlements (96,6%)
2,166 livestock households of 2,666 agricultural households:
44 Albanian households (2%)
2,122 Serbian households (98%) "
Add to the fact that the Albanians have destroyed and vandalised so much of Serbian churches and monasteries in Kosovo and Metohija.

http://www.kosovo.net/destruction.html

Consider that many of these medieval monasteries are not only spiritually important to so many Serbs on a personal level, but of historical importance to the local history of the region and are recognise in that vein by the international UNESCO, in fact listed as world heritage sites.

http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/724

BTW
Nice avatar hot legs.

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