Suspect held in Zagreb bomb attacks

Suspect held in Zagreb bomb attacks

There are 9 comments on the SETimes news story from Jan 15, 2013, titled Suspect held in Zagreb bomb attacks. In it, SETimes news reports that:

Police in Croatia are ruling out terrorism in two bombings that shook Zagreb last week and are holding a suspect who was injured in one of the attacks.

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Ante

Sarnia, Canada

#1 Jan 15, 2013
...this idiot is not a real serbian, but a mentally ill vlah cigan! He should be thrown over the cliff, along with girly-man (Dr.?) Ivo Josipovic, the snake Zoran Milanovic and Stipe Mesic!
Stipe

Slovenia

#2 Jan 15, 2013
Ante wrote:
...this idiot is not a real serbian, but a mentally ill vlah cigan! He should be thrown over the cliff, along with girly-man (Dr.?) Ivo Josipovic, the snake Zoran Milanovic and Stipe Mesic!
Of course he is not Serb.He is an croat - vlah
Tomo

Brisbane, Australia

#3 Jan 16, 2013
Well in area's like Glina, Sisak, if your a Vlah your a serb, end of story...

Croatians are not Vlahi and can never be. I still have a lot of family in Glina and Sisak and all of them will tell you exactly which house's are owned by Vlahi, and there really aren't too many now there, thank god for that. Fcking Vlahi were pointing out to the serbs which houses were Croats so they can bomb them, and not 1 Catholic church was left standing but the Orthodox ones were, so now those Orthodox churches have been taken over by the Catholic church and most of the Vlahi have disappeared.

So this arsehole Vojislav which is a typical serb name, cant even set off a bomb without injuring himself, what a fckwit...
Stipe

Slovenia

#4 Jan 16, 2013
Tomo wrote:
Well in area's like Glina, Sisak, if your a Vlah your a serb, end of story...
Croatians are not Vlahi and can never be. I still have a lot of family in Glina and Sisak and all of them will tell you exactly which house's are owned by Vlahi, and there really aren't too many now there, thank god for that. Fcking Vlahi were pointing out to the serbs which houses were Croats so they can bomb them, and not 1 Catholic church was left standing but the Orthodox ones were, so now those Orthodox churches have been taken over by the Catholic church and most of the Vlahi have disappeared.
So this arsehole Vojislav which is a typical serb name, cant even set off a bomb without injuring himself, what a fckwit...
If you are croat from Glina and Sisak you could be an Vlah.Serbs from Sisak and Glina or from any other part of croatia are not vlahs they were never vlahs and will never be vlah.Also this "Vojislav" have "croatian" surname Blazevic so he is croat-vlah
Many croats from Istria BiH and Dalmatia are vlahs
Tomo

Australia

#5 Jan 16, 2013
Stipe wrote:
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If you are croat from Glina and Sisak you could be an Vlah.Serbs from Sisak and Glina or from any other part of croatia are not vlahs they were never vlahs and will never be vlah.Also this "Vojislav" have "croatian" surname Blazevic so he is croat-vlah
Many croats from Istria BiH and Dalmatia are vlahs
Croats from Sisak and Glina are not Vlahs and never have been, Croats from Sisak and Glina are the true Croats. Vlahs are the praoslavski serbs. If you called a Croat in Sisak or Glina a Vlah they would kill you in a heart beat.
Stipe

Slovenia

#6 Jan 17, 2013
Tomo wrote:
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Croats from Sisak and Glina are not Vlahs and never have been, Croats from Sisak and Glina are the true Croats. Vlahs are the praoslavski serbs. If you called a Croat in Sisak or Glina a Vlah they would kill you in a heart beat.
croats from Sisak and Glina are vlahs.

http://imehrvatsko.net/namepages/view/family_...
Tomo

Australia

#7 Jan 17, 2013
Stipe wrote:
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croats from Sisak and Glina are vlahs.
http://imehrvatsko.net/namepages/view/family_...
We are not talking about a surname "Vlah" we are talking about a group of people who are known as Vlahi, these people go to Orthodox churches, Croats do not go to Orthodox churches Croats are Catholic. It is silly even discussing this. Like I said, go to Sisak or Glina or Petrina or anywhere else in that region and see what happens if you call a Croat a Vlah, you will not be leaving in one piece. Please dont insult my family and friends who have lived in these regions for countless generations by calling them Vlahi. These days there are only a hand full of Vlahi who still reside there, end of story....
Crnogorac

Australia

#9 Jan 21, 2013
In montenegro live vlasi and they are nice people... Its only the vlasi that call themselves serbs that are the trouble makers like the ones in east montenegro
Ante

Sarnia, Canada

#10 Jan 22, 2013
..we can thank our stupid Roman Catholic Church that let the VLASI into croatian lands over 600 years ago! Croatia and B&H were 90% catholic lands until that time! But the good news is that the vlasi (cigani, janjicari) in WW2 and in the Homeland War in 1991-95 killed over 300 catholic priests(combined total WW2-280 priests and 1991-5 20 priests killed and over 300 catholic churches destroyed!)
Too bad it wasn't more!

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