Scandinavian

Mosjøen, Norway

#63 May 14, 2013
Why not talk about a fu kkin battle 3 millions years ago???

“Kosova, gjaku im qe nuk falet!”

Since: Sep 09

Kosova, Albania

#64 May 14, 2013
Typical servia behaviour : treason, cowardice , vassality it is in their nature.
teddy

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#65 May 14, 2013
teddy wrote:
<quoted text>what say the serbs on the ottoman rule?
what say the albos on the ottoman rule?
teddy

Genova, Italy

#66 May 15, 2013
teddy wrote:
<quoted text>
what say the albos on the ottoman rule?
we haunted the serbs from Kosovo in the Ottoman era, and was a pleasure ..now get the hell out of me

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#67 May 15, 2013
Serbia served to ottoman Empire, they backstabbed Skanderbeg and Hunyadi by siding with Turks. Serbs opened the doors of the Balkans to Turks.
Strahd

Australia

#68 May 15, 2013
prishtina wrote:
Serbia served to ottoman Empire, they backstabbed Skanderbeg and Hunyadi by siding with Turks. Serbs opened the doors of the Balkans to Turks.
Uhmm.......Who converted to Islam. Whoops.

I have heard you argue Islam with a Turk, once actually offended that she 'misread' the Koran.

Everyone knows about the Serb stand against the Turks. Kosovo battle and all that.

Hey Turk, we are still Orthodox Christians. What are you ?

Since: Sep 12

In your mind.

#69 May 15, 2013
Strahd wrote:
<quoted text>
Uhmm.......Who converted to Islam. Whoops.
I have heard you argue Islam with a Turk, once actually offended that she 'misread' the Koran.
Everyone knows about the Serb stand against the Turks. Kosovo battle and all that.
Hey Turk, we are still Orthodox Christians. What are you ?
There are Christians in Servia, just like there are Christians in Albania. Doesnt change the fact that millions of Servs converted to Islam. Remember how Bosniaks were simply Muslim Serbs before.

By the way, whats with Servs fighting against Christians in the very heart of their religion, Constantinople? Why did Servs help to bring down the Heart of Orthodoxy?
AryanArber

Little Falls, NJ

#70 May 15, 2013
prishtina wrote:
Serbia served to ottoman Empire, they backstabbed Skanderbeg and Hunyadi by siding with Turks. Serbs opened the doors of the Balkans to Turks.
prishtina you are retarded. You are a Kosovar who betrayed everything Skanderbeg stood for, and you are talking about the Serbs? Many lords and rulers from the Balkans invited Turks as mercenaries against other local lords in order to take land including Albanian lords. The Turks were going to conquer the Balkans because of the many divisions between local entities.

Sincerely

AryanArber
blundunt

Midlothian, IL

#71 May 15, 2013
In the mid 14th century the Serbs were expanding their territory under Stephan Dushan towards the south and southeast (Bulgaria was already a Serbian dependancy and Wallachia was a Serbian ally)Then Greeks with massive Turkish support prevented the Serbians who had surrounded the city of Thessalonika from annexing it and 2/3rds of the city was Serbian or wanted Serbian overlordship.The Greeks under Cantacuzenus was responsible for sending 20,000 Turks to that area in 1349.Dushan ,eager to reclaim Zahumle went to war with Bosnians in 1350 only to abandon that campaign when learning that Cantacuzenus started retaking Macedonian cities in the south.Dushan,after the disaster at Demotika in 1352 where 4,000 Serbs were crushed by 10,000 Ottomans seriously began to plan a major crusade against the Turks and the taking of Constantinople.His death in late 1355 ended all realistic hope of ending the Ottoman threat.
teddy

Genova, Italy

#72 May 15, 2013
blundunt wrote:
In the mid 14th century the Serbs were expanding their territory under Stephan Dushan towards the south and southeast (Bulgaria was already a Serbian dependancy and Wallachia was a Serbian ally)Then Greeks with massive Turkish support prevented the Serbians who had surrounded the city of Thessalonika from annexing it and 2/3rds of the city was Serbian or wanted Serbian overlordship.The Greeks under Cantacuzenus was responsible for sending 20,000 Turks to that area in 1349.Dushan ,eager to reclaim Zahumle went to war with Bosnians in 1350 only to abandon that campaign when learning that Cantacuzenus started retaking Macedonian cities in the south.Dushan,after the disaster at Demotika in 1352 where 4,000 Serbs were crushed by 10,000 Ottomans seriously began to plan a major crusade against the Turks and the taking of Constantinople.His death in late 1355 ended all realistic hope of ending the Ottoman threat.
Dude, Dusan did not expanded territory!he just conquered those lands,which it means are not Serbian claims, as today you reclaim,like half Albania or Epirus,so mind with terms
reality

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#73 May 15, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
<quoted text>
There are Christians in Servia, just like there are Christians in Albania. Doesnt change the fact that millions of Servs converted to Islam. Remember how Bosniaks were simply Muslim Serbs before.
By the way, whats with Servs fighting against Christians in the very heart of their religion, Constantinople? Why did Servs help to bring down the Heart of Orthodoxy?
Why did huns were huns in ww1 with turks against christians
blundunt

Midlothian, IL

#75 May 15, 2013
teddy wrote:
<quoted text>Dude, Dusan did not expanded territory!he just conquered those lands,which it means are not Serbian claims, as today you reclaim,like half Albania or Epirus,so mind with terms
what are you disputng?I simply stated the facts that lots of Serbs already know and also some non-Serbian Dushan enthusiasts might be aware of.Might I also note that your "disputing" of my choice of describing the making of The Serbian Empire was very weak indeed. As far as George Brankovic's decision to block the Albanians from joining Hunyadi at Kosovo and privately informing Murad of the ensuing battle and not participating in it on either side was based partly on the fact that even if Hunyadi may have emerged victorious the Serbians would have felt the next attack from the Turks more than anyone else being on the border in between The Ottoman Empire and Hungary which Brankovic considered incapable of defending Serbia for long against constant Turkish attacks.
teddy

Genova, Italy

#77 May 16, 2013
blundunt wrote:
<quoted text>what are you disputng?I simply stated the facts that lots of Serbs already know and also some non-Serbian Dushan enthusiasts might be aware of.Might I also note that your "disputing" of my choice of describing the making of The Serbian Empire was very weak indeed. As far as George Brankovic's decision to block the Albanians from joining Hunyadi at Kosovo and privately informing Murad of the ensuing battle and not participating in it on either side was based partly on the fact that even if Hunyadi may have emerged victorious the Serbians would have felt the next attack from the Turks more than anyone else being on the border in between The Ottoman Empire and Hungary which Brankovic considered incapable of defending Serbia for long against constant Turkish attacks.
Serbs are convinced in their mentality to rebuilt a big Serbia on Dusan's boundaries,that's clearly nonsense!About Brankovic George I gave my opinion in the first comments of this thread and my intention was not to judge the deed of Brankovic,without first to get into the internal Serbian policy of that time...to explain what happens from outside,first of all is to get information from inside.There are percussion of the Serbian army against christians and faithful to the Ottomans, such as those faithful to Christians ..
teddy

Genova, Italy

#78 May 16, 2013
AryanArber wrote:
<quoted text>
prishtina you are retarded. You are a Kosovar who betrayed everything Skanderbeg stood for, and you are talking about the Serbs? Many lords and rulers from the Balkans invited Turks as mercenaries against other local lords in order to take land including Albanian lords. The Turks were going to conquer the Balkans because of the many divisions between local entities.
Sincerely
AryanArber
AryanArber we are here talking about after the balcanic knowledge on the Ottomans as a conqueror identity...Battle of Kosovo 1389 have seen together Serbs,Bosnians,Croats,Albanian s,Wallachians,Bulgarians,Polis h,Hungarians,as you see the time was matured not to see anymore the Ottomans as mercenaries in service various landlords Albanians or Serbs,but as a clear jeopardy
teddy

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#79 May 16, 2013
teddy wrote:
<quoted text> .There are percussion of the Albanian army against christians and faithful to the Ottomans, such as those faithful to Christians ..
albanian army???????
teddy

Genova, Italy

#80 May 16, 2013
teddy wrote:
<quoted text>
albanian army???????
what do you want sucker!talking
teddy

Genova, Italy

#81 May 16, 2013
teddy wrote:
<quoted text>
albanian army???????
and read well my comment jerk
armijski_general

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#82 May 16, 2013
teddy

Genova, Italy

#84 May 16, 2013
armijski_general

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#85 May 16, 2013
teddy wrote:
<quoted text>talk about the thread sucker...you were not able to win something by yourself
nothing new from alvanian retard teddy

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