Why Albanians accepted Islam from the Turks ?

Created by Manwithglasses on Oct 31, 2013

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It was forced

It was for the benefits

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To avoid taxes

To become Turks

Because of the same mentality

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“NATO Air - Just Do It”

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#1 Oct 31, 2013
Muslim Serbs of Turkey against the assimilation of Catholic and Muslim Serbs in new nations,[the Croatian and Bosniak].

The president of the Serbian-Turkish friendship association ‘’Inat’’, sir Dragoslav Milosavljevic, surprised the media by stating that 9 million Islamic Serbs currently live in Turkey. This statement can easily be verified upon visiting many of the local stores and markets in Turkey where many of the owners can be heard speaking in Serbian. "We are not dealing with Turks who learned Serbian language, we are dealing with Serbs who still speak their native language" – says the Serbian-Turkish friendship association ‘’Inat’’.

http://jtf.org/forum/index.php...
Mimoza Kusari is a biatch

Belgrade, Serbia

#2 Oct 31, 2013
Why Albanians accepted Islam from the Turks ?

It was for benefit of course. That's how Albanians came to Kosovo in the first place and took houses and land from the deported Christian Serbs.

“NATO Air - Just Do It”

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#3 Oct 31, 2013
Slavs and Gypsies were the last known people to have moved to Europe.

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#4 Oct 31, 2013
Was a trick to drive out the Serbs from Kosmet,and it worked

“NATO Air - Just Do It”

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#5 Oct 31, 2013
It wasn't a trick at all. They ran to save their rear ends. I guess their behinds were more important than Kosovo.
Mimoza Kusari is a biatch

Belgrade, Serbia

#6 Nov 1, 2013
Kosovo Albanian Shiptars converted to Islam during Ottoman times because of privileges and benefits.

They converted to Islam and came to Kosovo from Albania. They took Christian Serb homes and land in Kosovo as Turkish slaves.
Servonazis

Buffalo, NY

#7 Nov 1, 2013
Mimoza Kusari is a biatch wrote:
Kosovo Albanian Shiptars converted to Islam during Ottoman times because of privileges and benefits.
They converted to Islam and came to Kosovo from Albania. They took Christian Serb homes and land in Kosovo as Turkish slaves.
not very accurate historcally
Mimoza Kusari is a biatch

Belgrade, Serbia

#8 Nov 1, 2013
Kosovo Albanian Shiptars took the easy way out. Instead of fighting invading Ottoman Turks they took their religion and became their slaves.

“A man's character is his fate”

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Heraclitus

#9 Nov 2, 2013
There are whole areas and villages of Albanians in Italy and Greece...even in Bulgaria, Romania and even Ukraine consisted of those Albanians who didn't wanted to wait coming Turks after Skanderbeg's defeat.

Those in Kosovo are different case. Their ancestors stayed, and after few centuries of Turkish influence, they were settled in fertile valleys of Kosovo forming "green transversal" from the Bosnia, trough the Sandzak to Macedonia forming first defending line for the Turks.

Turks even formed some cities for their own purpose, for example city of Feriz founded by the Turks 1873.

“A man's character is his fate”

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Heraclitus

#10 Nov 2, 2013
Their ancestors came to Ukraine in the 18th and 19th centuries. The coming of the Albanians was connected with the Russo-Turkish War of 1768-1774.

During this war Orthodox Christian Albanians revolted against the power of the Ottoman Empire. After their rebellion initially failed many joined up with the Russian fleet which was on its Aegean Expedition. At the end of the war about 1,700 Albanian fighters and family members went to the Russian Empire.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albanians_in_Ukr...

Stayed Albanians from whom some were settled in Kosovo today represent this :
http://www.balkaneu.com/serbia-condemns-erdog...
Servonazis

Buffalo, NY

#11 Nov 2, 2013
The_Baron wrote:
Their ancestors came to Ukraine in the 18th and 19th centuries. The coming of the Albanians was connected with the Russo-Turkish War of 1768-1774.
During this war Orthodox Christian Albanians revolted against the power of the Ottoman Empire. After their rebellion initially failed many joined up with the Russian fleet which was on its Aegean Expedition. At the end of the war about 1,700 Albanian fighters and family members went to the Russian Empire.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albanians_in_Ukr...
Stayed Albanians from whom some were settled in Kosovo today represent this :
http://www.balkaneu.com/serbia-condemns-erdog...
are you trying to 'teach' others over the internet about the Albanian past history?

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#12 Nov 2, 2013
The_Baron wrote:
Their ancestors came to Ukraine in the 18th and 19th centuries. The coming of the Albanians was connected with the Russo-Turkish War of 1768-1774.
During this war Orthodox Christian Albanians revolted against the power of the Ottoman Empire. After their rebellion initially failed many joined up with the Russian fleet which was on its Aegean Expedition. At the end of the war about 1,700 Albanian fighters and family members went to the Russian Empire.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albanians_in_Ukr...
Stayed Albanians from whom some were settled in Kosovo today represent this :
http://www.balkaneu.com/serbia-condemns-erdog...
An overwhelming evidence. "Serbs" who left the region of Kosovo, were not only the Serbs .... if I report to many well-known scholars in your country, none of the migrants called "Serbian" their ethnicity, but only in one context of membership religious...

“ Cetnik Sumadijas Clarified”

Since: Feb 09

Cute Cetnik Servs

#13 Nov 2, 2013
the number of serbs who converted to islam is 8m million and they all moved to turkey...which explains why not many Serbian muslims in Serbia today...compared to 1 million and a half Albanian muslims
the questin one wants to know is, why so many serbs converted and became muslim when serbia was an established country, a kingdom and a properly run state with clear identity as compared to Albania which did not have a state but made up of individual areas and tribes with only Albanian as a common language.

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#14 Nov 2, 2013
The_Baron wrote:
There are whole areas and villages of Albanians in Italy and Greece...even in Bulgaria, Romania and even Ukraine consisted of those Albanians who didn't wanted to wait coming Turks after Skanderbeg's defeat.
Those in Kosovo are different case. Their ancestors stayed, and after few centuries of Turkish influence, they were settled in fertile valleys of Kosovo forming "green transversal" from the Bosnia, trough the Sandzak to Macedonia forming first defending line for the Turks.
Turks even formed some cities for their own purpose, for example city of Feriz founded by the Turks 1873.
Skanderbeg was not beaten!our struggle continued for 10 years after his death, with Dukagjini ....
To me, I can not think of anything, what have contributed the Serbs in Kosovo, except the orgies of churches. As a matter of fact very raw, Kosovo was a village, before the Ottoman rule, but also Serbia itself ....the Ottoman line of defense was not in Kosovo, but in Belgrade, as the Austrian border .... According to the traveler Chelebi, who visited the city in 1660, Belgrade had 98,000 inhabitants, of which 21,000 were christians, with a number of mosques around of 80 ...

blimey

France

#15 Nov 2, 2013
skanderfaq was beaten. For Heaven's sake he changed his religion three times. First he became Christian, than muslim, and then again he got back to Christianity. He's burning in a pool of sht up to his neck in hell because of that while satan's doin him analy
blimey

France

#16 Nov 2, 2013
Now Beograd has millions of Christians, muslims almost cannot be found in that city and only one mosque is in the city. Amen Hallelujah God Bless Praise The Lors Be Saved Amen!:)

“ Cetnik Sumadijas Clarified”

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Cute Cetnik Servs

#17 Nov 2, 2013
blimey wrote:
skanderfaq was beaten. For Heaven's sake he changed his religion three times. First he became Christian, than muslim, and then again he got back to Christianity. He's burning in a pool of sht up to his neck in hell because of that while satan's doin him analy
idiot bastard serb, Scanderbeg was taken from his home as a little child to turkey.he was brought up as a turk, didnt he have choice of religion,but he never forgot his origins and religion of his parents...do u think its easy to become a Christian once u are a muslim...
blimey

France

#18 Nov 2, 2013
For you albanian subhumans obviously it is easy

What's interesting about him is that half of his family was Serbian

His mother was Voisava. There was a total of nine children, of whom George was the youngest son, his older brothers were Stanisha, Reposh and Kostandin, and his sisters were Mara, Jelena, Angjelina, Vlajka and Mamica.

Look at all those Serb names: Voisava, Stanisa, Kostandin, Mara, Jelena, Vlajka, Mamica. However he is still considered to be analbanian hero and a puccy :) Take him, Serbs dont need him

“Kosova, gjaku im qe nuk falet!”

Since: Sep 09

Kosova, Albania

#19 Nov 2, 2013
Albanian poster on this forum are so a naive ! they are giving the biggest contribution to lift threads created by servs. Instead of creating anti-threads and polls they are playing indirectly in serv favor.
as for IP pickice sadomazo coward, grand nephew of turks, those names were not related to servs, even more Skanderbeg's mother origin is still in dispute. on that name the society were organized in clans , tribes and religions. you stupid servs never had a hero of Skenderbeg's dimensions ! vi ste picke koje treba klati vise od jasenovca - who should serve as an prototype how to deal with you animals !

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#20 Nov 2, 2013
blimey wrote:
For you albanian subhumans obviously it is easy
What's interesting about him is that half of his family was Serbian
His mother was Voisava. There was a total of nine children, of whom George was the youngest son, his older brothers were Stanisha, Reposh and Kostandin, and his sisters were Mara, Jelena, Angjelina, Vlajka and Mamica.
Look at all those Serb names: Voisava, Stanisa, Kostandin, Mara, Jelena, Vlajka, Mamica. However he is still considered to be analbanian hero and a puccy :) Take him, Serbs dont need him
Stanisha a sort of Albanised name of Stanislav slavic name not necessary Serbian....the nationalities did not exist that time
Rreposh ain't a slavic name ...
Vojsava a sort of Albanized name of Vojslava...
Konstantin is a Byzantine name
George Byzantine
Mara Byzantine
Mamitsa Byzantine
Vlajka slavic in Serbian means nothing.....
Angelina Byzantine.....

Albanians had a Slavic haritage of Bulgarian Empire ....

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