Humiliating compensation for Kosovo A...

Humiliating compensation for Kosovo Albanians who survived torture by members of MoI

There are 34 comments on the Kosova Live story from Jul 9, 2013, titled Humiliating compensation for Kosovo Albanians who survived torture by members of MoI. In it, Kosova Live reports that:

The First Basic Court in Belgrade rendered a judgment ordering the Republic of Serbia to pay compensation to the amount of 150,000 RSD each, to three Kosovo Albanians on account of its responsibility for the abuse and inhumane treatment these victims experienced by members of the Serbian Ministry of the Interior during their unlawful detention in ... (more)

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Since: Oct 12

Serbia

#21 Jul 17, 2013
prishtina wrote:
<quoted text>Unlike you, we are not dogs. We weren`t given anything, We kicked the barbaric cigoslavs out of our native Albanian territory, and this time for good...!
Barbaric you say-lol comeing from a inbred,
reality

Burwood, Australia

#22 Jul 17, 2013
prishtina wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, keep telling yourself that, who knows...one day you might even get a visa to enter Kosovo, but I really doubt it...
visa? he he
what for? to see you and your father and brother making out with you then with donkey's?
no thanks, you inbreds can have kosovo all to yourselves

Since: Jun 13

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#23 Jul 18, 2013
prishtina wrote:
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In fact it was NATO who bombed Serbia and they did good...their only mistake was not continuing the bombing for another 6 months.
You do realize that Kosovo was part of Serbia at the time, at least according to NATO so you wanted the bombing in your Kosovo to continue for another 6 months.

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#24 Jul 18, 2013
The_Baron wrote:
Serbian heart of Johan
http://lukavujasinovic.com/Serbian_heart_of_J...
This story is about rich guy (Johan) from Germany. Doctors told him that if he doesn't receive new heart, quickly... Since he was at the bottom of list for transplantation he lost all his hope... But, one doctor from Germany, member of Albanian mafia, told him that he can buy heart on black market, gave him contact with other Albanian mafia members who can arrange all. He wanted to live so he accepted. Johan payed price witch mafia wanted, and he went to Italy where new heart was waiting for him (Transplantation had to be in Italy because heart was coming from Albania and it couldn't last for longer distance). In this "project" there were a lot of people involved...Shqiptar mafia from Kosovo UCK, USA, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy...(government, police, army, doctors...)
Read the title of the thread Baron

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#25 Jul 18, 2013
Koraly wrote:
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You do realize that Kosovo was part of Serbia at the time, at least according to NATO so you wanted the bombing in your Kosovo to continue for another 6 months.
Kosovo was never part of Serbia, History, for the Serbs, started in the early 7th century, when they settled in the Balkans. Their power base was outside Kosovo, which they fully conquered in the early 13th, so the claim that Kosovo was the "cradle" of the Serbs is untrue.

What is true is that they ruled Kosovo for about 250 years, until the final Ottoman takeover in the mid-15th century. Churches and monasteries remain from that period, but there is no more continuity between the medieval Serbian state and today's Serbia than there is between the Byzantine Empire and Greece.

Kosovo remained Ottoman territory until it was conquered by Serbian forces in 1912. Serbs would say "liberated"; but even their own estimates put the Serb population at less than 25%. The majority population was Albanian, and did not welcome Serb rule, so "conquered" seems the right word.

But legally, Kosovo was not incorporated into the Serbian kingdom in 1912; it remained occupied territory until some time after 1918. Then, finally, it was incorporated, not into a Serbian state, but into a Yugoslav one. And with one big interruption (the second world war) it remained part of some sort of Yugoslav state until June 2006.

Until the destruction of the old federal Yugoslavia by Milosevic, Kosovo had a dual status. It was called a part of Serbia; but it was also called a unit of the federation. In all practical ways, the latter sense prevailed: Kosovo had its own parliament and government, and was directly represented at the federal level, alongside Serbia. It was, in fact, one of the eight units of the federal system.

Almost all the other units have now become independent states. Historically, the independence of Kosovo just completes that process. Therefore, Kosovo has become an ex-Yugoslav state, as any historian could tell you.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/feb/26/k...

And Yes I wish they continued with the bombing because nobody was bombing the Albanians they were bombing the Serbian war criminals!

Since: Mar 13

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#26 Jul 18, 2013
Koraly wrote:
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You do realize that Kosovo was part of Serbia at the time, at least according to NATO so you wanted the bombing in your Kosovo to continue for another 6 months.
Your trying to rationalise with one of the biggest fruit loops on topix.

Since: Jun 13

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#27 Jul 18, 2013
prishtina wrote:
<quoted text>
Kosovo was never part of Serbia, History, for the Serbs, started in the early 7th century, when they settled in the Balkans. Their power base was outside Kosovo, which they fully conquered in the early 13th, so the claim that Kosovo was the "cradle" of the Serbs is untrue.
What is true is that they ruled Kosovo for about 250 years, until the final Ottoman takeover in the mid-15th century. Churches and monasteries remain from that period, but there is no more continuity between the medieval Serbian state and today's Serbia than there is between the Byzantine Empire and Greece.
Kosovo remained Ottoman territory until it was conquered by Serbian forces in 1912. Serbs would say "liberated"; but even their own estimates put the Serb population at less than 25%. The majority population was Albanian, and did not welcome Serb rule, so "conquered" seems the right word.
But legally, Kosovo was not incorporated into the Serbian kingdom in 1912; it remained occupied territory until some time after 1918. Then, finally, it was incorporated, not into a Serbian state, but into a Yugoslav one. And with one big interruption (the second world war) it remained part of some sort of Yugoslav state until June 2006.
Until the destruction of the old federal Yugoslavia by Milosevic, Kosovo had a dual status. It was called a part of Serbia; but it was also called a unit of the federation. In all practical ways, the latter sense prevailed: Kosovo had its own parliament and government, and was directly represented at the federal level, alongside Serbia. It was, in fact, one of the eight units of the federal system.
Almost all the other units have now become independent states. Historically, the independence of Kosovo just completes that process. Therefore, Kosovo has become an ex-Yugoslav state, as any historian could tell you.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/feb/26/k...
And Yes I wish they continued with the bombing because nobody was bombing the Albanians they were bombing the Serbian war criminals!
I think you missed the part where I said "according to NATO at the time" and they didn't just bomb Serbs, they bombed everything including Kosovo, they even, if I am not mistaken, bombed an Albanian refugee camp, because they couldn't tell what it was and took it for a Serb paramilitary unit. Same thing in Bosnia bombing everything they can with depleted uranium which radiates all over the Balkans.
reality

Burwood, Australia

#28 Jul 18, 2013
prishtina wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, keep telling yourself that, who knows...one day you might even get a visa to enter Kosovo, but I really doubt it...
visa? he he
what for? to see you and your father and brother making out with you and then with your donkey?
no thanks, you inbreds can have kosovo all to yourselves
reality

Adelaide, Australia

#29 Jul 18, 2013
Pesky army wrote:
Compensation should be paid by Shqiptares.
I mean, how many Serbian peckers were jarred by these Shqiptares ?
probably jarred while running away
Serbonazis

Buffalo, NY

#30 Jul 19, 2013
servoslaves
diroguevara

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#31 Jul 19, 2013
alvoslaves

Since: Oct 12

Serbia

#32 Jul 19, 2013
Serbonazis wrote:
servoslaves
Austrian jew scambags

Since: Oct 12

Serbia

#33 Jul 19, 2013
Zaccaria wrote:
<quoted text>Austrian jew scambags
Scumbags lol

Since: Jun 13

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#34 Jul 20, 2013
Balkanoslaves

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