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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    The US led NATO air war in Kosovo did not have UN Security Council support, perhaps that's related, I don't know.
    Yes, of course Dardania had the UN Security council support, and the number of the resolution is 1244.

    But Dardania aside, these Bosnians are accused of sending money to Turkiye and Saudi Arabia. There is no crime in that much I gather?

    The crime is that the ones that they sent money to in Turkiye and Saudi Arabia choose to send the Bosnian money to ISIS terrorists. I am so caught in that Bosnians should have been US allies that I think maybe these Bosnians are victims and did not knew that the money was going to ISIS perhaps?
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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    No but the bombings were carried out in Bosnia against Bosnian enemies the Serbs.
    Yes, and an estimated 2,500 civilians were killed by NATO forces. Perhaps they're remembering that, I don't know.
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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    It wasn't.....just trying to get a laugh outtta ya. Tis all.
    Oh ok, I'm roaring now!! Thanks MMC.
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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Yes, and an estimated 2,500 civilians were killed by NATO forces. Perhaps they're remembering that, I don't know.
    Can you support that claim with references?
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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    Yes, of course Dardania had the UN Security council support, and the number of the resolution is 1244.

    But Dardania aside, these Bosnians are accused of sending money to Turkiye and Saudi Arabia. There is no crime in that much I gather?

    The crime is that the ones that they sent money to in Turkiye and Saudi Arabia choose to send the Bosnian money to ISIS terrorists. I am so caught in that Bosnians should have been US allies that I think maybe these Bosnians are victims and did not knew that the money was going to ISIS perhaps?
    The NATO bombing campaign has remained controversial, as it did not gain the approval of the UN Security Council.

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kosovo_War
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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    Can you support that claim with references?
    The Serbian government and a number of international human rights groups (e.g., Amnesty International) claimed that NATO had carried out war crimes by bombing civilians. In total the number of civilian casualties caused by the NATO bombing stood at 2,500 according to Serb sources,[93][94] while the military and police casualties stood at only 40% of that number at 1,031.[93][94]

    Incomplete list of civilian casualties caused by NATO:

    Grdelica train bombing
    NATO bombing of Albanian refugees near Đakovica
    Koriša bombing
    NATO bombing of the Radio Television of Serbia headquarters
    Lužane bus bombing
    Cluster bombing of Niš (Cluster bombs were illegal by 2008, but was legal in 1999.)
    US bombing of the People's Republic of China embassy in Belgrade

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_c...the_Kosovo_War
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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    The Serbian government and a number of international human rights groups (e.g., Amnesty International) claimed that NATO had carried out war crimes by bombing civilians. In total the number of civilian casualties caused by the NATO bombing stood at 2,500 according to Serb sources,[93][94] while the military and police casualties stood at only 40% of that number at 1,031.[93][94]

    Incomplete list of civilian casualties caused by NATO:

    Grdelica train bombing
    NATO bombing of Albanian refugees near Đakovica
    Koriša bombing
    NATO bombing of the Radio Television of Serbia headquarters
    Lužane bus bombing
    Cluster bombing of Niš (Cluster bombs were illegal by 2008, but was legal in 1999.)
    US bombing of the People's Republic of China embassy in Belgrade

    War crimes in the Kosovo War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    The NATO bombing campaign has remained controversial, as it did not gain the approval of the UN Security Council.

    Kosovo War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Weak-o-pedia is not a serious source to refer to in these matters. Secondly, it takes 5 permanent members to approve a resolution for it to pass through. The resolution number is 1244 so it was passed through.

    Thirdly, the question in post 41 is for Bosnia, not Dardania.
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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    Weak-o-pedia is not a serious source to refer to in these matters. Secondly, it takes 5 permanent members to approve a resolution for it to pass through. The resolution number is 1244 so it was passed through.

    Thirdly, the question in post 41 is for Bosnia, not Dardania.


    I would Disagree D.....all those references are validated on the bottom of the page. Takes you straight to whatever links and sources.

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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    I would Disagree D.....all those references are validated on the bottom of the page. Takes you straight to whatever links and sources.
    I do not do Weaky the honors. Plus see the third raised point.
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    Re: Feds Charge Six Bosnians, Including Two In Illinois, In Alleged Terror Plot

    Quote Originally Posted by DDD View Post
    Weak-o-pedia is not a serious source to refer to in these matters. Secondly, it takes 5 permanent members to approve a resolution for it to pass through. The resolution number is 1244 so it was passed through.

    Thirdly, the question in post 41 is for Bosnia, not Dardania.
    This is NATO's acknowledged numbers.

    General Joseph W. Ralston, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said in September that "Despite the weight of bombs dropped, Serbian civilian casualties were amazingly light, estimated at less than 1,500 dead."

    Do you think with the dropping of 23,000 bombs, your not going to kill innocent civilians? And, are you denying the bombing of the Chinese embassy, or the civilian train that was bombed or the television station that was bombed, or the bus that was bombed?????

    http://m.hrw.org/reports/2000/nato/Natbm200-01.htm
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