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Monday, February 18, 2008

Kosova Independence

Well wishes and prayers go out to the people of Kosovo.

My husband and others were in this primarily Muslim country just last summer on a mission trip. They found the people of Kosovo to be warm, friendly, family oriented, and open to(or at least curious about)the Gospel.

Kosovo mission trip posts:

Kosova Trip Report

Kosova Trip Report #2

Kosova Trip Report Final

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At 1:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's just a matter of time before those Islamic terrorists start cutting the throat of christians in Kosovo! With 60% unemployment rate, it's going to be a perfect breeding spot for terrorists. US shouldn't have supported them in first place. Now, US is stuck in another poorest regions in the europe with absolutely no hope.

Stop your propaganda lines like "kosovo people are nice, warm, friendly..."

Search in google and you will find plenty of photos of kosovo fighters (along with arabic mujahidins) walking around with severed heads of Serbian christians!!

At 2:45 PM, Blogger Ms.Green said...

Since you don't have the courage to say who you really are, I'll just tell you that you are ignorant in what you are saying.

The so-called "Christian" Serbs almost anihilated the Albanian men - Most Albanian men are either very young or very old.

The so-called "Christian" Serbs used to carve crosses in their captive Albanians' chests - before or after they were killed - didn't matter to them. There were attrocities committed on both sides, that is to be sure - but to tell me I'm spreading propaganda is ill informed and ignorant. I know American Christians who live there - and many more who have spent time there. The Albanian people as a whole are a warm and friendly people, just like I said. They love the United States. They are not terrorists. In fact, they shun Al Quida and other groups like that. Are there terrorists in the region - yes - but they are not supported by the majority of the people there.

The blogging world is sometimes humorous in a strange sort of way. On this blog, I have been accused of being an intolerant Christian who hates Muslims. Now I'm being accused of spreading propaganda on behalf of Muslims.


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