from Serbianna.com, notes by James Sanchez
MUSLIM STATES like Oman and Kuwait are very conservative and demonstrably anti-Jihadi. Kosovo is and remains a Jihadi state with its organized crime networks (trafficking in narcotics, Christian sex slave women, and human organs) which are deeply entwined with Israeli organized crime networks. As the late and unlamented Rep. Tom Lantos, a classic Israel-Zionist cloaked in the increasingly tattered dignity of the Congress, stated in House hearings, the creation of Kosovo proves that “we” [Israel] are the best allies for the anti-Christian Jihadis.
So, the United States backs the Jihadis in Europe, while the conservative Arab states, often depicted as uniformly pro-Al-Qaeda, oppose the rise of new Jihadi states.
Every word of the news in America is twisted and falsified to advance Israeli interests. This article demonstrates it again: Nothing it reveals will be reported in any Oligarchic news organ.
James Joseph Sanchez, PhD
Oman, Kuwait oppose Kosovo independence
Mar 15, 2010: Oman has reiterated its position that it supports Serbia’s sovereignty and its territorial integrity and has no plans to recognize the renegade separatists that took power in Serbia’s Kosovo. After talks with the Oman officials, Serbia’s Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic said that Oman will not recognize Kosovo as an independent state. “After these talks we should not expect a change in the principled position of Oman,” said Jeremic. Jeremic met with Oman’s Prime Minister Fahad bin Mahmud Al-Said and the minister of foreign affairs Alavi bin Abdul who were informed of the UN process on the illegality of Kosovo’s separatist declaration of independence. “We will continue our close coordination with them, and with the rest of the countries from this region. Our diplomatic offensive continues and enters in the closing phase,” said Jeremic. Last year, ethnic Albanian separatists were making public claims that Oman promised that it would recognize Kosovo. The self-styled separatist so-called foreign minister, Skender Hysni, claimed that “Oman will very soon establish diplomatic relations with the Republic of Kosova”. “That path could be taken by Kuwait and Pakistan’” claimed Hysni then. “Serbia and Kuwait have excellent political relations, but economic cooperation between the two countries ought to be improved,” Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic said after talks with the political and business leadership of Kuwait. Kuwait also supports Serbia’s sovereignty and its territorial integrity. Cvetkovic thanked his hosts for not recognizing independence of Kosovo. Cvetkovic met with his Kuwaiti counterpart, sheik Naser al-Sabah, the president of the Kuwaiti Assembly, Jassim al Karafi, the president of the Kuwaiti Chamber of Commerce, Ali Tinajan al Ganim and the secretary general of the Kuwaiti Fund for Arab Economic Development, Abdul Vahab al Badaz.