KOSOVO OF 2004 AFTER THE ETHNIC CLEANSING OF THE SERBS AND THE DESTRUCTION OF 40 CHURCHES:
Cathedral church of St. George in Prizren after it
was burned by Albanian mob
Holy Archangels monastery
KOSOVO - 2004
UN administrators flee Kristallnacht
B92 - March 17, 2004
PRISTINA -- Wednesday UN administrators have abandoned offices in the Kosovo towns of Gnjilane, Prizren and Pec, fleeing what one UNMIK official described to B92 as Kristallnacht.
Kristallnacht is under way in Kosovo, the official told B92 on condition of anonymity.
What is happening in Kosovo must unfortunately be described as a pogrom against Serbs: churches are on fire and people are being attacked for no other reason than their ethnic background, he added.
Serbs and UN officers have been the target of attacks by Kosovo Albanians during most of the day and night. The most dramatic withdrawal was from Belo Polje on the outskirts of Pec, where UNMIK officials, retreating with Serb residents, where forced to shoot Albanian assailants in self-defence.
The Serbian Orthodox seminary in Pec has been razed, and Albanians celebrated its destruction by setting fire to the local church., said the UN official.
KOSOVO AS IT REALLY IS......
Church of St. Basil of Ostrog at Ljubovo, Nov 2002
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Over 150 Christian Churches have been destroyed. Some of them are on the verge of destruction. The Muslim extremists in Kosovo are trying to wipe out any trace of Christianity. Christians all across the world must do something to stop this terror. The world must open it's eyes to a great tragedy in Kosovo.