They ‘condemn it’- but what are they going to do about it?
Because ‘Serbien muss sterbien’- Serbia must die. The Euro-dhimi-wits have decided that there is no need for an orthodox Christian state in Europe. Especially not one that defends itself and doesn’t want to give up its ancestral homeland to the Islamo-fascist invaders.
Diplomats condemn rocket attack on Serb Orthodox monastery in Kosovo
* Imagine if the Serbs had launched a rocket attack on a mosque: The Muhammedan seething and whining and their loony left supporters would go berserk!
All such violence against the Serb community or the Serbian Orthodox church in Kosovo is absolutely impermissible and intolerable,” the diplomats from the so-called Contact Group on Kosovo said late Saturday. The group is comprised of the United States, Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Russia.
Associated Press: Sunday, April 01, 2007
PRISTINA, Serbia-Foreign diplomats have condemned a rocket attack against one of the most revered Serb Orthodox monasteries in Kosovo.
“All such violence against the Serb community or the Serbian Orthodox church in Kosovo is absolutely impermissible and intolerable,” the diplomats from the so-called Contact Group on Kosovo said late Saturday.
The group is comprised of the United States, Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Russia.
NATO peacekeepers and police found a grenade launcher on the hillside overlooking the Decane monastery, and a rocket engine was discovered lodged in the outer wall of the building, following reports of a blast near the 14th-century site Friday, a U.N. statement said.
The anti-tank weapon damaged a part of the roof of the wall around the monastery in western Kosovo, NATO said, adding that security measures were increased following the attack.
“The full security of the Serb community in Kosovo is of the utmost importance, and any incidents of violence must be addressed promptly and resolutely by Kosovo authorities and the international community,” the diplomats said in a statement.
UNESCO designated the monastery as a World Heritage site in 2004, and the site is protected by NATO peacekeepers.
A U.N. plan for Kosovo’s future, which has been delivered to the U.N.
Security Council and needs the council’s approval to take effect, recommends Kosovo be granted supervised independence and offers broad rights to the province’s Serb minority to run their daily affairs and preserve their identity and culture.
The province’s ethnic Albanian majority demands independence, while Serbia wants to keep Kosovo within its borders.
The Decane monastery compound has been attacked in the past, but it was spared the worst outbreak of violence in the aftermath of the 1998-99 war when ethnic Albanian mobs targeted the Serb minority and damaged or destroyed some 30 churches.
Kosovo, a province of Serbia, was placed under U.N. administration in 1999, after NATO air strikes ended a Serb crackdown on independence-seeking ethnic Albanians that left thousands killed.
The U.N. plan is expected to be debated by the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday.
Serbs would love to see Clinton hang for this mess, but he won’t…