The Churches of Kosovo: Gone!

This is what the Turks did to the churches of Cyprus.

This is what the soldiers of allah are doing in Kosovo:


“All churches should be destroyed…” says Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia– the Grand Mufti has also “stressed that Kuwait was a part of the Arabian Peninsula, and therefore it is necessary to destroy all churches in it.”

The Kosovo Tragedy

Whenever you turn on the TV these days you hear about ‘genocide in Srebrenica’ and a lot of blather about a certain number of Muslims that somehow went to allah.  The ugly reality is of course that there was indeed a genocide, which means the Christian Serbs were bombed out of their ancestral homeland, Kosovo, which is now Muslim occupied.  While the Serbs have been vilified, the West welcomes Muslim leaders and assists the ‘growing muslim community’ to build mosques and madrases. (See below)

Sharia Advocate Mustafa Ceric’ Opens Islamic Indoctrination Centre … (in Germany)

Thanks to Vlad Tepes

In early 2001 the world was alarmed by reports that the Afghani Talibs destroyed the gigantic statures of Buddha, unique monuments of ancient culture. At that time the topic of prostrate sculptures firmed up in the headlines of major newspapers and news reports from leading TV networks. Almost unnoticed against this background was another tragedy, which had begun a little earlier and continues to this day, namely, the destruction of monasteries and churches in Kosovo.

It did not happen in a remote country where the Talibs exercised complete sway, it, the crucifixion of Kosovo, was taking place in the very center of Europe, before the very eyes of peacemakers from the most developed countries. The Albanian extremists were finishing now what they had no time to complete during World War II. According to the data from the Serbian Orthodox Church, nearly 150 churches and monasteries have been destroyed for the last five years in Kosovo and Metochia, the cradle of Serbian Orthodoxy.

It was not just cultural monuments or sacred things that were destroyed. What was profaned was the very soul of a nation with rich traditions and an outstanding fate, a nation which helped to liberate Europe from fascism 60 years ago, sacrificing to the Victory about a million of its people.

According to many experts, Kosovo today has been turned into a breeding-ground of terrorism for the whole of Europe, a transfer point for drug dealers. Only a few surviving churches and the ruins of the churches which had no chance to survive the new barbaric times stand as tacit reminders of the past of that land.

The Religion portal, together with the Foundation of St. Andrew the First-Called, publishes a gallery of Kosovo churches as they were before the destruction and as they are now. Perhaps these pictures, more eloquently than any words, relate the tragedy of one of the largest European nations, which, strangely, was bypassed by world news reports.

Here is a list of  destroyed churches due to the jihad: