Thursday, March 1, 2012

Up to 5,000 Bosnian Muslims involved with Islamic terror

Of 100,000 devout Bosnian Muslims, 3,000 to 5,000 are implicated in terrorism, said Dzevad Galijasevic, member of the Expert Team against terrorism and organized crime for the Southeastern Europe.

Referred by Galijasevic as “Wahabbi” sects, these terror cells, for those interested in geography, are located in villages Osvam and Bocinja near Maglaj, then in Zeljezno Polje, Serici, Babina Reka, Tetovo near Zenica, Lepenica, Miljanovci near Tesanj, Mehurici by Travnik, Rujnica near Zavidovici, Blagaja near Mostar, Buzima, Sanski Most, Sarajevo, Jablanica and Konjic.

Bosnian anti-terror SIPA units have entered one of these extremist villages yesterday. SIPA has raided Ovse and are questioning local Bosnian Muslim leader Izet Hadzic.

Galijasevic expressed concern that Western media wants to portray these Islamic terror cells as “foreigners” either as Middle Easterner or as in the case of the recent attacker on the US Embassy as “Serbian citizen”.

“That is minimization and undermining of this terror act,” Galijasevic said about this latest incident.

Prime Minister of the Serb Republic Milorad Dodik also noted Western efforts to use the media in order to portray the Muslim attacker on the US Embassy as a Serb.

“The attacker is portrayed as a Serb, and not a Muslim, or Bosniak or a Wahabbi. Most world media have shown it like this because to most they like the idea that ‘Serbs are the bad guys’,” said Dodik.

Dodik also said that Bosnia’s chief Imam, Mustafa Ceric is very much respected by these extremists and that Imam Ceric has direct contacts with them. Dodik says that Imam Ceric along with the son of the former Bosnian Muslim leader Izetbegovic, have direct contacts with the Iranian intelligence service which has its cells in Bosnia.

“With that, he [Izetbegovic] creates an atmosphere in which radical Islamist circles can develop in Bosnia. His positions and the ideology of political Islam, but also the positions of the Imam Ceric warm up the entire situation in which Bosnia is the center of Wahhabism that is responsible for the attack on the Embassy in Sarajevo,” says Dodik.

Galijasevic is already on the record saying that Imam Ceric is the responsible party for the development of the radical Islam in Bosnia.

Galijasevic says that the most important center of extremism in Bosnia is King Fahd mosque in Sarajevo, built by the Saudis, and ran by Imam Ceric’s ally, extremist Nezim Halilovic Muderis.

Zenica is another center of extremism, says Galijasevic noting that an organization EnSharia is lead by a Middle Eastern extremist Ayman Awad.

Inside the Serb Republic, village of Kamenica is an extremist center and one of the Bosnian Muslim terrorists from that village, Rasim Chamo, lives in the United States, and may have links with the

Congress of North American Bosniaks that have recently sent a protest letter to the Colombia University over Dodik’s lecture there.
Congress of North American Bosniaks is led by Emir Ramic, a Bosnian Muslim with close ties to Ljevakovic family of Bosnian Muslims whose 5 brothers have ties with the Third World Relief Agency deemed a terror funding organization as well as Iranian intelligence.