Kosovo Albanian Jihadist leader who led the troops of the Islamic Caliphate (IS) into Falluja worked for NATO and Afghanistan, reports say. The 24-year old Kosovo Albanian Muslim, Lavdrim Muhaxheri from city of Kacanik, worked at NATOs Camp Bondsteel facility of Serbia’s occupied province of Kosovo. It is unclear what his function at Bondsteel was.
Muhaxheri was also an activist for the official Islamic Community inside Kosovo which is the unofficial political arm of the separatist Albanians who enjoy wide support from Washington. In 2013, Muhaxheri is pictured in various situations for the Islamic Community in Kosovo.
Muhaxheri also belonged to a “cultural organization” called Princip which later transformed itself into an organization “Islamic Youth – Kacanik”, a local branch of the organization which apparently has its wings in all larger towns across Kosovo. At the Islamic Youth – Kacanik, Muhaxheri held the title of an Emir which by Islamic religious practices means that he leads the Jihadist troops.
Muhaxheri did 2 tours of Islamic duty for the Islamic Caliphate. First time, he left for Syria in 2012 and upon return in 2013, as a seasoned Jihadist for Islam, he joined the official Islamic Community of Kosovo which apparently welcomed him.
This summer, Muhaxheri posted photos of himself beheading someone with a knife (photo above).
Earlier this August he gave an interview for a newspaper Dita in Tirana, Albania, where he commented on his beheading experience saying that beheading is proscribed in the Koran.
Muhaxheri also told the paper that what he did was nothing different then what the US-sponsored and financed Kosovo Albanian terrorist group, KLA, did in Kosovo to Serbs.
“I am accused that I cut off one man’s head? I did nothing less nor more then the soldiers of the KLA during the war. I placed the photos of those deeds by the KLA on Facebook,” Muhaxheri is quoted as saying.
In late August, reports have surfaced that Muhaxheri has been killed by the Kurdish Peshmerga fighters. There is still no confirmation about this.
Muhaxheri is but one example of how US-backed Kosovo Albanian separatists enter Jihad in large numbers.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Serbia’s expert on Islam, Professor Miroljub Jevtic, was a lone voice warning that the Balkan wars are less about ethnicity but more about global Islamic insurgence. led by the Saudi Arabia, for the domination of the region.
“In 1991, influential Saudi Professor M.B. Saud stated, and I quote, ‘Islam in the Eastern Europe still has strong roots, and it has all of the predisposition to, with Allah’s help, become the center of the political power and, at the same time, a center of diffusion of Islam for the entire Europe and the Soviet Union’,” professor Jevtic has told me and adds that by Eastern Europe M.B. Saud meant the Balkans.
Professor Jevtic says that both Croatia and Serbia has misinterpreted and underestimated the power of Islam and engaged in mutual destruction at the expense of of themselves. In a conversation with Serbia’s former Prime Minister, Zoran Djindjic who was assassinated, Professor Jevtic warned that the US is on the side of the Muslims in the Balkans because Saudis are an important country to the US.
According to the Saudi blueprint for the Balkans, Bosnia, Kosovo and Serbia’s Sandzak are to become “independent” countries and FYR Macedonia is to be split with a half dominated by Muslims.
“In 1999, on the eve of NATOs aggression on Serbia, Organization for Islamic Cooperation welcomed Sandzak as a country into this organization. US policy in the Balkans has followed the Saudi blueprint so far so there is no reason why it should change now,” notes the professor.
Muhaxheri’s work for US-led NATO troops in the Balkans then comes as no surprise and it is to be expected that among the allegedly “just” 200 Kosovo Albanian Jihadists for the IS, some of them have been seasoned by the NATO in Kosovo.
US officials have already met with the local Muslim leaders and obtained assurances from them that they will put a tight lip on their Islamic activities. Kosovo Albanian influential Imam Ternava has issued his assurances that all the mosques in the Islamic Community in Kosovo are “under control” meaning that, in the future, upon request of the United States, we should expect less spectacular media forays of local Albanian Muslims Jihadists that the Islamic Community of Kosovo is grooming.