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Kosovo: Of Bribes and Allegations

Allegations are that the Albanian Muslim who allegedly paid off Ahtisaari has been allegedly involved in biological weapons trade with a firm allegedly owned by Bin Laden.

By M. Bozinovich

Recent allegations that was a recipient of Albanian money in order to recommend independence for Kosovo has been refuted as “rubbish” by the Ahtisaari’s spokesman, Remi Dourlot.

With that dismissal being swell and good, the other unexamined part in this entire allegations fiasco is one of the personalities that allegedly paid the money to Ahtisaari.

According to the allegations made against Ahtisaari, a briefcase stuffed with money was delivered to his office and the money allegedly came from Kosovo’s Muslim Albanian billionaire Behgjet Pacolli.

It could turn out that the charismatic Pacolli does know few things, here and there, about stuffed briefcases. Back in 1995, Russian prosecutors alleged that Pacolli “ stuffed with U.S. currency, a Cartier watch and a diamond-studded brooch to Pavel Borodin, President Boris Yeltsin’s chief of administrative affairs.”

Pacolli denied the allegations.

In 2004, a BBC cameraman Peter that he was Pacolli’s ransom money delivery boy to the Afghan jihadists that kidnapped 3 UN workers, one among them being Shqipe Hebibi, Kosovo’s Muslim Albanian.

Pacolli denied Jouvenal’s allegation as well but admitted on Afghani TV that Kosovo Muslim Albanians are much more brotherly with the Afghanis, who are overwhelmingly pro-Taliban, then with the Americans whom Teliban is killing.

“Shqipe Hebibi went to Afghanistan to help our brother people here,” on a private Afghan television channel to which, once released, Habibi added:

“I know the culture, I know the religion, and that’s why I thought I can help… We are not related to America.”

Syed Akhbar Agha, the chief of Jaish-al-Muslimeen, a criminal arm for the Teliban that kidnapped Hebibi, said that “Ms Habibi was released after a personal plea by Mr Pacolli,” and Jouvenal confirmed that he is “positive that Mr Pacolli was entirely responsible for their release.”

According to the the “Kosovar Albanian woman, a Muslim, was released because of an appeal by Pacolli, who is also a Muslim.”

What the Jihadist Syed Akhbar Agha could have discovered after hearing of Pacolli is that Behgjet sits on the Board of the Bosnian Institute in Zurich along with a fellow Jihadist Mohamed Mansour.

The Executive Order by President Bush as of September 24, 2001, names along with 27 others to be an individual that supports terrorism.

The Bosnian Institute has its other where Noel Malcolmm chairs the “institute” and uses services of Paul Williams who advises Kosovo Albanians on status negotiations.

In the wee days of NATOs attack on Serbia over Kosovo in 1999, Bosnian London network was used, temporarily, to recruit European Jihadists to fight in Kosovo on behalf of Muslim Albanians amid Jihadist fervor whipped up relentlessly by London-based Imams.


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