KOSOVO INSTITUTIONS THREATEN SERBIAN MONKS AND NUNS WITH DEPORTATION

Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Raška-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija - 14/11/8 After an attempt to renew residence permit, one of the monks of the Raška-Prizren Diocese faced a threat that, within a few days, he could be deported outside of Kosovo and Metohija (KiM). The problem of documents that the majority of Kosovo Serbs have, has proven to be ...

Kosovo Candidly Threatens Christian Serbs With Ethnic Purge

Sputniknews - 13/4/17 Politicians in Kosovo have been making anti-Serbian statements, indicating that they have gotten used to "a culture of impunity," which their patrons have fostered in order to implement their geopolitical objectives, Serbian political analyst Aleksandar Pavic told Sputnik. In an interview with Sputnik Serbia, Aleksandar Pavic, a Serbian political analyst, described the remarks Kosovo ...

“ISIS IS COMING” GRAFFITI ON SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH WALL IN PRISTINA

In Serbia - Pristina - 18/3/16 A graffiti with the message “ISIS is coming” has been daubed on the wall around the Serbian Orthodox church of St Nicholas in Pristina. It was first spotted last weekend by Italian KFOR soldiers who patrol around the church twice a week, the RTK2 has reported. Parish priest Darko Marinkovic noted that he had ...

Patriarch Irinej: Serbs’ suffering in Kosovo still ongoing

TANUJ- 18/3/14 BELGRADE – Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) Patriarch Irinej said on Monday, commenting on the 10th anniversary of the pogrom against the Kosovo Serbs, that the suffering of the Kosovo Serbs was still ongoing. The suffering in Kosovo comes at a time when we pride on democracy and freedom, he said at a forum held at ...

Bells toll for last Serbs in Kosovo capital

A sprinkling of Kosovo Serbs attend a religious service at the Saint Nicolas Orthodox church in Pristina on February 10, 2013. After the 1999 NATO bombing campaign that forced out Belgrade security forces, some 200,000 Serbs fled the territory fearing reprisal attacks by extremists.

  19/2/13 AFP - The bells of Pristina's sole Orthodox Church toll for a liturgy that will bring brief spiritual peace to a small group of Serbs, remaining members of a dwindling community in Kosovo, five years after it broke away from Serbia. At the Saint Nicolas church, three elderly Serbs listen to the mass held in a ...

Patriarch calls on northern Kosovo Serbs to Persist

14.10.2011 TANJUG PEĆ -- Patriarch Irinej of the Serbian Orthodox Church backed on Friday the right of northern Kosovo Serbs to defend themselves by putting up roadblocks. He called on the local Serb population to persist in the fight for their rights. Irinej today served liturgy at the Patriarchate of Peć, located in western parts of the province. The ...

Orthodox Christian ghettoization and anti-Serb clampdown in Kosovo

By Lee Jay Walker, Modern Tokyo Times 2/9/2011 If you reside in a parallel universe then welcome to Kosovo, the land of Albanianization and Islamization and all in the name of democracy. A flick back into history tells us that the Serbs were 98% of the population of Kosovo 600 years ago but today the Orthodox Christian ...

Seven years since Albanian pogrom against Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija

18/3/2011 Thursday marks seven years since the major ethnic Albanian pogrom against Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija on March 17, 2004, when Kosovo Serbs, their property and holy sites of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) were attacked and over 4,000 people were forced to leave their homes. Thursday marks seven years since the major ethnic Albanian pogrom against Serbs ...