“Ex-Bosnian [Muslim] leader [Ejup Ganic] arrested at London airport” [Avid Editor’s Insights Exclusive]
Posted by westerncivisheretostay on March 1, 2010
On behalf of ever-demonized and besieged Serbia, the UK has actually just arrested the presidential successor of Muhammadan supremacist Alija Izetbegovic, ex-president of Bosnia-Hercegovina (1997-2001) Ejup Ganic, for Mujahidist war crimes against Yugoslav forces (breaching the Geneva Conventions) in 1992 (when Izetbegovic’s SDA had successfully availed themselves of the deceitful PR tactics of Ruder Finn in order to display their Khalifat-ist faction during the Yugoslav War of Secession as somehow “moderate” and as perpetual victims of alleged Serbian “aggression”). It remains to be seen whether he will be delivered up to Serbia (or even the Hague) for trial and (possible) indictment at a war-crimes tribunal, or whether the UK will find some means to evade and ultimately prevent his extradition and trial, in order to appease the gluttonous Islamo-imperialist monstrosity as has been the de facto norm for Western Europe for decades vis-a-vis genocidal Muslimin (ever since the refusal of the UK and France to mete out justice as regards the high-ranking Nazi agent and colluder Grand Mufti Hajj Amin al-Husseini [and his associates such as Fawzi al-Kaukuji] following World War II — thus permitting his particular syncretization of Jihad at-Talab theology with Nazism to establish itself as the dominant weltanschauung throughout the Dar al-Islam including the Balkans).
(philstar.com) Updated March 02, 2010 03:00 AM
LONDON (AP) – British police said yesterday they arrested a former senior Bosnian leader for alleged war crimes on behalf of Serbian authorities.
Metropolitan Police’s Extradition Unit said it arrested Ejup Ganic, 63, at London’s Heathrow airport, as he was trying to leave the U.K. The arrest follows a provisional extradition request from Serbia that alleged Ganic conspired to murder wounded soldiers in breach of the Geneva Convention, police said.
Serbia has issued arrest warrants against Ganic and 18 others and blames them for the 1992 attack on a Yugoslav army convoy in Sarajevo in which more than 40 soldiers were killed.
The so-called Dobrovoljacka Street attack in Sarajevo took place at the start of the 1992-95 war that broke out when Bosnia declared independence from the Serb-led former Yugoslavia.
The Yugoslav army troops were pulling out of the city when they were ambushed by Bosnian troops. Serb authorities say 42 soldiers were killed, 73 wounded and some 200 were captured.
Britain’s Foreign Office said Ganic appeared at a London court yesterday, but declined to provide further details because the court case was ongoing.
“Serbian authorities must now provide full papers to support their extradition request before a date can be fixed for an extradition hearing,” the ministry said in a statement. “A judge will then consider whether there are any bars to the extradition.”