One of the most prominent scholars of Islam in the Balkans, Schwartz says Trnava is a dictator, which marks should be removed from the leadership structures of Islam in Kosovo
Executive Director of the Center for Islamic Pluralism in Washington, says Stephen Schwartz Syleyman religion of Islam in Kosovo is endangered by extremism, while the open road holds the head of the Kosovo Islamic Community (KIC), Naim Trnava.
One of the most prominent scholars of Islam in the Balkans, Schwartz says Tërrnava a dictator, which marks should be removed as soon as the leading structures of Islam in Kosovo.
He in an interview with “Daily Time” means the removal of Tërnava is a prerequisite for addressing the problems within the Islamic Community of Kosovo, and outside influences in combating extreme Albanian Islam, traditionally, according to him, has been moderate and tolerant.
Also the head of the Islamic Community in Kosovo plagiarism charges for the Masters, and also considers the former communist leader of Russia, seemed Satalinin called “Stalin Trnava”.
“The main problem is the dictatorship of the KIC Tërnava Naim since 2005, Trnava has encouraged hurhen radical Wahhabis in Kosovo and Macedonian Brotherhood,” he said.
Schwartz a famous American journalist in 1997 became Hanafi Muslim, is the author of many books, among which some Albanians. He has published “Other Islam” and “The Two Faces of Islam”. His work “another Islam” has been among the best sellers at the Book Fair in Pristina.