Mufti Naim Ternava’s plan to convert Kosovo to Sharia Law, has just moved a step closer, as he brokers a deal with the UAE to build 8 mosques in Kosovo.
In April Ternava hosted a delegation from Dubai in Kosovo, saying he was representing the people of Kosovo, most of who are Muslim in name only. The majority are non-practising Muslims, with many preferring to be called atheist, rather than Muslim. Yet Ternava lies, when he stated that ninety percent of the population are practising Muslims. In March of this year H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, UAE Minister of Finance and patron of Al Maktoum Charity Foundation, has given instructions for allocation of $1.5 million for building endowment (Waqf) facilities in Kosovo whose revenues will go to the Islamic Community of Kosovo. It has now come to light that this money will be spent on building 8 mosques in Kosovo.
What gives Ternava the right to do a deal with UAE to build eight mosques in Kosovo? Who authorises this? Mosques are not a bad thing, in normal circumstances, but eight more led by Ternava who by his own admission has admitted to being a fundamentalist and wanting Kosovo run by Sharia Law. It is not the mosques that are bad, but what is being preached in them.
In recent months we have seen how the mosques are recruiting Jihadists to go and fight in Syria. This is becoming an alarming problem, with new laws being put into place to prevent them returning to Kosovo.
In March 7 people were arrested from a Tirana mosque for recruiting 5o terrorists to fight in Syria. The two main suspects are Genci “Abdurraman” Balla, 35, who runs a mosque in Tirana, and Bujar Hysa, 43, who runs a mosque in Mezez near Tirana. In Nigeria, Muslim Clerics are recruiting members of Boko Haram in Mosques, this is the group who have kidnapped the girls from the school, because they believe they should not have an education. All over Europe Mosques have been caught recruiting terrorists, including Britain, Sweden, Switzerland and Austria, to name just a few.
The worst culprit is Turkey, which has a Muslim Brotherhood Government led by Recep Tayyep Erdogan who accepting the Jihandists into Turkey to be trained and armed, before being sent into Syria. The NGO called IHH was doing all of the recruiting for the Turkish government and when the Turkish Police raided the premises, they were demoted for doing so.
“The IHH, which operates under the cover of relief and charity activities and acts in full coordination with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and extremist Saudi Wahhabi groups, has so far recruited and transferred a number of 769 Albanians to Syria to join the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA),” an informed source who asked to remain anonymous for fear of his life, told FNA on Wednesday.
The source, who has defected the program after two weeks of war in Syria, added that those recruited by the IHH “have been transfered to Turkey via Tirana and undergone military trainings by retired US officers stationed in Reyhanli military base in the Southern Turkish province of Hatay”.
“The last one of these recruited groups comprised 90 Albanian nationals who were flown to Istanbul from Tirana on Turkish Air flight no. 1078 on June 30, 2013,” he continued.
It is not only Kosovo that should be worried, but the USA as well, because the biggest European US base is in Kosovo and will come under threat if the chance of more terrorists increases. Recent footage, show Al Qaeda now threatening the US and the West. It will be easier for terrorists to return from training in Turkey into Kosovo, now that Turkey has control of Kosovo visas.
How is Kosovo going to lose the reputation of being a terrorist nation, while there is a Mufti, doing deals in the Middle East to help him with his desire to convert Kosovo to Sharia Law. This will damage the opportunity for citizens to be free of visas or join the EU. Kosovo is part of Europe; it is not part of the middle east. Religion is a personal choice and should be kept private, it should not be bought by rich Sheiks. Why would you have to pay people to change their religion is if was good. They only pay when they want Jihadists, suicide bombers and killers to do their dirty work. Islam is free and good, when they pay you to go to the mosques, be sure they want something in return.
Where do they go to do their recruiting? To the mosques and with 8 more mosques, there will be 8 times more Jihadists. With all the money that Dubai is paying, will be enough to pay the poor unemployed men to go and pray and the women to wear burkas.
Just as it was during the Ottoman Empire, when the Turks invaded Christian Albania. The Ottoman Turks first focused their campaigns on the Roman Catholic Albanians of the north and then on the Orthodox population of the south. The Ottoman authorities increased taxes, especially poll taxes, to make conversion economically attractive. During and after a Christian counteroffensive against the Ottoman Empire from 1687 to 1690, when Albanian Catholics revolted against their Muslim overlords, the Ottoman pasha of Peja, retaliated by forcing entire Albanian villages to accept Islam at the pain of death.Many Albanians, however, converted in name only and secretly continued to practice Christianity. Often one branch of a family became Muslim while another remained Christian, and many times these families celebrated their respective religious holidays together. In the early seventeenth century, Albanians were forced to convert to Islam in great numbers. Entire clans had to submit to Islam at the pain of death. Within a century, the Albanian Islamic community was split between Sunni Muslims and adherents of the Bektashi sect that mixed Islam with pre-Islamic beliefs.
Now we have come full circle with Erdogan trying to turn Kosovo and Albania into a new Ottoman Empire, by chipping away, bit by bit, by taking over as many companies as they can. Turkey now owns the airport, the electricity and visa control, just to name a few. Now Mufti Ternava is paving the way for the conversion to Sharia Law by making the deal with the UAE to build eight more mosques in Kosovo.