Jumping the Queue
Bosnia’s new situation arising from the fall of the Soviet Union
constituted a threat to the stability of the neighbouring countries
and Europe. With the intervention of the UN peacekeeping force, the
threat was confined to within former Yugoslavia. Later, with the
direct intervention of the United States and deployment of NATO
forces, Bosnia was enabled to break free. Battered and bruised, yet
with the assistance of the international community headed by the
United States, Bosnia is now hopefully on the road to full recovery.
The international community gave Bosnia preferential treatment. It
prioritised its case. It allowed the Muslim Bosnians to jump the
queue before scores of other peoples. Like the aggrieved Greek
Cypriots, the people of East Timor, the persecuted Christians in
Southern Sudan, the Biafrans in Nigeria, the Copts in Egypt, the
Assyrians in Mesopotamia (Iraq), and scores of other wronged peoples
in various parts of the Globe.
There are scores of indigenous peoples that have been under
oppression for decades, if not centuries. World bodies classify
matters of such magnitude as local problems. They describe them as
internal matters that should be resolved domestically by negotiation
with their respective governments, as if such tragedies came about
by themselves and had not been the direct cause of encroachment by
foreign Western and Eastern invading powers.
Upholders of law should not act outside the law. No one should be
above the law. Bosnia, while seeking a peaceful solution to its
problem, also took up arms. It waged armed resistance for its
independence. The mujahideen backed clandestinely by the Abode of
Peace States were also involved, including the Saudi and Iranian
petrodollar. Bosnia succeeded because certain super powers, the
United Nations and the international community supported the move.
Now that Bosnia has regained its sovereignty, it is hoped that it
will not make the same mistake as the rest of the Abode of Peace
states by changing its approach and adopting unfriendly attitude
towards other factions. That it will take a firm stand in dealing
justly with all the different ethnic groups and not cause social and
religious conflicts. Regardless of ethnicity, all the Muslims,
Christian Catholics and Christian Orthodox citizens of Bosnia and
gypsies should be treated as equal, before the secular law,
irrespective of colour, creed, gender and civic status that they may
all live in peace.
Like the rest of the Islamic states of the Abode of Peace, there are
signs Bosnia will eventually change its present friendly attitude
towards the non-Muslim citizens, by starting to behave
unpredictably. It is following the direction of Turkey, Iraq,
Nigeria, Algeria and Indonesia in its policy towards the non-Muslim
There is a sense of growing unrest among the Bosnian Muslims in
regards to apportionment of the government parliamentary seats. The
Bosnian Muslims are unhappy to share power with other ethnics. To
display their displeasure, the Bosnians resort to prolonged tactics
of showing themselves as the victim of the same representatives of
the ethnic groups that have partaken in ruling the country. The
Croats are restless, the Serbs are numbed and the gypsies live in
The Bosnian Muslims continue to demand justice to crimes committed
against them and want all the Serb and Croat suspects to be arrested
and tried in criminal courts. Such attitudes come out of deep
bitterness and uncompromising stance of their irresolute demand for
absolute power, always resorting to force at the outset. It shows an
adamant persistence and determined effort, to neutralize the
Christians. The Bosnian Muslims continue to campaign, in collusion
with certain rogue elements, to systematically diminish the role of
the non-Muslim officials and pass it on to the Muslims, in a bid to
curb their influence in policymaking decisions.
The Bosnian government intends to isolate the native Christians from
public office and curb their influence to discourage them from
striking deeper roots to remain on their soil and property. By
adopting a negative approach, the Bosnian Muslims create problems
and make it difficult for ethnics to go about their daily business,
whether in rural or urban areas, as witnessed, in certain controlled
parts of Macedonia and the whole of Kosovo, Serbia.
Similar to what is currently happening in Kosovo, Bosnia’s policy is
to ensure that the reins of power of the Muslim government are
regained and remain wholly in their hands. The Muslims are not happy
with the three-member rotating system of presidency. Their long time
ambition has been to perpetuate Muslim cultural customs and Islamic
law; and draw Bosnia closer to Dar Al-Silm states by creating social
obstacles and religious provocation.
The long-term intention of the Bosnian Muslims is to palisade Bosnia
and bring it under the protection of the Abode of Peace of the
Islamic Umma nation. Bosnian Muslims prefer the world media to refer
to them, by their creed, as Muslims. While the Bosnian Muslims refer
to the native Christians as Croats, Serbs or gypsies to give the
world the false impression that Bosnia’s religion is Islam and its
overwhelming inhabitants are Muslims. Bosnia was a Christian
kingdom, never a Muslim state except by incursion and compulsion. If
Bosnia’s government system is secular, why be called by their creed?
The Balkans being ruled by the oppressive Ottoman Turks for over
five centuries, until the early 20th (1396-1922), does not mean that
it was predominantly Muslim. Like their Arab counterparts, Turkey
seems to have an eye on the Balkans. The Albanian Muslims relying on
the Muslim Caucuses as their potential allies have begun ruffling
their feathers too, in preparation to spreading their wings towards
Turkey has a secular government, yet once it shows signs of weakness
and starts to crack before the upsurge of Islamic fundamentalism; it
will be overpowered and replaced by the growing (CPC) Conservative
Standing at the threshold of Europe, if Turkey had a succeeding
non-secular government, it would be incited to join the Abode of
Peace States and adopt the hidden agenda of the Abode of War. Turkey
would become the main gate, hinging on the support of mujahideen
forces of the Caucasus and the Middle East, turning its guns on
Europe to regain its former glory in the Balkans.
Its nostalgia kindled by the memory of its old glory in the Balkans
is a potent incitement for the Abode of Peace to complete the link
that would have a front extending from the Caucuses to the northern
shores of Africa. Pakistan and Iran would be the nuclear backers.
Europe would be a safer place if Turkey were allowed to join the EU
(European Union) on reciprocal secular democratic terms, freedom of
religion and of worship. It would encourage Turkey to distance
itself from the Middle East, with allowance for independence to the
ramming Kords wedged in Mountains – far beyond the outpost of
Assyria’s traditional borders.
Likewise, to allow peace to overwhelm the Middle East, the U.N. is
called upon to give serious consideration to the Assyrian issue.
Restoration of Assyria to its legitimate status as an independent
state, within the Federal States of Iraq, would be the more helpful
stance in stabilizing the region.
Assyria would require U.N. support during its transitional period
towards full independence and sovereignty over its (Province)
Vilayet Mosul territory. As a scattered nation of about five (5)
million, collectively, the majority live in Diaspora. Her people
have all the right and the criteria to return to their traditional
home in northern Iraq. Their past is deeply rooted in the Middle
East, linking them to their ancestral homeland of northern Iraq,
since the dawn of history.