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Our mistake in Kosovo II |

Our mistake in Kosovo II

| Tuesday, February 26, 2008 12:00 a.m

As a Serbian American, I would like to put the situation in Kosovo in perspective.

How would all of the Catholics around the world feel about Rome becoming a separate Muslim country• How would the Jews around the world feel about Jerusalem becoming a Muslim country• I don’t believe that this would go over well.

The issue is not with the Muslim faith or its people. It is about the Serbs’ cradle of faith — Kosovo — just as Rome is important to the Catholics and Jerusalem is important to the Jews and Christians around the world.

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice stated: “I mean, after all, we’re talking about something from 1389. 1389. It’s time to move forward.”

The Serbs will move forward when blacks “move forward” on slavery and Jews “move forward” about the Holocaust.

I believe that the Serbs will “move forward” when hell freezes over.

Rade Stone

Braddock Hills

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