Kosova

Kosova Continues Confronting Radical Islam by Stephen Schwartz

The Weekly Standard Blog August 16, 2016 The Islamic Republic of Iran does not recognize the independence of the Republic of Kosova. While the Balkan state of some 1.8 million people is 80 percent Muslim, few among them are Shia,…
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First U.S. Terror Hacking Case Puts Kosovar ISIS Supporter on Trial in Virginia by Stephen Schwartz

The Weekly Standard Blog  February 24, 2016 Ardit Ferizi, 20, appeared in federal court in Alexandria at the end of January, in what may be the first legal case in the United States involving terrorism and computer hacking. The proceeding…
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The Bektashi Sufis Should Join the Kosova Sufi Union [BTK] by Stephen Sylejman Schwartz

Illyria [New York] June 22, 2015 Baba Musa Qazim Bakalli, who died in 1981 aged 101, was one of the greatest personalities in the spiritual history of Kosova. Today his Bektashi Sufi teqe [meeting house, pl. teqet] in Gjakova, devastated…
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Kosova Fights Extremism With Social Media by Stephen Schwartz

TheWorldPost [The Huffington Post and Berggruen Institute on Governance] June 2, 2015 Prishtina, Kosova The Balkan republic of Kosova, with an overwhelming Muslim majority and a median age of 27, has committed itself to a consequential struggle against radical Islam….
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