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    you are just (*)(*)(*)(*)(*)in% new. any reaction from the Bosnian Muslim-politicians on this imitative ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by litwin View Post
    you are just (*)(*)(*)(*)(*)in% new. any reaction from the Bosnian Muslim-politicians on this imitative ?
    I really like Bosnians, they were and they always are Cold-Blooded and they dont throw oil to the fire thats why they dont have any reaction on this issue and as it seems only Bosnians are peacful in Balkan!
    But let me tell you that if any slavic politican is going to open the mouth and talk in Kosovo,Montenegro or Macedonia about this so called "Armenian genocide" i swear we will brake their necks!
    Kombe shuhen pėrmbi dhč,Po Shqipėria do tė rrojė,Pėr te, pėr te luftojmė ne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ValmirZz View Post
    I really like Bosnians, they were and they always are Cold-Blooded and they dont throw oil to the fire thats why they dont have any reaction on this issue and as it seems only Bosnians are peacful in Balkan!
    But let me tell you that if any slavic politican is going to open the mouth and talk in Kosovo,Montenegro or Macedonia about this so called "Armenian genocide" i swear we will brake their necks!
    i see, you are not just sell it you use it as well... who are we? - Illerian-Vellamerias? what do you have against Armenians, an eternal jihadi hate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ValmirZz View Post
    I really like Bosnians, they were and they always are Cold-Blooded and they dont throw oil to the fire thats why they dont have any reaction on this issue and as it seems only Bosnians are peacful in Balkan!
    But let me tell you that if any slavic politican is going to open the mouth and talk in Kosovo,Montenegro or Macedonia about this so called "Armenian genocide" i swear we will brake their necks!
    why are you against the armenian genocide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGS View Post
    why are you against the armenian genocide?
    yes, he is ...like the most of Balkan Muslims
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    Quote Originally Posted by litwin View Post
    yes, he is ...like the most of Balkan Muslims
    Balkan Muslims know Armenia only when it comes to Eurovision :S
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozy View Post
    Balkan Muslims know Armenia only when it comes to Eurovision :S
    sure they won Eurovision couple of time, but i see you point you have voted for [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DC7L6SDPL4A"]Serbia - Eurovision Song Contest 2010 Semi Final 1- BBC Three - YouTube[/ame] as a typical yug- voter ,

    why do Christians in Bosnia are smarter then you? nevermind , you mast hear something about Armenians ?
    Armenians in Serbia refers to ethnic Armenians living in Serbia.

    Armenians were recorded in Serbia in 1218 when Saint Sava invited constructors to build a Serbian Orthodox monastery after he had been to Armenia and seen the beautiful Armenian architecture there. The Armenians were to build Vitovnica Monastery, which has preserved a bilingual sacral text in Serbian and Armenian dating to the building[3].

    Armenians were a small part of the Ottoman Turkish army when they invaded Serbia prior to the Battle of Kosovo 1389. However upon hearing that they would attack a Christian people, they fled the Ottomans to the other side to fight alongside the Serbs. After the battle, the surviving Armenians settled in the hills of Sokobanja where they built Jermenčić Monastery[3].

    Evliya Celebi registers an Armenian "district" of Užice in the 17th century.[4]

    Remains of an Armenian graveyard lie in Kalemegdan fortress, which was last used in the 17th century after the Ottomans destroyed it. Only a few tombs are left in good condition. In 1810 the Turks destroyed the Celije Monastery, and the Serbs rebuilt it in 1811 with the help of wealthy Armenians. One of the benefactors had his idea of an Armenian style dome included in the work, so the monastery today can be considered an outcome of Byzantine/Serbian-Armenian architecture.

    In 1880s, merchants from the Gamakh region in Armenia settled in Valjevo (Tehlirians). During the Second World War, many Armenians moved to North America and France.

    In the past, there used to be an Armenian Catholic church in Novi Sad (built in 1746, razed in 1963).

    Some 500 female Serbian descendants of Armenians married Serbs in the 1990s[3].

    Armenia and Serbia established diplomatic relations in 1992. Armenia is represented in Serbia through its embassy in Athens, Greece. Serbia is also represented in Armenia through its embassy in Athens. The "Armenka" association of ethnic Armenians in Serbia which holds community affairs is led by Gohar Harutyunyan-Sekulic.

    On July 28, 2009 Boris Tadic arrived in Armenia, it was the first Serbian Head of State visit to Armenia. The presidents wished to improve the spiritual,cultural and economic relations of the two countries stressing that the centuries long friendship between the peoples are good basis on boosting the bilateral relations. Armenia has not recognized the unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo[5]
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    Quote Originally Posted by litwin View Post
    sure they won Eurovision couple of time, but i see you point you have voted for Serbia - Eurovision Song Contest 2010 Semi Final 1- BBC Three - YouTube as a typical yug- voter ,

    why do Christians in Bosnia are smarter then you? nevermind , you mast hear something about Armenians ?
    I never really met ethnic armenian living in any yugo country, which is obviously good reason to do so.
    Christians in Bosnia don't differ from Muslims in Bosnia to some big extent,which is obvious. People differ only in area of a country they are originating from. And I didn't vote for that song cause there are much more songs representing Balkans, that song in particular by it's lyrics represents Serbia. Title itself (this is Balkan) doesn't have to mean that it represents Balkans :P
    People in Bosnia don't care for genocide in Armenia to that extent, i.e it's not number 1 concern in their lives obviously and there is no reason to be :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozy View Post
    People in Bosnia don't care for genocide in Armenia to that extent, i.e it's not number 1 concern in their lives obviously and there is no reason to be :P
    so you don't care for Armenian genocide ..., why should be care about Srebrinica (noting compare with Armenian tragedy). or its only your blood is red?
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    PS she would`t win with out your vote [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSueQN1QvV4&feature=fv st"]Marija Å(*)erifović - Molitva (Serbia) 2007 Eurovision Song Contest - YouTube[/ame]
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