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Albanopolis 19h
Replying to @Jxlhs
But Albanians know that, some albanian mafia groups have already tattooed this symbol and it is even found on some traditional costumes (the "xhubleta" for example). The representation of constellations is in any case not exclusive to Illyrians
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Albanopolis 20h
Replying to @Jxlhs
I did not fully understand (I think it was badly translated on Twitter) but if I'm not mistaken the lunar crescent and the Star was a symbol found especially among the Illyrians, right?
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Albanopolis Oct 18
It was not genocide but ethnic cleansing, an cleansing based on beatings, house destruction, rapes and massacres (terror, unlivable condition). All this was preceded by a campaign of legal ethnic discrimination launched by the Milosević regime in the early 1990s
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Albanopolis Oct 18
I do not agree with but the number of expellees is true, in fact it is superior, it is estimated that about 900 000 Kosovo Albanians were refugees, it represents 50% of them... They came back thanks of NATO because without it Kosovo would be mainly serbian
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Albanopolis Oct 18
Kosovo's parliament approved three laws on the Kosovo Security Force, KSF, expanding its competences and changing it into a regular army. Kosovo has officially an armed force. Something that Albanians in this region have never really had
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Admirim Oct 17
. was raped by Serbian policemen in 1999. She was 16. She shared her story yesterday. Vasfije Krasniqi is a hero for giving voice to the 20,000 victims of war rape in Kosovo that have been voiceless until now. This is a watershed moment in Kosovo's history.
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RFVOA Oct 17
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Albanopolis Oct 17
Replying to @AlbanologyFacts
We can also say that it's a bad news for some people, for those who described Kosovo as an "islamic territory within Europe" or as "the craddle of european islamism"
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Albanopolis Oct 17
Good news, since 2016 no case of citizens traveling to Syria or to Iraq as part of the organizations has been officially reported
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Albin Kurti Oct 17
Vasfije Krasniqi has spoken. She was 16 when policemen raped her in April, 1999. was a weapon of war - there are 20.000 in . We cannot change the past, but we can neither forget it. We grow older, but crimes do not. must prevail.
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Vlora Çitaku Oct 16
19 years ago she was raped by Serbian paramilitary forces. She was 16 years old. Fragile. Broken. Today, she comes back and shares her story. Stronger than ever. Braver than ever. Thank you owes you. Your two young children will be proud of you. Hero.
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Albanopolis Oct 16
Your screen is off-topic, I do not see its usefulness in the discussion we had, I did not speak about the social aspect and what became the Arvanites but where they came from... They came from Albania and originally spoke the Albanian tosk dialect. The rest is another subject
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Albanopolis Oct 15
That is false, that is an propagandistic theory. The same that says "Arvanites are albanized Greeks", in fact today we can say they are hellenized Albanians
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Albanopolis Oct 15
Concerning the Arvanites in particular it is proved and almost universally recognized that they passed in Greece in the 14th century. They were even called to populate this area there by the Byzantine power...
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Albanopolis Oct 15
Chams, Arvanites and Suliotes probably all went in Greece in the 14th century and the 15th century I think
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Albanopolis Oct 15
"Is something else", muslims and constituted a territorial continuity with Albania, so they did not become Greek, that's why "it's something else"
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Albanopolis Oct 15
It was not the only one, the despotate of Arta established by Peter Losha. The principality of Gjirokastër formed by John Zenevisi. The albanian movement of the 14th to the south, was surely at the origin of the cham population, just like the Arvanite
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Albanopolis Oct 15
The Arvanites were bilingual since very late ^^, there is still some arvanites that speak their albanian dialect but very few
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Albanopolis Oct 15
That's wrong, the cham are surely in southern Epirus since the 14th century. There were certain Albanian principalities in the 14th centurie there, maybe not completely independent but autonomous
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