It’s not usual for me to go rummaging through old blog posts. But as I was looking for something or other a few days ago, that’s exactly what I ended up doing. In turn, that’s how I came across the photo above which, by the way, was posted the end of June last year, whichContinue reading “Long Days of Summer”
From today’s Serbian paper Politika, here: IRINEJ: Both Serbs and Albanians have a right to exist in Kosovo Serbian Patriarch Irinej said yesterday in Gracanica that the Albanian people have an indisputable right to exist in Kosovo and Metohija, but that this is the right of the Serbs as well, for whom Kosovo is aContinue reading “Vidovdan in Kosovo 2010”
I was thinking whether I should post this You Tube video or not but the last clip convinced me.
Joan of Arc confuses me a bit. I watched the movie The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (see trailer here). Though I can’t rightfully say whether the movie did a good job or not in portraying her, I confess I’m a little confused as to the “message” of Joan of Arc. I understandContinue reading “A Holy Rebel”
Source Canadian Prime Minister Vetoes Srebrenica Resolution The Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper made a right decision when he vetoed the parliaments’ initiative to mark July 11 as a “day of remembrance of the victims of Srebrenica genocide”, the president of the non-governmental organization “Historic Project Srebrenica” Stefan Karganovic stated. “The Prime Minister Harper showedContinue reading “O Canada!”