|Mazedonien 2001 : Die Taliban-UCK-Achse
Police action in FYROM (macedonia) – Police blocked several albanian villages near the border with Serbia.
Macedonian police launched an action tonight checks several locations in the majority albanian villages on the FYROM-Serbian border.
Police have cordoned and raid the villages of Slapcane, Matejce and Arcinovo, then the blockade expanded to several other resorts.
Local news reported and confirmed that police start anti-terrorist action, as well as more radical muslims connected with local criminal groups were arrested and detained.
Police also raid mosqu in Arcinovo. Mosque was according to source from police used as recruitment center from from which recruits are later sent to Syria to support Islamic state (isis / isil).
During the search of mosque, police also found stash of weapons.
Previously, some media reported that in Macedonia, from the direction of Kosovo has entered an armed terrorist group.
|Solun prosecutor looks for Soros activists who led migrants across Macedonian border|
|Tuesday, 22 March 2016|
Greek prosecutor Efterpi Kotzmani ordered the Solun prosecutor’s office to begin investigation in the deadly attempt for a mass illegal crossing of refugees into Macedonia. Three Afghans, including two sisters, drowned in a border river while attempting to by-pass the fence near Gevgelija.
MIA correspondent in Athens reports that Kotzmani ordered finding the persons responsible for printing an Arabic language leaflet that prompted nearly 2.000 from the 10.000 people camping on the Greek – Macedonian border to make a night march around the border fence and into Macedonia. Most of the group crossed into Macedonia by way of a swollen river that was falsely marked as a dry river bed on the map, only to be returned to Greece after facing Macedonian security forces. Three people drowned during the river crossing.
The leaflets, likely prepared by leftist open border activists that are active in the camp near the Greek village of Sehovo (Idomeni), included a map of the terrain. A dozen of activists were briefly detained in Macedonia, fined and slapped a ban to enter Macedonian territory.
The Solun prosecutor can simply make a phone call to her Macedonian colleagues and will receive a list of the activists that were detained in Macedonia. The Greek consular office in Skopje also has the same list as it paid the activists‘ fines for illegally crossing the border.