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    • Milan
    • 24.06.06 | 03:37 (IDT)

    Croatia is the state build on bones of Serbian and Jewesh women and children in second world war. Whole world knows that ustasa masacres are the most brutal things on the history of men kind!I read a lot of books from foreign and domestic historians, about Croatia Nazi State in WW2,and some things y heard from people who been saved from ustasa teror. Most of them lose entire families in killing orgy in nazi Croatia! There were people in Croatia who fights against nazism in WW2 and NDH, and they deserve respect, but reborn of ustasa movement in modern Croatia state is shame for all people,but that especially hearts people in Serbia!Serbs fights against nazism, and that cost them of milion vistims (700 000 serbs were killed in nazi Croatia)!Serbs fights for freedom of croats and slovenes in first world war,and that cost them of 500000 victims! After all, here in Serbia, we only want to never, ever, see any kind of rehabilitation of ustasa movement!P.S.Sorry bec. my eng.is not verygood

    from the article: Neo-Nazis attack Croatia Chief Rabbi outside Zagreb synagogue
    First published 00:00 06.06.06 | Last updated 00:00 06.06.06
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