The chief cleric of Kosovo, Naim Ternava, is regarded as a radical Islamist who is supportive of Saudi Wahhabi ideology. In spite of Kosovo’s large Muslim population, many Muslim countries — including the majority of Arab League countries — have yet to recognize Kosovo as an independent state [because of the West’s hand in it]. As the “Southeast Europe Times” observes, Kosovo’s foreign policy toward the Arab world has recently begun to emphasize Kosovo’s Islamic character, as a means to gain support and improve bilateral relations.

– Alex Carpenter, of Demand Media, in an otherwise strange little MSM compilation titled “Islam & Kosovo,” Feb. 9, 2013