A month after Robert Spencer’s interview appeared in Vecernje Novosti, interviewer Jovan Tripkovic placed another one, with Pamela Geller. Below is the original correspondence, so there might be an English version on record:

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An Independent Kosovo is a Jihad State in the Heart of Europe (Dec. 16, 2018)

1) It is well known that you have friends in the White House. What would be your advice to them regarding American foreign policy on the conflict between Serbia and the unilaterally self-declared state of Kosovo?

In such a case, I would advise them to back Serbia. I have maintained for years that President Bill Clinton made one of his many catastrophic mistakes when he backed the Muslims in the Bosnian war. Like President Carter backing the Ayatollah Khomeini against the pro-American Shah, the consequences of aiding and abetting Islamic movements are catastrophic, as we have seen in Iran with the recent protests against the Islamic regime.

2) How do you see the fact that the so-called state of Kosovo was not accepted into Interpol? Do you think that the international community is changing its approach to Kosovo?

Interpol put realism before political correctness and recognized, even if tacitly, that Kosovo is full of jihad terrorists, and that the government itself may be infiltrated. But this doesn’t necessarily herald any change in the stance of the international community. There is no general recognition of what Kosovo is, and what it means for Europe — no sign of this at the EU or UN, for example. Kosovo is a jihad state in the heart of Europe.

3) Do you think that Serbia and the Serbian nation have true friends in the administration of President Trump, who would support our interests in Bosnia and in the region of Kosovo? (Here, I am thinking about national security advisor Mr. Bolton, who has a very pro-Serbian stance.)

Yes, I do. Certainly Mr. Bolton has a much more realistic understanding of the situation in the Balkans in general than do many other foreign policy experts.

4) Who deserves credit for the change in US policies toward the resolution of the Kosovo conflict? Is it John Bolton, President Trump or somebody else? (I would like to remind you that two years ago the resolution was for Serbia to recognize Kosovo as an independent country. Right now, we can hear that some people from the administration are saying that America agrees with partition of Kosovo.)

Bolton has long opposed the creation of an independent Kosovo. Bolton and Trump both deserve the credit. President Trump has a vision that Mr. Bolton is amply equipped to implement. The Trump administration is to be commended for diverging from the US State Department establishment’s long-settled policies, and blazing a new trail to defend freedom worldwide.

5) How do you comment on the Bosnian state court acquitting Naser Oric, the Muslim commander of Srebrenica, for his crimes against the Christian Serbian population?

It is an indication of the jihadi bias of the Bosnian state. Oric committed crimes against Christians, but the Qur’an commands Muslims to wage war against Christians, so of course he was acquitted.

6) So many Serbian military officers were convicted for their “crimes” at The Hague’s International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. However, not many Kosovars or Bosniaks were convicted for crimes and genocide against Christian Serbs. Do you think that the Serbian victims will get the justice they deserve?

Unfortunately, I doubt they will. It is a grave injustice. The international “human rights community” is deeply corrupt and biased against non-Muslims.