I’m trying to find news reports from late December, when Ahmadinejad held that Holocaust denial conference in Tehran. Specifically, I can’t seem to find any titled something like “Bosnia Condemns Iranian Holocaust Denial Meeting,” or “Albania Condemns Iranian Holocaust Denial Meeting,” or “Kosovo Condemns Holocaust Denial Meeting”. All I could come up with was this useless thing:

Serbia condemns Iranian Holocaust denial meeting
14 December 2006 | 12:13 | Source: AP

BELGRADE — Serbia condemned a gathering of Holocaust deniers, calling it a “damaging and pseudoscientific” event.

The Serbian Foreign Ministry said in a statement the two-day conference that began Tuesday in Tehran is an “attempt to deny undeniable facts about the tragedy of the Jewish people during World War II.”

Serbia’s government considers the gathering a “damaging and pseudoscientific manifestation that cannot contribute to dialogue between cultures and religions,” it said.

During the Nazi occupation of Serbia and other parts of the then Yugoslav Kingdom, tens of thousands of Jews died. Less than half of Serbia’s 30,000-strong Jewish community before World War II survived the Holocaust. Many later moved to Israel or to the West.

Then I came across this other thing:

Serbian FM urges Arab countries to recognize Israel
BBC Monitoring Europe (Political) - November 5, 2006, Sunday

Excerpt from report by Bosnian Serb news agency SRNA

Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Draskovic has said today after a meeting with the top state Israeli leaders that a precondition for a lasting peace in Kosovo is for the Albanian side to accept the UN Charter on inalienability of borders, RTS [Serbian Radio-TV] has reported.

“A condition of all conditions for reaching a lasting peace is for the Albanian majority to accept the UN Charter. If they do so, our delegation will approach negotiations [on Kosovo’s status] with willingness to compromise to the maximum,” Draskovic said during a joint news conference, adding that Serbia seeks Israel’s support for its stance.

Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni said that she believes in compromise and negotiations, that is, in a solution which is not imposed.

Talking about the situation in the Middle East, the Serbian foreign minister said that in order to reach a lasting regional peace, it is necessary for all Arab countries to recognize Israel.

Meanwhile, it appears that my detractors are justified in continuing to program the American public to believe that the secular, nominal Muslims of the Balkans don’t have an Islamist problem, that they have nothing to do with jihad or caliphate. Indeed, they’re not too Muslimy at all; just look at what they say about Wahhabis:

Wahhabis are financed by Jews –Bosniak politician in Montenegro
BBC Monitoring Europe (Political) - October 16, 2006, Monday

From the Montenegrin newspaper Vijesti on October 15, quoting Rifat Veskovic, chairman of the Democratic Union of Muslims-Bosniaks:

“The Wahhabis and the Wahhabism as a religious movement were not brought here by the war in Bosnia-Hercegovina. They are being recruited in the diaspora, particularly in the Western one. I met representatives of the Wahhabism even before the Bosnian war. Considering the fact that their origins can be dated back to the second half of the 18 century, one cannot link them to Al-Qa’idah and the mojahedin. They are really a foreign body within Islam, used as tools by Western intelligence services, supported by Jewish money in order to cast a negative light on Islam as an intolerant and radical religion which is a danger to the modern Western civilization,” Rifat Veskovic, chairman of the Democratic Union of Muslims-Bosniaks, has told Vijesti.

“The Wahhabis are operating according to a pyramidal organization, both institutionally and in any other way. The pinnacle of the pyramid is located in some Western centres of power and our young men in their short trousers and with their trimmed beards, our women wrapped and covered, turned into modern slaves — are not aware of this,” Veskovic said, adding that the Wahhabis “are not, at least for the time being, dangerous fundamentalists”.