There were English men fighting in the wars in Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo.
yes, side by side with worse Arab mujaheedines
They fought on the winning sides.
muja didn`t win
Didn't your brave Serbian heroes fight on the losing side in all of those wars?
you have wrong informations
That might explain why you have the English so much.
muja or english is same to me. i don`t hate. its disgust
From all Europeans only English and Croats fought side by side with worse Arab mujaheedines, against other European people. There were mercenaries of all kind of ethnicity, involved on all sides in conflict but non of them, except English fought alongside mujas. Down there in text you can read about some poor English creature that was for its cooperation with mujas, by those same mujas rewarded with death.Britons flock to fight in Bosnia: Thousands of ex-soldiers and 'untrained idiots and psychopaths'The Independent, STEVE BOGGAN, Sunday 23 October 2011
Details emerged yesterday of Ted Skinner, 38, one of the two mercenaries who were killed last week, but it is understood the Foreign Office has failed to trace any relatives of Derek Arnold. Both men were kidnapped from their flat near Travnik, six miles west of the British UN force's base in Vitez. They were bound, tortured and shot in the head.
Reports yesterday said they had given the British forces intelligence about Muslim operations in which they were involved, something to which Mujahedin mercenaries fighting alongside them ...
There must be justiceJacquesHogart: British SAS and Americans were attacking Serbian Churches, Monasteries, RefugeesFebruary 8, 2015 by Grey Carter
Jacques Hogard was one of the first Western officers who entered the territory of Serbia after the signing of the Kumanovo Agreement in 1999, and there he saw that the information he was given by NATO command does not correspond to the truth.
He realized that there was no humanitarian war, but on the contrary - as an field officer he saw that KLA terrorists were constantly under control of German and British military services, even when attacking Serbian churches, monasteries and refugee columns just after the end of the NATO bombing.
"The Brits had the closest contacts with the KLA. Soldiers of the 20th SAS Regiment were actually engaged with KLA, they provided them with logistics and trained them. This is what I personally discovered on the field," said Jacques Hogard."