Dodik warns about "Islamization" of Bosnia

Work is underway in Bosnia to "Islamize" its society, says Milorad Dodik, the president of the Serb entity in that country, the RS.

Source: Blic

There are serious projects to bring in between 300,000 and 500,000 Arabs to Bosnia "from the Islamic world," he told the Belgrade-based daily Blic.

"There is an exact plan and the lowest class (of society) would arrive from the Arab world," Dodik asserted. He said that "the project of Islamization of Bosnia-Herzegovina" was led by Bakir Izetbegović, the Bosniak member of the country's presidency.

"Kuwait alone has paid for 30,000 apartments in Sarajevo, and that's 100,000 people," Dodik said, adding that he was "not surprised by the statements made by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan that 'Kosovo and Turkey, and Turkey Kosovo'."

"When he was in Sarajevo he said that that Sarajevo was Turkey, and Turkey Sarajevo. When we communicated this to the former Serbian leadership, they just looked at us silently. Well, we have been battling Turkey and its policies for five years. Now, everything is being revealed. Until recently there was no understanding when it comes to this, not even in Serbia," Dodik was quoted as saying.

The RS president added that he was "regularly in contact" with Serbian Deputy PM Aleksandar Vučić in order to "exchange views on all important issues."

"Certainly in the past there have been some things, and then we sat down and cleared up these things. They haven't been gentle with Milorad Dodik in the past, either. As responsible people, we think we should work together for the benefit of both countries, and that is what we are doing. We do it in a manner that is of higher quality than in the past," said Dodik.


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