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Thanks to an eXiled reader from Sarajevo, Jesenjin, comes this twist: The Wahhabi terrorist who shot at the US Embassy in Sarajevo wasn’t a Bosnian Wahhabi, but rather a Serbian Wahhabi. That’s because within Serbian proper (excluding Kosovo) there is a Muslim minority called “Bosniaks” living in the Sandzak region.

Here is a video of today’s Serbian (Bosniak, not Bosnian) Wahhabi getting shot in the leg after he got off a couple rounds at the US Embassy:

And here’s the note from our Bosnian (not Bosniak) reader:

Dear Exiledonline,
I would like to correct one thing about this particular title I have seen from “What you should know” section of your website:


I am from Sarajevo, and I would like you to know that a person in question was in fact Serbian citizen from Sandžak region, where Wahhabi are more welcomed than in Sarajevo, and I can link you few videos from this particular incident. And finally a remark about behavior of said gunman. He was standing still on tram station in plain site for half an hour. He only shot one or 2 burst from his Kalashnikov.

link for videos are:! from title it says part 1 from title it says part 2 this is moment when police sniper shot gunman’s leg and neutralized him.

Hopefully you will correct this tiny remark.



If you’re interested in yet another Balkan hate-fest, here’s an article about the Bosniak grievances and Serbia’s problems in the very region from where today’s shooter came from.

There you go, Jesenjin. Don’t bother thanking us, we at The eXiled believe it’s all about serving our Bosnian readers and responding to your needs–and to The Almighty Truth.


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  • 1. wow  |  October 28th, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    It was so fun to watch US mainstream media avoid this topic. Imagine the shooting happened in Iran!

  • 2. G.A.  |  October 29th, 2011 at 4:12 am

    Oh ExileD, you made a mistake in the article I believe, Kosovo has not been part of Serbia proper for quite some time now, I believe roughly since the time Serbs started their ethnic cleansing campaign and got their asses kicked.

  • 3. Sakevi  |  October 29th, 2011 at 5:00 am

    No Serbian will ever call any Muslim as “Serbian” Love these insane Balkanites.

  • 4. Srba  |  October 29th, 2011 at 7:03 am

    Muslims in Bosnia are also ‘Bosniaks’. But of course, in the cosmopolitan wonderland that is Sarajevo, there’s no extremism!

  • 5. niccolo and donkey  |  October 29th, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    The Muslims of the Sandzak region are Serbian citizens but consider themselves Bosniaks and are an official minority in Serbia as well as in Montenegro which also includes counties part of the historical region of Sandzak (which comes from the Turkish word Sancak which means province).

    There is some regionalism on display here as the self-described “cosmopolitan” Sarajevans look down on the Muslims from the Sandzak region, many of whom have moved to Sarajevo. They view them as primitives prone to extremism.

    The Bosnian Muslim political and military establishment is full of Sandzak Bosniaks and they played a key role in the policy of attacking Bosnian Croats during the war in Bosnia as they saw them as a less difficult opponent than the numerically superior Serbs.

    As for them in the Sandzak, one need only look at Zukorlic to see what they’re about.

  • 6. Dejo  |  October 30th, 2011 at 4:52 am

    2) Serbs sure got their asses kicked. After a three month bombing campaign the largest military alliance in the world managed to destroy a whopping fifteen tanks. All the while Serbs still had almost complete operational control of Kosovo/Metohija. In the end NATO had to politically outmanoeuvre the Serbs in order to save face. As far as the ethnic cleansing is concerned, the Turks recorded less than a hundred Shqiptars in Kosovo/Metohija during the early 1600s. Now there’s over one and a half million of them there. Serbs have been more than merciful to those fucking collaborating whores. They all deserve to die. And their non-Shqiptar apologists deserve fates worse than I can possibly fathom. I would suggest that they all deserve the same fate as the Serbs in Kosovo/Metohija but I’m not that cruel.

  • 7. Karl  |  November 1st, 2011 at 4:31 am

    A Wahhabi shoots up a US Embassy and it’s a “Balkan hate-fest”? Last time I checked neither Saudis nor Americans were Balkanites. Saudi Wahhabism and US embassies out of Bosnia (and Herzegovina)!

  • 8. Asek  |  November 1st, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    I hardly see how it’s of any consequence what nationality the guy is. It’s the ideology that he subscribes to that resulted in his actions, not his passport. But I suppose that to a person absorbed in nationalistic hatred (which Jesenjin’s message albeit crafted in a “fact-checking” manner fails to completely hide) quality and relevance of information come secondary, perhaps tertiary… You, Jesenjin, are a prime example of how ethnic hatred is perpetuated… Keep up the good work, asshat…

  • 9. Arkan  |  November 4th, 2011 at 4:11 pm

    As a Serb, I am embarrassed that this guy is my compatriot- 105 bullets and only two wounded! If he was real Serb, he would single handedly kill between 10, 000- and 100, 000 embassy staff and rape their pets. Or at- least, that is what CNN would report.

    Keep spinning, Je(seljo)!

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