BELGRADE – Milovan Drecun, chair of the Serbian parliament’s committee on Kosovo-Metohija (KiM), said on Tuesday that Kosovo’s Interior Minister Bajram Redzepi is trying to ease the gravity of graffiti on the Serbian Orthodox monastery of Visoki Decani that call for the Islamic State and the establishment of the Caliphate.
Redzepi qualified it as an act of vandalism, claiming that the graffiti on the walls of the monastery had been written by three minors.
In a broadcast on Radio-Television of Kosovo 2, Redzepi said that police would talk with the parents of the minors so as to ensure that such nonsense does not happen again.
“Redzepi wants to diminish the gravity of this event, which is actually very serious,” Drecun told reporters in the Serbian parliament.
“In the last 20 years, these areas have become an Islamic Jihad stronghold which has the full potential for recruiting jihadists, which we have seen in the case of Syria and Iraq,” Drecun said…