KOSOVO 2.0‘s magazine staff in Pristina, Kosovo had planned the launch of a ground breaking edition that set out to examine heterosexual and homosexual sexuality and the lives of how people experience the most intimate aspect of their lives in the Western Balkans. But throughout the day on Thursday and Friday, the magazine received a number of threats from a group of extremist Muslim men, referred to as “Lumpy”, according to a Kosovo News report. The magazine notified the police, who sent over two police to the Youth Center, known as “Red Hall” where the magazine planned its launch with readings by contributing writers. Around 6 p.m. CET, according to Besa Luci, the magazine’s editor-in-chief, a group of approximately 20 men, brandishing clubs, entered the Center in Pristina and destroyed the set, breaking television monitors, projectors and DVD players. The mob also beat up a male magazine staff member. His condition is unknown at press time.Editor's note - Kosovo is the increasingly Muslim-dominated breakaway Republic formerly part of Serbia in the southeastern corner of Europe.
Saturday, December 22, 2012
Gang of hooded Muslim men attack gays and other sexual freedom advocates at European magazine launch party
Absolutley Insane! Must See Video!! Just breaking in the United States “I saw him [gay editor] being beaten. But we were running for safety, while the thugs were screaming and breaking up the televisions and projectors.” -- Luci, magazine staffer Via newcivilrightsmovement.com: