Monday, March 17, 2008

Albanians on Albanian Organized Crime

Please note that I am providing excerpts that I deem pertinent, and in some cases am having to edit the excerpts slightly. I have made an effort to keep comments in context.

First, from Majority of trafficked females are from Albania:

K-man_10-20-2005, 11:34 PM, 19 October 2005

The Anti Trafficking Police said yesterday in Prizren that the number of victims of trafficking in Kosovo is increasing, whereas majority of them come from Albania.

The police made those comments during Human Trafficking Debate funded by the US Office.

Michaele Clark, Director of the OSCE Anti Human Trafficking Department, said that the purpose of such debates is to increase the public awareness against this occurrence, as well as to encourage debates among the institutions that fight this negative occurrence.

Sejdi Maralushaj, Police Anti Trafficking Unit in Prizren, said that the number of Kosovar victims of trafficking is increasing, and in most cases they are older than 20, but there were also the cases of minor females.


MissPepaj 10-22-2005, 06:51 AM

I am in the student body and this year we focused on human trafficing for this organisation called OD(operation daywork) where we work a whole school day) Human trafficing is the third largest illegal business in the world. It comes right after drugs and weapons.

The human trafficing is one of the worst exploitation of women on earth!

here in the capital city of Norway, theres a street where its filled with prostitutes. where a large amount of them are from Albania, but that doesn't change the fact that a large percentage of them come from Kosova and Macedonia.

I am not taking sides here im just stating a fact that albanians are refeared to as albanians outside of the balkans. whether they are from albania,macedonia or kosova.


Peach 10-22-2005, 07:52 AM

Due to Kosova being a site of military conflicts, this could be an explanation for the increase of trafficking. 'Cause after all KFOR is still there in Kosova, and as long as there is a sought-after the women, trafficking will still be there and it will increase.

However, no matter if the women are from Shqiperia, Kosova, Macedonia or whatever country they may be from, there is no doubt that these women are held captive, abused and raped. Most of them make little, if any money at all!

And of course as long as there is a demand after these women, trafficking will still be here. This is a huge problem around the world, and I don't think that it will change that much in the nearest future.

PejoNii 10-22-2005, 08:08 AM

When i was in Oslo last summer we walked through a street called "Prince-gatan" a prostitute street, you have maybe heard of that? So we started joking with those girls, then one of them starts to speak Albanian to another and i was like wtf (shocked) ...i ask her in english - where are you from? she answerd in bad english - from Albania, now do you wanna have fun tonight or what? 8O

ps. No i didnt do her or any prostitute so dont start !!

MissPepa j10-22-2005, 09:10 AM

Yeah, prince gaten is exactly the street. One of the biggest pimps there is from Albanian... Shes a woman btw... Anyways... I have heard so many bad jokes about that street.

Next, from Human Traffickers In Kosova Convicted With UN Help:

PejoNii 07-22-2005, 06:20 AM

One World South East Europe - 13:05 Jul 22

In the severest ever human trafficking sentence in Kosovo, three Albanian citizens have been jailed for up to 12 years for luring young women to the United Nations-administered province with false promises of legitimate work, only to try to force them into prostitution.

Investigation into the case involved the joint efforts of the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), Kosovo Police officers (KPS), the Department of Justice, the Prizren District Public Prosecutor's office and military police, the multinational security force.

A court panel, composed of two international and one Kosovar judge, sentenced Vladimir Ukaj and Robert Sylaj to 12 years each in prison and Sabri Islami to 10 years after they were found guilty of 11 of the 12 charges filed against them, including trafficking in human beings, rape, facilitation of prostitution and falsification of documents.

During the investigation two Albanian female victims, one of them 16 years old, were identified and rescued by the police. Both had been lured to Kosovo from Albania with false promises of legitimate work, only to find that their supposed employers were in fact intending to force them into prostitution, UNMIK said.


Good work!! - hope they rot in jail :twisted: ...One example Albania should take from Kosova.

Udhtari 07-22-2005, 06:45 AM

tip of the iceberg...

SLNX 07-22-2005, 08:53 AM

Good riddance.

Finally, from Albanian Mob taking over the Italian Mafia !:

Dibran07 12-24-2004, 03:01 PM

about 2 weeks ago beginnning of December there was an article in New Yorks daily news paper saying that the Albanians are taking over the Italian Mafia and they also showed a picture of a bunch of Albanian Mobs sitting in the Former Mob Boss JOHN GOTTI'S table in one of the resturants in the city , i coulden't belive it myself but yea , sorry Italians .

sick_albo 12-24-2004, 03:03 PM


NYcrims 12-24-2004, 04:34 PM

Nothing to be proud of.


ALBOBOY 1101-01-2005, 12:13 AM

yo good for these albos....i know they give us a bad name and everything, but at least they show that Albos arent people to be fuc*ed with...especially since we have such a small population compare to italians adn other mafias in NY...

TsarofAlbania 01-01-2005, 12:18 AM

oh yeah..thats what i'd like to be known as...a mobster instead of a productive, intelligent member of society.

ALBOBOY11 01-01-2005, 12:24 AM

well u say whatever you want but the mafias are not stupid...they make money the dirty way...and i hate thier job, but it shows that Albos are not people to fu*k can such a small populatio take over NY...

TsarofAlbania 01-01-2005, 12:30 AM

lol, take over? what the original post failed to mention was that they were all arrested. People like that just make it harder for honest, hard working albanians to prosper.

ALBOBOY11 01-01-2005, 12:32 AM

some got caught, a small part of the mafia...

and i know these people make it harder for decent albanians to work, i agree...thats not my argument, dont get the wrong idea...i dont support the Albanian mafia...

TsarofAlbania 01-01-2005, 12:33 AM

ok good.... Cause you dont know how hard it is to shed that stereo-type daily.

Albanian culture has a great many beautiful and positive aspects to it. But, just like any other society, people of Albanian ethnicity have within their number a criminal element.

It is worth recalling -- as I pointed out in Kosovo in 1999, Part 3 -- some of the worst "ethnic cleansing" of ethnic Albanians in Kosovo was perpetrated by the Kosova Liberation Army. The KLA, predominantly criminals and terrorists, oppressed anyone who didn't go along with them -- much as Islamic extremists elsewhere target Muslims who don't go along with the extremism. As I wrote:

This is not to blame all ethnic Albanians, nor is it to exonerate all ethnic Serbs. In that light, it is worth recalling from Part 1 a quote from earlier in the article:

Ironically Robert Gelbard, America's special envoy to Bosnia, had described the KLA last year [1998] as "terrorists". Christopher Hill, America's chief negotiator and architect of the Rambouillet agreement, "has also been a strong critic of the KLA for its alleged dealings in drugs."[3] Moreover, barely a few two months before Rambouillet, the US State Department had acknowledged (based on reports from the US Observer Mission) the role of the KLA in terrorising and uprooting ethnic Albanians:

" ... the KLA harass or kidnap anyone who comes to the police, ... KLA representatives had threatened to kill villagers and burn their homes if they did not join the KLA [a process which has continued since the NATO bombings]... [T]he KLA harassment has reached such intensity that residents of six villages in the Stimlje region are "ready to flee."[4]

It is always the people in neighborhoods run by organized crime and gangs that suffer the most at the hands of the criminals.

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