Wahhabis recruits Serbs and threaten them that they will burn in hell if they do not convert to ISLAM
Even thought the authorities claim that there is no room for panic, the locals of this municipality claim that this tandem "convinced some Serbs to convert to Islam, indicating their unequivocal threats"
Even thought the authorities claim that there is no room for panic, the locals of this municipality claim that this tandem "convinced some Serbs to convert to Islam, indicating their unequivocal threats".
They told one Serb, as the source from "Nezavisnih" claim, she is Vlach and will "burn in that world", so they gave her their pamphlets "to learn how to bow properly and trust in Allah".
This incident happened on Saturday night, and police has been informed about everything.
Asked whether he is aware of the fact that members of the Wahhabi movement disturbed individual residents of Bosnian Petrovac, Mayor Zlatko Hujic points out that such stories came up to him.
"No one officially informed me about it, but I was sitting somewhere and I overheard about it. I wasn't especially interested for the details. The best is to call the police. I responsibly claim that the security situation is not compromised", said Hujic.
Ale Siljdedic, spokesman of the Police USK said that on 24 September at 19 pm a policeman guarding a campaign rally got some additional information that two unknown persons in the center of Bosnian Petrovac gave away books and pamphlets with religious content, with certain quotations from the Koran".
Police patrols on the field, which were informed about the event, noticed two people and asked for identifications around 20 hours, and they determined it is about the people from Bosanska Krupa and they had certain religious books and the pamphlets with the quotes from Koran", said Siljdedic.
He leads that it was determined that this tandem was spreading fliers to the citizens of Bosnian Petrovac, they went to few catering facilities and shops in the center of the municipality.
"Members of the Police Station in Bosnian Petrovac did not have any concrete sign of any harassment nor the commission of any offense or crime by these two persons," said Siljdedic.
The police claim that the citizens who received pamphlets were mainly Bosniak, so it can not be confirmed that the targets were citizens of Serbian nationality.
"We have information that they are members of any movement, while a personal description of the above mentioned persons may be associated with the followers of Wahhabism," said Siljdedic.
After identification, the police warned two uninvited guests that it is a multi-ethnic environment and that it is not good to spread random religious material, because such an action could lead to a disturbance of the public, after which they have, as they claim from the Police USK, left Bosnian Petrovac.
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