American political dissident Robert Rundo is teaming up with Serbian solidarity group Fondacija Junak (Heroes Foundation) for a relief effort to bring gifts to hundreds of Serbian children living as persecuted minorities in Kosovo.
Kosovo, the historic heartland of the Serbian people, was taken over by an Albanian criminal organization, the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), after intervention on their behalf by NATO and Washington in 1999. Native Serbs in the breakaway state are subjected to daily violence and discrimination, including organ theft and sexual slavery, at the hands of KLA commanders who are now top ranking state officials. Kosovo is today Europe's main heroin trafficking transit point and a place crippled by high unemployment, deplorable rates of poverty and violent crime.
On January 13th, Junak relief workers and Rob Rundo will be visiting the besieged population to provide them with desperately needed humanitarian aid.
Rundo's journalism project, Will2Rise, will be setting aside money collected from donations to support the effort. You can do your part here.