Date: 15 Mar 2008


Albania, Bosnia and Kosovo!
Will East India also become Muslim majority within a decade going by trends like the 3 European countries under the influence of Bangladesh like Turkey in case of the 3 European nations?
According to the Kosovo in Figures 2005 Survey of the Statistical Office of Kosovo, Kosovo's total population is estimated between 1.9 and 2.2 million in the following ethnic proportions:
92% Albanians 
4% Serbs 
2% Bosniaks and Gorans 
1% Roma 
1% Turks 
Islam (mostly Sunni, with a Bektashi minority) is the predominant religion, professed by most of the majority ethnic Albanian population, the Bosniak, Gorani, and Turkish communities, and some of the Roma/Ashkali/Egyptian community. The Serb population, estimated at 100,000 to 120,000 persons, is largely Serbian Orthodox. Approximately 3 percent of ethnic Albanians are Roman Catholic. Catholic communities are concentrated around Catholic churches in Prizren, Klina, and Ðakovica. Protestants make up less than 1 percent of the population and have small populations in most cities, with the largest concentration located in Pristina. There are no synagogues or Jewish institutions; there are reportedly two families whose members have Jewish roots. The number of atheists or those who do not practice any religion are difficult to determine, and estimates are largely unreliable.
Ethnic Albanians in Kosovo have the largest population growth in Europe. The people’s growth rate in Kosovo is 1.3%. Over an 82-year period (1921-2003) the population grew 4.6 times. If growth continues at such a pace, based on some estimations, the population will be 4.5 million by 2050.
In 1948 to 1991 period, Serb population on Kosovo incresed for 12% (3 times less than in Serbia), while Albanian population increased for 300% in the same time period.
If minority Serbs in Croatia and Bosnia can fight and form autonomous Govts of Krajina and Srpska respectively why not 1.5 crore Bangladeshi Hindus much more tortured than them?
6 bordering districts of Dinajpur-Rangpur Region in Northwest Bangladesh and Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) with 3 districts were non-Muslim majority in 1947 and need to be taken back by India along with the 1.5 crore Bangladeshi Hindus and 1 million Buddhists for their re-settlement with dignity in India of which they wish to be part of and fought and gave their life in Indian Independence Movement. Srpska
The 9 districts which India should take back will not only cut Bangladesh to size and widen and secure passage to Assam from Indian mainland but also save East India from growing Islamic menace are Dinajpur, Kurigram, Lalmonirhat, Nilphamari, Thakurgao, Panchagarh, Bandarban, Rangamati and Khagrachari.