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I have opened a discussion in the talkpage of Leskovik. You are welcomed to add your comments there.Alexikoua (talk) 18:23, 19 September 2013 (UTC)

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Hi Alexikoua, I see you are greater in number and keep reverting my changes, nevertheless I still do not see any references from your side to support what is written in the article. I left a message on your talk page as well.Mondiad (talk) 04:23, 19 November 2013 (UTC)

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Speedy deletion nomination of Kosovo Agency of Privatization[edit]

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Hi, I added to the "Non-free media information and use rationale" to the file description section. Regards. Mondiad (talk) 17:08, 10 December 2013 (UTC)

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Simon Stefani[edit]

I cannot speak about whether he was Greek or not (although his name doesn't sound non-Greek), but every source I know of lists him as having been an Interior Minister, not Defense Minister. --Ismail (talk) 23:13, 23 December 2013 (UTC)

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Minor[edit]

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Third League of Prizren[edit]

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Damian (Kokoneshi)[edit]

May I ask you to check and enlarge this article. ~ Чръный человек (talk) 08:19, 22 January 2014 (UTC)

Prek Cali[edit]

Hello Mondiad,

Prek Cali is officially recognized as Albanian Hero,he is known for his bravery and for being active during national awaking ,and attended all wars against different enemies,like Ottoman Empire ,Serbia,Montenegro and Albanian Communist(1908,1911,1913,1944,1945). Communists made up story's that Prek Cali cooperated with Serbian chetniks and British,which are untruth because there are still alive witnesses which were together with Prek Cali.

He was anti-communist,and he had conflicts with Montenegrin and Serbians,Prek Cali was in cave with 14 men and 1 women (sworn virgin) called Tone Toma Bikaj,she was together with her brother Gjelosh Bikaj (who is still alive).

When communists found out their location they ,and Abaz Fejzo (Commandant of Partisans) said to Fr.David Pici to ask Prek Cali to surrender with his group,and they claimed that Partisans will stop war in Kelmend,if they dont surrender he said that they will be killed in cave and the war in Kelmendi wont stop. (Abaz Fejzo called Prek Cali a "Bayraktar" but Fr. David Pici anwered that Prek Cali is not bayraktar,but a nationalist who defended his motherland ). Anyway Fr. David agreed and asked Prek Cali to surrender with his group because communists promised that they will not continue war in Kelmendi ,and they will forgive supporters of Prek Cali which were together with him in cave. Prek Cali agreed to surrender with his group.  He and his group surrender without reforestation (17 February 1944) Fr. David Pici was with them.  

But Sejdin Avdia wrote in his book that they tryed to escape and killed 3 partisans,also he said that Prek Cali was a supporter of chetniks.

These story's are not true,because there are still alive a lot witness (Gjelosh Toma Bikaj,was in cave of Tartashica together with Prek Cali and other 13 men and his sister Tone) The author of book "Prek Cali dhe kelmendasit" , Dr. Luigj Martini says : Thanks god there are still alive witness.


Information's are taken in book of Dr. Luigj Martini ,"Prek Cali dhe kelmendasit" (Page : 272-289) ,and if you want i can take a picture of these informations from the book. After fall of communism the view for Prek Cali and for Resistance of Kelmendi during communist war (1942-1945),and also this book is the most trustful and its used officially for Anti-Communist war in Albania. NOTE: Prek Cali is officially Hero of Albania,and Martyr of Democracy,if he was a cooporater with chetniks he would never become a hero,so using communist books to write biograpy of Prek Cali or other Albanian Martyrs of Democray it would be ridicules,because we all know that communists made up story's about them to mislead the others.

I see that you can write quite well in English,and i would be ready to give to you information's from books about real story of Prek Cali and not the propaganda story which had been made by communists (Yugoslavian and Albanian). -AlbertBikaj (talk) 20:27, 23 January 2014 (UTC)

I am quite aware of Communist history, but that does not mean that Hoxha said that something is black, and today everything becomes automatically white. Anyway, this article does not have any importance for me. Just keep it out of emotional sentences like "one of the greatest heroes of Albania". Hero of Albania is just a given a title not a fact, just like Fatos Nano was given "Nderi i Kombit", it does not mean that Nano really honors Albania. The same with Cali, if there is a monograph that mentions him as one of the greatest heroes, does not mean it is absolutely true.

Regarding the chetniks, I don't know, the other guy brought many references. On my opinion, wherever there is smoke, there is fire. The cooperation was real, but pushed by British emissaries as part of the anti-communist campaign rather than any "love" between Cali and the Serbs.

What I don't like about Cali in what I saw is the localist medieval tribal mentality. I.e starting from the Battle of Decic, passing to the conflict with Zogu because they demanded autonomy from the "Albanian muslim state". If he was a real here would have fought like Curri, Boletini, Gurarkuqi, Galica, etc whho saw Albanian cause as a whole beyond a certain tribe or geographical limitation.

Anyway, good work. I respect your passion about this.Mondiad (talk) 19:42, 23 January 2014 (UTC)

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Good work[edit]

I just read your article on Kostandin Boshnjaku. He's mentioned very briefly in English-language works, so it's nice to read a reasonably detailed article. I'm sure many other articles of yours are just as good. --Ismail (talk) 04:08, 16 February 2014 (UTC)

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Please read about Cali's biography,not propaganda! Biograpy 1 Biography 2 Biography 3 AlbertBikaj (talk) 12:24, 17 February 2014 (UTC)

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Dr.K, thank you for threatening me. At this point I am getting used. Everytime there is some edit which the Greek editors don't like, I am being left a message in my talk page. As per your suggestion, I already had opened a talk section for discussion. Meanwhile I would strongly suggest you go on and revise the neutrality of the references provided as NPV by my Greek colleges. Seems that no one is worried about the neutrality of the article.
Also, If you check the page's history, you will see that Alexihoua reverted my edits first. So try to talk to him too. Mondiad (talk) 18:52, 18 February 2014 (UTC)

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Visarion Xhuvani[edit]

How to understand it: "He was a member of the Albanian parliament from 1929 to 1924", "arrested by the Communists and imprisoned in 1946, released in 1943"? ~ Чръный человек (talk) 14:34, 19 March 2014 (UTC)

Again:Minor[edit]

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