Originally Posted by Aaron85
The rest, you mean the ones who fought against the crimes done to them? They cannot be defined as "bad guys". War is never clean and pure, the good and bad sides are NOT perfectly drawn, because there will always be a gang of people who'll go against the mainstream.
Yet in this war it is obvious who the greater evil, or greatest evil
was and what it did. You can't possibly see the few gangs who managed to fight against the Shkau to be as powerful as you make them seem.
Just like some armed Albanians fought against the Ottomans in Kosova, it was in short nothing, a gang of few individuals who took "justice" in their own hands. In Albanian history they take much place of pride, but the Turks of that time barely recognized them as any kind of threat and still don't, bluntly put, care. Simple troublemakers, for the way stronger party they weren't needed to be recognized, because they also won.
Now here we have Serbia who "lost" and I do believe they would like, or others wanting to protect them, to point at those few who were able to fight back and make their part in the war and destruction bigger than it actually was.
But yes! Churches were destroyed! How could they not? It is war! Symbols like that will get targeted.
I don't know which ones or how many, but compared to what the Shkau did, they play a minor part, sad for the loosing party. believe it or not, lots amounts of money have already rebuilt or relocated churches by the Bosnian Serb authorities.