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April 03, 1999

The Honorable  William  J. Clinton,
President of the United States,   
The White House,
1600 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.,
Washington, DC 20500.

Subject :  KOSOVA -  President Clinton's
finest hour of leadership.

Dear Mr. President,

May God's blessing be always with you, your family and the United States of America. Amen.   

Mr. President, It is only once in a generation that a rare opportunity is given to an individual or a leader or a nation that has the potential to change the course of history. The Kosova campaign,  under your leadership, represents one of those golden opportunities of your presidency  that can end the reign of terror unleashed by the evil forces of Slobodon Milosevic,  a war criminal, who specializes in murdering unarmed men, women and children.  The tidal wave of Albanian refugees pouring out of Kosova tell a tale of unspeakable suffering, destruction and death. Mr. James Rubin recently said : "It is clear that Milosevic bears responsibility for events that led to war crimes in Croatia, Bosnia and now in Kosovo." The United States should call for the indictment of Milosevic as a war criminal, no longer do business with him and not send Mr. Halbrooke to talk to him again.

Mr. President, you must have the will to deploy the maximum force (General Powell's doctrine), including ground forces, in order to totally and completely defeat the evil man. Over the years, you have given Milosevic many incentives and opportunities to follow a path of peace but he has maintained his  blood-thirsty ways. It is heartening to note that NATO is united to put a final end to his evil plans. However, most military experts believe that air power alone is not sufficient and NATO must launch a land campaign in Kosovo to effectively remove Serb forces from Kosova to limit the carnage and allow refugees to return to their homes in safe and secure conditions. Please contact the Muslim leaders of Development Eight nations to supply ground troops to NATO, as suggested in my letter ( copy enclosed) to the D-8 leaders. I am sure the Congress and the American people will support  your actions  to end human sufferings in Kosova.    

Mr. President, the Kosova campaign must not fail because it could be fatal for NATO. There is a myth that Serbs are good fighters, but I believe  those who commit atrocities on unarmed and helpless civilians are cowards and they will crumble if you stand up to them. Also, Kosova crisis will not reach the scale of Vietnam because 90 percent of the Kosovars are totally with NATO.   The Kosovars must be liberated from the tyranny of Serbian army, police and freelance thugs like Arkan. Milosevic and his regime leaders should be arrested for war crimes and put on trial. The grandson of Winston Churchill writes: "Finally the allies must face up to the fact that, after all that has happened, there can be no question of returning Kosovo to the tutelage of Serbia. The Kosovars must be granted a UN-supervised plebiscite to determine their future, which will almost certainly mean independence for Kosovo." I believe the NATO's success in the Balkan crisis will be judged by history as "The finest hour of President Clinton's leadership." 



Mr. M. Khaliq Qureshi,
1317 Shamrock Lane, Plano, Texas 75093.
Res. Tel :(972) 380-5106



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