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About Father Sava Janjic

Father Sava (Janjic) is Archdeacon of the Decani Monastery in Kosovo. During the Kosovo war of 1999, Fr. Sava became world famous as the 'cyber monk' through www.decani.yunet.com. He provided shelter to refugees, both Albanian and Serbian. After the war, he was spokesman of the Serbian National Council of Kosovo and Metohia and member of the Interim Administrative Council of Kosovo.

Articles by Father Sava Janjic

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Democracy cannot be built on ethnic discrimination

Father Sava (Janjic), the ‘cybermonk’ based in a Serb Orthodox monastery in Kosovo, laments the condition of human rights in the territory, and says that the building of an inclusive civil society is the only way to a lasting settlement.
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