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In 2014, when Kosovo realized its citizens' involvement in Middle Eastern terrorist groups, the security apparatus began a ferocious crackdown on people suspected of terrorist activities, including some controversial imams. One of the imams was Enes Goga, the great imam of the Islamic Community of Kosovo (BIK) in Peja, featured above, whom Naser Deva partially blames for his influencing his son’s departure. “I don’t think that I am responsible. I am a victim from the political parties. They needed to create a new problem in society besides unemployment, the economical failure, the political failure, organized crime,” Goga said. “These are the problems of our society. Islam is never a problem. Never.” Image by AJ Naddaff. Kosovo, 2018.

In 2014, when Kosovo realized its citizens' involvement in Middle Eastern terrorist groups, the security apparatus began a ferocious crackdown on people suspected of terrorist activities, including some controversial imams. One of the imams was Enes Goga, the great imam of the Islamic Community of Kosovo (BIK) in Peja, featured above, whom Naser Deva partially blames for his influencing his son’s departure. “I don’t think that I am responsible. I am a victim from the political parties. They needed to create a new problem in society besides unemployment, the economical failure, the political failure, organized crime,” Goga said. “These are the problems of our society. Islam is never a problem. Never.” Image by AJ Naddaff. Kosovo, 2018.