Serbs in Belgrade protest against the baker Mon Murataj because he is of ethnic Albanian origin

Mon Murataj in his bakery 

 Tens of protesters gathered on Sunday to protest against the owner of the fo bakery "Roma" in Borcha town, near Belgrade, which is a kind of hearth of the ultra-nationalist Serbs.

The owner/baker, Mon Gjuraj, is ethnic Albanian and the protesters have called for boycott and not to buy the products in his bakery.

With the banners "If there is no respect, there is no job" and Serbian flags, the protesters have marched near the bakery.

On April 27, a group of Serbs gathered in the same bakery, chanting slogans against Kosovo. According to local media reports, they had placed a pork head in his car and had banned buyers from entering or exiting from his shop.

This opposition follows a photo posted earlier on Facebook, where Gjuraj performed the national Albanian sign of the double-headed eagle with his hands.

The non-governmental organizations and the opposition in Belgrade have supported the Albanian baker.
Serbs in Belgrade protest against the baker Mon Murataj because he is of ethnic Albanian origin Serbs in Belgrade protest against the baker Mon Murataj because he is of ethnic Albanian origin Sunday, May 05, 2019 Rating: 5
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