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Unformatted text preview: created and left a good bit of Islamic influence in the area. This was a big contrast from the Orthodox Church that was seen strongly through the many cathedrals throughout the country. Kosovo was at one time a part of the Serbian Empire, the Byzantine Empire, and the Roman Empire. All of these influences created a very unique people, economy, political system, and religious system. There is no way that anyone can expect two completely different cultures to not be in conflict when they are put in the same country, under the same laws, and under the same social structure. The good news is that the Allied powers did not make a new mistake when they drew the lines to put Kosovo inside of Yugoslavia. The fighting will not stop until Kosovo has its independence from Slovakia....
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- Spring '08