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Saturday, March 17, 2012

SOURCE "KARAD VE ORDU": Most of the Bosniaks from Plav and Gusinje are of Albanian origin

Bosniaks of Albanian origin
The founders of the Gusinje were Omeragic's. The first who embraced Islam when the Turks came into these areas in 1455 was Omeraga Shala, and his name was Deda Shala, Catholic faith from todays north Albania. The then Turkish government gave Omer-aga great land in Gusinje and Plav. Omer-aga had two sons, Hasan-aga and Tahir-aga. Hasan-aga built the first house above the river "Grncar" in Gusinje and his brother Tahir-aga settled in Plav. They were very loyal to the Turkish authorities and had a great reputation like the old Albanian population. The children of Omer-aga were sent to Istanbul for education and so the descendants of Omer-aga later became dizdars (administrators) Gusinje, Plav and Bihor.

In the end of 1495 in Gusinje settled Bekteshi (BEKTEŠEVIĆ) from River Cernojevica. They were of Albanian origin.

Cekic: Came in Gusinje 1625 from Herzegovina. The old aristocratic family from the time of Kulin Ban, and Herceg Stjepan. They were of Albanian origin. Arriving in Gusinje beg Sabanagic awarded Cekic mountain Volusnica and Kosutica.

Radoncic and Koljenovic: Came in Gusinje 1636. Belonging to the tribe home from Orahova. They were of Albanian origin. Their relatives were Bulbs, Abdic, Rasic and Malagic.

Hoti, Gruda, Kastrati and Nikocevic - Came in Gusinje 1645, They were of Albanian origin.

Sujkovici, Kurtagic, Sharkinovic, Kikovica, Bajrovic, Bicici, Lalicica, Mrkuljici, Šabović, Redzic, Redzematovici and settled in Plav and Gusinje at the end of 1595. They were of Albanian origin.

Basic and, Jevric, Lalic and settled in Gusinje 1550. They were of Albanian origin.

Balic, Music and the Čanović Klement, (Kelmend Albania) They were of Albanian origin. Settled in Gusinje 1698 from Vukel.

Vukel - Came in Gusinje 1675 from village Vukel, Kelmend. They were of Albanian origin. The famous hero of this tribe was Ibro Vukelj, a participant in the battle Nokshic in 1879.
Deljani, Ljucevici, Pjetrovlci, Feratovici and Djesevici - Came in Gusinje 1699, belonging to the tribe Bokeci. They were of Albanian origin.

Nekovici, Miljkovic, Hadzialjevici, Gačević, Damjanovic, Djurkovic and Djukanovic came in 1711. They were of Albanian origin. In 1670 Vuthaj, Hakaj, Martinaj settled from Kelmend Vukli, Niksa, Selce and Boge. All the Albanian origin. (Djonbaljaj, Ahmetaj, Lecaj, Prelvukaj, Qosaj, Balidemaj, Hasangjekaj, Dedushaj, Brucaj, Pepaj, Novaj, Selimaj, Becaj, Kukaj, Ulaj, Celaj and Gocaj). From this tribe is a large number of highly educated people. They have inflicted much misery to the Turkish authorities.

Pirović, Sujaci have settled in Gusinje 1711. They were of Albanian origin.

Gusinje divided by the last names. The oldest is Omeragic, BEKTEŠEVIĆ, Ibrahimovic, Cekic, Radoncic and Hot.

These data and records were taken from the book - geography Kosovo Vilayet, published in Istanbul 1852 The chapters from Karad ve Ordu (Montenegro and the people, pp. 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, and 83

As you can see all the historical sources say that the Bosnjaks are of the Albanian origin.

Montenegrins claim themselves as Illyrians, and our "Bosniaks" they speak slavic language and in every way trying to prove that they are not of the Albanian origin.

A more concrete example of Bosniak and their Albanian origin are their surnames such as:

Shaljanin - Shala is a very famous village in Albania
Vukelj - is very well known village in Albania
Deljanin (Delaj) - A village in Albania near the Vukel
Koljenovic - Albanian name of Kolja (there are no Serbs or Turks with a name Kola)
Pjetrovic - Albanian name Pjeter (it is not " Peter " it is rather " Pjeter " 100% Pure Albanian name)
Hoti, Gruda, Kastrati, and so on they are all from the Albanian villages, that's where all our Plav and Gusinje Bosnjaks came from ...

One part of the Albanians became Montenegrins, namely: Nemanjici, Balsici, Mrnjacevici, Crnojevici, Bjelopavlovici, Karadjordjevici, Kastrati i Vasojevici, etc. This was done under the influence of Russians that forcefully assimilated a large part of the Albanian population.

by: P. Pjetrovic

1 comment:

  1. Mogu da razumijem da su pojedina plemena Albanskog porijekla, ali po ovom ispade da su Plavo-Gusinjani svi Albanskog porijekla, sto je kontradiktno jer gledajuci stvarnost u Plavu I Gusinju imamo Mijesanu populaciju Albanaca I Bosnjaka, I gledajuci obije populacije nije moguce da su Bosnjaci Albanskog porijekla, jer ove dvije nacije imaju razlicitu kulturu I razliciti jezik.
    Ja se pitam ako su ove dvije nacionalnosti zivjele zajedno vjekovima, kako to da su Albanci zadrzali svoj jezik I kulturu, dok je po vama ova druga polovina (Bosnjaci) izgubili sve sto ih je vezalo za Albansku nacionalnost, I isto vremeno primili kulturu I jezik svojih sunarodnjaka Bosnjaka iz Bosne.
    Nemoj te me pogresno shvatiti ali po mom ova teorija koja se pricala za vrijeme komunizma, I sad a pise od pojedinih pisaca, u realnosti nije moguca, jest da Bosnjaci I Albanci imaju istu sudbinu na prostorima Plava I Gusinja, I da su bratski dijelili sudbinu, bratski se borili protiv vjecnog neprijatelja, pogledajte samo Boj na Noksice, ta bitka bih trebala biti cvrsta I ne prekidiva veza izmedu ova dva naroda.
    Prema tome veliko prijateljstvo treba zagovarat izmedu ova dva bratska naroda, a nikako utapat jedan u drugi, postuj mo mi Albance, i nek oni postuju nas Bosnjake I cvrsto se vezimo tako ce nam biti mnogo lakse.

    Ismet Pjetrovic
    NewYork

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Hvala, thanks!