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  • Impossible diplomacy or?!…

    --- Hysen Sinani

    Diplomacia e vetëmohimit
    Self-denial Diplomacy
    "Self-denial diplomacy". This is how Shefki Hysa has called his latest book, which I read in the manuscript in a breath, not just by curiosity that his themes prompted, but rather from that sincere manner in which he gives the largest topic of the Cham issue. He surprises us, as in a random manner, speaking about Cham talent, for example Bilal Xhaferri, and his sad fate, he passes in political and historical essence as important as you say: wait, let's return once again to this site to better understand what is showing and what has happened!
    All the time I read the moving manuscript of Shefki Hysa, because he makes the descriptions even in a moving way, I remembered an early statement of Jean-Paul Sartre: countries are like people, each watches his interest… I do not remember in what context he said this, but now it doesn't rip off my mind and, indeed, to the book in question, even in all treatments of the Cham issue, I noticed that only the Greek state was just as people and had seen his interest about the bitter fate of a minority dispatched from his country. Albanian state, as the yesterday one, the day before yesterday and as today's one did not care for this fate and for this small non-national issues. Why?
    Simply and clearly for the first reason that was and is a gamin state, comparable to that mendicant gathered handful who knows only to seek alms. It is clearly seen this small country in Shefki's book; it is seen in those natural appearances of any efforts to raise the Cham issue in the ranks of interstate diplomacy, to formalize in a way that can be asked its choice clearly and appropriate. Because, up here where it is, it remains out of Greek protocol quite empty from a Cham issue.


    A message of special type

    --- Hysen Sinani

    Paulin Rranzi - Personalities, Missionaies of Peace
    Paulin Rranzi - Personalities, Missionaies of Peace
    The book "Personalities - Missionaries of Peace" is a summary of writings on special figures of Albanian politics, art and literature. This collection looks like a monograph rather odd in the way it is conceived at the beginning and how it is composed later. So, in the form it differs from all summaries of different literary, artistic or scientific biography, it even differs with a monograph on a particular topic that actually has this book and serves as a liaison yarn among various figures, as is the idea of the mission or missionary of peace.
    However, when you have read the entire book and have experienced for a little time the taste that reading has left you, you smile and it looks that you have in front of you a beautiful work carried out with collage techniques. It seems so, as to say, from the literary and vital material that the author Paulin Rranzi has used, by mixing within an idea, that of the mission of peace, three or four different areas of practice and human creation. Perhaps, this has made this summary more diversified and more attractive.
    It is acted simply and carefully for the choice and the composition of the object of the book: the author has as close friend the writer Shefki Hysa and by the empathy he has for him, he looks round him events and personalities that can better serve his idea to join in a monographic narrative missions and Albanian missionaries that consciously have served this high and human eternal purpose: Peace.


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