With all the respect, those articles are crap. First of all, history is always subjective. It depends on your viewpoint all the way. Neither of us was probably alive at the time of 2nd world war, so we cannot know about what was happening there from our experience, but only from what we are told by people, who again, have different viewpoints of the things that happened. Secondly, I never heard about this Bajt guy. Which could may even be my fault, given that I don't follow politics that much, but on the other hand, I am sure that our right wing parties would love to throw the claims from these articles into the face of former communists, if they were anywhere near credibility. Thirdly, it says that this guy was in Rome during the 2nd world war. So how exactly did he know what is happening in Jugoslavia?
Back to the issue. I've heard many contradictional stories about Draza Mihajlovic, so basically I can't make an objective judgement about his deeds. But since chetniks and ustashes fought many bloody battles during the WW2, I can understand why Croatians don't want to let a person with Mihajlovic tatoo enter their country. Whether this is right or wrong, I have no idea - maybe it could be solved with monte's proposal, so that he would wear long sleeved shirt during the matches (where the fvck are Croatian posters when you need them?
Whether he should be banned from entering Slovenia, again, I have no idea. For one, Mihajlovic didn't do any harm to our nation and given that some Slovenians, who took part of after-war executions still live here, I guess a person, who wears a tatoo of one (supposed) criminal can make little or no harm at all...
BTW, monte, is that you on that pic on the left of your post?