"Advocating for victory of "the cross over the crescent" Kačavenda, during the war in Bosnia, sided with Radovan Karadžić and Ratko Mladić. Which, unfortunately, was not uncommon with the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) Bishops. Remember Filaret who took photos in the Slavonia battlefield, on a military Punzgauer with a machine gun in his hand. Not even the late Patriarch Paul was spared by this "disease": he let Slobodan Milošević to use him for his heinous political goals, to be led through the trenches of Karadžić's army; he signed a letter to Lord Carrington, blessed the burned Foča, Karadžić, Mladić... If we are already talking about this, it is not unknown that, during the war in Bosnia, Ratko Mladić enjoyed the support of that part of the SPC which I call - the Artillery Synod of the Serbian Orthodox Church."
Mirko Djordjević, religion sociologist