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Sunday, May 29, 2011

MUSLIM BLOOD OF SREBRENICA: JUSTICE IS NOT DONE YET

Current boundry (yellow) of the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Srebrenica, peviously part of Bosnia is now in Republika Srpska (Serbia Republic) by virtue of the Dayton Agreement.

1945-1991: Bosnia belonged to the communist federation of Yugoslavia.

1991: Breakup of Yugoslavia.

1992: Genocide of Muslims began when Bosnia declared itself independent of Yugoslavia federation (consisted of 8 states then).
Serb leaders wanted to make Bosnia part of "Greater Serbia" a proposed union of Serbia and all territories of the former Yugoslavia in which Serbs formed a majority. Bosnian Serbs occupied more than 60% of Bosnia. Radovan Karadzic declared a republic and beseiged Sarajevo led by Ratko Mladic as commander.

1992-95: Bosnian war 1992-1996. Mladic forces overrunned UN "safe haven"of Srebrenica.Up to 8,000 Muslim men and boys were killed. Nicknamed himself "God" he bellowed "Burn their brains" as his men poundered Sarajevo with artillery fire.

Aug 1993: Creation of the U.N. International Criminal Tribunal (ICT) for Yugoslavia.

Dec 14, 1996: Dayton Agreement  signed in Paris by the Presidents of Crotia, Serbia and Bosnia (Alija Izetbegovic).

Dec 20, 1995: NATO-led 60,000 multinational force (IFOR) sent to Bosnia to enforce the Dayton Agreement and implement peace. A year later to be followed by the Stabilization Force (SFOR).

July 21, 2008: Radovan Karadzic indicted in 1995 by the ICT was captured by Serbian security

May 26, 2011: Ratko Mladic (also indicted by ICT in 1995) was arrested after 16 years as a fugetive.


"In July 1995, despite clear warnings and the presence of UN troops, Bosnian Serbs at Srebrenica perpetrated the single worst war crime since the end of the Second World War. While the world stood by and watched, Serb forces advanced into the "safe area" in eastern Bosnia and rounded up tens of thousands of Bosnian Muslims. Some twenty thousand Muslim women and children were deported; thousands of unarmed Muslim men - soldiers and civilians alike - were summarily murdered."
("Srebrenica: Record of a War Crime" by Jan Willem Honig and Norbert Both, Penguin Books, New York, 1997)

Sasina mass grave site in western Bosnia, remains of Muslim war victims in 1996.

Of the estimated 200,000 people who died in the Bosnian war, 80-90% were Muslims.

At Manjaca war camp, prisoners were cramped under inhumane conditions for many months.



Jalce, a scenic mountain town. Mosques in the front and background.


Justice is not done yet for the genocide of nearly 200,000 Muslims in Bosnia.

The crusade goes on in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the Middle East under the pretext of Al Qaeda and terrorism. The real agenda is oil and subjugation of Muslim lands under the cloak of neo-imperialism.

4 comments:

  1. Baiti,
    Salam. Can't access your latest posting to comment.

    Heard about Atlantis but not Lemuria. Video sounds like being brought into alien territory by a messiah. Hard to believe that humanoids dwelling under the deep sea unless they develop mermaid/fish like transformation.

    Modern day living under water could be something like in the tunnel linking GB and France. It is equipped with ventilators and other facilities.

    By the way, where could I buy the books you mentioned - Malacca: A Romance and Gedung Kuning? Don't think I've seen them in Ipoh. Thanks.

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  2. Waren er wel 8000 slachtoffers, en waren het burgerslachtoffers of waren het moslimstrijders en huurlingen van Al Qaida? Veel vragen zijn niet beantwoord en veel onduidelijkheden zijn nooit opgehelderd.De VN commissie ging het NIET om het aantal slachtoffers maar alleen om het aantal VERMISTEN! Het cijfer van 3.000 Srebrenica moslims soldaten die overleefden werd ook bevestigd door islamitische gen Enver Hadzihasanovic [ volgens de UNHCR ook] , die getuigde in Den Haag. Het aantal omgekomen moslims in Srebrenica is opzettelijk verdubbeld om de kwalificatie genocide te kunnen waarmaken. Elke moslim die stierf in Srebrenica gedurende de hele oorlog,maar ook eerder , voor de burgeroorlog in Joegoslavie zelfs begonnen ,werd genoemd als gedood in juli van 1995?!!Osman (Ibro) Halilovic (1912-1989), Hamed (Hamid) Halilovic (1940-1982),stierf een volle 13 jaar voor de Srebrenica ‘genocide’,Nurija (Smajo) Memisevic (1966-1993), Salih (Saban) Alic (1969-1992),Mujo (Hasim) Hadzic (1954-1993), Ferid (Ramo) Mustafic (1975-1993), Hajrudin (Ismet) Cvrk (1974-1992),Fetahija (Nazif) Hasanovic, 1955 – 15.12.1996, Sukrija (Amil) Smajlovic, 1946 – 2.5.1996, Maho (Suljo) Rizvanovic, 1953 – 3.1.1993, Mefail (Meho) Demirovic, 1970 – 10.5.1992, Redzic (Ahmet) Asim, 1949 – 22.4.1992,enz…Voor dat Srebrenica viel waren 5000 Bosnische moslims/Mujahedinnen gevlucht uit Srebrenica naar de stad Tuzla, onderweg veel mensen vermoord, maar hebben hun stad overgelaten aan Mladic in plaats van hun overgbleven mensen te beschermen.De Bosnisch-Servische aanval op Srebrenica was een reactie op de ''vreselijke terreur'' die de omsingelde moslims uitoefenden op de Serven in de omgeving.Zij moordden hele dorpen uit op christelijke feestdagen,ook gezien door militairen van Dutchbat.Dagelijks werden er Serven gedood.Moordenaars van de Servische kinderen, vrouwen, oude mensen zijn nooit slachtoffers!!!!Mladic verdient respect dat hij itt de moslim troepen de Bosnische vrouwen en kinderen spaarde,in vrijheid,terwijl de Servische kinderen, vrouwen, oude mannen rond Srebrenica werden gedood door monster Naser Oric en jihadstrijders[hun 1300!!].  

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  3. Phillip Corwin, former UN Civilian Affairs Coordinator in Bosnia during the 1990s, said: “What happened in Srebrenica was not a single large massacre of Muslims by Serbs, but rather a series of very bloody attacks and counterattacks over a three year period which reached a crescendo in July of 1995.”The list of 7,000-8,000 Bosnian Muslims contains the names of the individuals who have been reported missing — it is not the list of the victims of a crime, those who have allegedly lost their lives during Srebrenica takeover. If there really was a massacre -- and it seems realistic to speak about 700 victims -- then this is a war crime and the perpetrators must be held accountable. But the difference between the 700 and the commonly referred to 8,000 is not numerical -- it is political.The number of 7,000-8,000 missing Bosnian Muslims, presented to the public as the victims of a war crime, is one of the biggest lies and manipulations continually present in this part of the world!There is a world of difference, victims of the war crime are men who have been captured and executed without trial, while the victims of war are individuals who were killed during the battles, like Bosnian Muslim troops from Srebrenica column, which suffered heavy casualties after being engaged in battle with the Bosnian Serb Army.Number of the Bosnian Muslim victims inflated to justify Srebrenica genocide.

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  4. Between 1996 and 2001 a team of investigators led by Australian forensic scientist Dean Manning was employed by the ICTY to exhume graves thought to be associated with the Srebrenica massacre. The team discovered 448 blindfolds and 423 ligatures among the bodies exhumed from the gravesites. They determined that 1,785 individuals died of gunshot wounds, 169 died of probable or possible gunshot wounds, 67 died of Shrapnel wounds or blast injuries, 11 died of gunshot and blast injuries, 6 died of other causes (trauma, suffocation, etc.), and 1441 died of undetermined causes. Investigators also found shell casings among the bodies which indicates that some individuals must have been shot in or near the gravesite.The shell casings were found in the same graves where the blindfolds and ligatures were found. Those buried at the Srebrenica Memorial Complex not only were not killed in July 1995, but actually died much earlier,, even in the early 1980s – more than 10 years before the civil war in Yugoslavia even started: Fetahija (Nazif) Hasanovic, b. 1955 – d. Dec.15, 1996, Srebrenica; Sukrija (Amil) Smajlovic, b.1946 – d. May 2,1996, Zaluzje; Maho (Suljo) Rizvanovic, b.1953 – d. Jan. 3,1993, Glogova; Mefail (meho) Demirovic, b.1970 – d. May 10, 1992, Krasanovici; Redzic (Ahmet) Asim, b.1949 – d. April 22, 1992, of Osman (Ibro) Halilovic (1912-1989), Nurija (Smajo) Memisevic (1966-1993), Salih (Saban) Alic (1969-1992), Mujo (Hasim) Hadzic (1954-1993), Ferid (Ramo) Mustafic (1975-1993) and Hajrudin (Ismet) Cvrk (1974-1992)...............Hamed (Hamid) Halilovic (1940-1982), transferred from the nearby cemetery in Kazani, who apparently died a full 13 years before the Srebrenica "genocide."Several hundred soldiers as well as civilians were transferred to the Srebrenica Memorial from other cemeteries and reburied, with Muslim burial rituals.

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