FACEBOOK SHUTS DOWN SREBRENICA GENOCIDE DENIAL HATE GROUP
A Serbian extremist behind Srebrenica genocide denial hate-group has also been actively advocating eradication of Jewish people, just because they happen to be Jews. The group called for a repeat of Srebrenica genocide and claimed it was "for everyone who thinks that Muslims are best served roasted, and swimming in sulfuric acid."
Over 1,000 supporters joined this extremist group, which claimed it was only "for all those that are against foreign Islam, for all those who are against Muslim fundamentalists and Mujahideen, for everyone who respects the work of General Mladic, and for everyone who thinks that Muslims are best served roasted, and swimming in sulfuric acid."
Facebook's Srebrenica genocide denial group was administered by Filip Filipi (aka: Filip Visnjic), who is a part-time rapper known as Sizzerb and a self-admitted founder of Anti-semitic web site "Serbian Anti-Defamation League" which happens to be identical to Boris Pribich's "Serbian Defense League." Both web sites advocate erradication of Jewish people just because they happen to be Jews. Filip Filipi (aka: Filip Visnjic) also runs another Facebook group with nearly 4,000 members in support of a violent Serbian fugitive Miladin Kovacevic. The group accuses Jews of the so called "one-sided, Zionistic reporting." Earlier this year, Kovacevic beat down Jewish student, Bryan Steinhauer, into a coma, and then fled to Serbia.
Two Bosniaks from Serbia, Azrudin Pecanin and Enes Hamzagic, demanded Facebook to shut down the Serbian extremist hate group and responded by creating their own anti- Srebrenica genocide denial group known as "Close Group Noz Zica Srebrenica." The group is supported by approximately 19,000 members opposing Bosniakophobia and Srebrenica genocide denial.
"Administrator, we ask you to close the group 'Noz, Zica, Srebrenica', which glorifies the acts of genocide that took place in Srebrenica, where 8,000 men and boys were murdered," read the Bosnian group header on Facebook. "Furthermore, this group propagates hatred to all Muslims according to its description" it said. Bosniaks, who are of Muslim faith, account for nearly half of the population of Bosnia, which they share with Roman Catholic Bosnian Croats and Orthodox Christian Bosnian Serbs.