DID YOU KNOW?  -- Three years before the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide, Serbs torched Bosniak villages and killed at least 3,166 Bosniaks around Srebrenica. In 1993, the UN described the besieged situation in Srebrenica as a "slow-motion process of genocide." In July 1995, Serbs forcibly expelled 25,000 Bosniaks, brutally raped many women and girls, and systematically killed 8,000+ men and boys (DNA confirmed).

23 January, 2010



Bosniaks want Srebrenica and other stolen territories back under their control. Judging from the guarantees given by the Bosniak-ally Croatia, that day may come soon. New "Operation Storm" could be implemented to drive Serb forces across the River Drina if Serbs attempt to commit new genocide against the Bosniaks and/or if they attempt to destroy Bosnia-Herzegovina by creating the "Greater Serbia." Serbs must realize that Bosniak (and Croat) people are not unarmed anymore and will respond swiftly and aggressively to ongoing Serbian provocations and Serbian threats of war.

Croatia's President Stjepan (Stipe) Mesic recently offered his guarantees that if Republic of Srpska (RS) Prime Minister Milorad Dodik was to call a referendum for toppling the Dayton Agreement, Croatia would send its military to intervene immediately.

Croatia is one of guarantors of the Dayton Peace Accords which awarded Serbs huge chunks of territory previously inhabited by Bosniaks and Croats. For example, Serbs stole Srebrenica, Bratunac, Visegrad, Vlasenica, Foca, Zvornik, and many other municipalities in which Bosniaks formed pre-war ethnic majority. Serbs ethnically cleansed Bosniaks from the above mentioned municipalities. We want the stolen territories back under our control, including Srebrenica.

Serbs committed 2 genocides against Bosniaks from 1941 to 1995

In World War II, Serbs committed genocide against the Bosniak population of Bosnia-Herzegovina. For example, in just a few days of February 1943, the Serbian Chetniks under the leadership of the Nazi collaborator Draza Mihailovich committed genocide of close to
20,000 Bosniak Muslims in the Podrinje area (around Srebrenica region) - mostly women, children and elderly. Serbian Chetniks themselves admitted killing over 9,000 people in this genocidal campaign alone. Then, in early 1990's Serbs committed horrendous massacres mass scale ethnic cleansing against the Bosniak people in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The war culminated to genocide in July 1995 when Serbs forcibly expelled 30,000 and slaughtered at least 8,372 Bosniaks in Srebrenica. Enough is enough.

New Operation Storm could be modeled in Bosnia-Herzegovina

In 1995, Operation Storm lasted 84 hours and Croatia regained 10,500 km2 of its previously occupied territory. It was the largest European land offensive since World War II. A repeat of this operation would put an end to the genocidal creation called "Republic of Srpska" and the territories Serbs stole from our people could come under the control of Bosniaks and Croats, where they morally belong.

Sure, there would be international condemnations for several weeks or months, but once everything settles down - we would have our territory and our country back and who cares what the World will think after that. This very same World hoped that Serbs would eradicate Bosniaks in the 1990s, so the World imposed an arms embargo on the former Yugoslavia, preventing the Bosnian government to obtain arms and defend themselves against the powerful Yugoslav Army masquerading as the Bosnian Serb Army.

The Operation Storm could be implemented to drive Serbs across the River Drina ONLY if they attempt to commit new genocide against the Bosniaks and/or if they attempt to destroy Bosnia-Herzegovina by creating the "Greater Serbia." We cannot allow Serbs to dictate what happens in the Balkans at our expense. Hopefully, Milorad Dodik will be that stupid to call for a referendum and let the Bosniak and Croat forces free Bosnia-Herzegovina once for all.

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From Wikipedia / Operation Storm:
"After the Srebrenica Genocide, there were concerns over the recurrence of the massacre in the Bihać pocket area, where the population of Bosniaks was four times larger than in Srebrenica and which was surrounded and under attack by Bosnian Serb and Croatian Serb forces. Croatian Armed Forces, in conjunction with the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, took part in the largest land offensive..."
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