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).

24 May, 2010


PHOTO: Nebojsa Malic on Russian TV Channel "Russia Today." Mr. Malic recently claimed that the Srebrenica Genocide Blog is obsessed with him.

Serbian writer Nebojsa Malic - who passes himself as a 'journalist' and denies the Srebrenica genocide all over the internet - recently claimed that our blog cheered the murder of a genocide convict Radislav Krstic. He also claimed, on his blog "Gray Falcon", that we are obsessed with him. Let me quote his words of 'wisdom', since he is rather a funny character (and I am guilty of occasionally reading his articles for the purpose of a good laugh, since everything he ever said about Srebrenica was either deliberately misinterpreted or a bold faced lie):

"I don't actually check the 'Srebrenica Genocide Blog' [well, obviously you do]; they are obsessed with me [oh really? wow.], not vice versa. But while doing some research on the attempted slaughter of General Krstic from the other day, I found this interesting result on Google:

Yes, initially we thought that a serial killer, a mass murdered, and a genocide convict Radislav Krstic was dead, so we cheered his departure to hell. Later we deleted the post, since the media gave conflicting accounts of what happened to this monster in prison. Then we published a more accurate version of this attack, which can be found here.

The bottom line: The Srebrenica Genocide Blog is a pro-victim blog. We despise mass murderers and genocide convicts. However, this blog has nothing against the Serbian people in general. For example, we would never deny that what happened in Jasenovac in World War II was genocide. According to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, which is a highly reputable institution,

"The most reliable figures place the number of Serbs killed by the Ustasha between 330,000 and 390,000, with 45,000 to 52,000 Serbs murdered in Jasenovac" [not 700,000 as propagated by genocide denier Nebojsa Malic]

As a side note, Serbs in World War II also committed a genocide over the Bosnian Muslim population of eastern Bosnia and Sanjak. In his briefing to the Serb General Draza Mihailovich, the Chetnik Commander Pavle Djurisic admitted that in their latest operation:

"All Moslem villages in three mentioned locations [municipalities of Pljevlje, Cajnice, and Foca] were burned down, and not even one home remained intact.... During military operations, we engaged in total destruction of Moslem population without regard to their sex or age. Our victims include 22 dead, of which 2 by accident, and 32 wounded. We killed about 1,200 Muslim soldiers and about 8,000 of their women, elderly and children. "

Now, while the Serbian Chetniks admited killing 9,200 people in this genocide, the documented killings show close to 20,000 Bosniaks massacred, 98% of them being civilian men, women, children, and elderly. (See: "Srpski zlocini nad Bosnjacima Muslimanima 1941. - 1945." by Semso Tucakovic).

With respect to the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide, we have extensive DNA evidence which supports the figure of 8,100 Bosniaks
killed by Serb forces in July 1995, including a multitude of other evidence proving - without any doubt - that what happened in Srebrenica was genocide. Evidence from exhumations, demographic experts, intercepted communications, documents, victim testimony and perpetrator testimony led the Trial Chamber - in Radislav Krstic case - to the following irrefutable conclusions: that Bosnian Serb forces killed between 7,000 and 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys in July 1995; that the victims were either civilians or prisoners of war; that the massacre and the subsequent cover-up operation were planned and well-organised; and that it was an act of genocide. Other victims of the Srebrenica Genocide included women and children who were expelled - in a campaign of ethnic cleansing - from the enclave, with many women brutally raped.

We have no pitty for Gen. Radislav Krstic's fate in prison. In July 1995, the Army of Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina's intelligence units intercepted Krstic ordering the killings of Srebrenica men and boys. In the intercept, Krstic stated that "Single one must not be left alive!". Krstic's instructions to his troops echoed the order that Radovan Karadzic gave to Miroslav Deronjic, "Miroslav, they must all be killed... All and every one you find there." Here is the excerpt from the Krstic intercept:

General Krstic: Are you working down there? [executing men and boys]

Major Obrenovic: Of course we're working.

General Krstic: Good.

Major Obrenovic: We've managed to catch a few more, either by gunpoint or in mines.

General Krstic: Kill them all, God damn it!

Major Obrenovic: Everything is going according to a plan.

General Krstic: Single one must not be left alive.

Major Obrenovic: Everything is going according to a plan. Everything.

General Krstic: Way to go, chief. The Turks are probably listening to us. Let them listen, the mother-f-----s. (Turks is a derrogative name for Bosnian Muslims)