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).

03 September, 2010


Today, survivors of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre expelled former U.N. commander from the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial in Potocari. During the war, Philippe Morillon was heavily biased and pro-Serb oriented. Women of Srebrenica stated they consider him accomplice to genocide. (The following video clip is courtesy of Bosnia-Herzegovina's Federal TV)

"I will never abandon you."

In 1993, Srebrenica residents prevented Morillon from leaving Srebrenica for two days during a visit in which he promised: "I will never abandon you."

Instead of protecting the victims from Serbian attacks, he spent most of his time in Srebrenica with indicted Serb war criminal - Gen. Ratko Mladic - listening to his endless diatribes and lies about Naser Oric and other honorable defenders of Srebrenica.

Morillon testified at the Hague that Gen. Mladic brought him to see graveyards of Serbian Chetniks who died around Srebrenica. Morillon suggested victims of genocide should be blamed for the massacre because they defended themselves from heavily armed Serbian terrorists stationed in villages around Srebrenica.

However, during his stay in war-time Srebrenica, Morillon never bothered to visit war-time graveyards belonging to thousands of Bosnian Muslims killed around Srebrenica and adjoining municipalities in 1992 and 1993, few years before the genocide. Serbian extremists, with the help of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army - torched hundreds of Bosnian Muslim villages around Srebrenica and adjoining municipalities in the first weeks of the Bosnian war.

Naser Oric had every right to defend the enclave with whatever weapons he had under his control. Before Serbian-led ethnic cleansing campaign of Bosnia-Herzegovina, area around Srebrenica was predominantly Bosnian Muslim region and Serbian extremists had no business coming here for the purpose of terrorizing Bosniak population in 1992, three years before the genocide.

"He did not have the right to enter the cemetery where our children were buried thanks to him," said Hatidza Mehmedovic, who in July buried the exhumed remains of her husband and two sons killed in the massacre.

Visibly upset by angry survivors, Morillon said he had been "glad to have some time (...) to pray."

"Since I am a believer, a Christian... I prayed to ask for a pardon," he said.

EDITORIAL NOTE: Yes, we know that you're a Christian since you collaborated with genocidal Serbs and defended their position at all times.
Now, Get Out and Don't Come Back! You've already done irreparable damage to the Bosniak people.