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).

02 October, 2011


COURT: Bosniak prisoners were forced to sign false confessions about rapes of Serbian women and other lies doctored by Serbian ultranationalist propagandists.
To claim that Serbs were victims of 'Bosnian Muslim' aggression in the Bosnian war is an incitement to violence and an exercise of  moral relativism. As the International Criminal Tribunal confirmed, on numerous occasions, the Serbs were systematically killing, systematically terrorizing, systematically raping and systematically persecuting Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims). To make things worse: In concentration camps like Manjaca, Omarska, Keraterm, and Trnopolje, and elsewhere, Serbs were forcing Bosniak prisoners to sign false confessions about the so called "crimes against the Serbs." Serbs needed these doctored confessions so they could falsify history and feed future generations of young Serbs with their dangerous victimhood mythology.

But, it did not work. 

For example, in Tadic's judgement (and many other judgement and testimonies) the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia at the Hague concluded that Bosniak and Croat prisoners were tortured and forced to sign coerced confessions during 'interrogations',
"Some [Bosniak and Croat] prisoners were very severely beaten during interrogation, a guard standing behind the prisoner, hitting and kicking him, often knocking him off the chair in which he sat; there were instances where prisoners knocked to the floor would be trodden and jumped on by guards and severely injured; all of this while the interrogator looked on. Treatment varied from prisoner to prisoner and seemed to depend rather more on the brutality of the individual interrogator and guards than on the behaviour of the particular prisoner. Prisoners, after their interrogation, were often made to sign false statements regarding their involvement in acts against Serbs. The calling-out of prisoners was not only for the purposes of interrogation. In the evening, groups from outside the camp would appear, would call out particular prisoners from their rooms and attack them with a variety of sticks, iron bars or lengths of heavy electric cable. Sometimes these weapons would have nails embedded in them so as to pierce the skin. On occasions knives would be used to slash a prisoner’s bod"
Asim Basic, survivor of genocide in Kotor Varos, testified that Serbs were beating him ruthlessly because he refused to sign statements that he had committed the so called "crimes against the Serbs" by raping Serb women, and other lies, read at SENSE Tribunal (use Google Translate).

By terrorizing, sniping and shelling besieged multi-ethnic Bosnian towns like Sarajevo and Tuzla, Serb Gen. Ratko Mladic is responsible for the deaths of thousands of Bosniaks, Serbs, and other residents who were opposing the ideology of "racial purity" by defending democratic and multi-ethnic values of Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

Bosniak side -- or rather, the outgunned government of the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, which was operating on about 25% of unoccupied B&H territory -- did not persecute Serbs; instead, it fought for the survival of Bosnia-Herzegovina and all of its citizens. While the government of Bosnia-Herzegovina lacked heavy artillery and ammunition for basic weaponry, the Serb side was handsomely armed by the Yugoslav Peoples Army. No wonder Serb campaign of ethnic cleansing was such a huge success. In several months of 1992, Serbs succeeded in ethnically cleansing 70 per cent of the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.