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( 1 ) PROTIV mržnje, predrasuda ili bilo koje vrste nasilja:
( 2 ) PROTIV etnički mješanih brakova, jer vode ASIMILACIJI budućih pokoljenja naše djece iz tih brakova u druge etničke grupe, a BiH NEMOŽE OPSTATI bez Bošnjaka;
( 3 ) PROTIV rasipanja Bošnjaka na "Bosance", "Hercegovce" i "Muslimane," jer takvo izjašnjavanje vodi ka procentualnom smanjenju zastupljenosti Bošnjaka u opštinama i gubljenju teritorija koje smo krvlju odbranili u ratu 1992-95. Mi smo Bošnjaci;
( 4 ) PROTIV zaborava genocida nad Bošnjacima 92-95 i 41-45;
( 5 ) ZA afirmaciju bošnjačkog identiteta i bosanskog jezika;
( 6 ) ZA njegovanje običaja, kulture i historije Bošnjaka;
( 7 ) ZA jak i jedinstven bošnjački narod;
( 8 ) ZA povrat teritorija koje su Srbi oteli Bošnjacima u istočnoj Bosni.
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Bosnian Genocide was the brutal campaign of ethnic cleansing — in which one million Bosniaks were displaced; half a million permanently removed from their ancestral land, and 65,000 to 75,000 Bosniak civilians and poorly armed defenders killed during the 1992-95 international conflict that took place on a territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Bosnian Genocide was characterized by the policy of systematic rapes of Bosniak women and girls, horrific and prolonged siege and shelling of Bosniak cities, starvation and terrorization of Bosniak population in the besieged enclaves and targeted destruction of Bosniak culture and history.It is clear who the aggressor and who the victim was; To put things into perspective: During the war, not even one Serb city was under the siege by Bosniak forces; in fact, majority of Serb civilian casualties were killed by the Serbian army commanded by Gen. Ratko Mladic in the process of sniping and shelling multiethnic Bosnian cities like Sarajevo and Tuzla. Serb people and Serb culture were not deliberately targeted for ethnic cleansing, rape, siege, shelling, and destruction in Bosnia; it was the Serb project of "Greater Serbia", modeled on a Nazi policy of ethnic purification, that inflicted tremendous suffering on the Bosniak people between 1992 and 1995.Presently, there are four legal judgements in which genocide was proven to have happened in Bosnia, other than Srebrenica, READ MORE...
We made a conscious decision to use the term Bosniaks in places where western authors and media (Reuters, Associated Press, etc.) incorrectly referred to our people as Bosnian Muslims.
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By AIDA CERKEZ (AP) PRIJEDOR, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA — There were days when she prayed for a bullet to end her suffering. When she thought she was dying of a heart attack, she whispered “Thank you God.” A young judge, Nusreta Sivac … Continue reading
Witness: Serb army reduced the number of killed Bosniaks in the attack on Kozarac ten times. The Institute for War Crimes in Sarajevo had established that 2,000 Bosniak civilians were killed in the wider region around Kozarac, of which 800 … Continue reading
The Trnopolje concentration camp was established by Bosnian Serb military and police authorities in the village of Trnopolje near the city of Prijedor in northern Bosnia and Herzegovina in the first months of the Bosnian Genocide. The camp kept a … Continue reading
Approximately 2000 Bosniaks were killed or missing in connection with the atrocities and at Manjaca concentration camp. The camp was founded by the Yugoslav National Army (JNA) and the Bosnian Serb authorities and was surrounded by barbed wire and explosives (mines) … Continue reading
The Omarska was another Serb-run concentration camp near Prijedor, one of seven municipalities where genocide had taken place between 1992-1995 Bosnian war, according to the International Criminal Tribunal at the Hague. Thousands of Bosniak civilians were detained, tortured, raped, and … Continue reading
Bosnian Genocide has legal backing: In Prosecutor v Slobodan Milosevic, the International Criminal Tribunal rejected “motion for judgment of acquittal” and concluded that Genocide occurred in seven Bosnian municipalities, including Prijedor where Keraterm concentration camp was located. On 16 June … Continue reading
According to Dr. Marko Hoare, who worked for the International Criminal Tribunal as a researcher, decision to acquit Radovan Karadzic on 1 count of genocide is contradictory, because earlier decision in Milosevic trial proved genocide occurred in 7 Bosnian municipalities. … Continue reading
On 31 May 1992, the Bosnian Serb authorities in Prijedor, a town in north western Bosnia and Herzegovina, issued a decree for all non-Serbs to mark their houses with white flags or sheets and to wear a white armband if … Continue reading
A Bosniak girl stands in front of a monument with the names of 1,226 victims of the Prijedor Genocide killed in the summer of 1992 at the beginning of the Bosnian war, during a ceremony to mark the 19th anniversary … Continue reading
By Peter W. Van Arsdale Today there are few visible signs that one of the world’s most ominous post-World War II concentration camps once existed in the hills east of Prijedor. A mid-sized industrial town, Prijedor is located in the … Continue reading
Serb Torture Center Depicted Toledo Blade, p.2 25 May 1996. THE HAGUE (AP) — A Bosniak described yesterday how he pleaded with a Serb interrogators for a dignified death after seeing another prisoner’s brains splattered across a cell wall. Mevludin … Continue reading