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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.
Tag Archives: NATO
By Jovan Kovacic Pittsburgh Post Gazette, p.A4 30 August 1997. BANJA LUKA, Bosnia-Herzegovina (Reuters) — The U.S. Bosnia envoy was headed to the Bosnian Serb hard-liners’ stronghold in Pale this morning to deliver a stern message to halt the rising … Continue reading
Manila Standard, p.16. 19 April 1993. WASHINGTON — Tougher UN sanctions against Serbia, and a ceasefire in the besieged Muslim enclave of Srebrenica, failed to halt calls on Sunday for military intervention by the United States and its European allies … Continue reading
Daily Times, p.A4 13 April 1993. SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — The desperate east Bosnian enclave of Srebrenica appealed for air evacuation of its wounded today after Serb shelling killed 56 people, including 15 children, and wounded 90.
No-fly zone: Rebel Serbs attack towns in Bosnia-Herzegovina with artillery after NATO warplanes begin Operation Deny Flight Eugene Register-Guard, p.2A,5A 13 April 1993. By Carol Williams and William Montalbano Los Angeles Times SPLIT, Croatia — As NATO warplanes took to … Continue reading
“I ask them (Bosnian Serbs) to stop their bombardments, withdraw their heavy arms surrounding Sarajevo and assure the freedom of circulation by road and by the Sarajevo airport. As long as they have not done that, we will take the … Continue reading
Portsmouth Daily Times, p.A8 2 September 1995. WASHINGTON (AP) — In two days of bombing, U.S. and allied warplanes virtually shut down Bosnian Serb air defenses and helped silence the artillery guns that had terrorized Sarajevo. But the destruction was … Continue reading
Serbs Retaliate for NATO Airstrikes Lewiston Morning Tribune, p.A1, A3. 27 May 1995. By Julijana Mojsilovic PALE, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Stung by two days of NATO airstrikes, Bosnian Serbs lashed back by seizing peacekeepers and chaining them up at targets around … Continue reading
Herald-Journal, p.A3 25 May 1995. By Michael E. Ruane Knight-Rider Newspapers WASHINGTON — The message of Thursday’s ammunition dump air strike was supposed to be clear to the Bosnian Serbs. No more fooling around. But like uncounted earlier messages, this … Continue reading
NATO Agrees to Air Strikes Against Serbs Portsmouth Daily Times, p. front, A4. 20 November 1994. BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) — Acting on a U.N. resolution, NATO decided early Sunday to extend the possible use of its airpower into sections of … Continue reading
The Union Democrat, p.4A 2 August 1993. AIR STRIKES ___________ BRUSSELS, Belgium — The United States called its NATo allies to an emergency session today, warning it is prepared to go it alone if its partners remain opposed to allowing … Continue reading
The Milwaukee Sentinel, p.A1 front and A13. 20 April 1994. WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Bill Clinton approved a new strategy of expanded air strikes to protect Bosnian Muslim enclaves Tuesday. The plan would create a new buffer around Gorazde and … Continue reading
Reading Eagle, p.A3 9 May 1995. SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — Emboldened by a weak U.N. response to their deadly mortar attack on a Sarajevo suburb, Serbs hit government positions with tanks for the first time in over a year. The … Continue reading
Caption: Child Injured – Jasmin Causevic, 11, lies on an operating table after he arrived at Kosevo hospital in Sarajevo on Tuesday. Causevic was treated for a shrapnel injury. By Aida Cerkez AP Writer, Sun-Journal, 2B. 8 May 1995. SARAJEVO, … Continue reading
Eugene Register-Guard, p.14A 24 July 1993. SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Bosnian Serbs poured shell after shell into Sarajevo on Friday, and their leader said in Belgrade that peace talks should be postponed for months because negotiating now would be pointless. “Why … Continue reading
US Planes Drop Military Rations on Besieged, Hungry City of Mostar The Milwaukee Journal, p.A4 25 August 1993. BERLIN, Germany — The US Air Force made its first airdrop of food to the besieged city of Mostar early Wednesday, expanding American … Continue reading
New Starits Times, p.18. 6 March 1993. TUZLA, Bosnia-Herzegovina — American planes parachuted more aid to eastern Bosnia today, where a fierce Serb offensive near airdrop sites has left thousands homeless and touched off new allegations of atrocities against Bosniaks.
The Mount Airy News, p.13 1 March 1993. By Terrence Petty AP Writer FRANKFURT, Germany — Air Force officials said today that the first U.S. airdrop of food and medicine into Bosnia went well, but initial reports from the ground … Continue reading
Lawrence Journal – World, p.2A 28 February 1993 ABOARD A U.S. CARGO PLANE OVER EASTERN BOSNIA – Two giant U.S. cargo planes cut their lights before dropping 1 million leaflets in awkward Serbo-Croatian telling Bosniaks that food and medicines were coming … Continue reading
U.S. Military Dropping Tons of Supplies on Bosnia Toledo Blade, p.2 1 March 1993. SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — The U.S. military launched its humanitarian relief effort in eastern Bosnia yesterday, dropping tons of food and medical supplies under cover of darkness. … Continue reading
Controllers in Sarajevo have used landmarks in the city to guide NATO aircraft to potential Serb targets… “Hopefully, the Serbs will comply and all will be well. If not, we’re ready to do the job.” – Capt. Pat Cheatham, a … Continue reading
The Victoria Advocate, p2C 12 August 1993. ROME (AP) – An American F-16 fighter jet crashed off the Croatian coast Wednesday while monitoring a flight ban over Bosnia, NATO officials reported. The pilot ejected and was rescued safely. The aircraft … Continue reading
The Bulletin 12 August 1993. ROME (AP) — An American F-16 fighter jet crashed off the Croatian coast Wednesday while monitoring a flight ban over Bosnia, NATO officials reported. The pilot ejected and was rescued safely. The aircraft experienced a … Continue reading
Star-News, p. 4A 30 August 1995. LONDON — The American pilot of a surveillance plane assigned to support NATO operations over Bosnia was killed Tuesday when the craft crashed shortly after takeoff, the U.S. Air Force said.
NATO Planes Patrol Bosnia Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, p. Front, A6. 13 April 1993. By John Daniszewski SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — NATO warplanes patrolled above an overcast Bosnia yesterday to begin enforcing a U.N. no-fly zone in the first flexing of the alliance’s … Continue reading
U.S. Navy Pilot Dies in Adriatic Wilmington Morning Star, p.4A 29 April 1994. WASHINGTON — A U.S. pilot was killed Thursday when his FA-18 fighter-bomber plunged into the Adriatic Sea shortly after being launched from a carrier for a flight … Continue reading