These are examples to illustrate that Bosnia's centuries-long interfaith and intercultural legacy remains alive today. The fact that Bosnian Muslims, despite the genocide against them, sought justice instead of revenge and were able to cope and retain their pluralist and open attitude by relying on compassion, knowledge and inclusion should serve as an example for both Europe and the Muslim world. The prejudices and hatred today can only be overcome with compassion, learning and understanding.
Neither Here Nor There
traces a personal journey in the aftermath of the Bosnian War and the complexities of starting over in a new place when ties to the past remain unbreakable. The film follows the interwoven stories of the Selimovic family from Srebrenica, Bosnia. The family resettled in Columbia, Missouri after the fall of the former UN “safe area” during the Srebrenica genocide, where more than 8,000 Bosnians perished.
Vasic was the commander of the Zvornik police headquarters and chief of the Public Security Centre in the town in the summer of 1995, when Bosnian Serb forces killed more than 8,000 Bosniak men and boys. - See more at: http://www.justice-report.com/en/articles/bosnian-serb-mp-s-srebrenica-genocide-trial-opens#sthash.8rPiim7W.dpuf
Dabetic, 64, was on vacation at a five-star hotel in the popular summer resort city. The police did not release details on the arrest, such as when and where he arrived from. Anadolu Agency reported that Dabetic had been under police surveillance since he was first accommodated at the hotel before anti-terror units stormed the place and arrested him.
...... His caricatures are not only first-class drawings; they have a political message as well. Through them we can follow the tragic events seen through the eyes of an intellectual who has his opinions, who wants to tell us his point of view, who has a message for the world.
Press release regarding response of Canadian and United Kingdom goverments regarding offensive ethnic naming of shooting target
Unfortunately, twenty years after the Srebrenica genocide the world has not yet learned the lessons and messages from this crime.
"ACBH welcomes the decision made by the EU foreign ministers in paving the way for BiH to eventually submit a formal membership bid to the EU. The future of BiH lies in the EU and the SAA is the first step on that path. This decision should be an impetus for BiH's political leadership to carry out the necessary economic and social reforms in order to bring BiH up to EU standards," stated ACBH Executive Director, Ajla Delkic.
The Bosnian state court will begin its trial against five former Bosnian Serb police officials who allegedly participated in the Srebrenica genocide on April 2.