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Press of the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada
AN INSULT TO THE VICTIMS OF GENOCIDE
Considering the decision of the Judicial Council of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on the acquittal of the war criminal Radovan Karadzic of charges on the execution of the crime of genocide in the municipalities of Bratunac, Foca, Kljuc, Prijedor, Sanski Most, Vlasenica and Zvornik, it is an insult to the victims of genocide and aggression against the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and its citizens. The Institute for Research of Genocide Canada would like to direct Mr. Oh-Gon Kwon to various sources of relevant international relevance which indicate that there was an aggression on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Furthermore crimes against peace and security of its citizens were committed. Under international humanitarian law the situation between 1992 to 1995 is defined as an international armed conflict on an independent and universally recognized Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina in which an attack on the civilian population took place and it amounted to the worst crime - the crime of genocide.
Bearing in mind the intense contestation of crimes of aggression against the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and genocide against its citizens, which could have negative implications both for peace and reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and for justice and truth about the atrocities in the world in general, the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada began publishing the series titled: "Do not forget", that on the basis of academic research informs the public internationally about the crimes of genocide that occurred in the 15 cities under siege in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Given the heightened existential threat of the Bosniak people, embodied in the systematic denial of the crime of aggression and genocide, it has become necessary to establish a special formation of the International Task Force for the Prevention of Genocide in the composition of an expert team within the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada. Work on this extremely important task is in the completion stage. Operational Group for the Prevention of Genocide will exclusively focus on the public nature and character of persecution of Bosniaks in the period 1992 to 1995 that resulted in genocide in Srebrenica. Other territories that experienced similar crimes and were exposed to direct political control of Radovana Karadzic's regime and his government will also be focused on. Operational Group for prevention of genocide will prove that the Serbian military and the police force played an important part in the systematic policy led by Karadizic that result in aggression and genocide and helped create Repubilika Srpska. This was the entity that was later declared a close partner of the Dayton Peace Agreement, and as such became a safe haven its predecessors since the time of war.
The facts will show that the intentions and actions of the Serbian leadership will have to be convicted and punished by law, and that deep and lasting injury committed against Bosniaks throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina to be called by their real name, genocide. The Institute for Research of Genocide Canada will not allow the perpetrators of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina to be rewarded. We must not leave our children in fear of re-genocide.
There are countless documents that have been sent on behalf of victims of aggression and genocide, to the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina and its citizens, which is in most cases done by Bosniaks from the Diaspora. The Institute for Research of Genocide Canada invites Bosnian politicians to convert all international documents into requests for annulment of results regarding the aggression and genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including genocide, We refuse to stand by and watch the continuation of a genocidal entity to continue the path toward legalization of the genocide in Bosnia. I do not agree on the division of state property, or the ethnic census, which supports genocide.
Professor Emir Ramic
Director of the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada