Rohingya People from Myanmar to Bangladesh Its Called Ethnic Cleansing.

Forcing Rohingyas from Myanmar to Bangladesh Its Called Ethnic Cleansing.

The prosecutor of the international criminal court has asked it to rule on whether it has jurisdiction over the deportations of Rohingya people from Myanmar to Bangladesh.

Geplaatst door Remembering Srebrenica op woensdag 25 april 2018

Great interview with British Ambassador to Bosnia-Herzegovina HE Edward Ferguson on education, investment and politics in BiH

Geplaatst door Remembering Srebrenica op zaterdag 21 april 2018

What did Karadzic confess before MICT in The Hague?

What did Karadzic confess before MICT in The Hague?

Sarajevo Times    APRIL 25, 2018 1:00 PM

The convict for war crimes and former leader of Bosnian Serbs Radovan Karadzic admitted before the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT) in The Hague that crimes were committed against Bosniaks in Srebrenica, but that he did not know anything about them and therefore he has no responsibility, just like in regard to any other crime committed during the last war in BiH.

He claimed that the Serbs in BiH were only defending themselves and that “Muslims” constantly attacked and provoked them. He also said that he did not know anything about the crimes committed in Srebrenica until the end of 2008 when he was arrested in Belgrade and detained in The Hague.

Karadzic and his defense agreed that thousands of Bosniaks were killed in Srebrenica in July 1995, after the fall of this enclave, and the prosecutor Katarina Gustafson recalled that a conservative estimate of about 5151 killed persons is one of the components of the 40-year sentence to which Karadzic was sentenced before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) for genocide.

“It is clear that I could not contact anyone to get information regarding Srebrenica,” stated Karadzic about the lack of his personal knowledge about events that took place in July 1995.

Karadzic is asking for a final verdict in which he would be acquitted of all guilt, and the prosecution is requesting for him to be found guilty of genocide in seven municipalities other than Srebrenica, and thus, a sentence to life imprisonment.

Gustafson added that Karadzic definitively had the possibility to choose: to work on the realization of a joint criminal enterprise or to give up on it, and it is clear what was his choice. Therefore, it must be confirmed that he did not just passively watch the committed crimes.

“Karadzic and his associates knew that they will have to spill blood in order to achieve their goals, and they still decided to proceed with their activities,” said Gustafson.

(Source: fokus.ba)

 

Former ICTY President visited Museum of Crimes and Genocide in Sarajevo

APRIL 18, 2018 10:00 AM
Former ICTY President visited Museum of Crimes and Genocide in Sarajevo

Former President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the President of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT) Judge Theodor Meron visited the Museum of Crimes against Humanity and Genocide 1992-1995 in Sarajevo. President of the Association of Detainees of BiH Jasmin Meskovic presented museum material […]

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Bosnian Ida SeferRoche dedicated her Life to spreading the Truth about Crimes and Genocide in BiH

APRIL 4, 2018 11:00 AM
Bosnian Ida SeferRoche dedicated her Life to spreading the Truth about Crimes and Genocide in BiH

Ida SeferRoche was born in the town of Bosanski Novi, but she lives and works in the USA for 20 years. She founded the Bosnian American Genocide Institute (BAGI), within which she teaches children and young people about genocide that happened in BiH, as well as other forms of crimes […]

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Bosnian Students spend their Holidays volunteering at the Museum of Genocide

JANUARY 27, 2018 1:15 PM
Bosnian Students spend their Holidays volunteering at the Museum of Genocide

While their peers are spending their free time on skiing, or on holidays abroad, the students of the fourth grade of the First Bosniak Gymnasium: Amina Ibisevic, Amra Kitovnica, Esma Djulovic, Nedzmija Camdzic, Amna Omerovic, Medzida Hidic, as well as from the Fifth Gymnasium Nejla Emso, Hana Suljevic, Adna Kurspahic, […]

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Foreign Secretary welcomes Ratko Mladić’s conviction for Srebrenica Genocide

NOVEMBER 24, 2017 2:00 PM
Foreign Secretary welcomes Ratko Mladić’s conviction  for Srebrenica Genocide

Former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladić has been convicted for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. The United Kingdom strongly supports the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and welcomes its decision to sentence former Bosnian Serb Commander Ratko Mladić to life imprisonment as a consequence of […]

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The Court in The Hague confirmed Genocide in Srebrenica in the Case against Mladic as well?

NOVEMBER 22, 2017 1:15 PM
The Court in The Hague confirmed Genocide in Srebrenica in the Case against Mladic as well?

The Trial Chamber of Hague Tribunal found that the physical perpetrators had the intention to commit criminal offenses of genocide, persecution, extermination, and murder, as well as the inhumane act of forcible expel, over Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica. This means that genocide in Srebrenica was confirmed again in this case. […]

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Belgian Fans paid Tribute to Victims of Srebrenica Genocide

OCTOBER 8, 2017 10:00 AM
Belgian Fans paid Tribute to Victims of Srebrenica Genocide

The National football team of BiH yesterday played a qualifying match for the World Cup 2018 in Russia against the National team of Belgium at the Grbavica Stadium. A group of Belgian fans yesterday arrived in BiH and decided to visit the Memorial Center in Potocari. According to Azir Muminovic, […]

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US President Trump to abolish the Office that has persecuted the Perpetrators of Genocide in BiH?

JULY 19, 2017 10:00 AM
US President Trump to abolish the Office that has persecuted the Perpetrators of Genocide in BiH?

US President Donald Trump closed an office at the State Department which investigated war crimes and prevention of genocide, as reported by The Foreign Policy. The Office of Global Criminal Justice was established back in 1997 by the former US President Bill Clinton and it worked on the investigation of […]

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Synagogues in the UK marked the 22nd anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide

JULY 18, 2017 4:00 PM
Synagogues in the UK marked the 22nd anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide

Synagogues in the United Kingdom (UK) marked the 22nd anniversary of the memory of the victims of the genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995, is reported by the British organization “Remembering Srebrenica”. The British organization “Remembering Srebrenica” aims to keep the public in the United Kingdom as well as in […]

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Thousands of Coffee Cups in Chicago to remember Srebrenica Genocide

JULY 13, 2017 1:00 PM
Thousands of Coffee Cups in Chicago to remember Srebrenica Genocide

Thousands of traditional Bosnian coffee cups were placed on the square in Chicago on July 11th to commemorate the victims of genocide in Srebrenica. This form of exhibition is the work of an artist, a Bosnian, Aida Sehovic and her team of volunteers. In the last 12 years, the exhibitions, […]

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Who are the Convicts for Genocide in Srebrenica?

JULY 12, 2017 8:30 AM
Who are the Convicts for Genocide in Srebrenica?

A total of 38 former members of the Army and Police of the RS were sentenced to more than 600 years in prison and three life imprisonments, for genocide and other crimes committed in Srebrenica. Many of them returned to their lives after serving their sentences – some in Srebrenica […]

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