Institute for Research on Suffering of the Serbs in XX c.

On the territory of the Srebrenica municipality, 3287 Serbs were killed or died after horrible torture between 1992 and 1995. This is not the final figure.

How Many Serbs did Croatian Ustashe kill in Total and How Many in Jasenovac Alone?
Friday, 17 February 2017
Historian Momcilo Diklic says that we should fight for the truth and that excavating Gradina is one of the ways to find it…”It is never too late to make a list of victims. A nameless victim is not a victim,” says the director of the Veritas Documentation Centre, Savo Strbac.

BELGRADE, February 15 /SRNA/ - The internet site of the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington says that the Ustashe murdered between 77,000 and 99,000 people in Jasenovac from 1941 to 1945, and that they murdered between 320,000 and 340,000 Serbs in the area of the present Croatia and BiH, which was a part of the Croatian Ustashe Independent State of Croatia /NDH/.

It also says that more than 30,000 Croatian Jews were killed either in the NDH or in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.

When it comes to the number of victims of the Jasenovac concentration camp between its establishment in 1941 and evacuation in April 1945, the Holocaust Memorial Museum says that the Croatian authorities murdered thousands of people at Jasenovac.

Potential new EU member is jihad's Trojan horse
Tuesday, 07 February 2017
WND | World Net Daily | Published: 3 days ago
By Aleksandar Pavic

Clinton-Obama legacy in crosshairs as truth about 'freedom fighters' now revealed

Fourteen people were arrested last Friday in raids in the Austrian capital of Vienna and the city of Graz.
Prosecutors said the coordinated action, which involved 800 officers, was part of an ongoing investigation into suspected membership in the terrorist organization ISIS.

Police also reportedly raided unofficial mosques where supporters of ISIS, against which the Trump administration has declared war, may have been meeting.

Among those arrested, at least four were from the Balkan country of Bosnia-Herzegovina, a former federal unit of Yugoslavia. They are suspected of being part of the so-called Bosnian Network, run by a preacher who received a 20-year sentence in July 2016 for recruiting young fighters for ISIS.
None has been held Responsible for the Mass Murders of Serb Civilians in Skelani
Monday, 23 January 2017
SKELANI, January 16 /SRNA/ - The fact that none has been held responsible for the mass murders of Serb civilians in Skelani, near Srebrenica, in the last war, is the best indicator of the state of the BiH judiciary, said President of Republika Srpska War Veterans Organisation, Milomir Savcic.

Today, in Skelani, where a memorial service was served for 305 Serbs from this area who were murdered during the last war by Muslim forces from Srebrenica, 69 of whom were killed on this day in 1993, Savcic has pointed out that hardly a day goes by in a year without marking a suffering of Serbs in the territory of Republika Srpska.

He has noted that today marks 24 years since the crime against 69 Serbs, two-thirds of whom were civilians.

"We must not forget these victims. We need to remember their sufferings. Muslim leadership's intention to cleanse BiH of Serbs is best proved here in Skelani, because, here, they did not choose who to kill – they we killing everyone - children, women and the elderly. Children and women were killed by snipers. The BiH judiciary has never prosecuted anyone for that crime, although there are the evidence with the perpetrators’ names, the witnesses and numerous documents," Savcic said.
Pecanac testified of Horrific Tortures in Mujahideen Camp
Monday, 26 December 2016
SARAJEVO, December 21 /SRNA/ - BiH prosecution witness Nedjo Pecanac has said at the trial of the commander of the 3rd Corps of the so-called Army of BiH, Sakib Mahmuljan, that after he was taken captive, he and his comrades, members of the Republika Srpska Army, suffered horrific tortures at the hands of Mujahideen in their camp in 1995.

At the trial of Mahmuljan for crimes against imprisoned Serbian civilians and soldiers in the area of Zavidovici and Vozuca in 1995, Pecanac has said that after an attack by the Muslim Army in September 1995, Serbian soldiers were forced to withdraw from their positions through the woods, but could not remember the name of a place where they were taken captive and where they were taken afterwards.

“While we were hiding in a pit, we saw soldiers coming towards us. Some of them had beards and spoke in a foreign language. We knew they were mujahideen. They captured us and first took us to a village, and later to a mujahideen camp,” Pecanac has said.

Public Promotion of Ustasha Symbolic in Jasenovac – Humiliation of Victims
Wednesday, 07 December 2016
KOZARSKA DUBICA, December 5 /SRNA/ - The Public Institution "Memorial Zone Donja Gradina" believes that any public promotion of Ustasha symbols, which represent denial of history and humiliation of victims, is inappropriate, director of this institution Tanja Tulekovic told SRNA.

"NDH’s legal provisions legitimized ethnic cleansing of its territory and seizure of Serb and Jewish property, prohibited the use of the Cyrillic alphabet, and established the most notorious concentration camp during the Second World War, in which 700,000 innocent people - Serbs, Jews and Roma were killed in the most horrible torment," says Tulekovic.

She has noted that the revision of history is underway in Croatia in the year which marks 75th anniversary of the establishment of the Jasenovac concentration camp and the beginning of the NDH’s genocidal policy.

Apart from Basic, at least 200 persons more to be prosecuted
Tuesday, 22 November 2016
Azra Basic, suspected of war crimes against Serbs in Derventa in 1992, was extradited today from the US to the BiH Prosecutor’s Office.
BANJALUKA, November 22 /SRNA/ - President of the Republika Srpska Association of Women Victims of War, Bozica Zivkovic Rajilic, is of the opinion that the BiH judiciary, apart from Azra Basic, should have indicted and prosecuted at least 200 persons more for war crimes committed against Serbs in Derventa.

“Charging only two to five persons for war crimes against Serbs in Derventa is inappropriate, as Azra Basic did not commit the crimes alone," Rajlic told SRNA, commenting on today's extradition of Basic from US to the BiH Prosecutor's Office.

Rajilic says that the Republika Srpska Association of Women Victims of War welcomes the arrest of Azra Basic and her extradition to BiH, expressing her hope for a fair trial before the Court of BiH.