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At least 8.504 Serbs were killed in Sarajevo between 1992 and 1995. This is the number of victims with known names, surnames, dates of birth and death, plus 856 who are missing. These are not the final figures.

 

The Balkans ISIS Training Grounds
Friday, 23 September 2016
By Dr. Gordon N  Bardos
American Center for Democracy
Friday, September 16th, 2016 @ 5:53PM


The individuals involved with the January and the November 2015 attacks in Paris, the June 2016 attack at Atatűrk International Airport in Istanbul, and the July 2016 Ansbach suicide-bombing in Germany had one thing in common; all spent time in or transited through the Balkans in the preceding period.

None of this is surprising. Already in May 2007, an American observer of Balkan Islam had noted that “a visitor to Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, and Macedonia encountered unmistakable evidence that extremist intruders are opening a Balkan front in the global jihad.”  In January 2010 Israeli officials warned that the Balkan region “is global jihad’s next destination for creating an infrastructure and recruiting activists.”

Consequently, as intelligence and security services grapple with the ISIS threat, a key challenge will be dealing with ISIS’s Balkan networks. One aspect of this problem that has already received considerable attention is the large numbers of foreign fighters originating in the region; according to a number of studies, Bosnia and Kosovo provide more jihad volunteers per capita than any other countries in Europe.

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Dukic: More than 70 Serb Civilians killed in Viktor Bubanj Barracks, Prison Camp
Wednesday, 21 September 2016
BANJALUKA, September 20 /SRNA/ - President of the Association of Prison Camp Detainees of Republika Srpska, Branislav Dukic, has stated that more than 70 Serb civilians, of whom 40 are still missing, were killed in Viktor Bubanj Barracks, a prison camp.

Commenting on the beginning of the exhumation of the human remains that were found in the complex of the Court and Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Viktor Bubanj Barracks, which used to be a prison camp for Serbs during the war, Dukic told SRNA that out of 70 persons killed, the remains of 30 Serb civilians were exhumed in Kazani site.

Dukic says that the Association of Prison Camp Detainees of Republika Srpska has information that more than 5,000 persons, mostly Serb civilians, passed through Viktor Bubanj Barracks.


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Sehic: Mujahideen trained Members of the so-called Army of BIH prior to FARZ 95 Operation
Wednesday, 07 September 2016
SARAJEVO, September 7 /SRNA/ - The former commander of the 5th Battalion of the 328th Mountainous Brigade of the so-called Army of BiH, Ahmet Sehic, said that the El Mujaheed Division in July 1995 trained about 100 members of this Battalion, after which a military offensive called “Farz” against Vozuca was carried out.

“They provided both physical and religious training since they considered that people here do not practice religion in a proper way,” said Sehic, testifying at the trial of the former commander of the 3rd Corps of the so-called Army of BiH, Sakib Mahmuljan, for crimes against imprisoned Serbian civilians and soldiers in the area of Zavidovicic and Vozuca in 1995.

He said that the El Mujaheed unit kidnapped about 60 prisoners of war, members of the Republika Srpska Army, on September 11, 1995, in the village of Kesten.

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Ivanisevic: Bosniak Casualties in Srebrenica is a Shaim
Saturday, 27 August 2016
 Milivoje Ivanisevic Photo: PressRS.ba
BELGRADE, August 27 /SRNA/ - Milivoje Ivanisevic, the director of the Institute for Research on Suffering of the Serbs in XX century, says he will soon publicly present the documents proving and confirming that the Bosniak truth about Srebrenica is a big sham, a farce and a forgery and that the actual victims in the area are the Podrinje /Drina Valley/ Serbs.

He told Srna that all attempts by the Serbian side to describe to the UN Security Council the suffering of the Serbs in the central Podrinje area had failed because in the July of 1993 the Council was represented by Madeleine Albright and Kofi Annan.

“I’ve been told by our professor Nikola Moravcevic that everything that had come from the UN about the Serbian casualties had been removed from the agenda and never had a single document reached a meeting of the UN Security Council because of their doing,” Ivanisevic said.

In such a manner was then archived an official document of the Government of Yugoslavia signed by Dobrica Cosic, containing a full list of the Serbs killed in Podrinje in 1992 and 1993, therefore, long before the killing of the Bosniaks in the area, Ivanisevic emphasised.

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Sakoc: Trial Opens for Capljina Crimes
Monday, 06 June 2016
BIRN BiH | 3 June 2016
Former HVO member Edin Sakoc faces charges of sexual abuse and participation in murders in the Capljina area of Bosnia.

The trial of Edin Sakoc, a former member of the Croatian Defence Council, HVO, charged with committing crimes against civilian population in the Capljina area, began with the reading of the indictment and presentation of introductory statements.

The indictment charges Sakoc on two counts with having committed sexual abuse and with having participated in the murder of two Serbs.

According to the charges, on July 9, 1992, Sakoc raped “C.T”, whom he had previously taken away from Misko Djuraskovic’s home in Pocitelj, in the municipality of Capljina.

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Defence: General Mladic's Right to a Fair Trial violated
Wednesday, 17 August 2016
BELGRADE, August 17 /SRNA/ - The defence of Gen. Ratko Mladic before the ICTY today filed a motion saying that the presentation of defence evidence has not been completed and that by bringing a decision to close the presentation of evidence, the court has violated Mladic’s right to a fair trial.

Defence lawyer Branko Lukic told SRNA that the defence had stated on a number of occasions that they were opposed to the closing of the presentation of evidence since conditions for it had not been met.

“We think that our presentation of evidence has not been completed since conditions have not been met for it to be completed. We did not bring all witnesses to the stand and all decisions on evidence that should be brought have not been brought,” Lukic said.

According to him, the Prosecution did not want to close the case before decisions on their requests were made.

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