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.

CIA declassified: US, UK did not want to arrest Ante Pavelic
Wednesday, 23 April 2014
April 22, 2014 | InSerbia News

Recently declassified CIA document from the US National Archives, requested in 2000 but only produced 12 years later, establish that both the British and Americans were certain the Vatican was harboring a major Nazi war criminal, Ante Pavelic.

Ante Pavelic (14 July 1889 – 28 December 1959) was a Croatian fascist leader and politician who led the Ustase movement and who during World War II ruled the Independent State of Croatia (NDH), a puppet state of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany in part of the occupied Kingdom of Yugoslavia, pursuing genocidal policies against ethnic and racial minorities.

Seeing Germany’s collapse and aware that the Croatian army could not resist the Communists, Pavelic left Croatia on May 6 1945. The Pavelic family afterwards lived in the American Occupation Zone. Although Pavelić reported himself to American intelligence, neither they nor their British counterparts arrested him.
Dark Histories - Tony Abbott, the NDH and Australia’s Fascist Affair
Monday, 21 April 2014
April 21, 2014 | CounterPunch
Dark Histories
Tony Abbott, the NDH and Australia’s Fascist Affair

There he goes again. While the Australian prime minister fantasises of a network of free trade alliances that do far more for bigger powers than they do for Australia, Tony Abbott has been lax with the historical record. This latest play with history may be idiosyncratic, the lapse one expects from the ill-considered. Or it might well be schoolboy ignorance, eyes fluttering in the hope of keeping votes in the bag. The political universe can be a mean spirited one.

The occasion was a speech given by a representative of Abbott, Craig Kelly MP. Being in Japan, Abbott had delegated the task of congratulating members of the Australian Croatian community in Sydney on Croatian independence attained in April 10. This was more than a bit awkward, given that April 10 was the date of the establishment of the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) after the Kingdom of Yugoslavia ceased to exist under Axis rule in 1941. If ever you wanted to back some unsavoury company, you couldn’t do much better than officials and sympathisers of the NDH.

Protest to Vatican over intent to declare Alojzije Stepinac saint
Monday, 17 February 2014
Published On: Sat, Feb 15th, 2014 |  By InSerbia Team

ZAGREB – Alen Budaj, an associate of the Jerusalem-based Simon Wiesenthal Center, has said that the countries that are legal successors to the former Yugoslavia, Serbia in particular, must send a strong diplomatic protest to the Vatican over its intention declare Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac a saint.

The Vatican has officially confirmed that Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac will soon be declared a saint.

Immediately upon the entering of the Germans in Zagreb, on April 10, 1941, Stepinac supported the establishment of the Independent State of Croatia (ISC), which was declared a state by the Ustasha (Croatian fascist movement), and in 1945, he fought for the preservation of the regime headed by Ustasha leader Ante Pavelic.

Budaj believes that a protest against sanctifying Stepinac, who took part in the creation and implementation of NDH ideas during World War II, needs to be made even at the cost of breaking off diplomatic relations with the Vatican.

Sensational confession of Ibran Mustafic, Bosnian Muslim war veteran and politician:
Sunday, 02 February 2014
We were killing our own people in Srebrenica
There Must be Justice - Posted on January 23, 2014 by Grey Carter

Ibran Mustafic: Planirani haos - Photo by There Must be Justice
At least 1,000 Bosnian Muslims from Srebrenica were killed by their compatriots during the breakthrough to Tuzla in July 1995, because there were lists of those who ” have to be prevented from reaching the freedom,at any cost” said one of the founders of the SDA in Srebrenica, Ibran Mustafic .

**   Ibran Mustafic is the author of  the book “Planned chaos” whereas some of the crimes committed by soldiers of the (Muslim) Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina against Serbs  are for the first time recognized and described, as well as the permanent Western illegal arm shipment to Bosnian Muslim separatisis before and during the war, and what’s significant, even during the period when Srebrenica was demilitarized zone under UN protection.  Mustafic tells about inter Muslim clashes and general  debauchery  in the municipality which has been ruled by mafia under the Bosniak military commander, Naser Oric .  Because of the torture of ordinary people in 1994. when Oric and local authorities were selling humanitarian aid   at exorbitant prices – instead of giving it out to those in need – many Bosnians voluntarily fled Srebrenica . “Those who sought salvation through Serbia, managed to arrive at their final destination , and those who  fled towards Tuzla (ruled by Muslim army)  were persecuted “   Mustafic unveils.

Former Bosnia prison camp guard to be extradited from US to face war crimes charges
Wednesday, 18 September 2013
By Larry O'Dell, The Associated Press September 17, 2013
RICHMOND, Va. - A former Bosnian prison camp guard living in the U.S. has been certified for extradition to his native country to face war-crimes charges, pending approval by the State Department.

Almaz Nezirovic is charged with torturing Serbians at the Rabic prison camp in 1992 during the civil war in the region of the former Yugoslavia now known as Bosnia-Herzegovina. Bosnian officials charge that Nezirovic beat, humiliated and traumatized unarmed civilian prisoners.

In an opinion issued late Monday, a U.S. Magistrate judge said he found sufficient evidence supporting the allegations. He certified Nezirovic as eligible for extradition and passed the request along to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who will decide whether Nezirovic will be returned to Bosnia for trial.

"Almaz Nezirovic stands charged with horrific acts of torture by the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina," U.S. Attorney Timothy J. Heaphy said. "Today's ruling moves this matter one step closer to ultimate resolution in that country."