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On the territory of the Srebrenica municipality, 3,287 Serbs were killed or died after horrible torture between 1992 and 1995. This is not the final figure.
 
 
 

Hiding Report on Massacre against 1,000 Serbs is The Second Grave Offense of The UN
Thursday, 18 October 2018
Milivoje Bata Ivanisevic Photo: Press.ba
BELGRADE, October 17 /SRNA/ - The hiding of a report on the massacre of around 1,000 Serbs in the Central Podrinje that was committed in the period from April 6, 1992 to April 6,1993, is the second grave offense the UN committed against Serbs, the author of the report, Milivoje Ivanisevic, has told SRNA.

He has said that the report, which CIA hid, has been in the UN since 1995.

“They hid the document and it has never been discussed, and in 1998, they adopted a report on Srebrenica which besmirched the Serbian people,” said Ivanisevic, who is also the director of the Institute for Research on Sufferings of Serbs in the 20th Century.

He has said that it is terrible that at the time the UN adopted the report in which Serbs were described as criminals worst even than the Nazis, the report on Serbian victims in the Podrinje has already been in the UN, but was hidden, and we probably would not have known about it had it not been for peace activist from Boston Gerard Israel.
 
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Indictment issued against Atif Dudakovic
Thursday, 11 October 2018
SARAJEVO, October 11 /SRNA/ - The BiH Prosecutor's Office has issued an indictment against General Atif Dudakovic and 16 other commanders and members of the Fifth Corps of the so-called BiH Army for crimes committed against Serb civilians and prisoners of war in the Krajina region.

The indictees are charged with crimes against humanity involving the killing of more than 300 Serbs, persecution and abuse of civilians and prisoners of war, as well as the destruction of 38 orthodox churches and religious facilities, the Prosecutor’s Office has announced.

The Accused are Atif Dudakovic, Ekrem Dedic, Sanel Sabic, Ibrahim Siljedic AKA Siljo, Safet Salihagic, Adis Zjakic, Hasan Ruznic, Redzep Zlojic, Samir Solakovic, Fatmir Muratovic, Muharem Alesevic, Husein Balagic, Ale Hodzic AKA Pumparica, Edin Domazet, Ejub Kozenjic AKA Ejko and Sesirdzija, Ibrahim Nadarevic and Said Mujic.
 
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Strbac: Indictment against Dudakovic for Crimes against Sebs in The Storm Opperation
Tuesday, 16 October 2018
BANJALUKA, October 15 /SRNA/ - Head of the Veritas Documentation and Information Centre, Savo Strbac, expects the BiH Prosecutor's Office to issue indictment for command responsibility against war commander of the 5th Corps of the so-called BiH Army, Atif Dudakovic, for war crimes committed against several hundred Serbs during the Storm Operation in 1995.

"We are convinced that an investigation is being conducted against Dudakovic for these crimes and that, in the end, a unique indictment will be composed. Under command responsibility, Atif Dudakovic was a superior to a former member of the 5th Corps of the so-called BiH Army, Sefik Alic, sentenced by the Court of BiH to eight years in prison for war a crime against four captured members of the Srpska Krajina Army," Strbac told SRNA.

He says that Veritas is seeking compensation for the families of the Serbs killed from Croatia on the basis of the BiH Court’s ruling in Sefik Alic case under the Split Agreement, signed on July 22, 1995 by the then Croatian President Franjo Tudjman and the president of the so-called Republic of BiH, Alija Izetbegovic.

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Book Sarajevo Dossier contains Names of 7,428 Serbs killed in Sarajevo
Saturday, 09 June 2018
Milivoje Ivanišević Foto: SRNA
PALE, June 9 /SRNA/ - The book titled "The Sarajevo Dossier" by author Milivoje Ivanisevic, which contains 7,428 names of Serb war victims in Sarajevo, the names of their executers, as well as testimonies of 80 persons on how they were tortured, raped and inquired, has been presented at the Faculty of Philosophy in Pale.

Ivanisevic, who is also the head of the Institute for Research on Suffering of the Serbs in the 20th Century, told reporters last night that it took him long time to work on the book and collect the documents on the suffering of Serbs as the material is based on authentic documents that deserve special attention.

"As many as 85 percent of Serbs were killed in their villages. By analyzing, I found out that Muslim soldiers were mostly killed during the attacks on Serb villages, where the Serbs had to defend themselves," Ivanisevic has said.
 
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Report against Haris Silajdzic for War Crimes
Friday, 07 September 2018
TREBINJE, September 6 /SRNA/ - The Trebinje Police Administration has forwarded to the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH a report against Haris Silajdzic on suspicion that he, as a high-ranking official of the so-called Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, committed a war crime against civilian population and a war crime against humanity in the area of Konjic Municipality in the period 1992-1995, SRNA has learned.

According to SRNA’s unofficial information, Silajdzic is suspected of making decisions on founding prison camps in the areas of Konjic, Celebici, Musala and Bradina in the capacity of the foreign minister, and later, until the end of 1995, in the capacity of the prime minister of the so-called Government of BiH.

Several hundred Serbian civilians were illegally held in these prison camps where 32 were killed and several dozen women were raped, which confirms that Silajdzic, while holding the highest offices in the executive government, knew about and approved the existence and operations of these prison camps where war crimes were committed and that he appointed prison wardens /Ethem Zilic in Musala/, says the report.
 
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Why are Bosniaks afraid of Report Revision?
Saturday, 18 August 2018
If the Bosniak claims and the narrative about the nature of the war in BiH which they have been imposing for decades are true, then how come there is so much fear from the revision of the Srebrenica Report? If all that is true, then there is no reason for fear or panic.

SREBRENICA, August 16 /SRNA/ - A decision by the National Assembly of Republika Srpska to annul the disputed 2004 Report on Srebrenica and conduct a new research has flared hatred and intolerance in the Sarajevo media.

The intention to form an international commission for a professional and objective research and establishment of the truth about all the suffering in the municipality seen there from 1992 until 1995 is fiercely criticised and has triggered a strong reaction from Bosniak politicians and even more so from pro-Muslim media in the Federation of BiH.
 
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