On the heels of the commemoration of the genocide at Srebrenica, an appeals court in Serbia halted the first ever war crimes trial.
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Boredom Will Do
Part 6 of 6: Umar Lee on his friendship with Ismail Royer, caught-up in the post-9/11 hysteria.
History Today: The Nazis Failed To Make Muslim Allies In World War II
History Today highlights the often futile and the failed attempts by Hitler’s Nazi state to turn Muslims into allies during World War II.
Families Suspect Hate Crime After Muslim Cemetery Vandalized
Muslim headstones targeted by vandals.
Muslim Woman Covers the Yellow Star of Her Jewish Neighbor with Her Veil on the Streets of Sarajevo in 1941
The Jewish family was staying with the Muslim family after their home was destroyed.
Bosnians Rebury Srebrenica Genocide Victims
On the 18th anniversary of the Serbrenica genocide, tens of thousands have gathered to bury newly identified victims of the slaughter.
Pamela Geller: Defender of Radovan Karadzic
Geller attempts to lie, lie, lie in order to cover up her insane frothings.
Serbian Orthodox Priest raped, and forcefully baptized 16 year old Bosnian Muslim girl
According to Jusuf Trbić, “For us Bosniaks, Bishop Kačavenda embodies all the rottenness from the past 20 years”
If Muslims Stop Drinking Will They Become Violent?
Haroon Moghul on the Washington Post recycling assumptions about Islam.
Muslim Mayor’s Victory Highlights the Inner Contradictions of Europe
A new woman mayor in Bosnia who is the first in her country and the continent to wear the hijab headscarf, said on Tuesday her election was “a model for Europe and Islam.”
Members of Greece’s Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn Party Took Part in Srebrenica Genocide
The Greek neo-Nazi party, The Golden Dawn has won 7% of the vote in Greece.
Ratko Mladic on Trial For Genocide that Islamophobes Love to Deny
The trial of General Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb army chief accused of orchestrating war crimes and a campaign of genocide, has begun at a special UN court at The Hague in the Netherlands.
Bosnian Bailout: War Vets Send Cash to Former Foes
Just as Slavko Rasevic was about to tell his 17-year-old daughter she’d have to drop out of school, he got a bit of unexpected news. The men he used to fight against were sending him part of their pensions.