Raised with stories of the heroism of her father, a human rights activist murdered in World War II, when war came again to Stolac, Fadila followed in his footsteps, courageously saving her Serb neighbours from the Croat soldiers.
This account is provided by a Survivor who wishes to remain anonymous. What was experienced in Bosnia during 1992-1995 is something that I hope will never happen again and that is why I share my story with you. I want to share what happened to me so that I can help educate people on what […]
On today’s date in 1992, over 124 Bosniak Muslims were massacred at Hrastova Glavica near Sanski Most. The people, who were massacred and then thrown in a mass grave which would be discovered in 1998, were detainees of the Omarska and Keraterm concentrated camps.
2020 marks the 25th anniversary of @SrebrenicaUK - a humanitarian cause which @uniofbeds has supported for many years thanks to the efforts of @UoB_ASS students, staff & East of England board members including @helliepeebles1 @SilvermanJon 👏
You are invited to paint #FoundationStonesAtHome to remember #Srebrenica25. Your stone will become part of the new UK Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre. The Srebrenica genocide will form part of the exhibition in the Learning Centre. Visit: https://t.co/X51xjHJcE8
The survivors of Srebrenica and all people of Bosnia should be entitled to mourn and grieve in peace. Unfortunately, under Dodik’s regime in Republika Srpska this seems to be impossible. This targeting of the 25th commemoration of the genocide is atrocious and must be condemned.