Jovan Divjak was a Commander of the Territorial Defence in Sarajevo when the war in Bosnia began. In April 1992, he stayed in Sarajevo to be part of the multi-ethnic ABiH, defending the city and its civilians.
A great panel discussion organised by one of our board members at Muslim Students House in Birmingham on #BridgingTheDivide. One the speakers was Imam Mersad Krnjic from the Bosnian Cultural Centre. Thanks to organisers and attendees.
"Commemoration events are a vital duty, to never forget the evil we are all capable of. However, remembering is not enough. We need to watch out for unscrupulous leaders trying to stoke up our fears." @Mohammed_Amin with @mikeshaft @BBCRadioManc at 2:37:11 https://t.co/S2k6KiK2nG
On Saturday, thousands gathered in Kozarac for the funeral of 86 Bosnian Muslims killed by Serbs in one of the worst Bosnian War atrocities in Aug 92 where some 200 Bosnian Muslims & Croats from Prijedor were executed at the Korićani Cliffs on Mt. Vlašić.