America took in 169,000 Bosnian war refugees during the nineties. I was one of them.
I am grateful to the church and synagogue members who helped us, the doctors and dentists who treated us for free, and to our lifelong friend, the Rev. Don Hodges, the first American to extend his hand at the airport, welcoming us to our new homeland.
Aisa Purak published her first book titled
Aisa Purak published her first book titled “Bosnian Immigrants: Opportunities and Challenges” Her book evaluates the study of a sample of 100 Bosnian families who immigrated to Rochester and found a way to adapt to life in the new society. These Bosnians still face cultural and religious challenges, even after over a decade living here.
The Congress of North American Bosniaks and Institute for Research of Genocide Canada
These challenges are very real, as is the strength, hope and determination of the Bosnian people to overcome these obstacles in efforts of building a better and harmonious future for all people of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Press Release of the International team of experts of the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada
Redrawing the borders is Dodik's goal; the dissolution of the EU is his pledge for the dissolution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the panic of the European leadership is a state which he, along with his protectors, desires and prepares for.
Intellectuals, experts, scientists and researchers genocide suggest
The heads of the Missions of the Republic Srpska most likely work not for the interests of the Serb people, but for Milorad Dodik whose interests are: secession, war, expulsion, conflict and anti-Dayton activities.
After US President Donald Trump issued an executive order temporarily banning all refugees and all nationals from seven Muslim-majority
Srebrenica showed how the big ones became little, how the powerful ones became shameful, and the powerless became stronger in belief that justice is reachable, and that no one can escape it. Justice is reachable, no one can escape it...