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Sarajevo Massacre at market place by Serbian hundreds dead and wounded Bombay India’s Hotel bombing Kashmir’s terrorism of India’s military Pakistan’s Taliban daily terror of bombing on country of Pakistan. Farc Columbia’s 50 years of terrorism This is my observation on Americas medias policy stop basing and insulting rest of the world on the daily basis by using shield freedom of the speech it this harmful to the Union.
Bayram H. Koljenovic | June 9th, 2013
Reis-l-ulema Emeritus dr. Mustafa Ceric letter to the British and International public on the occasion of the crime in London
It is time for Muslims, particularly in Europe, but not only in Europe, to take a serious and responsible action in detecting who is behind the abuse of "Allahu Akbar" and who are those who are spreading fear and terror on behalf of Islam on European streets. They may be called by any name but a Muslim. They are just killers and should be treated in the same way as the killer Anders Breivik.
Reisu-l-ulema emeritus dr. Mustafa Cerić | May 26th, 2013
Since my first Bosnian story, I’ve had many unique experiences. I travelled to Toronto to meet members of Canada’s Bosniak community – for commemorations of the Srebrenica Genocide, as well as the opportunity to learn more about the atrocities that took place in Bosnia from 1992 to 1995. I got to know people who have survived the Bosnian war – including those who have survived concentration camps and rape houses, and the Srebrenica Genocide. I travelled to Bosnia last summer to participate in the Srebrenica Peace March and the mass burial for 520 people on July 11.
Suzana Vukić | May 21st, 2013
VISOKO, Bosnia and Herzegovina
But the bloody war that pitted Muslims here against their Serbian Orthodox and Croatian Catholic neighbors tested the faith of one of the few European countries where Islam is the most common religion. It was once rare to see public expressions of faith on the street. Now, more women are donning head scarves — and one who does so just became mayor of this small town in the mountains of central Bosnia.
Michael Birnbaum | May 1st, 2013
This led to the establishment of the Catholic-Muslim Forum. Two summits have been held so far. The first one took place at the Vatican in 2008, where Pope Benedict XVI met all the participants and the second one in Jordan in 2011. Relations were also strengthened through the pilgrimage Pope Benedict XVI made to Jesus's baptism site in Jordan and his visit to the King Hussein Mosque during the same trip in 2010.
Reisu-l-ulema emeritus dr. Mustafa Cerić | March 28th, 2013
Last summer in Bosnia, I met a woman who, after being released from captivity, was able to get an abortion through extraordinary means. I also had a chance to meet a young woman who was a product of wartime rape (and who has been made aware of this fact). I don't think the average person can even begin to comprehend the suffering that women in these situations go through in their lives.
Suzana Vukić | January 21st, 2013
Pan Arabism ultimately failed and the Arab countries ended up charting their own national political paths to modernity and economic development, often interrupted by military coups and countercoups and indeed western interventions. Central political ideology in both Iraq and Syria was Ba’thism, a variety of Arab version of Socialism. The major architects of this ideology were intellectuals and political thinkers Michel Aflaq and Salahudin Bitar.
Mr. Osman Softić | December 31st, 2012
I will perceive to give you a true example of the Montenegrin godfather. Coming from upper Rženica a Montenegrin village, Ilija Otašević, after Montenegrin occupation came to visit Bektesh Šaljunović in the village Jara town Plav whom he had baptized, a tradition of the people of this region has that in the hard times they help each other, especially the godfather and the godmother. Thus, the number of family’s Šaljunovića Ilija was greeted in the best possible way.
Esad Krcić | December 24th, 2012
Destruction of Islam from within, II...
It was not before the Reverend William Hechler, the Anglican Church Minister for the British Embassy in Vienna, where Herzl lived at the time, recognized and legitimized Herzl and Zionism, having read Herzl’s “Der Judenstaat”, a concept of establishing an ethnically and religiously pure Jewish state in Palestine, that Herzl saw the possibility of succeeding with his concept. The Reverend Hechler organized for Herzl to meet with Frederick I, the Grand Duke of Baden and then with Frederick’s nephew, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany.
Željko Milićević | December 10th, 2012
Last series: Do not forget
The ICTY has already founded in five different cases that the war in the territory of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was not a civil, but rather an international armed conflict, defined as aggression by the two countries, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) and the Croatian Republic on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Numerous relevant scientific researches and sources of different provenance from all around the world reliably suggest two initial and fundamental provisions for the contemporary events and episodes in 1992-1995: firstly, a classic and armed aggression of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) and the Croatian Republic was conducted on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as on its citizens;
Emir Ramić | November 26th, 2012
Religions are a deep hole that have trapped humanity not knowing how to get out of it, it is simply said it is an insult on the human mind and, a fantasy so that people may choose to believe in a reward at the end of life, rather than seeing life itself as heaven or hell, as their reward for belief and good acts, and not what comes after, for three-quarters of a century, the world is still not closer to the end of war is it not slowing.
Bayram H. Koljenovic | November 23rd, 2012
Palestine: When democracy kills
There is no end in sight. The so-called “peace process” has never fulfilled its promises. While the Israeli government and the colonists continue their slow colonization — thereby destroying the very notion of two states — dialogue breaks down and dies. US President Barack Obama, that Nobel Peace laureate, has never, with the exception of a handful of speeches, lifted a finger for peace, let alone on behalf of the Palestinians. On the contrary, he has carried unilateral support for Israel even farther than his predecessors. During the recent American election campaign, in quest of a second term, he totally washed his hands of Palestine.
Tariq Ramadan | November 22nd, 2012
Successful appeal in The Hague exonerates 1990s regime of Franco Tudjman and has huge significance for international law
Gotovina, the commanding officer of the 10-week military operation, had been on the run for years with the connivance of the Zagreb authorities until they handed over his mobile phone number to international prosecutors, enabling him to be traced to a hotel restaurant in Tenerife. The fugitive held up Croatia's efforts to join the EU for years. Ultimately he was sacrificed in the national interest.
Ian Traynor | November 17th, 2012
During the resting period at the top of the mountain, I can vividly recall that conversation between my father and the rest of the group as going back in history of 1912, 1913, and beyond. Topic of the conversation was Previa and that was a moment when I realized and saw the pain in every man in the group. They were carefully listening to the answers to their question from my father. I remember him taking a deep breath and looking up in the heavens and then glancing in a circle that the way the men have position themselves and telling them that every time I think of previa it makes my heart cry. Although it is something so special in that giant grave where more than a thousand innocent men and children are buried. Strange phenomenons are happening there, and then he was interrupted by one of his cousins.
Bayram H. Koljenovic | November 12th, 2012
Do not forget: Series 15
The aggression of the Republic of Croatia against the internationally recognized state of Bosnia and Herzegovina was marked with repressive actions against Bosniacs and others who were not Croats, discrimination, intimidation, arrests of prominent people, expelling from homes, terrorizing, killing, plundering, and persecution. HVO, with the use of military force, took over the control over the municipally authorities, dismissed all the non-Croats from work. The Herzegovina companies in Mostar, Stolac, Neum, Čitluk, Prozor, and Čapljina, were now in the hands of Croats. They established the control over media, they introduced the Croatian currency and Croatian national symbols.
Emir Ramić | November 1st, 2012