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The Story of Srebrenica

By Isnam Taljic

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(This book is translated from Bosniak.) Srebrenica, is a small 2000-year-old silver-mining town in Bosnia, known to the Romans as Argentaria. Between July 12 through July 18, 1995 approximately 13,000 (the figure varies from 8000-13000) Muslim males from young boys to elderly men, were massacred in one of the worst cases of gendercide in history.
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(This book is translated from Bosniak.) Srebrenica, is a small 2000-year-old silver-mining town in Bosnia, known to the Romans as Argentaria. Between July 12 through July 18, 1995 approximately 13,000 (the figure varies from 8000-13000) Muslim males from young boys to elderly men, were massacred in one of the worst cases of gendercide in history. This massacre was carried out after the commander of the UNPROFOR (United Nations Protection Force), General Bertrand Janvier, refused to carry out UNPROFOR's mandate to defend the Safe Area but instead handed it over to Serbian army General Ratko Mladic. It was not an instantaneous death, for every one of the victims knew they were to be taken out one by one for slaughter. The Serbs were intent upon wiping out the Bosnian Muslims, the last genuine European Muslims in Europe. Europe was to be free of Muslims. Foreword by Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad.

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ISBN 9789833221035
Weight 440.0000
No of pages 280
Book Format No
Date Published 2004
Publisher Silverfish Books Sdn. Bhd.
Condition mint

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