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20 Jahre Srebrenica-Massaker 11.07.1995

Erstellt von Azrak, 06.07.2015, 19:40 Uhr · 658 Antworten · 37.203 Aufrufe

  1. #471
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  3. #473
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    Live aus Potocari:

    BHT1 U?ivo - BHRT

    Der Jüngste der heute begraben worden ist, war erst 14 Jahre alt. Insgesamt wurden 127 Leichen begraben.

  4. #474
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    Neka njima vjecan rahmet.

    Ich finde es gut,dass die Bosniaken die Greul nicht einfach vergessen.
    Und die Erinnerung in der Jungen Generation weiterlebt.
    Ich hoffe wir lernen daraus und sowas passiert und NIE wieder.

    Ich hoffe es weden alle oper gefunden und die Angehörigen finden ihre Ruhe.
    Auch in den anderen Orten in BiH z.b Kotor Varos und Sanski Most mit den Stäten bin ich seht verbunden.
    Danke Arzak für die Postts und Bilder.

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    10.000 gedachten der Opfer des Massakers von Srebrenica

    http://www.salzburg.com/nachrichten/welt/politik/sn/artikel/10000-gedachten-der-opfer-des-massakers-von-srebrenica-204480/

    Leider lernt die Menschheit überhaupt nichts daraus.

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    Mögen die Opfer in Frieden ruhen.

  8. #478
    Rosinante
    Immer noch schlimm wie das passieren konnte. Vor allem mitten in Europa, wo man dachte dass es zu der Zeit absolut uńmöglich wäre dass sowas in diesem Kontinent passieren könnte. Aber im Balkan tickt man eben anders. Hoffe die Menschen kommen dennoch dort heuer voran, und um diese Geschichte endgültig zu überwinden.

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    Zitat Zitat von Rosinante Beitrag anzeigen
    Immer noch schlimm wie das passieren konnte. Vor allem mitten in Europa, wo man dachte dass es zu der Zeit absolut uńmöglich wäre dass sowas in diesem Kontinent passieren könnte. Aber im Balkan tickt man eben anders. Hoffe die Menschen kommen dennoch dort heuer voran, und um diese Geschichte endgültig zu überwinden.
    Und mit jedem Jahr werden die serbischen Relativierungen extremer. Mittlerweile gehört es zum guten Ton den Genozid als lächerlich abzustempeln.

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    Thousands Mourn at Srebrenica Anniversary Commemoration

    Thousands of people gathered in Srebrenica to mark the 21st anniversary of Europe’s worst atrocity since the Holocaust and bury 127 more Bosniak victims of the massacres.

    Marija Tausan
    BIRN
    Sarajevo
    Mourners at the Srebrenica commemoration. Photo: Anadolu.
    Crowds of mourners gathered on Monday at the genocide memorial centre in the village of Potocari near Srebrenica to commemorate the victims killed by Bosnian Serb forces in July 1995.
    Buses brought people from all over the country for the 21st anniversary commemoration of the massacres of more than Bosniak 7,000 men and boys.
    Flowers were laid and there were Muslim prayers for 127 victims who had been identified over the past year and whose remains were buried at the memorial site.
    The youngest of the victims was Avdija Memic, who was 14 years old when he was killed.
    Srebrenica mayor Camil Durakovic told the memorial ceremony that the search for about 1,000 more victims continues, and called on anyone who knew where more bodies are buried to inform the authorities.
    He also called on Bosniaks who fled Srebrenica during wartime to return to live in the town.
    “Justice will be our revenge. The laughter of our children, who will come here and live here, will be our revenge,” Durakovic said.
    Carmel Agius, the president of the UN war crimes court in The Hague, said that the international tribunal’s verdicts served as “a reminder of barbarism”, but more efforts to achieve reconciliation were necessary.
    “Justice itself is not sufficient. Processes bringing the three peoples [Bosniaks, Croata and Serbs] closer to each other are needed,” Agius said.
    Montenegro’s Bosniaks commemorate Srebrenica victims
    The Forum of Bosniaks in Montenegro NGO on Monday marked the 21st anniversary of Srebrenica by laying flowers at a monument to victims of the 1990s wars in Podgorica’s Pobrezje Memorial Park.
    The Forum also issued a statement arguing that Montenegro has still not fully faced up to its past, and urged the authorities to help create a Research-Documentation Centre to collect and “preserve from destruction” facts about war crimes in the 1990s.
    It also accused the authorities of not doing enough to ensure that war criminals are punished.
    “The Montenegrin judiciary, in dealing with the crimes, still does not have the power to convict and condemn perpetrators of war crimes in the 1990s,” said a representative of the Forum, Mirsad Rastoder.
    The opposition Civic Movement URA also issued a statement expressing sympathy with the families of the Srebrenica victims, saying that there is “no alternative to coexistence”.
    The party said that Montenegro had not done enough to punish the perpetrators of war crimes in the country and those who ordered them.
    Over 10 per cent of Montenegro’s population is made up of Bosniaks and Muslims. After the Bosnian war broke out, some of them were subjected to intimidation and torture.
    Dusica Tomovic, Podgorica
    The Bosnian Council of Ministers declared July 11 a day of mourning in the entire country and flags at state-level institutions were lowered to half-mast.
    Srebrenica survivor Nermina Muminovic said that the 127 victims who were buried on Monday were killed because they were Bosniaks.
    “They have returned to the green valley of white tombstones 21 years after the genocide,” said Muminovic, who was 13 at the time of the massacres.
    She said that despite the killings, she had gone back to live in Srebrenica.
    “My two daughters are proof to the criminals that they shall never win,” she said.
    The annual commemoration was again tinged with controversy after the organising committee, headed by mayor Durakovic, said that Serbian political leaders who denied that the mass killings were genocide would not be invited to attend.
    Last year the 20th anniversary commemorations were marred when Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was pelted with bottles and stones by angry mourners.
    Serbia admits that the Srebrenica massacres were a crime, but does not define them as genocide, despite the rulings of international courts.
    The leader of Bosnia’s Serb-led entity Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, said on Monday that he will never accept that the Srebrenica massacres were genocide, arguing that the number of victims has been exaggerated, regional television station N1 reported.
    “We will not recognise the genocide. There was no genocide,” Dodik said
    .
    “I’m sorry to say these things today. I don’t want to downplay anybody’s pain, but this has become just a political issue,” he added.
    However Serbian opposition politician Cedomir Jovanovic, the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party, did attend the commemoration in Srebrenica, saying that it was his “human obligation and political duty”.
    “What is necessary is [to adopt a clear stance] on what happened in Srebrenica ... until this happens, the people of Serbia will carry the burden of what happened here,” said Jovanovic, who was one of the MPs who tried last month to get the Serbian parliament to adopt a resolution condemning the Srebrenica genocide.
    Meanwhile activists in Belgrade will light candles outside the Serbian parliament on Monday evening to commemorate the victims of Srebrenica.


    - - - Aktualisiert - - -

    HERE ARE THE FACES OF THOUSANDS WHO DIED IN SREBRENICA


    "When I started collecting photos of the people killed in Srebrenica, the task at first seemed like a clerical one. But then I started to look at the faces."

    Twenty years after Europe's worst single atrocity since World War II, RFE/RL's Dzenana Halimovic wanted to ensure that the victims -- and not just the names -- are remembered. She started collecting photographs of the people who were killed -- and now has more than 2,400 of them.



    Here are The Faces of Thousands Who Died In Srebrenica | Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

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