The invisible victims: Testimonies of Serbian women raped by Muslims, Sarajevo 1992 – 1995
Always ready to turn victims into aggressors and vice versa – CNN – master and fake news veteran
At the same period global leaders and superstars were coming to Sarajevo, singing about ( exclusively ) The (Bosniak, muslim) Girl of Sarajevo, negotiated, making movies of the ‘siege of Sarajevo’ etc. (If there had been anything like siege, how could all the representatives, Albrigt, Clinton, Cyrus Vance, Lord David Owen, Carrington, Holbrooke, globalist Bono U2 Vox, notorious Christiane Amanpour and many others – how could they regularly get in, visit Izetbegovic and his islamist troops, and leave just like everything’s regular, calm and quiet?
Because Sarajevo was seized, but from inside.
Sarajevo was seized by islamofascist gangsters, so called ‘green berets’ and their capo, Alija Izetbegovic, who in his youth loyally served Hitler as a notorious SS Handzar member.
There were many of torturing and rape camps throughout the town. Serbs were taken from their homes, kidnapped from the streets and taken away.
While global leaders and IC representatives were coming to visit Izetbegovic, there was the Serb hunting season and systematic rape ongoing in Sarajevo. The so called siege of Sarajevo is a narrative which served to many to build up their careers.
List of whore houses where Bosniak Muslims took and kept kidnapped Serbian women and children. From no 2 – 6 are those placed in Sarajevo.
Here is one of several statements voluntary given on November 6, 1992 by Serbian woman S.K. once she was saved from a Bosniak Muslim conc camp in Sarajevo for Serbs. The victim provides with the names of both monsters and other women who shared the same faith, and whose destiny remains unknown :
Personal statement 1992/1, S.K.
My name is S.K. I was born in 1968. in Nišić, the commune of Ilijaš. I was captured on May 26, 1992 in a forest not far from my house. Another two girls, refugees from Visoko, J. and N.R. were with me. The three of us were caught by ten men in camouflage uniforms with lilies on their caps. They put us in a lorry and took us in a direction unknown to me.
They brought us to the BREZA camp. They locked us up an a cellar with small windows which was filthy, damp and cold. They raped us immediately, they gangraped us and beat us. They held me there for two days. Then they moved me to another building, another room. Another five women and girls were there: two by the name of Nada and Rosa, Mira and Olja. I remained in that room until the end, i.e. until August 15, 1992. when they released us. We were almost constantly in the same room, except when they took us out forcing us to watch them beat, torture and kill other prisoners.
They tortured prisoners by slitting their throats, ripping out parts of their body, drowning them in a pool which looked like a swimming pool except what was inside besides water is unknown to me.
Sarajevo as another Jasenovac – On the picture: remains of Rodoljub Knezevic, Sarajevo Serb. Born 1950, from Ljubljanska street, Grbavica, Sarajevo. Captured and taken by Bosniak Muslims jihadists on Orthodox Christmas eve, 6. January 1994. This picture taken after his remains were found, on January 24, 1994. in Lukavica, Sarajevo
The prisoners worked very hard and we were taken out od that room only to watch killings and torture or to clean and work in the garden. I did not know the prisoners, they were from Breza, Visoko and Vareš.
They constantly, incessantly beat us, raped us taking turns and sometimes as many as 20 men would get on and off me in succession.
When we fainted they poured water on us.
… We took no bath. There was some sort of a bathroom but they would not allow us to take bath. There was a sink that we could use to wash our faces and sometimes managed to wash a bit more in a hurry.
They tortured us by taking us to watch them torture other prisoners. Once they were forcing a father to rape his 17 years old daughter. They beat them but he and his daughter refused. When they placed a knife under his throat and were about to slit it, the daughter screamed and begged him to do it so that they would not kill him. He id it and whether they killed him later I do not know, but anyone who gets out of that prison is a half dead man anyway.
The food we were given consisted of a slice of mouldy bread or macaroni, probably leftovers, and some swill of a broth.
We, the girls and women in that room never talked for we were never alone – one of them was constantly present when we worked and when we were in the room. (…) they keept mentioning the name Kula, a nickname perhaps.
They were always anxious to please his, wondering if he would be satisfied with how much and how they were beating and raping us. They laughed when they talked about it.
Later, when I returned home I heard that Kula was the prison warden and that he was from Semizovac. I never saw Kula.
Together with me the five girls who shared my room were also later set free. After all the torture they were subject to and saw there, two committed suicide; the others went with their parentssomewhere.
They let us go because we were pregnant and making us pregnant was in fact their objective.
I am terrified of closed space and I can hardly wait to go home. ”
There are numerous cases reported about Serbian women were subject to rape often for months and years. But one of the most drastic and the saddest is the case of a nine years old Mirjana Dragićević.
Her horrible death reveals true nature of Izetbegovic, his evil regime as well as the war in Bosnia.
. In December 1992, in the village of Donja Bioča, after the break-up of the Serb lines of defense, a Muslim unit consisting of the mujahedin, committed a vicious crime against civilians. These monsters and beasts have raped a nine-year-old child, girl, MIRJANA DRAGIĆEVIĆ, in front of her mother Rada, and then massacred the child.
The little girl was buried at a local Orthodox cemetery.
This documentary tells the story about little girl Mirjana. (english subtitles):
Sources and materials:
Suffernings of the Serbs in Sarajevo, document book (records),
Comission for refugees of the Republic of Serbia,
Editor in Chief: Buba Morina