Genocide over the Serbian population in Kupres was committed by the Croatian army and paramilitaries in the period 03/04 – 15/05/1992. During the armed conflicts on the territory of former BiH from 1992 to 1995, armed forces of the Republic of Croatia have committed several attacks, openly and without any warning, on Serbian civilians with … Continue reading Genocide against the Serbian population in Kupres
1.May 2013. marks 18th anniversary of the beginning of the Croatian military operation “Flash”, in which, according to the data of the Documentary-informative center “Veritas”, 283 Serbs from western Slavonia were killed, and at least 15,000 people were expelled. Among the murdered Serbs, there were 57 women and 9 children. According to the data of the Croatian … Continue reading May 1 – the Croatian bloody Operation “Flash”
In the chapel of St. Mark, wreaths are laid at the Memorial plaque at mass graves discovered in the Orthodox cemetery in Mrkonjić Grad, discoveder two decades ago. Decades have passed since the opening of mass graves where 181 victims, Serbian nationals, were found. They were murdered during aggression of joint Croatian and Bosnian Muslim … Continue reading MRKONJIC GRAD – For over two decades Western racists hide the massacre of Serbs
The FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA Committee for Collecting Data on Crimes Committed Against Humanity and International Law B e l g r a d e January 1998. MUJAHEDDIN PRISONER CAMPS FOR SERBS … Continue reading Mujaheddin prisoner camps for Serbs in Zavidovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina
War in Bosnia started with murder of Serb wedding guest - That was also what Radonicic told before the court in Pristina and described Ramiz Delalic 'Ćelo' as "one of the best-known people in Bosnia-Herzegovina, one of the icons of the war, regardless of how anyone may wish to understand that." Ramiz Delalic aka Celo shot and … Continue reading It was Ramiz Delalic aka Celo who, by an order of Alija Izetbegovic, started the War in Bosnia on March 1, 1992.
As soon as some of global peace keeping machinery members steps down they start to talk about the misdeeds they participated and were involved in while in power. Some of the issues were even denied by them while they were in power. This cry over spoiled milk often seems false, crocodile tears shed, as not a … Continue reading Bernard Kouchner: I Saw raped Serbian women in Pristina, my role was to bring peace
On September 6, 1944. Western Air Forces savagely bombed Serbian city of Leskovac. September 6th is a birthday of Serbian King Peter II and British, American and French ,,allies" targeted schools, maternity wards, hospitals, libraries, residential buildings, justifying the "errors" in high altitude from which the bombs were dropped. However, the fact is that the … Continue reading September 6, 1944 – The Allied Destruction of Leskovac