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Sarajevo This is about my homeland Bosnia-Herzegovina, The Siege of Sarajevo - Cultural Genocide in Bosnia - Genocide in Srebrenica - We dare not forget - The killing days - In the heart of Europe - Concentration camps in Bosnia - Ethnic cleansing of Bosnians - Shelling of the City - Francis A. Boyle - Bill Clinton - Bosnian Nation and Bosnian people all over the world. Survivors.

01.02.2007.

Sarajevo, Market Massacre (Markale)

Photo: Sarajevo, Market Massacre (Markale)

People killed at the Markale Market, in Sarajevo, were waiting in the line to get bread when Serbs launched shelling from the top of hills. Their blood was shed all over the street. This is when you realize that a human being can be objectified just like the piece of meat.

PICTURES OF MASSACRE ARE GRAPHIC:

If you still want to see it, click here and here.

Regarding food during the war. There was no food in the war as you might know, just humanitarian help, we called it "lunch packages". Of course this was not real lunch,  neither a package. It was simply the mini food in small brown plastic bags, that looked like samples of different food. Similar to lunch packages sold in food stores in America for children in elementary schools.  A few crackers, a piece of cheese... You could not kill the hunger with this. It was just enough to save you from the total starvation. In Bosnia during the war everybody lost 20 lbs at least. In the war you are under a constant stress 24/7/365 and there was NO FOOD. People, especially children were dying from hunger. There was no milk or baby food or any food whatsoever. You eventually under these circumstances look anorexic.

See below is the video of Serb solder of Yugoslavian Army ( read army from SERBIA ) who had no problem stating on camera he has intention to shoot on Bosnian building. Of course he did not build our homeland so it did not matter to him. Serbian theory was that Bosnians did not allow anyone to get in the city therefore they ( Serbs ) had to liberate it from Bosnians even though most Serbs left knowing that attack will take the place or they participated in attacks on Sarajevo themselves.

If Sarajevo was surrounded (occupied ) by Bosnians ( Serbian false story to fool Serbs to allegedly "liberate" them) how come this ex-Yugoslavian ( read Serbian ) tanks were in Sarajevo going through city just like that with no fear whatsover? If Bosnian occupied their own city, how was it possible for this tank to enter the city in the first place? Yugoslavian tanks are the evidence that Serbia played a major role in aggression on Bosnia simply by supplying the tanks, and army.

Their tanks were stationed on top of hills around Sarajevo to shoot on people, like on Markale, Sarajevan xafs place. See for yourself. Only insane person would not see this as evidence of how the aggression started, was initiated and supported by SERBIA.

Video: Here.

So whose tanks in the video are those? They fell from Mars? Tanks clearly show they are SERBIAN from neighboring country who wanted part of Bosnian cake to add to their territory. The guy in video speaks in Serbian dialect. He wears the Yugoslavian ( not Bosnian ) uniform in the middle of Sarajevo.

That would be like seeing Japanese military tanks in the middle of Washington D.C, claiming they will shoot into the building, while the Court of Justice explains that Japan can not really be found at fault for aggression because Japan did not really "participate" in attacks but it is found guilty for FAILURE TO PREVENT ATTACKS launched by their own Japanese people. So Serbia got away!


Markale after the war sandomenico.org

01.02.2007.

Bosnian Nation and Bosnian People

Bosnia & Herzegovina or short Bosnia is the country of Bosnianherzegovinian or short Bosnian Nation and Bosnian People. Bosnia is multiethnic and multireligious country that has its own BOSNIAN NATIONAL IDENTITY.

Such Identity  in free and democratic country is - given to people who admit Bosnia as their country and are nationals/citizens of Bosnian Nation.

Every person can change their religion or religious identity. People also can change their Nationality and/or National identity. This is free will of every person.

  Photo: Internationally recognized Map of Bosnia

Bosnia is, for many considered an occupied country (see Dayton Agreement) in which Bosnian people of all backgrounds and religions were sorted, categorized, recognized and glorified into 3 ethnic groups according to 3 major religions.

SEE THE MAP OF BOSNIA and its Neighbors, AND WHAT ROLE THEY'VE PLAYED in Bosnian War.

People of only these 3 major religions are admitted in Constitution as 3 separate ethnic groups, while Bosnians who refuse to be in any of the groups have their Bosnian Ethnicity and/or National Identity to Bosnia either totally denied within the country or suppressed ( suppression is the process of deliberately trying to stop it ) and negated/ruled out. ( Author: Reader from Switzerland "Proud to be Bosnian", 1/2007)

This makes people question if Bosnia is a) Free AND b) Democratic? 

Who are the Bosnians? Read here.

Bosnian Nationality vs Ethnicity: Read here.

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ABOUT SARAJEVO:
Study of the battle and siege of Sarajevo


PICTURES FROM SARAJEVO:

Sarajevo Photo Gallery

Architecture - click on each photo


BOSNIAN HISTORY VIDEOS 1992-1995:

Bosna 1992-1995 by Bosanac Berlin


DOCUMENTARIES:

BBC: UN & Dutch disaster in Srebrenica

Srebrenica: Autopsy of a Massacre 52 min documentary

Cowards War

Lost Images - Bosnia 29 min

Bosnia Revisited: Searching for Peace

Balkan Justice


AFTER THE WAR VIDEOS:

Mula Mustafe Bašeskije - Sarajevo by Alessandro

Sarajevo today by Alessandro

The story of Suada Dilberovic by Alessandro

Tuzla by Alessandro


VIDEOS DEDICATED TO BOSNIAN VICTIMS:

Don't forget by Moris Pašić


MOVIES - SHORT FILMS ABOUT BOSNIA:

Breaking and Entering
Richard Gere @ David Letterman Show
The Hunting Party
10 minutes by Ahmed Imamović
Behind Enemy Lines


BOSNIAN SOCCER VIDEOS:



The national anthem of Bosnia-Herzegovina ( BH Himna )

I krv svoju za Bosnu moju (soccer)



Zlatan's father immigrated from Bosnia to Sweden. In 2009, Zlatan was the highest-paid football player in the world.

Best goals of Zlatan Ibrahimovic



Sergej is amazingly talented and admired by Bosnians. When he wanted to coach the Bosnian National Soccer Team, Serbs blocked his entry for political reasons. Sergej is also known for his love to Bosnia ( patriotism ).

Best goals of Sergej Barbarez



Brazilian Ronaldinho is the #1 in the world! We love this picture of him with the Bosnian flag.

Ronaldinho Gaucho ● Moments Impossible To Forget

BOSNIAN MUSIC:

Nigdje tako ko' u Bosni nema
Mojoj Majci
Supermen
Lejla
Kad sve ovo bude juce
Ptica Bijela
Zvacu te pile moje
Heroj
30 kvadrata
Kad procvatu behari
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Moj Golube
Zapjevala sojka ptica
Imal jada ko' kad aksam pada
U lijepom starom gradu Visegradu

BOSNIAN FOOD:


Bosnian Cook Book - Tradicionalni Bosanski Kuhar

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BOSNIAN LANGUAGE:
Pricajmo svoj Bosanski jezik i koristimo prevodioce kojima je Bosanski maternji.

BOSNIAN FASHION:



Sarajevo Girls - Fashion Blog


TRAVEL TO SARAJEVO:

Welcome to Sarajevo

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Sa-Seher



This is a city.
In every sense of the word.
And at whatever time of the day, and from whatever elevation you look down at Sarajevo, you always, even if unconsciously, think the same: this is a city, a city wearing out and dying, and at the same time being born and transformed.

Ivo Andrić




BOSNIAN LIFE STYLE AND CULTURE



Videos: "Enjoy life Bosnia and Herzegovina"


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BOSNIAN SYMBOLS:


Lilicum Bosniacum (Bosnian Lily, Bosanski Ljiljan)

NATIONAL ANTHEM OF REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA


YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE
Author: Dino Dervishalidovic

Zemljo tisucljetna
Na vjernost ti se kunem
Od mora do Save
Od Drine do Une

I pledge my loyalty to you
My thousand year old land
From Sava to the sea
From Drina to Una

Jedna si jedina
Moja domovina
Jedna si jedina
Bosna i Hercegovina

You are the only one
The only homeland I have
You are the only one
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bog nek' te sacuva
Za pokoljenja nova
Zemljo mojih snova
Mojih pradjedova

May God save you
For the generations to come
You are the land of my dreams
The land of my forefathers

Jedna si jedina
Moja domovina
Jedna si jedina
Bosna i Hercegovina

You are the only one
The only homeland I have
You are the only one
Bosnia and Herzegovina



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Barcelona, Spain (1996)
Budapest, Hungary (1995)
Bursa, Turkey (1979)
Dayton, Ohio, United States (1999)
Ferrara, Italy (1978)
Friedrichshafen, Germany (1972)
Innsbruck, Austria (1980)
Istanbul, Turkey (1997)
Kuwait City, Kuwait (1998)
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Serre Chevalier, France (1995)
Stockholm, Sweden (1997)
Tirana, Albania (1996)
Tripoli, Libya (1976)
Wolfsburg, Germany (1985)
Zagreb, Croatia (2001)





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