Facts About Srebrenica Genocide – A Multitude of Evidence
There is a multitude of evidence publicly available that proves that Bosnian Serb and other forces executed 7,000 to 8,000 Bosnian Muslim prisoners from Srebrenica in one week in July 1995...
The International Day in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust
We commemorate the millions of victims of Nazi persecution. We solemnly reflect on the massacre of nearly one third of the Jewish people and countless other minorities. We gather here today, united by a common responsibility...
Srebrenica Remembrance Day Campaign in Windsor, ON
"This anniversary raises awareness of the tragic suffering of the people of Bosnia and honours and remembers those who were killed as a result of the policies of genocide, ethnic cleansing, and war crimes."
Christiane Amanpour – Eyewitness Testimony
"Srebrenica was besieged, we couldn't get in. So we waited outside, and they brought out truckloads of wounded. All of them were children, desperately injured children with dirty bandages and blood all over..."
Involvement of Serbs in the Holocaust of Jews
Serbian Chetnik resistance against the Nazis came to a complete stop as early as the end of 1941. Thereafter, the Chetnik resistance actively collaborated with the both Nazis and Fascists.
DNA Results Support Estimate of 8,100 Srebrenica Genocide Victims
Through the use of DNA identity testing, the ICMP has revealed the identity of 6,186 Srebrenica Genocide victims. Additionally, the DNA results support an estimate of 8,100 genocide victims.
Ron Haviv – Eyewitness Testimony
Ron Haviv became a witness to some of the first atrocities in the Bosnian war as the Serbian units assaulted and killed Bosniak civilians. Despite being told not to take photographs, Haviv managed to document some of what he saw.
Book Review: Sarah Wagner’s To Know Where He Lies
Sarah Wagner’s ethnography To Know Where He Lies examines the innovative DNA technology developed to identify the remains of the estimated 8,000 men and boys killed in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Vital genocide documents concealed
While presenting evidence against Serbia on the first case of genocide ever held before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), Bosnia was prevented from calling for documents that might have provided evidence against Serbia for genocide.
Serbia’s Darkest Pages Hidden from Genocide Court
Serbia, the heir to Yugoslavia, obtained court permission to keep parts of the archives out of the public eye, citing national security. Its lawyers blacked out many sensitive - those who have seen them say incriminating - pages.
Hasan Nuhanović – Eyewitness Testimony
After Srebrenica fell to the Bosnian Serb army in July 1995, the Bosnian Serbs killed more than 8,000 Bosniak men and boys. Hasan Nuhanović lost his family in the largest massacre on European soil since the Holocaust.
Nataša Kandić – Eyewitness Testimony
The Bosniak boys and men in this video were executed by members of the Scorpions paramilitary unit. Bosniak victims were forced to lie down at the side of the road before being executed.
Dragan Obrenović (perpetrator) – Eyewitness Testimony
After Srebrenica fell to Bosnian Serb forces in July 1995, Dragan Obrenović helped implement the plan to kill Bosniak civilians and prisoners of war.
Dr. Eric Dachy – Eyewitness Testimony
"We understood that there was very little we could do as doctors. People in Bosnia didn’t need assistance. They needed security, they needed protection, they needed to be saved from killers."
Jerry Fowler and Raphael Lemkin – Eyewitness Testimony
Raphael Lemkin (1900-1959), a Polish Jewish lawyer, dedicated his life to creating legal protections for ethnic, national, religious, and cultural groups. Lemkin coined the word Genocide.
JERUSALEM--She is one of Israel's "chained women" — the hundreds, perhaps thousands, of wives denied a divorce by their husbands and prevented from breaking free by the country's use of Jewish law.