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They turned our disaster into a "humanitarian issue" and shamefully closed their eyes against the genocide against Bosniaks all over the Bosnia.
The Islamic Community of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the sole and unique community of Muslims living in Bosnia and Herzegovina, of Bosniaks living outside their homeland, and of other Muslims who accept this community as their own.
Bakir Izetbegovic, the Muslim Bosniak presidency member who had called for the ruling to be revised while his Serb and Croat colleagues did not, said the court's decision was political.
We don't dispute the right of the Muslim Bosniaks to mark their holidays but they can neither dispute this right to us.
You could see that in the conduct of Bosniaks during the Yugoslav War.
This means that before the beginning of the war over 20% of the population in Serbia was Muslim with the indication that this number would only continue to rise, based on similar rises in Muslim population in other republics, notably Macedonia, where the number of Albanians calling Macedonia home rose from 19% in 1981 to 22% in 1994, and more recently, in 2002, to 25%, excluding the nearly 8% of other Muslim groups, such as Turks, Roma, Bosniaks, and those who identify as Muslim.
The forcible transfer of between 25,000 and 30,000 Bosniak women, children and elderly which accompanied the massacre was found to be confirming evidence of the genocidal intent of members of the VRS Main Staff who orchestrated the massacre.
The men are suspected of planning, supervising and conducting the persecution of around 120 Bosniaks from a village near the eastern town of Zvornik on July 14, 1992, the prosecutor's office said in a statement.
Earlier this month, 15 former Serb paramilitaries and soldiers were arrested in Serbia and Bosnia for the 1993 murder of 20 people, mainly Bosniaks.
Bosnia's three biggest ethnic groups - the Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats
Different ethnic groups including the Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs did not agree on reforming the constitution to allow these minorities to be present at the event.
Therefore, the aim of our study was to assess genetic epidemiological data in the cohort of Bosniaks.
What I wish to stress is that these people do not work for either the interest of Macedonians, Albanians, Turks, Roma, Bosniaks, or anyone else in Macedonia, whether Muslim or Christian.