Peinlich für die Westliche Wertgemeinschaft, wenn man dazu 20 Jahre braucht, Tatenlos zuschaute wie Massenmorde, Massaker veranstaltet wurden und den Serben in die Schuhe geschoben wurde. Geschichts Fälschungen ohne Ende, durch gekaufte Politiker in Europa und den USA.
THE MUJAHEDDIN CAMP FOR SERBS IN KAMENICA
The documents reveal, for example, information about the murder by cutting heads off the following Serbian civilians: Momir Mitrovic, Predrag Knezevic, Gojko Vucic, as well as torture of 12 captured Serbian soldiers in the village of Livade and the Mujahideen camp Kamenica near Zavidovici which took place before the attack on Vozuća in September 1995. –
All this will probably concer Sefik Dzaferovic, the newly elected first parliamentarian of Bosnia, since the murders of Serbs outbreaked after he became the chief policeman in the area, 1994.
Some of these ethically and religiously motivated crimes were: the murder of journalist Jadranko Bozanovic on the doorstep of his home in Zavidovici, 1994.last year of the war.
”These documents reveal some names of the involved: the former commander of the Third Army Corps RBH Sakib Mahmuljin and chief of the security services in Zenica Shefik Dzaferovic, who was recently elected as Chairman of the House of Representatives.”
Kebo seeks responsibility for the murder of Boris Tešanovic, Goran Keler, Zeljko Dejanovic and others.
The darkest past in committed, but never processed crimes against Serbs, fpor which were equally responsible military and civilian Muslim authorities is a crime against 64 captured Serbian soldiers and civilians in September 1995 during the fall of Vozuća. They were then taken to a Mijahedin Al Qaeda detention camp in Kamenica and brutally tortured and murdered, and at the end of the war some survivers were exchanged.
08 Dec 15
Bosnian Army Commander Arrested Over Serbs’ Deaths
Former Bosnian Army Third Corps commander Sakib Mahmuljin was arrested on suspicion of failing to prevent Islamic volunteer fighters committing war crimes against Serb civilians and prisoners of war in 1995.
|Sakib Mahmuljin gives a TV interview this year.|
The Bosnian State Investigation and Protection Agency arrested Mahmuljin on Tuesday morning on suspicion that as the commander of the Bosnian Army Third Corps, during battles in the village of Vozuca near Zavidovici from May to October 1995, he failed to stop or punish crimes against civilians and prisoners of war.
According to the prosecution, the crimes were committed by Islamic volunteers from the El Mujahedin unit, which was under the control of the Bosnian Army Third Corps.
“Members of the El Mujahedin unit killed around 50 Serb prisoners who they had previously taken over from the Bosnian Army Third Corps units which captured them during the battles,” the prosecution said.
The prosecution said that Mahmuljin had information that members of the El Mujahedin unit were preparing to commit these crimes.
|Bosniaks Condemn Arrest, Serbs Applaud
The leading Bosniak political party, the Party for Democratic Action, condemned the arrest of Mahmuljin, saying he is innocent and was only targeted to show the prosecution is not anti-Serb.
“We cannot escape the impression that the Bosnian prosecution has succumbed to unacceptable political pressures aimed at equalising the guilt of all sides and creating an artificial balance in the prosecution of war crimes,” it said in a statement.
But the president of the Bosnian Serb former fighters’ union, Milomir Savcic, said that Mahmuljin’s arrest was the “start of justice for crimes against Serbs”.
“It is finally the time for us to see a Bosniak commander charged with war crimes. Now we can get the answers to many questions. Now we will also see if the Bosnian court is objective,” said Savcic.
It also suspects Mahmuljin of inhumanely treating 20 prisoners of war and civilians.
Mahmuljin will be handed over to the prosecution, which will then decide whether to file a custody motion.
The investigation into alleged war crimes in Vozuca was first opened by the Hague Tribunal prosecution, and then transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In March this year, the Bosnian prosecution said that it had stopped the investigation into Mahmuljin and Sefik Dzaferovic, the president of the Bosnian parliament’s House of Representatives, over the crimes in Vozuca.
The prosecution said at the time that the decision not to investigate the two men was made after reviewing thousands of army and police documents.
But this sparked anger among Bosnian Serb victims’ groups, which appealed against the decision, claiming it was politically motivated and anti-Serb.
Erna Mackic BIRN BiH Sarajevo
Mahmuljin was charged on Wednesday with failing to stop the volunteer fighters from the ‘Mujahideen’ unit committing war crimes against Serb civilians and prisoners of war in the village of Vozuca near Zavidovici in 1995, or to punish them for what they did.
According to the charges, members of the unit killed more than 50 Serb prisoners in Vouca.
“Some of the bodies were decapitated and the heads were shown to other prisoners,” said the Bosnian prosecution in a statement.
Members of the ‚Mujahideen‘ unit also abused and tortured prisoners, stabbed them, cut off their ears, tied them up and beat them, the statement said.
“The prisoners were tied up for several hours at a time in positions with ropes around their necks, which suffocated them,” said the prosecution.
It said that the bodies of ten victims have been found, while the others are still unaccounted for.
According to the prosecution, the Mujahideen unit had Middle Eastern fighters, but was active within the Third Corps of the Bosnian Army.
Mahmuljin was arrested earlier this month but not remanded in custody.
The indictment has been sent to the state court for confirmation.