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Bosniaks cling to the ideal of a multi-ethnic state in a global geopolitical moment when that kind of plurality is distinctly out of fashion @UnaHajdari  | Opinion

Bosniaks faced the painful realization that their fluid identity within a multiethnic society had left them vulnerable in the face of ethno-nationalist compatriots @UnaHajdari  | Opinion

Like Jewish identity and the Armenian diaspora, Bosniaks’ identity is born in, or reinforced by, the hate and loss they have suffered @UnaHajdari  | Opinion

Bosniaks realized they had no natural allies in Europe. And it was not the first time that Bosnia’s Muslims had felt so critically isolated @UnaHajdari  | Opinion

Why Bosniaks have become such keen ‘patriots’ for a homeland that tried to bury them and spit them @UnaHajdari  | Opinion

Why Bosniaks have become such keen ‘patriots’ for a homeland that tried to bury them and spit them @UnaHajdari  Opinion

Bosnia's state prosecution indicted Jelic in 2016 over alleged war crimes against Bosniaks in the southern city of Mostar between 1993 and 1994.

VIEW ǀ "The denial and glorification of genocide in #Srebrenica  is not just a problem for Bosniaks but also a global threat." #srebrenica25  By @hikmet_karcic 

Today marks 25th anniversary of Europe's worst genocide since WWII. On 11 July 1995, #SrebrenicaGenocide  occurred when more than 8,000 Bosniaks, were killed in & around #Srebrenica  town during Bosnian War. An ethnic cleansing atrocity by Serbian forces against Bosnian Muslims.

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THREAD: Today marks 25 years since the fall of Srebrenica. After the fall Bosnian Serb forces killed some 8,000 Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) who were meant to be under UN protection. It was the worst mass killing on European soil since WWII. #Newsnight 

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"They took them and shot them, right in front of me." Twenty-five years ago, thousands of Bosniaks, most of them Muslims, were killed by Serb forces in Srebrenica. For survivors of the genocide, the wounds have yet to heal.

25 years ago, the Bosnian Serb army ethnically cleansed the town of Srebrenica, massacring over 8,000 muslim Bosniaks.

"What happened was not a footnote in European history. Just like the mass murder of European Jewry, the mass murder of Bosniaks was a direct consequence of the faulty and highly dangerous way 'Europeans' define identity. " — , by #AJOpinion  @suljagicemir1 

"What happened to Bosniaks a quarter-century ago was not a footnote, a mere anomaly, in European history. Muslims - together with Jews - have been playing the role of Europe's 'other' for centuries." — writes for @suljagicemir1  #AJOpinion 

Last year linguists affirmed that Serbs, Croats, Montenegrins and Bosniaks speak a single "polycentric" language. Nationalists howled

Last year linguists affirmed that Serbs, Croats, Montenegrins and Bosniaks speak a single "polycentric" language. Nationalists howled

Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs agree on nothing except that the war is over

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Bosnia’s Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks have three distinct versions of what happened at the war

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