Archive for February, 2010

In Memoriam: Jasmina Ahmetspahic

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on February 28, 2010 by visegrad92

Beautiful Bosniak girl Jasmina Ahmetspahic, did not allow  Bosnian Serb soldiers to rape her, instead she committed suicide by jumping through a window in the Vilina Vlas spa hotel.

We will never forget!

Jasmina Ahmetspahic (28.01.1968 – 14.06.1992)

Read more:

+ Rape Warfare in Visegrad

+ Investigation: Visegrad rape victimes say their crie go unherd

+ Genocidal rape in Visegrad (VIDEO REPORT)

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Hamed&Himzo Oprasic

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on February 21, 2010 by visegrad92

On 25 May 1992, Hamed Oprasic was arrested in his home and taken away by armed Bosnian Serbs. His son Himzo Oprasic, was later gathered along with other Bosniak civilians – women and children- to be exchanged. While being driven in a truck towards the exchange point, Himzo was taken off the truck by Bosnian Serb soldiers and murdered.

Image: Hamed Oprasic(born 1945)

Image: Himzo Oprasic(born 1983)

Read more:

+ Partial list of murdered children in Visegrad

+ What is Visegrad Genocide?

+ Eliticide in Visegrad

+ Visegrad Genocide Denial

Bikavac fire victims

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on February 21, 2010 by visegrad92

The Bikavac fire was an atrocity perpetrated in Bikavac, near Višegrad, eastern Bosnia, on 27 June 1992 in which at least 60 Muslim civilians, mostly women and children, were killed after the house in which they were confined was set on fire.

The victims included:

Image: Vasvija Bajic(left) and Ramiza Bajic Dudojevic(right)

Image: Behija Sabanovic

Image: Tija Sabanovic

Image: Sevka and Hrustem Murtic

Image: Suhra Murtic

In the all too long, sad and wretched history of man’s inhumanity to man, the Pionirska street and Bikavac fires must rank high. At the close of the twentieth century, a century marked by war and bloodshed on a colossal scale, these horrific events stand out for the viciousness of the incendiary attack, for the obvious premeditation and calculation that defined it, for the sheer callousness and brutality of herding, trapping and locking the victims in the two houses, thereby rendering them helpless in the ensuing inferno, and for the degree of pain and suffering inflicted on the victims as they were burnt alive.”     –   Judge Patrick Robinson

Read more:

+ Bikavac pyre

+ What is Visegrad Genocide?

+ Eliticide in Visegrad

+ Destruction of mosques in Visegrad Municipality

Borovac – destroyed Bosniak village

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on February 5, 2010 by visegrad92

Image: Bosnian Muslim village Borovac in Visegrad, torched and destroyed by Bosnian Serb Army 1992. Pictures by Elvis Komic©

Pictures copyright: ©Elvis Komic