Image: Sumbul Kurspahic, burnt alive on June 14, 1992 in Pioneer Street by Bosnian Serb soliders. Around 60 Bosnian Muslim civilians were barricaded and burnt alive in a Adem Omeragic’s house in what is known as the Pioneer Street massacre.
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Allah belalarini versin.
Mrs Kurspahic’s picture should be enlarged to the size of a poster and pasted up in the place where that jolly little crowd were celebrating the return of their gallant hero with his little boy-scout cap.
Vasiljevic – the boy scout who set women and children on fire. Vasiljevic listened happily to the last screams of Mrs Kurspahic and the other hapless individuals locked into the house and then set about lying his way out of the reckoning, The idea that Vasiljevic and his ilk are supposed to have been inspired by the self-sacrifice of a saintly Prince Lazar is one of the sickest jokes of a terribly unfunny century.
Thomas Carlyle is supposed to have said that we can judge a people by their heroes. Does that tell us all we need to know about the Visegrad welcoming committee and their friends and allies?