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Partial list of murdered children in Visegrad Genocide

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on May 2, 2009 by visegrad92
Last name


First name Father’s name Year of birth
Subašić Irma Sabaheta 2 DAYS (BABY)
Kurspahić Senad 1992
Ahmetspahić Amela Sulejmen 1991
Zukić Alen Džemail 1991
Ahmetspahić Amir Halil 1990
Delija Adis Omer 1990
Dudević Elma Munib 1990
Kurspahić Ismet Ferhat 1990
Memišević Almedin* Mehmed 1990
Murtić Emir Šaban 1990
Omeragić Ervin Fadil 1990
Tufekčić Ensar Esad 1990
Tvrtković Alija Hamed 1990
Jelačić Dženana Mustafa 1989
Međuseljac Munever Šahin 1989
Džafo Meliha Idriz 1988
Kurspahić Mirela Ferhat 1988
Podžić Haris Jakuf 1988
Bosno Haris Sadik 1987
Jašarević Semir Salko 1987
Tufekčić Elma Esad 1987
Karišik Nihad Sead 1986
Menzilović Admir Salko 1986
Zukić Vildana Džemal 1986
Gazibara Nermin Mujo 1985
Ibišević Nihad Islam 1985
Last name First name Father’s name Year of birth
Murtić Hamed Šaban 1985
Turjačanin Selmir Hasib 1985
Vilić Nihad Hamdija 1985
Avdić Meliha Ismet 1984
Hodžić Fatima Salko 1984
Šutrović Muamer Mujo 1984
Vilić Mirzeta Adem 1984
Vilić Zihneta Hamdija 1984
Oprašić Himzo Hamed 1983
Turjačanin Aida Jakuf 1983
Avdić Amel Rasim 1982
Hasečić Alma Remzo 1982
Hodžić Ibrahim Salko 1982
Kurspahić Aner Omer 1982
Kurspahić Halida Eniz 1982
Kurspahić Seniha Džemail 1982
Avdić Amela Rasim 1981
Avdić Samir Juso 1981
Ferić Hajrudin Mehmedalija 1981
Hadžihalilović Nermin Faik 1981
Kurspahić Vahid Hidajet 1981
Memišević Edin Ibrišim 1981
Vilić Nihada Hamdija 1981
Beširević Fuad Uzeir 1980
Fejzić Jasmina Derviš 1980
Ibišević Indira Islam 1980
Last name First name Father’s name Year of birth
Kurspahić Almir Hidajet 1980
Ferić Sabahudin Mehmedalija 1979
Gazibara Amir Mujo 1979
Hadžihalilović Jasmin Faik 1979
Hodžić Fata Salko 1979
Kurspahić Aida Hidajet 1979
Kurspahić Enesa Eniz 1979
Murtić Damir Šaban 1979
Šehić Faruk Rasim 1979
Aljušević Mersiha Nusret 1978
Memišević Meliha Ibrišim 1978
Menzilović Saliha Salko 1978
Avdić Jasmin Juso 1977
Dervišević Samir Nurko 1977
Fejzić Jasmin Derviš 1977
Hadžić Almir Mustafa 1977
Hasečić Nermin Remzo 1977
Mujezinović Mevsud Šaban 1977
Smajlović Kemal Safet 1977

BOSNIAK WOMEN & CHILDREN BURNED ALIVE BY SERBS AROUND SREBRENICA

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on December 24, 2008 by visegrad92
Borrowed from Srebrenica Genocide Blog. The pictures below refer to our earlier post.
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The events preceding and leading to the Srebrenica genocide included unprecedented levels of cruelty committed by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica against the civilian Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) population of the Podrinje.

In order to prolong the suffering of innocent victims, Serbs around Srebrenica would barricade Bosniak women, children, and elderly men in abandoned houses and then set them on fire alive.

Those who tried to escape would be fired upon and killed. The youngest victim was 2 days old baby whose remains contained multiple bullet holes. Some babies died in their mothers’ wombs as you can see in forensic photos provided below. According to numerous testimonies presented at the ICTY, main organizers of these crimes were Mitar Vasiljevic, Milan Lukic, and Sredoje Lukic.

Forensic evidence was collected by the U.N. war crimes investigators. The remains of victims were analyzed by the Department of Pathology at the University Clinical Center Tuzla and archived by Genocid.org project

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PHOTO: Remains of a pregnant Bosniak woman and her unborn baby excavated from a mass grave Suha in the Srebrenica region, near Bratunac. Fetus body was preserved in mother’s womb with tiny legs and undeveloped brain clearly visible. The woman was barricaded in an abandoned house and then set on fire by Bosnian Serbs. When she tried to escape, she was shot with a single bullet to her stomach. In 1992, Serbs barricaded approximately 150 Bosnian Muslim women, children, and elderly men in two abandoned houses located in the Srebrenica region near Visegrad and then burned them alive. Zehra Turjacanin was the only survivor from the burning house in Bikavac and recently she testified ‘what it feels like to burn alive’ at the trial of Milan and Sredoje Lukic.

PHOTO: Pathologists at the University Clinical Center Tuzla examine remains of a pregnant Bosniak woman and her unborn baby found in mother’s womb. The woman was barricaded in an abandoned house and then set on fire by Bosnian Serbs. When she tried to escape, she was shot with a single bullet to her stomach. The victims were excavated from the mass grave Suha in the Srebrenica region, near Bratunac. The events preceding and leading to the Srebrenica genocide included unprecedented levels of cruelty committed by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica against the civilian Bosnian Muslim population of the Podrinje. In July 1995, crimes against humanity had culminated in a crime of genocide when Serbs overtook Srebrenica, summarily executed between 8,372 and 10,000 Bosniaks (men, children, and elderly), and forcibly expelled more than 20,000 people in a U.N.-assisted case of ethnic cleansing.

PHOTO: Remains of a pregnant Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) woman and her unborn baby excavated from the mass grave Suha in Srebrenica region, near Bratunac. Baby’s undeveloped head, fingers, and legs are clearly visible. The woman was barricaded in an abandoned house and then set on fire by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica. When she tried to escape, she was shot with a single bullet to her stomach.

PHOTO: Pathologists at the University Clinical Center Tuzla show remains of a pregnant Bosniak woman and her unborn baby. She was barricaded in an abandoned house and then set on fire by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica. When she tried to escape, she was shot with a single bullet to her stomach.

PHOTO: Remains of a Bosniak woman and her unborn baby excavated from the mass grave Suha in the Srebrenica region, near Bratunac. Baby’s undeveloped body was preserved in mother’s womb. She was barricaded in an abandoned house and then set on fire by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica. When she tried to escape, she was shot with a single bullet to her stomach.

PHOTO: Pathologist at the University Clinical Center Tuzla inspects remains of unborn Bosniak baby that was found in a womb of a murdered mother. The woman was barricaded in an abandoned house and then set on fire by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica. When she tried to escape, she was shot with a single bullet to her stomach. The victims’ remains were excavated from the mass grave Suha in Srebrenica region, near Bratunac.

PHOTO: Remains of a baby bottle and baby clothing containing multiple bullet holes were excavated from the mass grave Suha in the Srebrenica region, near Bratunac. The Bosniak victims were barricaded in an abandoned house, set on fire, and burned alive in 1992 by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica.

PHOTO: Remains of a baby bottle and baby clothing containing multiple bullet holes were excavated from the mass grave Suha in the Srebrenica region, near Bratunac. The Bosniak victims were barricaded in an abandoned house, set on fire, and burned alive in 1992 by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica.

PHOTO: Remains of a baby bottle and baby clothing with a bullet hole were excavated from the mass grave Suha in the Srebrenica region, near Bratunac. The Bosniak victims were barricaded in an abandoned house, set on fire, and burned alive in 1992 by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica.

PHOTO: Remains of Bosniak children killed by Serbs around Srebrenica. The victims were barricaded in an abandoned house, set on fire, and burned alive by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica in 1992. The victims’ remains were excavated from the mass grave Suha in the Srebrenica region, near Bratunac.

PHOTO: Remains of a Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) child and a baby killed by Serbs around Srebrenica. The victims were barricaded in an abandoned house, set on fire, and burned alive by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica in 1992. The victims’ remains were excavated from the mass grave Suha in the Srebrenica region, near Bratunac.

PHOTO: Remains of Bosniak children killed by Serbs around Srebrenica. The victims were barricaded in an abandoned house, set on fire, and burned alive by Bosnian Serbs around Srebrenica in 1992. The victims’ remains were excavated from the mass grave Suha in the Srebrenica region, near Bratunac.

PHOTO: Dignitaries and forensic workers attend process of exhumation of victims from the mass grave Suha around Srebrenica, near Bratunac. Bosnian Muslim victims – women, children, and elderly men – were barricaded in abandoned houses and then set them on fire alive. Those who tried to escape were shot and killed.

PHOTO: Dignitaries and forensic workers attend process of exhumation of victims from the mass grave Suha around Srebrenica, near Bratunac. Bosnian Muslim victims – women, children, and elderly men – were barricaded in abandoned houses and then set them on fire alive. Those who tried to escape were shot and killed.

PHOTO: Dignitaries and forensic workers attend process of exhumation of victims from the mass grave Suha around Srebrenica, near Bratunac. Bosnian Muslim victims – women, children, and elderly men – were barricaded in abandoned houses and then set them on fire alive. Those who tried to escape were shot and killed.