Saturday, July 11, 2009

Remembering Srebrenica

14 years have passed on the Srebrenica massacre or rather genocide , Srebrenica is considered  in Europe the largest and worst mass murder in Europe since WWII , more than 8000 men and boys were killed on ethnic basis. Every year on that particular day on the 11th of July another 500 coffins indentified by the international commission for missing persons through the DNA and other evidences will be bury by their relatives in a mass cemetery holding the victims of Srebrenica in a mourning celebration that re-opens wounds that never heal.

To this day only 6,186 of the massacre victims have be indentified only !!

These are couple of  photos from the anniversary today , you will parents crying their sons and you will find sons crying their dads, you will find children who were not born yet watching their history in wonder and may be also in a hidden fear whether it would happen again or not.


  1. I read a novel once written by a man who lived this tragedy scince it's very beginning, and I really wonder how an "ethnic cleansing of 25,000-30,000 refugees in the area of Srebrenica" can ever be forgotten.

  2. Thanks so much Zeinobia for sharing this. I am sharing an important Article published over the Gardian regarding this horrible massacre.


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