Protest letter to the MCFC Chairman

May 12, 2014

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Dear Chairman Al Mubarak,

On behalf of the victims of genocide and aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina residing in United States and Canada, we are writing to strongly protest the actions of two members of the Manchester City football squad during the team’s public celebrations of their second Premier League title in three years. Read more


CALL TO ACTION: White Armband Day

May 6, 2014

kbsa i igk dan bijelih traka 3ACTION ALERT: The Congress of North American Bosniaks {CNAB} and the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada {IGC} invite all friends of truth and justice in North America to show solidarity with victims of genocide committed in Prijedor.

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Bosnian NGOs ask Croatian President to take action against his adviser Dejan Jovic

January 19, 2014


Bosniak NGOs ask Croatian president to take action against his adviser Dejan Jovic, who denies that genocide was committed against Bosniaks the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina and downplays the responsibility of the Serbian policy of territorial expansion for the war in the former Yugoslavia. Read more


ACTION ALERT: Tell the Simon Wiesenthal Center to Apologize For Genocide Denial

January 2, 2014

holocaust-and-srebrenica-genocide-denialCALL TO ACTION:

On behalf of Bosniaks in the U.S. and Canada and survivors of the Bosnian genocide, we call to action all friends and people of good will to protest the comments made by Efraim Zuroff in which he is denying the genocide in Srebrenica and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Read more


Protest Letter to the Simon Wiesenthal Center Regarding Genocide Denial by Effraim Zuroff

December 30, 2013


 View Letter  in PDF  On behalf of Bosniaks in the U.S. and Canada and survivors of the Bosnian genocide, we protest the comments made by one of your activists Effraim Zuroff denying the genocide in Srebrenica and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Serb nationalist newspapers reported today that Mr. Zuroff publicly denied that genocide took place in Bosnia-Herzegovina. According to their media, he stated there was no genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina, thus reducing himself to a genocide denier Read more


Statement on the reported agreement between SDA and HDZ leaders regarding the implementation of the Sejdic-Finci ruling

September 19, 2013

SEJDIC-FINCIThe Congress of North American Bosniaks (CNAB) expresses deep concern about the alleged agreement between president of SDA,  Sulejman Tihic, and president of HDZ, Dragan Covic, regarding the implementation of the judgment in Sejdic-Finci case. This agreement is against the interests of the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, its people and citizens and represents further nationalist division of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian electoral landscape and its its social fabric. Read more


Action Alert: Protest Against Genocide Denier Michael Parenti

January 26, 2013

Michael Parenti, a self-proclaimed “Balkan Revisionist” and author of To Kill a Nation: The Attack on Yugoslavia explicitly denies that genocide, systematic rape of women and girls and ethnic cleansing ever took place in BiH.Dr. Parenti places the blame on Bosniaks for the Genocide in Srebrenica and other massacres that took place throughout the war of aggression on BiH. As a result of his denial, Dr. Parenti has publicly disregarded that between 20,ooo and 50,000 Bosniak women were raped during the three year war of aggression on BiH. Read more


IGC International Expert Team Letter to the Secretary General of the UN

January 24, 2013

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Your Excellency,

The Serbian war song and military march known as “March on Drina River”, written by Stanislav Binicki arose after the initial success of the Serbian army in the first year of World War I during the battles against the Austro-Hungarian Army.  On 14 September 1914 the Serbian Army, in cooperation with the Montenegrin forces launched an offensive across the Drina River to Sarajevo, Vlasenica and southeastern Bosnia, where they committed the atrocities against Bosniaks. Read more


Protest letter to the USHMM Council regarding Michael Dobbs

September 3, 2012

The United States Holocaust Memorial Council
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2126

Dear Members of the USHMM Council:

On behalf of the survivors of ethnic cleansing and genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) we are writing to express our deep concerns regarding the offensive and hurtful statements made by USHMM Fellow, Mr. Michael Dobbs. Read more


ACTION ALERT – Register to vote in Prijedor

May 25, 2012

Genocide and other forms of crimes against humanity and international law in the area of ​​Prijedor municipality lasted continuously during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1992-1995. The results was 3,173 civilians killed including 102 children, 256 women, and more than 31,000 people  imprisoned in concentration death camps. More than 53,000 people were victims of ethnic cleansing, persecution and deportation. In just three months 94% of Bosniak people were killed or expelled from the Prijedor municipality. Read more


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