Bosnia and Herzegovina: Rise of the Caliphate
During the Bosnian war, thousands of Serbs faced execution and imprisonment. Nearly every Serb family has a friend or relative who survived the massacres at the hands of Bosnian Muslims. Almost three decades after the war, victims of mujahedeen atrocities try to shed light on the background to the conflict. Former UN employee and deputy head, International Commission for Investigating the Sufferings of Serbs in Sarajevo, Viktor Bezruchenko, explains why the US and NATO turned a blind eye to Serbs’ suffering and continued to supply weapons to the warriors of jihad.