With United Nations’ Dutch Soldiers connivance
Bosnian Muslims observed the twenty fourth anniversary of the genocide of 8372 Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica by Serbian soldiers.
Starting from July 11, 1995, for three days, the ethnic Serb forces gunned down Muslim men and boys in and around Srebrenica. The sight of their broken bodies lining roadsides, strewn across fields and dumped into mass graves forced the world’s eyes onto a broader campaign of ethnic cleansing.
It all started when five Muslims were killed in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo during a peaceful protest. Thus began the killing spree which ended up as the first ever genocide in Europe since World War 11. Some reports said around 100,000 were killed while others estimated the number at around 300,000 though no one knows to date the exact number of Muslims perished.