24 August 1992 “The struggle for the liberation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will start here,” says President of the Cazin Executive Council Muhamed Osmanagic. “Bosnia’s fate cannot be discussed without the Moslems. If necessary, we will fight against the Croats too.” “It will probably be necessary,” adds a colleague. Osmanagic and his friends represent what […]

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