Bosniak leader accuses Serbia

SARAJEVO -- Serbia has dispatched a diplomatic note to Bosnia demanding an end of a campaign against the International Court of Justice ruling.

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  1. Pot calling kettle black. I didn't see Haris demanding that Naser Oric be sent to the Hague for his crimes around Srebrenica and elsewhere.
    (PB, 30 April 2007 18:53)

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  2. 15 years ago was 30th April 1992. The FRY was only established on 28th April 1992. Srebrenica didn't happen until 1995. The judgement doesn't anywhere mention Serbia not submitting all documents.
    (Philip Davies, 30 April 2007 19:51)

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  3. This is becoming absurd. Bosnia seems to be suffering from a severe case of the Münchhausen Syndrome. Now that the world spotlight is no longer on Bosnia, they are creating a conflict just for the sake of media attention. Silajdžić is so used to crying out to the court of world opinion with his lies and manipulating half-truths that he is unable to accept a legitimate court ruling of the ICJ. Now he's turning back to his childish pouting and media manipulation in order to get his way.

    Let's face it, there were no saints in this war and all sides are guilty of atrocities. The ICJ ruled that Bosnia had no legitimate case against Serbia and in the hopes of aiding reconciliation, threw out Bosnia's case. Silajdžić is trying to prove the court wrong by attempting to reignite old ethnic conflicts and stir up tension in the country. If there is a loss of peace in the future, it can only be attributed to people like this who refuse to move on and refuse to live in peace.
    (dmr, 30 April 2007 20:38)

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  4. PB: The always verbose Haris would never ask that Nasir Oric be sent to the Hague because, as everyone knows, only the Bosnian Muslims were victims.

    And when Muslims and Albanians kill Serbian civilians, women and children included, it's dismissed as simple "revenge".

    Indeed, the pot calling the kettle black.
    (Nicholas Thompson, 30 April 2007 20:44)

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  5. Exactly, PB. The Bosniaks, like the K-Albanians, only see their side. When Oric is sentence fairly for his war crimes, and Ceku and Thaci go to the Hague, then I think Serbia should something about Mladic. But before that, NO!
    (svojgazda, 30 April 2007 22:07)

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  6. More hot air from Bosnians, oh well...none of Serbia's concern. They were exonerated and thats that. Good work Serbia for defending your selves.
    (Montenegro, 30 April 2007 22:24)

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  7. What a pile of rubish.This Silajdžić wants to abolish the RS and demands Serbs fall in line and immediatly come under Muslim rule.Based on this guys track record it is no wonder the Serbs and Croats do not want to live in today Bosna.As long as he acts hostile and uses the Srebrenica Muslims for his political gain there will not be a unified Bosna.It seems that when the front lines froze in the 90s so did the mentality that was held by Izetbegovic,Karadic and Boban.
    (Jovanz, 1 May 2007 06:39)

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  8. But Naser was there, wasn't he?
    (bosanka, 1 May 2007 13:19)

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  9. Siljadzic can shut the heck up. When I see a admitance of ethnic cleansing and attempted genocide by Muslims against Serbs in Sarajevo, around Srebrenica such as Skelane,Kravica etc. In Bihac in Central Bosnia, in Mostar. Etc
    (Andrija, 1 May 2007 22:45)

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