HUDA PAR’s statement on Srebrenica Genocide
NEWS CENTER - HUDA PAR Headquarters, in the message that was published on the 22nd anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide, cursed the factions of the massacre and paid attention to the attitudes of Europe and the UN.
On the 22nd anniversary of the Srebrenica Massacre, therefore, in a message issued by the HUDA PAR Headquarters, “neither Europe nor the UN will take a step in favor of Muslims unless we submit to them,” said in the statement.
“We commemorate the anniversary of the massacre of more than 8 thousand men, women, children, and elderly Muslims people in Bosnia on July 11, 1995 by the Serbian army with sorrow. We wish mercy from Allah for those who were brutally massacred because they were Muslims in the middle of Europe, and curse their perpetrators.”
In the message reminded that the massacre was carried out in the place declared by the UN as the so-called ‘safe zone’, the following statements were made:
"More than 300 mass graves have been unearthed from the victims of this brutal massacre that carried out in a short period of 3 days. The bodies of more than 13 thousand people have been identified. In the Srebrenica Genocide, the largest massacre after World War II in Europe, all the men, children, young and old, who were in the so-called ‘safe zone’, were carried by buses to mass executions, and a great massacre took place in front of the eyes of the whole world.”
It is noted in the message that the attitude of the hypocritical West against the genocide is exemplary, “Genocide of Srebrenica which one of the darkest event in the humanity's history, has shown us this: Neither the Europe nor the EU will not take step for the interests of Muslims as long as we subject to their religion or submit to them. They will not give us the right to live in their world they the call civilization. Despite the perpetrators are known, the main responsibility of the Srebrenica massacre that lasted for over 22 years has not been brought to justice and the sufferings of the Muslims who are victims of the war have not been relief. Also the attitude of the hypocritical West is strange.” (ILKHA)