Slaughter of Serbs near Srebrenica
The horror that Bosnian Serbs suffered at the hands of Muslims in the vicinity of Srebrenica is no secret. The Yugoslav State Commission for War Crimes submitted a 132 page study presenting this Serbian suffering as early as May 24, 1993 to the United Nations Security Council. Representatives of Republika Srpska (the Bosnian Serb Republic) were not allowed to submit similar documents because Republika Srpska was not recognized by the United Nations. Yugoslavia, as a UN member state (since 1945) and one of its founding nations, was allowed to submit this document.
The Security Council admitted the study as an official United Nations document. The document was given UN id numbers A/46/171 and S/25635 and dated 2 June 1993.
Many UN documents, crucial for understanding the civil wars in Bosnia in 1990's, were, on American insistence, declared classified. This is how the fact that Muslims -- and not Serbs -- were the ones who committed the infamous atrocities in Sarajevo breadline, and Markale market still officialy remains a secret.
Here presented UN document was not declared classified.. Its distribution was marked "General." Any Western journalist could have stopped by room GA57 in the basement of the U.N. Building at the corner of 46th Street and 1st Ave. in New York and gotten a copy. Or they could just called the U.N. Public Inquiry Office at (212) 963-4475 and ordered it.
Purposely no Western media EVER mentioned this document as it clearly shows that Serbian civilians were victims of the Muslim fanatics in the vicinity of Srebrenica - and not the other way around as Western media claims for more than decade now.
If the contents of this document are false, why didn't the Western media report it and refute it? Its suppression eloquently proclaims its validity and the dishonesty of the media that suppressed the very news of its existence.
We present it in its entirety. More. It is scanned in original form. You can print the PDF files and you will have a photo-copy of the original.
The UN Security Council Document:
MEMORANDUM ON WAR CRIMES
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Last revised: June 24, 2005