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BOXER FELIX STURM (ADNAN CATIC): “DON’T FORGET SREBRENICA”

July 13, 2009
WORLD CHAMPION IN BOXING PAYS TRIBUTE TO SREBRENICA GENOCIDE


Bosnian Adnan Catic is a WBA World Champion. He fights under the name Felix Sturm. You can see him showing a banner in remembrance of the Srebrenica genocide after he won against his challenger Khoren Gevor, both from Germany, during the WBA middleweight world champion boxing match at the Nuerburgring, Germany, on Saturday, July 11, 2009. Sturm defended his title.

Thank you Adnan Catic / Felix Sturm!
WE’RE PROUD OF YOU!

  1. Yakima_Gulag
    July 13, 2009 at 7:04 pm

    I was in Sarajevo last year for the burial of many victimes of the Massacre at Srebenica. I happened to be in my favorite internet club ,Easynet. I watched the burials of the victims on T.V. with one of the club worker/owners. She was in tears. It was a particularly dignified service. I sat, watched and then when it was over went to go use the computer there. I think maybe people who ran this cafe had relatives who were killed there.
    Here in America, it's hardly remarked on at all! My take is that if there'd been no Srebenica massacre, there might not have been a Sept. 11th.
    It was an unconscionable blow to a decent people, the Muslims of Bosnia.

  2. owen
    July 14, 2009 at 7:54 am

    Yakima Gulag, I believe along with you that the inhuman short-sightedness of Western politicians ended up costing the lives of their own citizens as well as those that were lost at Srebrenica.

    The abandonment of Bosnian Muslims to their fate was a significant factor in the radicalisation of the London Underground bombers and others.

    John Major and Douglas Hurd owe an apology – a sincere apology – to the victims of the 7th of July bombings as well as to the victims of Srebrenica and the survivors and relatives who live with the consequences year round, not just for a week in July.

  3. Srebrenica Genocide Blog Editor
    July 15, 2009 at 4:19 am

    "Here in America, it's hardly remarked on at all!"

    Yakima, it is our responsibility to raise the awareness of the Srebrenica genocide, concentration camps in Prijedor area, systematic attacks on Bosniak civilian population, widespread ethnic cleansing, destruction of Bosniak cultural monuments on a massive scale, deliberate destruction of Sarajevo's Oriental Instutute which housed one of the richest collections of Oriental manuscripts in the world (written over centuries in the wide areas of the East to serve as life manuals for the people all over the world) – all targeted, destroyed, burned, wiped from the face of history by the Bosnian Serb Army…. including other horrendous crimes that were planned, organized, and committed against the Bosniak people by the Bosnian Serb leadership who had received full logistical, moral, and every other help from Serbia.

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