Bosnian Muslims

New Light on Bosnian Jews During World War II by Stephen Schwartz

The Huffington Post April 21, 2016 The fate of Bosnian Jews during the Holocaust has attracted significant attention from historians and other commentators. According to a standard work, Bosnia: A Short History, published in 1994 by the distinguished British scholar…
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The Two Faces of Europe The Hague Acquittal of Vojislav Šešelj and the Death of Imre Kertész by Stephen Sylejman Schwartz

Illyria [New York]  April 4, 2016 Exclusive to Illyria The final week of March brought news that revealed the degree to which Europe has fallen into crisis. First, on March 31, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY),…
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Bosnian Serb Leader Radovan Karadžić Sentenced to 40 Years in Prison by Stephen Schwartz

The Weekly Standard Blog  March 25, 2016 Radovan Karadžić has been convicted and sentenced to 40 years’ imprisonment for genocide and other crimes, by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague. He was the political…
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Francis in Sarajevo by Stephen Schwartz

First Things November 2015 On Saturday, June 6, Pope Francis ­visited Sarajevo, the ­capital of partitioned Bosnia-Hercegovina. Although treated by international media as a typical papal tour, the event strengthened the potential of the Croat Catholic hierarchy in Bosnia to…
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Malice in Dallas by Stephen Schwartz

As predicted by many, a horrifying new outrage has been added to the annals of radical Islam. In Garland, Texas, a Dallas suburb, on Sunday, May 3, two men were killed by police after the pair fired at an event…
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