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English13/05/2020

IDENTIFYING ANTI-FASCISTS WITH "GOLDEN LILIES" - GROTESCQUE

 

BELGRADE, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - SDA Leader Bakir Izetbegović has tendentiously huge holes in his knowledge of history, thus identifying anti-fascists in BiH from the Second World War, who were mostly Serbs, with members of the so-called BiH Army in the 1990s war, who committed mass crimes against Serbs, is grotesque, says historian Aleksandar Raković.

 

Raković emphasizes that the role of "golden lilies" in the BiH 1990s war is well known.
"Izetbegović and his ilk should stick to what they know, instead of talking nonsense," Raković told SRNA, commenting on the efforts of Bosniak leaders, especially Bakir Izetbegović, to identify the Allies' fight against fascism in World War II with the fight of the so-called BiH Army against the Serbs during the civil war.

He stated that the intent of Izetbegović, as well as Bosniak member of the BiH Presidency, Šefik Džaferović, who gave a similar statement, shows not only the intention to revise history, but also absurd ignorance.

"One should stick to what one knows, instead of talking nonsense ... Bakir Izetbegović does not know it, but we will try to introduce him to it. The Bosniak, Muslim movement in the Second World War was an ally of the Nazis and the Ustashas", said Raković.

According to him, there is no logic in linking the Islamic fundamentalist movement such as the Bosniaks’ in the Second World War to the People's Liberation Struggle /NOB/ and the anti-fascist movement.

"This is absurd and completely incorrect because the Muslims who were partisans mostly declared themselves as Serbs or Yugoslavs by nationality, which is not the case with Bakir Izetbegović, unlike his father who for some time declared himself a Serb," Raković pointed out.

On the occasion of May 9, the Victory Day, which is also marked in FBiH as the day of "golden lilies", SDA Leader Bakir Izetbegović said that it was a day of remembering the victory of allied armies, including "BiH partisans" over the military forces of fascism, but that the case of BiH showed that this victory over fascism did not end on May 9, 1945.

In his opinion, "the struggle of the allied armies and the Army of the Republic of BiH reminds us that a real military force is needed for a just fight, and that only such a force can stop fascist projects." /end/vos