Tuesday, June 12, 2007


Finally, after 11 years, the Dutch Government and the UN have to answer about their role in allowing the Srebrenica's massacre to happen. In court.

A friend of mine, Hasan (a Bosnian) came from Srebrenica. I met him in Zagreb's mosque in 1998 which were (and still are) the focal point of the Muslim population in Zagreb. He's a refugee and was lucky enough to escape with his life when it happened. His father, all his male siblings and relatives were killed in that massacre.

I cant imagine how people like Hasan deals with the tragedy everyday for the rest of his life.

Hopefully, as a Malaysian, I dont have to.

Just a year before that, between April and July 1994, in a short period of 4 months, an estimated 800,000 people were killed in Rwanda. The UN Secretary General acknowledged UN failure in 1998 to prevent the genocide. It's endless.


Winged Acrophobic said...
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Winged Acrophobic said...

Human beings can be so passionate about almost anything: lust, desire, hate, religion, race, politics, et cetera; that they are capable of such countless, heinous atrocities. If only more can be passionate about being compassionate.......

akula said...

Winged A: Spread the love man. If I can get at least one person to think about it, like you bro, I am happy. At least these things I wrote nampaklah berobjektif sikit.