Pembantaian Muslim di Srebrenica: Kuburan massal baru masih ditemukan, 25 tahun setelah pembunuhan massal – bbcindonesia
Genocide denial gains ground 25 years after Srebrenica massacre -theguardian
Even as remains continue to be identified, denialism is moving from far-right fringe into mainstream
Maher Zain – Srebrenica | Official Video
11 Juli 1995
Tragedi Pembantaian Ribuan Muslim di Srebrenica – tirto.id
Bosnians mark 25th anniversary of Srebrenica massacre | DW News
Srebrenica: Children being indoctrinated with genocide denial #25YearsSrebrenica #Srebrenica
Evidence from exhumations, demographic experts, intercepted communications, documents, victim testimony and perpetrator testimony led the Trial Chamber to the following irrefutable conclusions: that Bosnian Serb forces killed between 7,000 and 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys in July 1995; that the victims were either civilians or prisoners of war; that the massacre and the subsequent cover-up operation were planned and well-organised; and that it was an act of genocide. It is worthy of note that since the Judgement against General Radislav Krstić was handed down in August 2001, more evidence has emerged that affirms the Tribunal’s findings. Among them is the Report of the Republika Srpska Commission to Investigate Events in and around Srebrenica from 10 to 19 July 1995. The Commission’s report, which identifies 32 new mass graves, found that “in the period between 10–19 July 1995 many thousands of Bosnians were liquidat
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International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
klik (Film) Srebrenica Genocide: No Room For Denial
In July 1995, forces of the Army of the Republika Srpska, the VRS, invaded the town of Srebrenica, in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. In a few horrific days, more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim boys and men were taken to places of detention, abused, tortured and then executed. As their bodies fell into mass graves, the machinery of denial of those crimes was set into motion.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia-commonly referred to as the ICTY, investigated, prosecuted and passed judgement on those crimes.
This film tells that story.
Sexual Violence and the Triumph of Justice
The ICTY’s Outreach Programme today made its documentary film on the prosecution of wartime sexual violence available to online audiences across the world. Sexual Violence and the Triumph of Justice depicts the Tribunal’s historic role in the prosecution and adjudication of wartime sexual violence. It includes interviews with former and current senior staff members of the ICTY, as well as testimonies from witnesses and survivors of sexual violence, who gave evidence at numerous trials. As of today, the film is available through the Tribunal’s website, as well as on its YouTube channel.
This feature-length documentary was originally released in December 2011, with a gala premiere being held in The Hague in February 2012. In the ensuing months, the film was screened to audiences across the former Yugoslavia, where it met with universal praise. Speaking after the screening in Belgrade, Serbia, Marijana Toma, historian and representative of the Humanitarian Law Centre, said: “During the armed conflicts in the former Yugoslavia, rape and sexual violence were widely used as weapons of war. These crimes destroyed the dignity of the victims and inflicted permanent suffering upon them. Therefore it is very important that crimes of sexual violence have been addressed by the Tribunal and that such a level of attention has been paid to them. We should never forget the courage of the victims, both men and women, who found the strength to testify before the ICTY and thereby ensure that those responsible were made to face the truth about their terrible crimes.”
Originally released in English and Bosnian/ Croatian/ Serbian, the film was subsequently translated into French, Macedonian and Albanian, and will be available online in all of these languages. The production of this documentary forms part of the Tribunal’s efforts to raise awareness and understanding of the crimes committed during the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia, and its achievements in punishing those responsible and setting international legal precedents while doing so.
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Daftar Isi Perpustakaan Genosida 1965-1966
Road to Justice : State Crimes after Oct 1st 1965 (Jakartanicus)
Definisi yang diusulkan D. Nersessian (2010) untuk amandemen/ optional protocol Konvensi Anti-Genosida (1948) dan Statuta Roma (2000) mengenai Pengadilan Kejahatan Internasional. (disalin dari Harry Wibowo)