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Introduction for 25th Anniversary of Srebrenica Campaign:

“2 5   Y e a r s   o n  :  L e s s o n s   f r o m
S r e b r e n i c a”


  WOMEN'S SECTION CENTRAL MEDIA OFFICE OF HIZB UT TAHRIR

On the 11th July, 1995, Serb forces invaded the Muslim enclave of Srebrenica in Bosnia in which tens of thousands of Muslims had taken refuge from the Serbian army’s offensive in north-eastern Bosnia. The town had been designated as a “safe area” by the United Nations (UN) and declared as being under UN protection. In the days following the capture of Srebrenica, 8000 Muslim men and boys were executed in cold blood by the Serbs. It was described as the worst atrocity on European soil since World War 2. Alongside the massacre, 25 to 30,000 Muslim women, children and elderly were expelled from the town as part of the Serb’s brutal campaign of ethnic cleansing of Muslims from lands bordering the Republic of Serbia. The Muslims of Srebrenica were promised protection by the UN but that protection never came. They were promised that western governments would halt the Serb onslaught through NATO but that help never materialised.

The Srebrenica genocide was only one of the litany of atrocities committed by Serb forces against the Bosnian Muslims in the Bosnian war while the governments of the world – Muslim and non-Muslim - watched on.

In the years following the Srebrenica massacre, the world promised, “Never Again” and that lessons would be learnt from this dark stain in modern history. However, today we see the slaughter and crimes of the Bosnian war and the Srebrenica genocide replicated against Muslims in lands across the world – including in Syria, Myanmar, Kashmir, Palestine, Yemen, East Turkestan and India while the world again watches on. The Prophet (saw) said:

«لاَ يُلْدَغُ الْمُؤْمِنُ مِنْ جُحْرٍ وَاحِدٍ مَرَّتَيْنِ»

“The believer does not allow himself to be stung twice from the same hole.” So, what are the true lessons that should be learnt from this human tragedy? How can the remembrance of the brutal events of the past help us to reshape our future as Muslims to achieve security and justice? How can we break the legacy of genocides which afflict our Ummah…so that history does not continue to repeat itself?

This campaign launched by the Women’s section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir hopes to address these issues.

 Dr. Nazreen Nawaz

Director of the Women's Section of the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

Monday, 15 Dhu al-Qi'dah 1441 AH corresponding 6 July 2020 CE

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 Press Release from The Women’s Section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

Launch a Campaign on the 25th Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide:
“2 5   Y e a r s   O n :  L e s s o n s   f r o m   S r e b r e n i c a”
Monday, 15 Dhu al-Qi'dah 1441 AH Corresponding 6 July 2020 CE
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25 Years of Painful Memory in Srebrenica: Motivation Not to Relent in the Call for Re-establishing the Khilafah our True Guardian and Shield and NOT the United Nations

Ali Nassoro Ali
Member of the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

27 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 18 July 2020 CE

Justice and Protection for Muslims will only be Achieved Under the Khilafah

The Wounds of Muslims will only Heal with the Return of the Khilafah

Zeinah As-Samit

26 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 17 July 2020 CE

Khilafah is Designed to Maintain the Complete Justice and Provide True Protection to the Humankind

Amanah Abed

26 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 17 July 2020 CE

The Pious Military Officers Love Jihad, Seeking Martyrdom or Victory for the Pleasure of Allah (swt)

Musab Umair – Pakistan

25 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 16 July 2020 CE

 Srebrenica 25 Years On... When Will We Stop Saying ‘Never Again’ to Genocides Against Our Ummah?

Dr. Nazreen Nawaz
Director of the Women’s Section in The Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

25 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 16 July 2020 CE

 25 years of Srebrenica wound that has not yet healed

Bilal Al-Muhajer – Pakistan

25 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 16 July 2020 CE

“And those who disbelieved are allies of one another.”
The Bosnian War is a Model

Bara’ah Manasrah

24 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 15 July 2020 CE

 Srebrenica and the future of the Muslims in Europe

Okay Pala
Media Representative of Hizb ut Tahrir in The Netherlands

22 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 13 July 2020 CE

Swapping One Evil for Another: The UN will not protect Muslims

Fatima Musab
Member of the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

22 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 13 July 2020 CE

The Futility of Putting our Trust in the United Nations

Yasmin Malik
Member of the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

22 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 13 July 2020 CE

 Lessons from the Tragedies of the Bosnian War

Tsuroyya Amal Yasna
Member of the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

20 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 11 July 2020 CE

Nationalism is the Driving Force of Bloody Balkanization in Muslim Lands

Dr. Fika Komara
Member of the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

19 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 10 July 2020 CE

Lessons from the History of Balkans: Islam grants Peace and Security - Nationalism brings Genocide and Destruction

Zehra Malik
Member of the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

16 Dhul Qiddah 1441 AH - 07 July 2020 CE

 
 
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PANEL DISCUSSION:
“25 Years On: Lessons from the Srebrenica Genocide”
 
July 11, 2020

On the 11th July, 1995, Serb forces invaded the Muslim enclave of Srebrenica in Bosnia in which tens of thousands of Muslims had taken refuge from the Serbian army’s offensive in north-eastern Bosnia. The town had been designated as a “safe area” by the United Nations (UN) and declared as being under UN protection. In the days following the capture of Srebrenica, 8000 Muslim men and boys were executed in cold blood by the Serbs. It was described as the worst atrocity on European soil since World War 2. On the 25th anniversary of the massacre, this panel discussion seeks to address the lessons that should be learnt from this human tragedy so that the history of genocides and slaughter which afflicts the Muslim Ummah can be brought to an end and a future of security and justice established.
 
 
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