On June 3, 2011 - Serbian war-criminal, known as “Butcher of Bosnia”, General Ratko Mladic pleaded ‘not guilty’ at the Hague tribunal (a Zionist-cnotrolled forum like Special Tribune on Lebanon) to all charges of Muslim genocide in the former Bosnia-Herzegovina in the 1990s.

Mladic is the third Serbian Christian war criminal arrested for leading Muslim genocide of Bosniak people. The other two were former Yugoslav President Slobodan (died in 2006 while being tried at the Hague) and former President of breakaway Serb Republic, Radovan Karadzic, who was arrested in July 2008 after 12 year living under Serbian government and army protection. All three of them were responsible for planning the seige of Sarajevo, which killed more than 10,000 civilians and creating 100,000 refugees and the slaughter at Srebrenica in 1995, killing more than 10,000 Muslim men and children while kidnapping hundreds of young Muslim women.

Why it took Belgrade over 16 years to apprehend Mladic? According to David Scheffer, former US ambassador at large for war crimes issues, says that NATO officials and Washington were not interested in bringing the Serb war criminals to justice.

“ The Implementation Force (IFOR) deployed to Bosnia and Herzegovina to enforce the Dayton agreement put 57,000 pairs of boots on the ground, including 20,000 U.S. soldiers. But Pentagon officials insisted that U.S. troops not be tasked with arresting indicted war criminals,” wrote Scheffer.

The news of Mladic’s arrest has brought joy to several Israel-Firsters who are calling for European Union to hug Serbia as soon as possible while keep Turkey out of the Judeo-Christian club. Crypto-Jewish French President Nicolas Sarkozy told the G8 summit in Deauville last month that “France wants the EU to this historic decision by clearly indicating that the future of Serbia is to integrate into the EU”. Catherine Ashton, EU’s Guru on foreign affairs, said four days ago in Belgrade that “we will approach Serbia’s entery to EU with renewed energy because of today. I look at the messages coming out of Brussels and European capitals to Serbia and hope that we will be able to move forward swiftly”. Johannes Swoboda, an Austrian member of European Parliament said: “The EU must react now in a possitive way. As soon as possible, the EU should give Serbia the status of EU membership candidate.

Turkey, Crotia, Macedonia and Montenegro are all EU candidates while Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina have applied for membership.

The genocide of Muslims in NATO’s ‘safe heaven’ Srebrenica was carried out by Serb forces while the NATO’s Dutch peacekeeping forces acted as bystanders. The Muslims were forced to march on foot over mountains to reach Gorazde 60 miles away. Women were separated from their male family members – who were hauled away in trucks and systematically butchered to death.

On February 26, 2007, the International Court of Justice declared that the forces of Serb Republic in Bosnia (SRPSKA) carried out ‘act of genocide’ in Srebrenica in July 1995. Every year, the survivors and family members of the Srebrenica genocide commemorate July 11 as Rememberance Day. On this day, the remains of those that have been found in the previous year are buried after formal funeral prayers (Janazah). The ceremony is held to act as a healing process for those that lost loved ones in one of the most gruesome acts of genocide in modern history of Europe since the Nazi era.

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