So far, in the history of human society, genocide as the gravest of crimes against humanity and international law, including the Holocaust, has been continuously negated by individuals, certain groups and countries out of ideological, political and other reasons. Unfortunately, the genocide against Bosniaks in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the end of the twentieth century, including genocide in the territory of the United Nations safe zone of Srebrenica in July 1995, was not spared from genocide denial. Once again genocide denial is being spread by intellectuals such as academics. Professor Dr. Edward Herman, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and author of “The Massacre in Srebrenica: Evidence, Facts and Policy” is one of those intellectuals.
Open letter to professor doctor Edward Herman, denial of genocide against Bosniaks in the safe zone United Nation, Srebrenica, July 1995