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Entry Title Date
Equality For All December 1, 2014
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"Just before coming over, I was hearing about a Bosnian man that was beat to death with a hammer. It is senseless, just senseless. I don’t even know the cause of his being killed there in Missouri."
Bosnia Today September 18, 2014
Christopher Smith, R-NJ
"Significant leadership by Bosnian leaders is going to be absolutely necessary to break through the stalemate created by ethnic interests, and, of course, the United States must do its part to ensure that the Bosnian dream of a robust democracy, respect for the fundamental human rights, and rule of law is reached. I respectfully submit that delay is denial and that the Bosnians deserve better."
Department Of Defense Military Construction And Veterans Affairs, And Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2013 March 14, 2013
John McCain, R-AZ
"A few months ago, The Washington Post interviewed a young Bosnian man who had survived the genocide of Srebrenica in 1995. This is how he sees the ongoing slaughter in Syria:"
A Tribute To Dr. Kamel Fuad Muakkassa May 17, 2012
Dan Burton, R-IN
"Dr. Muakkassa most recently served as Associate Clinical Professor in Neurosurgery at Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (presently NEOMED). He also served as Chief of the Neurosurgery division at Barberton Citizens Hospital and Mercy Medical Center. He is published in peer review journals and received multiple awards including the Summit County Award of Excellence for Outstanding Medical Services to the Community, Teacher of the Year Award and the award for medical services to the Bosnian war victims. He was also a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), the Congress of Neurosurgeons (CNS), Summit County Medical Society, Ohio State Medical Association, International Society of Pediatric Neurosurgery, Ohio State Neurological Society and the Joint Section on Neuro-trauma and Critical Care of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons."
Bosnia Twenty Years After The War Began April 27, 2012
Steny Hoyer, D-MD
"The twentieth anniversary of the Bosnian conflict should not, however, be remembered only with remorse. It should also be a time for renewed commitment by all of us to learn from the past. In response to the Bosnian conflict, NATO made a decision to transition from a purely defensive alliance to one that operates “out-of-area” in a peacemaking and peacekeeping capacity for the sake of international security. In response to the conflict, the international community decided for the first time since World War II to bring to justice those who committed war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide. In response to what happened in Bosnia, we decided to start the technically difficult and emotionally agonizing task of locating missing persons, in order to bring closure to surviving friends and family and the traumatized communities and societies in which they live."

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