Thursday, February 18, 2010

The Bosnian Muslim Government Reformed the Nazi SS Division Handzar under the command of Naser Oric in 1992

The Bosnian Muslim Government Reformed the Nazi SS Division Handzar under the command of Naser Oric in 1992. Naser Orić, (born March 3, 1967), is a former Bosnian Muslim military officer who commanded the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina  Handzar forces in the Srebrenica enclave in Eastern Bosnia surrounded by Serb forces, during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 2006, he was sentenced to two years' imprisonment by the Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Netherlands for failing to prevent the deaths of five and the mistreatment of eleven Bosnian Serb detainees during the period from late 1992 to early 1993 on the basis of superior criminal responsibility.  On New Year's Day 1994, all units under the command of Naser Orić were named the 8th Operative Group Srebrenica HQ, 2nd (Tuzla) Corps of the ABiH. On 12 July 1994, Orić was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General.

14 Nov 2008 15:26:38 GMT  Naser Oric, a former bodyguard of late Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic, has been sentenced to two years in prison by the Sarajevo court for illegal possession of weapons. Bosnia wartime commander charged with extortion. Source: Reuters.  SARAJEVO, The Sarajevo prosecutor's office charged the Bosnian Muslim wartime commander Naser Oric with extortion and illegal possession of weapons and explosive devices, local media reported on Friday. 

Muslim Naser Oric was arrested in October, three months after a U.N. war crimes tribunal overturned his conviction for failing to stop the murder of Bosnian Serbs more than a decade ago. "According to the indictment Oric is charged with extorting 240,000 Bosnian marka ($157,000) and possession of weapons and banned ammunition (old Nazi traits never end)," FENA news agency quoted Prosecutor Branko Sljivar as saying.  Oric, who organised the defence of the eastern enclave of Srebrenica during the 1992-95 war, was originally convicted in 2006 by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) for war crimes against Bosnian Serbs.

Wednesday, 01 July 2009 Naser Oric head of the Bosnian Muslim Government Reformed Nazi SS Division Handzar gets 2 years in prison, the wartime commander of Bosnian forces in Srebrenica, was sentenced by a Sarajevo court Wednesday to two years in prison for illegal possession of weapons and explosives. He was acquitted, however, of extortion charges. The sentence will include time he has already spent in custody.

Part of  "Srebrenica's Tough Guy" Naser Oric's appeal  (his photo above) is that he tells displaced Muslims what they want to hear. He will win them back their homes; he will avenge their dead mothers and fathers, raped sisters and cousins. "As long as I am in Srebrenica," he said, "it will never be Serb. We will protect the hearths of our people. We will never be Palestinians."

History Of The Bosnian Muslim Nazi 13th SS Handzar.

The association of Bosnian Muslims with Hitler’s Nazi regime is well-documented, and I have reported several times in this space on the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Mohammad Amin al-Husayni, who collaborated with the Nazis and helped organize a division of the Waffen SS made up of Bosnian Muslims.

The Bosnian Muslim Nazi 13th SS "Handzar" or "Handschar" division was a mountain infantry formation, known by the Germans as "Gebirgsjäger". The Kama Division was the second Bosnian Muslim (more) The Bosnian Muslim Nazi 13th SS "Handzar" or "Handschar" division was a mountain infantry formation, known by the Germans as "Gebirgsjäger". It was used to conduct operations against Yugoslav Partisans, Jews and Serbs in the Balkan Mountains.

The Kama Division was the second Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS Division formed by Heinrich Himmler (photo above with the Muslim Grand Mufti). The first Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS Division was the Handzar Division formed in 1943. The Kama and Handzar Divisions were formed by Himmler and Bosnian Muslim political leaders to advance the goals of Bosnian Muslim nationalism by achieving "autonomy" for a Bosnian Muslim state.

Kama and Handzar were perceived as the armed forces of a newly-emerging Bosnian Muslim autonomous statelet. Kama and Handzar are essential to any understanding of the development of Bosnian Muslim nationalism. Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler developed and originated this strategy or policy of using Islam to advance their geopolitical objectives.

The precursors to this policy can be found in the Austro-Hungarian Empire's exploitation and manipulation of Bosnian Muslim, Albanian Muslim, and Sandzak Muslim troops to advance its agendas in the Balkans. Hitler and Himmler developed this concept most fully and completely in the 20th century.

The historical antecedents and origins of Zbiniew Brzezinski's policies in arming and training the Afghan mujahedeen and Ossama bin Laden and Al-Qaeda can be traced to Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler. Bill Clinton was not the first to exploit the Islamic jihad to serve a national interest by allowing Al-Qaeda to infiltrate Bosnia from 1992 to 1995 and then Kosovo in 1998. The precursors and antecedents of this policy go back to Himmler and Hitler.

That most publicised event of the Yugoslav crisis, the ‘massacre of Srebrenica’ in the aftermath of its fall on July 11 1995, was pounced upon by the intruding West and its media as demonstrating the evil cruelty of the Serbs - as illustrated by Ted Koppel’s interview with Richard Holbrooke in the ‘New Yorker’ of November 1995, when Holbrooke said “The Vietcong were dedicated ideologues, committed to a long term struggle.. These guys [the Serbs] aren’t ideologues; they’re just murdering aholes”. (Remember, the Vietcong had killed over 58,000 Americans!). This was an alleged massacre of 8000 ‘Muslim men and boys’ - a figure apparently plucked from an atmosphere of ambivalence, based, as it was (according to James Bisset, Canadian ambassador to Yugoslavia in the early nineties) on a Red Cross report, dated September 13 1995, which “stated that 3000 Muslims had been taken prisoner by Serbian forces in Srebrenica and a further 5000 had fled to central Bosnia..” 

This ‘massacre of 8000’ is still awaiting confirmation to this day. On the other hand, very little attention was paid to the numerous massacres of Bosnian Serbs in the Srebrenica enclave between `92 and `93 by the Bosnian army ‘Handzar’ division under the command of Nasser Oric  (on horse in photo above), who had been appointed by Itzebegovic, as was revealed in the infamous kangaroo court known as the international Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Hague, which had been set up primarily to try Milosevic for ‘crimes against humanity’.

Suffice it to say here that, on February 12 2004, General Phillipe Morillon, who had been UN commander in Bosnia in 1992/1993, appeared before the ICTY as a witness in the trial of Milosevic. In his evidence, Morillon confirmed that the Srebrenica enclave had been used as a military base by the Bosnian Muslim army under the command of Naser Oric, adding that “Oric had engaged in attacks during Orthodox holidays and destroyed villages, massacring all the inhabitants. This created a degree of hatred that was quite extraordinary in the region, and this prompted the region of Bratunac...that is the entire Serb population - to rebel against the very idea that through humanitarian aid one might help the population that was present there.” There were several other such attacks, and Morillon concluded his evidence by stating that the fall of Srebrenica was due to the massacres committed by Oric’s forces in 1992 amd 1993.

Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.