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Caught Behind the Lines: Bosniaks drafted into Serb army forced to assist in ethnic cleansing
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, p.A4
13 February 1993.
By Dusan Stojanovic
He is blind [photo], his face deformed by an explosion. He has been thrown out of his home and his country. As a Bosniak once forced by Serbs to fight his own people, he worries most about his honor.
“Maybe it’s better I cannot see myself in the mirror. I could not stand the reflection of shame and humiliation that I feel inside,” Sehovic said.
After the fighting erupted last year, rebel Serbs took Sehovic from his village near Trebinje in souther Bosnia and forced him to fight against Croats and his fellow Bosniaks. Read the rest of this entry »