“The Hanging Woman”… The image that alerted the world to the worst massacre against Muslims

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In July 1995, this picture appeared on the front pages of newspapers around the world, it is the picture of the “Hanging Woman”, which alerted the world, highlighting the ugliness of the worst massacres against Muslims in Srebrenica.

The picture showed a woman in a white skirt and red jacket, hanging from a tree in a forest outside Srebrenica, eastern Bosnia, with the caption: “The Hanging Woman”.

The International Court in The Hague had issued the final ruling, a few days ago, to life imprisonment for the former military commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, Ratko Mladic; To complete the last chapters of the “Balkan Butcher”, who committed an “unspeakable” massacre, and paid the price for it for years of escape and suffering.

The final verdict was issued against Mladic, due to his accusation of genocide and crimes against humanity, which befell Bosnia and Herzegovina, the most prominent of which was the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, in which 8,000 Muslim men and young men were killed.

According to the British newspaper “The Guardian”; The image of the woman who committed suicide by hanging, in 1995, had an indescribable effect, to start the global campaign to hunt down Mladic, the thug who became known to the world after that.

This unidentified woman was one victim out of 100,000 killed, 20,000 to 50,000 women and girls raped, and 2.7 million displaced people.

After careful investigation, the heroine of the sad and world-shaking picture, Frida Osmanovic, was discovered at the age of 31, and her husband, Salman, 37, was among an estimated 8,000 men and boys taken and killed by Bosnian Serb forces from Srebrenica. .

In the photo, a woman in a red shirt and white skirt is shown hanging from a tree in the middle of a dense forest, with her head visible from behind.

The newspaper “The Guardian”, which published the picture on its front page in 1995: The picture was one of the strong reasons that alerted the world to the scale of the tragedy that Bosnia suffered at the time.

On November 16, 1995, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia indicted Radovan Karadzic, President of the Republika Srpska, and Ratko Mladic, the commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, of being directly responsible for the war crimes committed in July 1995 against the Muslim population of Srebrenica.

After international pressure, Mladic fled, and remained on the run for 16 years, until he was arrested in May 2011, in the village of Lazarevo in northern Serbia, under the name Milorad Komadic.

“The Hanging Woman”… The image that alerted the world to the worst massacre against Muslims

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In July 1995, this picture appeared on the front pages of newspapers around the world, it is the picture of the “Hanging Woman”, which alerted the world, highlighting the ugliness of the worst massacres against Muslims in Srebrenica.

The picture showed a woman in a white skirt and red jacket, hanging from a tree in a forest outside Srebrenica, eastern Bosnia, with the caption: “The Hanging Woman”.

The International Court in The Hague had issued the final ruling, a few days ago, to life imprisonment for the former military commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, Ratko Mladic; To complete the last chapters of the “Balkan Butcher”, who committed an “unspeakable” massacre, and paid the price for it for years of escape and suffering.

The final verdict was issued against Mladic, due to his accusation of genocide and crimes against humanity, which befell Bosnia and Herzegovina, the most prominent of which was the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, in which 8,000 Muslim men and young men were killed.

According to the British newspaper “The Guardian”; The image of the woman who committed suicide by hanging, in 1995, had an indescribable effect, to start the global campaign to hunt down Mladic, the thug who became known to the world after that.

This unidentified woman was one victim out of 100,000 killed, 20,000 to 50,000 women and girls raped, and 2.7 million displaced people.

After careful investigation, the heroine of the sad and world-shaking picture, Frida Osmanovic, was discovered at the age of 31, and her husband, Salman, 37, was among an estimated 8,000 men and boys taken and killed by Bosnian Serb forces from Srebrenica. .

In the photo, a woman in a red shirt and white skirt is shown hanging from a tree in the middle of a dense forest, with her head visible from behind.

The newspaper “The Guardian”, which published the picture on its front page in 1995: The picture was one of the strong reasons that alerted the world to the scale of the tragedy that Bosnia suffered at the time.

On November 16, 1995, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia indicted Radovan Karadzic, President of the Republika Srpska, and Ratko Mladic, the commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, of being directly responsible for the war crimes committed in July 1995 against the Muslim population of Srebrenica.

After international pressure, Mladic fled, and remained on the run for 16 years, until he was arrested in May 2011, in the village of Lazarevo in northern Serbia, under the name Milorad Komadic.

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Amidst a world of rape, murder and genocide وال

In July 1995, this picture appeared on the front pages of newspapers around the world, it is the picture of the “Hanging Woman”, which alerted the world, highlighting the ugliness of the worst massacres against Muslims in Srebrenica.

The picture showed a woman in a white skirt and red jacket, hanging from a tree in a forest outside Srebrenica, eastern Bosnia, with the caption: “The Hanging Woman”.

The International Court in The Hague had issued the final ruling, a few days ago, to life imprisonment for the former military commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, Ratko Mladic; To complete the last chapters of the “Balkan Butcher”, who committed an “unspeakable” massacre, and paid the price for it for years of escape and suffering.

The final verdict was issued against Mladic, due to his accusation of genocide and crimes against humanity, which befell Bosnia and Herzegovina, the most prominent of which was the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, in which 8,000 Muslim men and young men were killed.

According to the British newspaper “The Guardian”; The image of the woman who committed suicide by hanging, in 1995, had an indescribable effect, to start the global campaign to hunt down Mladic, the thug who became known to the world after that.

This unidentified woman was one victim out of 100,000 killed, 20,000 to 50,000 women and girls raped, and 2.7 million displaced people.

After careful investigation, the heroine of the sad and world-shaking picture, Frida Osmanovic, was discovered at the age of 31, and her husband, Salman, 37, was among an estimated 8,000 men and boys taken and killed by Bosnian Serb forces from Srebrenica. .

In the photo, a woman in a red shirt and white skirt is shown hanging from a tree in the middle of a dense forest, with her head visible from behind.

The newspaper “The Guardian”, which published the picture on its front page in 1995: The picture was one of the strong reasons that alerted the world to the scale of the tragedy that Bosnia suffered at the time.

On November 16, 1995, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia indicted Radovan Karadzic, President of the Republika Srpska, and Ratko Mladic, the commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, of being directly responsible for the war crimes committed in July 1995 against the Muslim population of Srebrenica.

After international pressure, Mladic fled, and remained on the run for 16 years, until he was arrested in May 2011, in the village of Lazarevo in northern Serbia, under the name Milorad Komadic.





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