Farewell Bosnia

Bosnia and Herzegovina you are so many things. You are mountains, you are hills, you are Mediterranean, you are city. You still bare the scars of many wars and genocide however you are full of culture and spirit. The call to prayer is beautiful. The churches, mosques, and synagogues are ...

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How Do You Serve Justice for Genocide?

How do you serve justice for the atrocities of war? What is proper justice for the victims? For many of the survivors there is no such things as justice, they feel like there no place for justice at the hands of man and such things can only be handled by ...

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Skipping Rocks to Serbia

This trip has been filled with so many memorable moments and many more moments have yet to happen. We have been asked to write about the most memorable moment so far, and for me the most memorable moment has already been written about. Meeting Saliha and Hassan was the most ...

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Haunting 

     Bosnia and Herzegovina is beautiful: mountains and valleys of vibrant green as far as they eye can see. This beauty however is tainted with the remnants of the war. Nestled in these idyllic woods are mass graves of Bosniaks who lost their lives in the Srebrenica genocide of ’95. It ...

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Sarajevo Photos

 the overlook of Sarajevo   synagogue at the old Jewish Cemetery    Old town Sarajevo 

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First Days in Sarajevo

Sarajevo: roughly translated means castle around a field in Turkish. Sarajevo is a beautiful city of lush green trees, foothills of spotted with red-tiled roofs, with mountain peaks in the distance. The history and culture is so rich: minarets and steeple spot the skyline and cobblestones pave the streets. The ...

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