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Dutch UN safe area around Srebrenica during the Bosnian War
This controversial documentary by Norwegian director and independent journalists Ola Flyum and David Hebditch, talks about the events in Srebrenica and surrounding villages from 1992 to 1995, during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, when many Serbs were executed under the leadership of Naser Oric, after which more than 5,000 Muslim men were killed by the Serbian army.

Ola Flyum and David Hebditch made a film based on material recorded in the field and interviews with combatants and witnesses of this terrible event and brought a different picture of the Balkan tragedy. The sources were exclusively Muslim, and war survivors explained how they felt betrayed by their superiors in the game about the territories. From these testimonies we can clearly see that Muslim leaders were willing to sacrifice Srebrenica in order to get the area around Sarajevo. Throughout the film takes us a journalist Mirsad Fazlic who speaks with witnesses about the events in Srebrenica: Sefer Halilovic, a former commander of the Bosnian army; Miodrag Mica Urosevic, a combat cameraman in Bosnia; pathologist Dr Zoran Stankovic, a former minister of health and defense of Serbia, which talks about the massacre of Serbs; Hakija Meholjic, former chief of police in Srebrenica, which provide many details about the operation which was prepared by Alija Izetbegovic; Huso Sahilovic, former officer of the Bosnian army; Muhamed Filipovic, the former ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the UK...