Outer-Bosnian programs of evil in Bosnian society Cover Image

Izvanbosanski programi zla u bosanskohercegovačkom društvu
Outer-Bosnian programs of evil in Bosnian society

Author(s): Adib Đozić
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Published by: Naučnoistraživački institut »Ibn Sina«
Keywords: pre-planned evil-doing external to Bosnia; the society of Bossnia and Herzegovina; stereotypes in judging Bosnia; ideological and political identities; national messianism

Summary/Abstract: Pre-planned evil-doing in the society of Bosnia and Herzegovina is part of the ideological and political identities that lie outside the country itself, the aims of which were to destroy the indigenous and autonomous multilateral nature of the society and state of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Since the Bosniacs are the historical and social product of the millennium-long society of the country, and constitute its quintessence, they were naturally enough the chief victims of these external designs to inflict harm on the country. The proponents of the destruction of this society saw both Bosnia and the Bosniacs in negative, stereotypical terms, so as to justify their malevolent plans. A critical demystification of the roots of evil in the society of Bosnia and Herzzegovina from the point of view of the country’s own experience should serve as a preventive against possible future plans of this kind in the country, which invariably comprise the crime of genocide against the Bosniacs.

  • Issue Year: 2004
  • Issue No: 22-23
  • Page Range: 132-147
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: Bosnian