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Genocidal rape in Bosnia-Herzgovina.
Journalism & Communication
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Genocidal rape in Bosnia-Herzgovina Genocidal rape in Bosnia-Herzgovina is one of the most intense, terrifying, and grave genocidal accounts that history can provide. Causes of the genocidal rape in Bosnia-Herzgovina can be traced back to the World War I when Yugoslavia disintegrated into several small countries, thus forming Bosnia as one of those countries.
Systematic mass rape and forced impregnation of women to cause pregnancy was related to the policy of “ethnic cleansing” of the Serbian genocide. Methods used in the campaigns of ethnic cleansing included but were not limited to torture, murder, detention, arbitrary arrest, sexual assaults in general and rape in particular, extra-judicial executions, forcible removal, confinement of the civilians into the ghettos, civilian deportation and displacement, exposure of the civilians to deliberate military attacks, and property destruction. Widespread ethnic cleansing was accompanied with the outbreak of war from 1992 to 1995 in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnian Serbs forced Bosnian Muslims in large numbers along with some Bosnian Croats to flee their homes. There was also a small population of Bosnian Croats that conducted similar campaign against the Serbs and the Muslims, though they were far outnumbered by the violent Serbs. In the start of 1991, Balkans saw political upheavals displacing a total of nearly 2,700,000 people, 700,000 of which sought refuge in Europe. There was an obvious military intent behind the systematic policies of rape in conflict with the International Humanitarian Law adopted by the Serbs. ...
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