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Bosnian-Serb PM Milorad Dodik Sends Letter of Support to Israel

Julia Gorin has the exclusive. died for this?

Thanks to Aleksandar in Belgrade for the translation from the
Serbian-language site “Vladars.net” (Jan. 17):

Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad Dodik Sends Letter of Support to
Israel

Prime Minister of Serb Republic, Milorad Dodik yesterday sent a letter of
support to Israeli President Shimon Peres. Prime Minister Dodik in his letter
conveys his understanding of the precarious position of Israel and its citizens,
at the same time giving full support to the Israeli effort to ensure security
and peace to the Israeli people.

Dodik states in his letter that the Serb Republic (Republika Srpska) does not
support anti- Israel demonstrations and gatherings that have been organized in
the other part of Bosnia (the Muslim-Croat Federation).

Prime Minister Dodik at the same time expresses his belief that soon a
long-term peaceful solution will be found for the conflict in which Israel finds
itself.

For speaking in support of Israel, Dodik was reproached by Bosnia’s
Muslim-dominated state-run television, as Andy Wilcoxson informs:

Bosnian Serb PM sends letters of support to Israeli president
BBC
Monitoring Europe (Political) – January 19, 2009 Monday

Text of report by Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation public TV, on 17 January

[Presenter Sanjin Beciragic]

[Bosnian] Serb Republic premier Milorad Dodik has sent a letter of support to
Israeli President Simon Peres, expressing understanding for, as he called it,
the difficult position in which Israel and its citizens find themselves. At the
same time he expressed his full support for efforts to secure peace and security
for the people of Israel. The letter says that the RS [Serb Republic] does not
endorse the anti-Israeli protests and events organized in the other part of B-H
[Bosnia-Hercegovina], i.e. in the Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation.

Mr Dodik perhaps needs reminding that Israel has killed more than 1,000
civilians in Gaza so far, including 300 children.

Dodik was further condemned by Bosnia’s two main Muslim parties:

Bosnian opposition party condemns Serb PM’s support for
Israel

BBC Monitoring Europe (Political) – January 19, 2009 Monday

Text of report by Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation public TV, on 17 January

[Presenter Sanjin Beciragic] The SDP [Social Democratic Party] have reacted
[to letter of support by Bosnian Serb Republic PM Milorad Dodik to Israeli
President Simon Peres] saying that by justifying the Israeli bombing of Gaza,
Milorad Dodik actually justifies the policy of killing innocent civilians
pursued in this region by his idols as personified by Radovan Karadzic and Ratko
Mladic.

Main Bosnian Muslim party calls Serb PM’s Israel support “moral
plunge”

BBC Monitoring Europe (Political) – January 19, 2009 Monday

Text of report by Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation public TV, on 18 January

[Presenter Mersiha Novalic]

The SDA [Party of Democratic Action], too, reacted today to a letter of
support sent to the Israeli president by Bosnian Serb Republic Premier Milorad
Dodik. They believe that Dodik’s letter represents the ultimate expression of a
moral plunge of the inhumane principle running counter to civilization, to which
Dodik subscribes, while thousands of civilian victims are still being counted in
Gaza. The press release says that these values of Dodik’s cannot and are not
shared by any reasonable person, including the Serb people in
Bosnia-Hercegovina. Every person naturally distinguishes between good and evil,
and even more so [discerns] the principle that innocent people must not be
subjected to massive killing for the sake of a political idea, notes the press
release.

My fellow Americans, please bear in mind that it is the latter mentality that
your government is working to centralize in Bosnia-Hercegovina by changing the
country’s two parts into a single entity, eventually dissolving the Serb half.

On a related note, Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff, of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Jerusalem,
has just been made an honorary citizen of the city of Novi Sad in
Serbia. Today is the last day of a three-day, first-ever major conference to be
launched by the center in Serbia on Holocaust history and education. Mr. Zuroff
received the honor on Monday.

Zuroff Novi Sad honorary citizen

20 January 2009 | 11:04 | Source: B92, Beta

NOVI SAD — Simon Wiesenthal Jerusalem Center Director Efraim Zuroff has been
awarded the title of an honorary citizen of Novi Sad.

The decision to confer the title was taken back in October of last year as a
token of gratitude and as recognition of Zuroff’s struggle for justice and
truth.

For years, he has led the fight to find and bring Nazi Second World War
criminals to justice.

Accepting the title, Zuroff said that the political will to bring these
criminals to trial was fading fast, but stressed that Nazi war crimes never
expired and that the perpetrators of these crimes had to be brought to
account.

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