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Archbishop of Canterbury Jul 7
This week we remember the 8372 Bosnian Muslim men and boys killed in in 1995, and all who mourn them. Those of us who follow Jesus, the Prince of Peace, must reject hatred and discrimination, especially when it's done in the name of Christian faith.
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Remembering Srebrenica - West Midlands Jul 13
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Haaretz.com Jul 10
What connects Tucker Carlson, 'Jews will not replace us' and the Srebrenica massacre: Opinion | Haroon Moghul
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Jody LaMacchia 2020 Aug 17
I wouldn’t exactly say “fret” or “lurch”. But I do want us to select a candidate that can unite us instead of tearing us apart. That’s what I plan to do as state rep for MI’s 46th house district!
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Julie Ward MEP 🌍🌹🇪🇺✊🌿🌈 Jul 11
Artists from Sarajevo National Theatre perform this achingly beautiful song in cathedral for 24th anniversary of the worst atrocity in Europe since WW2. I am proud to be a board member of NW Remembering ⁦⁩ & pledge my support to
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Haaretz.com Jul 11
The first genocide in Europe since the Holocaust targeted white Europeans. But white supremacists deny it even happened: Opinion | Haroon Moghul
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Lord Nick Bourne Jul 8
The UK’s Srebrenica Memorial Week 2019 has begun - communities gather to remember the worst genocide in Europe since WWII. Your local area may be hosting an event, and has more on their important theme of ‘Bridging the Divide, Confronting Hate.’
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Remembering Srebrenica Jul 25
Flowers were lowered from Mostar’s Old Bridge on Tuesday night in celebration of the 15th anniversary of the bridge’s reconstruction, which was blown up by Bosnian Croat forces during the Bosnian War.
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Remembering Srebrenica Wales Jul 11
Wales has remembered the victims and survivors of the genocide by illuminating their famous Cardiff Pont Y Werin bridge with green light in honour of the theme for the 24th anniversary of the genocide.
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UNA-UK Jul 11
Today is Memorial Day. On this day we remember the victims, reflect on the past & recommit to our responsibility to protect & prevent. Let's build a society free from hatred by . Check out our work on atrocity prevention:
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Norfolk Police Jul 11
We're reminding officers and staff about Srebrenica in force today with these booklets provided by It is essential that we continue to stand together against hate and prejudice.
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Front Line Defenders Jul 11
Today marks the 24th anniversary of the massacre, the largest genocide in since where 8,372 men and boys were killed by forces for being Muslim.
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South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner Jul 11
A minutes silence HQ this morning to show support for Memorial Day - it is essential that we continue to stand together against hate and prejudice
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Isabelle Poupart Jul 11
Last month, I visited the w 🇨🇦 colleagues -a moving, heart-wrenching experience. “We seek truth & justice, not revenge”: The dignity and quiet determination of the and other survivors of the was truly inspiring
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Rape Crisis E&W Jul 8
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Black Country Innovate Jul 12
A massive shout out to all the for their hard work, commitment, dedication, efforts and long hours to deliver a message about & raising awareness of the genocide to thousands of people across the U.K & beyond!
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Ben Walker Jul 23
15 years ago today Stari Most - the Old Bridge in Mostar - reopened after having been deliberately destroyed by Croat shelling in 1993. It's a world heritage site, and symbolic of the need to bridge the link between communities in Bosnia Via
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Margaret Ferrier SNP Jul 10
Today is Memorial Day I'll respectfully mark the 24th anniversary of the Hard to comprehend the massacre of over 8,000 mainly men & boys leaving behind many grieving mothers,wives,sisters,daughters We must NEVER forget this atrocity.
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Jenny Ramsden Jul 8
Mrs Asima Terzec courageously sharing her harrowing personal story of the ethnic cleansing that took place in Bosnia,so that we can try to learn from her experience by challenging hatred and building bridges-at Srebrenica Remembrance Day,Bradford
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Jody LaMacchia 2020 7h
Replying to @JodyLamacchia
We said hi to our barnyard friends and met some baby opossums, too. We love this place! ❤️
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