In Kapljina, near Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, graffiti threatening Bosniak Muslims was painted after a backlash.
Written on the Franje Tudjman Bridge in Capljina, where the Croatian population is concentrated, and Muslim Bosniaks “Kill Baliga (an expression used to insult Muslim Bosniaks)” and “Muslim We will slaughter women and children.” Threatening articlesIt caused outrage in the country.
Kapljina City Administration spokeswoman Daniela Nogolica said, “The murals were written by irresponsible people who aim to humiliate the Bosnian population and spread hatred, intolerance and division among the people of Kapljina. We hope that the perpetrators will be found and that the various institutions will respond.” He said.
Nojolica urged the residents of Kapljina to take responsibility towards themselves and other citizens, expressing that the city government condemned this action and the graffiti was painted.
Pointing out that Kapljina is a place where people live in peace, Nogolica said the city is a place where everyone lives in peace regardless of religious and ethnic differences.
In the statement made by the Herceg-Neretva District Police Department, it was shared that an investigation has been opened to find and punish the perpetrators of the article in question.
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