Miroslav Kraljevic, mayor of the Vlacinica municipality, which witnessed massacres in the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, asked the Islamic Union Association Vlasinica to lower the call to prayer on the grounds that it made the townspeople anxious.
Kraljevic, who is being tried for war crimes committed in Vlasinica, reported that the people of the city complained about the sound of the call to prayer in a letter he sent to the Islamic Union Society.
The letter stated, “We believe that you will make the necessary arrangements by considering our request, in the hope that the cooperation between the municipality and the association will continue successfully.” Data included.
During the war, 3 former Serbian soldiers Dragan Nikolic, Predrag Bastah and Goran Vesković were sentenced to prison for massacres in Vlasinica, where 2,643 Bosnians were killed, including 288 children.
On the other hand, Veljko Pesek, who served as a commandant for a while in the Susica concentration camp in Vlasinica, where more than 8,000 Bosnians were tortured, was released, due to his age, by decision of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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