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The Skelani massacre refers to the killing of 69 Serbian victims in Skelani near Srebrenica , eastern Bosnia. Authorities and media accused Muslim members of the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina for this massacre.
16 January 1993 soldiers of the Bosnian army attacked the village of Skelani. 69 people were killed, 185 were wounded. Among the victims there were 6 children. The youngest victim was Aleksandar Dimitijević who was 4 years old. Children were killed by sniper fire. 30 people were taken to the camps and there they were tortured.
Witnesses to the tragedy claimed that Naser Oric, the Bosnian commander was responsible for the 69 deaths in addition to burning 450 houses an Orthodox church and a cemetery.
In the village of Skelani in 2005 erected a monument for 305 Serbian civilians who were killed during the war (1992–1995). Among the victims were 32 children. 2013 Bosniak presidency member Bakir Izetbegovic laid flowers at the monument to Serbian victims in Skelani.
^ a b c http://www.novosti.rs: Skelani Zlocin jos bez kazne
^ a b c d e f g http://www.srebrenica-project.com: Историјски пројекат Сребреница
^ , Приступ 26.3.2012.
^ a b c d “Ni da prebolimo ni da oprostimo”.
^ “Orić mi sve pobio, ali istinu ne može”.
^ a b c “Скелани – споменик у Скеланима – ФОТО – СРНА”.