Indications of Human Rights Violations in The Srebrenica Genocide Case

Refly Setiawan, Siti Ngainnur Rohmah

Abstract


The purpose of this article is to analyze indications of human rights violations during the 1992-1995 atrocities in Srebrenica, Bosnia. This article seeks to comprehend and describe the offenses committed during the genocide, as well as to examine the implications for law enforcement and international justice. This article employs a literature review and analysis based on pertinent sources, such as the decisions of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Court of Justice. This article also incorporates investigative reports, eyewitness accounts, and official documentation regarding the Srebrenica genocide. There are unmistakable indications of human rights violations in the Srebrenica genocide case, according to the research findings. More than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were executed en masse and murdered systematically as part of these violations. In addition, there was the separation of families, the expulsion of the Muslim Bosniak population, and the commission of sexual offenses, including rape, as a form of violence. Muslim communities in Bosnia also suffered extensive destruction.

Keywords: Human Rights Violations; Sebrenica; Indication




DOI: https://doi.org/10.32502/khk.v5i1.6287

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