Muslims love to be outraged at anything. The Bosnians despite what some “Conservatives” claim are no different. A Serb song from WWI which was played at the UN General Assembly floor brought outrage from Bosnian Islamists.
(Reuters) – U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon apologized on Thursday for the performance of a Serbian military song in the world body’s General Assembly, which activists said was associated with massacres in Bosnia in the 1990s.
But U.N. General Assembly President Vuk Jeremic, a Serbian, defended the performance of Mars na Drinu (March on the River Drina) at a New Year’s concert organized by his office at U.N. headquarters in New York on Monday.
The Congress of North American Bosniaks, The Institute for Research of Genocide Canada, the Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Bosnian American Genocide Institute and Education Center complained about the song in a letter to Ban.
Jeremic’s office said in a statement that the controversy was a “highly regrettable attempt at twisting the meaning of our musical gift offered to the world this week, and deeply offensive one for the Serbian people.”
It said the song was associated with the bravery of Serbian soldiers who fought in World War One.
Typical Islamic outrage!
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