Muslims in the United States have basically been divided into two groups the “peace-loving, “good” Muslim who are willing to be made into loyal citizens of the United States, as opposed to “bad” Muslims who critique the expansionist policies and imperial strategies of the United States under the guise of promoting democracy.
Sunaina Maira, “Citizenship, Dissent, Empire: South Asian Muslim Immigrant Youth After September 11.” published In Being and Belonging (via afghangry)
Moje srce i ja znamo kako nam je sada. Niko me ne može utješiti. Nema moje djece. Kako da ja sada živim?
"Me and my heart only know how we have it now. Nobody can comfort me. My children are not here. How am I supposed to live?"
Asks mother, Hava Tatarevic, whose six sons were killed, taken away along with their father on 20th July 1992. Tomorrow she and other mothers and fathers will bury their beloved ones. Mina Hegics five sons were killed too, no male from the Hegic family is alive today.
Hava Tatarevic have also said in the interview: “I thought they [Serbs] hadn’t killed them all. Now I know what happend to them. It was a shock to me when they took them away, but believe me the shock is even bigger today. It is difficult.
I fed them, hoping that they would help me in my old days when I would become weak. When they began to live and work, they killed them. They were killed by the ones we expected the least from [to do something like this], with those who we ate with, drank with, together shared our happiness.”