By Atlas Shrugs (full article)
“[…] more background on the whitewash of the jihadist history of Bosnia and who and what the players were at the time of the US deployment of troops to fight for the Muslims there. Alija Izetbegović served in the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina until 2000. During that time, the US and NATO went into Bosnia to fight for jihad and kill non-Muslims.”
“Read his manifesto. He is as fundamentalist as Bin Laden, though Western apologists and dhimmis were only too happy to provide cover:
British author Noel Malcolm asserted that the Serb nationalist interpretation of the Declaration was false propaganda and offered a more benevolent reading of the declaration. Explaining that it was "a general treatise on politics and Islam, directed towards the entire Muslim world; it is not about Bosnia and does not even mention Bosnia" and that "none of these points can be described as fundamentalist."
“At the time of the U.S. intervention, he was widely reputed to be a "moderate." His Islamic declaration was swept under the rug. Stephen Suleyman Schwartz of the Center for Islamic Pluralism had a photo on the CIP website of himself praying at Izetbegovic's grave. But it has become increasingly clear that the agenda of that Declaration is gradually being implemented in Bosnia.”