Mirsada A.
My new photographs, today, 2015 on Instagram @everydaysrebrenica - Using cell phone photography to talk about our personal life in Bosnia nowadays. Daily life and Rememberance.
2015
My new photographs, today, 2015 on Instagram @everydaysrebrenica - Using cell phone photography to talk about our personal life in Bosnia nowadays. Daily life and Rememberance.
My new photographs, today, 2015 on Instagram @everydaysrebrenica - Using cell phone photography to talk about our personal life in Bosnia nowadays. Daily life and Rememberance.
My new photographs, today, 2015 on Instagram @everydaysrebrenica - Using cell phone photography to talk about our personal life in Bosnia nowadays. Daily life and Rememberance.
How many more people have to take it... Refugees from Srebrenica in '95 (on the left picture), and Syrian refugees in 2015 (on the right). You can see big resemblance between the images. First was my experience back in '95, going from Srebrenica to Tuzla. I wanted to share this with you.
How many more people have to take it... Refugees from Srebrenica in '95 (on the left picture), and Syrian refugees in 2015 (on the right). You can see big resemblance between the images. First was my experience back in '95, going from Srebrenica to Tuzla. I wanted to share this with you.
Eid Mubarek Olsun - this sheep will be our sacrificed animal for Eid
Eid Mubarek Olsun - this sheep will be our sacrificed animal for Eid
Season of plums and plum brandy making. Slivovic! With cauldron, music and good friendship.
Season of plums and plum brandy making. Slivovic! With cauldron, music and good friendship.
Hajr water. There's a memorial plaque on it, with the names of all the victims from 1992 to 1995 from a village near Srebrenica, Poljak. On the memorial plaque is the name of my dead husband. My daughter attended The opening of Hajr Water because her father's name is written on it.
Hajr water. There's a memorial plaque on it, with the names of all the victims from 1992 to 1995 from a village near Srebrenica, Poljak. On the memorial plaque is the name of my dead husband. My daughter attended The opening of Hajr Water because her father's name is written on it.
Dear friends on , and followers of our site  I want to show you my baklava, which is already cooked and ready to welcome Eid. Welcome!!
Dear friends on , and followers of our site I want to show you my baklava, which is already cooked and ready to welcome Eid. Welcome!!
Ovako je izgledalo 10 jula u Potocarima.Tabut do tabuta,ruka do ruke ih je nosila.Tuga i zalost... Photo by Mirsa
Ovako je izgledalo 10 jula u Potocarima.Tabut do tabuta,ruka do ruke ih je nosila.Tuga i zalost... Photo by Mirsa
My daughter between two graves, where they buried her father and uncle.. Al Fatiha
My daughter between two graves, where they buried her father and uncle.. Al Fatiha
Srebrenica-Potocari. So 20 years passed. The grave of my husband.
Srebrenica-Potocari. So 20 years passed. The grave of my husband.
My daughter and her friends in oldfashioned bosnian clothing. Real beauties who are preserving our tradition and folklore of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
My daughter and her friends in oldfashioned bosnian clothing. Real beauties who are preserving our tradition and folklore of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
My shadow and the best vegetable crops from my garden... red radishes.
My shadow and the best vegetable crops from my garden... red radishes.
Bujrum... Welcome... Halva and rice pudding are ready for the upcoming month of Ramadan. There is something special in the air... As Bosnians love to say: 'smell of the tradition'.
Bujrum... Welcome... Halva and rice pudding are ready for the upcoming month of Ramadan. There is something special in the air... As Bosnians love to say: 'smell of the tradition'.
My photos and memories of Srebrenica 1992 to 1995. Today journalists from Norway had the opportunity to make recordings of my life story. Past till present.
My photos and memories of Srebrenica 1992 to 1995. Today journalists from Norway had the opportunity to make recordings of my life story. Past till present.
My neighbour. He accommodated me with my baby and gave us a home in 1995 in Tuzla, when we had to flee from Srebrenica. He helped us a lot!! Before his operation he was able to walk. Fate or something else..? He will never walk again. He lost all hope. Now he can visit this place only in a wheelchair.
My neighbour. He accommodated me with my baby and gave us a home in 1995 in Tuzla, when we had to flee from Srebrenica. He helped us a lot!! Before his operation he was able to walk. Fate or something else..? He will never walk again. He lost all hope. Now he can visit this place only in a wheelchair.
Respect for the young people from Serbia. They payed tribute to the victims at Kapija in Tuzla! On the picture: "to young to remember but we are not going to forget"
Respect for the young people from Serbia. They payed tribute to the victims at Kapija in Tuzla! On the picture: "to young to remember but we are not going to forget"
Sad, rainy day for Tuzla...
Sad, rainy day for Tuzla...
Today is the 05.25.2015. 20th memorial day. 71 young people got killed at the Gate of Tuzla ....
Today is the 05.25.2015. 20th memorial day. 71 young people got killed at the Gate of Tuzla ....
Me and my friend at Bosnian courtyard at Zlaća, near Tuzla
Me and my friend at Bosnian courtyard at Zlaća, near Tuzla
These are my parents, they are from Srebrenica, now living in Tuzla. It’s my dad’s birthday. He’s turning 70 years… good luck.
These are my parents, they are from Srebrenica, now living in Tuzla. It’s my dad’s birthday. He’s turning 70 years… good luck.
Me and my loved one with a coffea. We were watching the sunset over the City of Salt - Tuzla
Me and my loved one with a coffea. We were watching the sunset over the City of Salt - Tuzla
The married couple Fejzic lives near Tuzla. It is the 21st centuary - they are still carrying water in buckets from the nearby well and from their neighbours. They live in a house without water supply. Last month they got electricity. It's sad, but that's reality in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The married couple Fejzic lives near Tuzla. It is the 21st centuary - they are still carrying water in buckets from the nearby well and from their neighbours. They live in a house without water supply. Last month they got electricity. It's sad, but that's reality in Bosnia and Herzegovina
SARAJEVO......... remembering Srebrenica.....
SARAJEVO......... remembering Srebrenica.....
This is Bosnia and Herzegovina, coexistence.
This is Bosnia and Herzegovina, coexistence.
One life-two towns. Follow me and see how life in Tuzla and Srebrenica looks like. Ja sam Mirsada
One life-two towns. Follow me and see how life in Tuzla and Srebrenica looks like. Ja sam Mirsada
Mirsada A.
Of her first husband, who is considered missing since the fall of Srebrenica, only »parts« could be identified. However, more has to be found, for him to be buried in Potočari. Mirsada, who married again in 2000, became a mother again in 2003. Her husband has a safe job and with some loans they could buy a small flat in Tuzla.
2005
Of her first husband, who is considered missing since the fall of Srebrenica, only »parts« could be identified. However, more has to be found, for him to be buried in Potočari. Mirsada, who married again in 2000, became a mother again in 2003. Her husband has a safe job and with some loans they could buy a small flat in Tuzla.
Of her first husband, who is considered missing since the fall of Srebrenica, only »parts« could be identified. However, more has to be found, for him to be buried in Potočari. Mirsada, who married again in 2000, became a mother again in 2003. Her husband has a safe job and with some loans they could buy a small flat in Tuzla.
Of her first husband, who is considered missing since the fall of Srebrenica, only »parts« could be identified. However, more has to be found, for him to be buried in Potočari. Mirsada, who married again in 2000, became a mother again in 2003. Her husband has a safe job and with some loans they could buy a small flat in Tuzla.
My beauties Anela (in this picture) and Ajla!
My beauties Anela (in this picture) and Ajla!
My beauties Anela and Ajla (in this picture)!
My beauties Anela and Ajla (in this picture)!
My husband !
My husband !
Myself, preparing pita bread.
Myself, preparing pita bread.
My cousin Damir, whom i loved like a brother. This is his tombstone. The graveyard is in Potočari, where our beloved ones are buried.
My cousin Damir, whom i loved like a brother. This is his tombstone. The graveyard is in Potočari, where our beloved ones are buried.
The place where i have last seen my husband Nijazija.
The place where i have last seen my husband Nijazija.
Mirsada A.
Born on March 30th 1972 in Zvornik, lived till 1995 with her husband and daughter in Srebrenica. Her husband is considered missing since the fall of Srebrenica. Since July 1995, Mirsada lives in Tuzla. In the autumn of 2000, she married again.
2000
Born on March 30th 1972 in Zvornik, lived till 1995 with her husband and daughter in Srebrenica. Her husband is considered missing since the fall of Srebrenica. Since July 1995, Mirsada lives in Tuzla. In the autumn of 2000, she married again.
Born on March 30th 1972 in Zvornik, lived till 1995 with her husband and daughter in Srebrenica. Her husband is considered missing since the fall of Srebrenica. Since July 1995, Mirsada lives in Tuzla. In the autumn of 2000, she married again.
Born on March 30th 1972 in Zvornik, lived till 1995 with her husband and daughter in Srebrenica. Her husband is considered missing since the fall of Srebrenica. Since July 1995, Mirsada lives in Tuzla. In the autumn of 2000, she married again.
This is the place i've last seen my husband Nijazija on July 13th 1995 at 14:30… Captured by troups of the Bosnian Serbs.
This is the place i've last seen my husband Nijazija on July 13th 1995 at 14:30… Captured by troups of the Bosnian Serbs.
Refuge of the Bosnian Muslims from the Srebrenica enclave July 1995. I spent four days as a captive there, too. (More then 30.000 people sought shelter and protection in this UN peacekeepers' base compound in Potočari-Srebrenica)
Refuge of the Bosnian Muslims from the Srebrenica enclave July 1995. I spent four days as a captive there, too. (More then 30.000 people sought shelter and protection in this UN peacekeepers' base compound in Potočari-Srebrenica)
This women lost her husband and two sons in the war.
This women lost her husband and two sons in the war.
Many people died at this place. You can still see the bullet holes in the walls. (Mirsada´s husband was murdered here, too, together with 1000 to 2000 other men).
Many people died at this place. You can still see the bullet holes in the walls. (Mirsada´s husband was murdered here, too, together with 1000 to 2000 other men).
I would like to say only one thing about the people on this picture: Soldiers like these gave up the protected zone of Srebrenica. They still scare me.
I would like to say only one thing about the people on this picture: Soldiers like these gave up the protected zone of Srebrenica. They still scare me.
My daughter and her rooster.
My daughter and her rooster.
Mirsada A.
Left: the only picture in which me and my husband Nijazija are together. On a video tape taken by UN Dutchbat in Srebrenica in 1995. The tape is torn. Right: Me as a baby with my family in Srebrenica
Before July 1995
Left: the only picture in which me and my husband Nijazija are together. On a video tape taken by UN Dutchbat in Srebrenica in 1995. The tape is torn. Right: Me as a baby with my family in Srebrenica
March, 1st, 1992. Srebrenica. Just months before war in Bosnia started in April / May 1992.
March, 1st, 1992. Srebrenica. Just months before war in Bosnia started in April / May 1992.
March, 1st, 1992. Srebrenica. Just months before war in Bosnia started in April / May 1992.
March, 1st, 1992. Srebrenica. Just months before war in Bosnia started in April / May 1992.
Left: the only picture in which me and my husband Nijazija are together. On a video tape taken by UN Dutchbat in Srebrenica in 1995. The tape is torn. Right: Me as a baby with my family in Srebrenica
Left: the only picture in which me and my husband Nijazija are together. On a video tape taken by UN Dutchbat in Srebrenica in 1995. The tape is torn. Right: Me as a baby with my family in Srebrenica