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Published on Nov 5, 2007
Just days before the Srebrenica massacre , it's the summer of 1995. (broadcast on Newsnight, BBC2) Srdja Trifkovic argues that the Muslims in the UN-designated "safe havens", like Srebrenica and Gorazde, were actually using them "as armed camps and springboards for offensives against the Serbs".
Described as a "noted Islamophobe", Trifkovic has worked for Crown Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević, as Republika Srpska London representative, an adviser to Biljana Plavšić...
He has said that the commonly accepted figure of estimated 8.000 victims of the Srebrenica massacre was a "long-debunked myth". In the 1990s Trifkovic lost the confidence of his British academic colleagues and moved to the US. Now foreign affairs editor for the US magazine Chronicles. Has published the book "Sword of the Prophet", a study of Islam.
Among other things Trifkovic believes that the Bosnian Serb "rape camps" were "entirely fictitious". He has also described the Sarajevo Breadline Massacre of May 1992, where 22 people died, as a "public relations stunt by the Izetbegovic regime."