Emir Ramic, a Bosniak-Canadian activist, has two faces. In his “Western” guise he heads a Bosnian-Muslim propaganda front known as the Institute for the Research of Genocide – Canada. His true values and his Weltanschauung are revealed elsewhere, however: in the fact that he is a member of the editorial board and a regular contributor to the magazine Korak (“Step”), published in Sarajevo by the veterans’ association of the Bosnian-Muslim Army (ABiH). Korak is a morbidly antisemitic publication, imbued with the spirit of Islamic fundamentalism, as we are now able to reveal. The Board of Ramic’s “Institute” includes, amazingly, “Asaf Dzanic, chief editor of the magazine Korak, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina,” as well as Elie Wiesel and a few other deluded luminaries. The facts of this bizarre case defy belief.

Emir Ramic’s magazine in its issue No. 13 has an interesting article, “Basic Principles of the Law of War in Islam” which asserts, matter-of-factly, that “Jihad is a just and legitimate fight against aggression and a struggle in protection of human rights and freedoms.” (p. 15) Dixit.

On p. 93 of the same issue there is a breathtaking piece of anti-Israeli bile. It is in “Bosnian,” but even a non-native speaker will understand the title: IZRAELSKI RE®IM JE TERORISTICKI, by Fikret Muslimovic, a leading light of Ramic’s magazine. This article could have been published in Gaza; it is a tad too hard-core for Ramallah, though…

In the same spirit, on p. 99 of the same issue we have another piece of Jew-hating venom: “Who is responsible for the blockade and massacre of the inhabitants of Gaza?” by one Reza Burdzi. If you watch the Palestinian Authority TV, you need not read it.

Other issues of Ramic’s magazine are no less worthy of scrutiny, e.g. No. 14, which has Norman Finkelstein’s THE BLOODSHED IN GAZA.

The late Chairman Arafat would be proud of “Korak” No. 16 (2009): PALESTINE AND AL-QUDS AS THE SYMBOL OF ALL MUSLIMS OF THE WORLD, by D¾emal Najetoviæ.

Ramic’s magazine wholeheartedly supports “I’m-proud-to-be-a-holocaust-denier” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The Muslim veterans’ organ in its issue No. 15 has an Iranian propaganda diatribe, THE FAILURE OF THE ANTI-IRANIAN SCENARIO by Fariba Farshidi. Well worth a read for those proficient in “Bosnian,” although if you read the state-approved press in Farsi you need not bother repeat the experience.

For the friends of Israel’s eradication from the map, Emir Ramic’s magazine 12: has a heart-warming article in issue No. 12: SIXTY YEARS SINCE THE PALESTINIAN CATASTROPHE, by Dr. D¾emal Najetovic.

The list goes on, predictably, from one issue to another, from one author to another, from one lie to another, from one antisemitic and Serb-hating orgasm to another.

The magazine site is hosted by the veterans’ association of the Bosnian-Muslim Army (ABiH). This site also includes some other articles with interesting titles, such as “Crimes Against Civilians in the Gaza Strip.”

THIS is the real face and the hidden agenda of Emir Ramic’s “Canadian Genocide Institute.” As of now he remains on the editorial board of “Korak,” the magazine publishing this hate-filled drivel. As of now, Mr. Dzanic, editor-in-chief of the said publication, remains on the board of Amir Ramic’s “Canadian Genocide Institute.” Check out the links and other facts before they are removed, as they probably will be in view of Mr. Ramic’s pending (and well deserved) legal troubles.

Elie Wiesel & Co. are in some interesting company indeed…

The leader of the “Genocide Institute”, Emir Ramic, who lives in Hamilton, Ontario (originally from Prijedor in Bosnia & Herzegovina) with his wife Kijana Jahic Ramic (originally from Bosanska Dubica in B&H), supports Ilija Jurisic, a Bosnian war criminal who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for attacking a Yugoslav Army column in Tuzla killing at least 51 people and wounding 50. Ramic also strongly supported Rasim Delic, a Bosnian Muslim general, in charge of the Mujahedeen division of “El Mujahid” during the Bosnian war, who was found guilty by the Hague Tribunal on the charge for failure to prevent or punish the cruel treatment of twelve captured Serb soldiers in the village of Livade and in the Kamenica camp (three incidents between 1993 and 1995). On Facebook, Ramic is also a member of a group called “Thank Allah I’m not Serbian” which has a burning Serbian and Israeli flag as a group picture.

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