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Emira remembers a Serbian girl who regularly came to smuggle fresh milk to the women. The Serb guards spoke to them in what Ziba said was 'a very friendly way'. This time they took them to the toilets beside the gymnasium, just outside our room. When the Chetniks came back next morning, they would ask for women by name.They took Sanela (the 16-year old) there many times. Always the children would cry and scream when their mothers were taken from them.' When the Serbs doubted the claim of two women that they were pregnant they took them to a hospital for a pregnancy test.Soada who, like her friend Ziba, is 26, says that they numbered 209 in all and were quickly caught by the Serbs. The girl told us to take down the babies' pants to see if they had been circumcised. That night the rapes began.' Emira, who says she was one of the 10 women who escaped rape - she told the Serbs that she had a two month old baby - describes the rapists as both cruel and systematic.'They found 24 old men among us and sent them off to Oulog,' she says. The remaining 185 of us were put on board six open trucks in the rain. 'After the first night, they came and selected some more girls, young ones in their teens.Several four and five-year olds were held to a table while knives were placed at their throats in an effort to persuade their mothers to part with jewellery and money.Emira's elder boy, Hasan, trembles whenever his mother talks of the camp.
Just add your profile, browse other Yugoslavia members seeking like you for Yugoslavia online dating, love and online romance at Free Ok Date I am a modest man average look.'The Chetniks shouted at us: 'Look at how many children you can have. You are going to have our little Chetniks.' They said they weren't interested in women who were expecting babies because they couldn't make them pregnant.'Ziba, 26, mother of two, was among the first 12 women and girls to be selected by the Serbs at the Kalinovik camp. I asked if I would see Yasmin and Mirnes (her two infant boys) again and one of them said I would. We were all told to clean the hotel again and after we had done this they took us back to the gymnasium. The rapes went on day and night for a month.' The day was 2 August and all but 10 of the 105 women held prisoner in the gymnasium were to be gang-raped over the following 26 days, some of them by as many as seven Serb militiamen.'They called us 'bitches' and one of them pointed at me,' said Ziba. I was terrified they were going to kill the children while I was in the hotel. He said if I didn't do what they wanted, they would cut my throat. Their suffering was endured by thousands of other Muslim women in August and September of last year as Serbian forces 'ethnically cleansed' the Muslim villages of eastern and western Bosnia.Only after the test proved positive were they spared.According to five of the women, the leading rapist was called Bijelica; he was aged around 45 and came from Kalinovik. 'The worst was Pero Elez from Miljovina,' said Emira.