Christian Science Monitor
May 27, 2011
“I don’t curse anyone,” Kada Hotic told me, “not even those who caused me this pain.” In July 1995, Kada lost every grown male in her family to a massacre in the Bosnian mountain town of Srebrenica. She turned that pain into action, founding a large women’s association advocating for survivors’ rights. Almost 16 years later, she’s seeing partial justice. Yesterday, the man accused of masterminding that atrocity was arrested in neighboring Serbia.
Hunt, Swanee. "Mladic Arrest: Has the West Now Learned Not to be Impartial on War Crimes?" Christian Science Monitor, May 27, 2011.