Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić has said that Muslims have to understand that BiH is a state of peoples with equal rights.
Dačić has stated that Alija Izetbegović wrote in the Islamic Declaration in 1970 that “an Islamic society without Islamic authority is incomplete and powerless, that the Islamic order can be achieved only in countries where Muslims represent the majority of the population”.
“He wrote that there is neither peace nor coexistence between Islamic faith and non-Islamic social and political institutions, and at the end, that the Islamic movement should and can come has to take the authority as it is so powerful that it cannot only demolish the existing non-Islamic authority, but also build up the Islamic authority”, said Dačić.
The head of Serbian diplomacy has pointed out that Izetbegović engaged to create an Islamic state from Morocco to Indonesia, and that the Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers in the technical mandate Denis Zvizdić knows it, but to keep silent.
Dačić has reminded that, by Presidential Decree of August 1, 1992, Izetbegović called the Mujahideen from all over the world to the Holy War, Jihad.
“And there were tens of thousands, of which 1,200 remained to live in BiH with citizenship. Among them were two participants in the attack of September 11, 2001 in New York. Their goal was Islamic order in BiH, and, for this it is necessary to wait that Muslims become the majority”, Dačić stated.
He has pointed out that, according to the 1948 census, Serbs were 44.3 percent, Muslims 30.7 percent, and Croats 23.9 percent.
Dačić has noted that according to the last census of 2013, for which there are huge doubts about regularity, Bosnianks make up 50.11% of the population, Serbs 30.78%, and Croats 15.43%.
“According to Islamists, and Alija Izetbegovic and the SDA, the conditions for an Islamic order have been created, which means changing the Dayton Agreement and creating a unitary state with a Muslim majority”, Dačić said.
He also has emphasized that he was talking about this at yesterday’s SNSD Council in Laktaši, but Zvizdić called his statement “chauvinistic-militaristic” and “malicious message of hate”, the Belgrade media reported.
“My statement is not chauvinistic-militaristic, but it is Alija Izetbegović’s chauvinist-militaristic pan-Islamic policy, and his student Denis Zvizdić and the SDA”,Dacic said.