From October: Bosnia Names Street after Iran
by ebrahimi

A street in the city of Gorazdeh, the centre of Bosansko-Podrinjski Province in eastern Bosnia-Herzegovina was named after Iran. The ceremony was attended by Iranian ambassador to Bosnia Herzegovina, Ahmad Fard Hosseini, Prime Minster of Bosansko-Podrinjski Province, Salem Khalilovich, Mayor Mustafa Kortovich and the Mufti of Gorazdeh, Ahmad Afandi Afandich as well as a large gathering of local Muslims.

The decision to name the street was a token of gratitude for Iran’s assistance to Bosnia-Herzegovina and its people and government, especially during the crucial days of the Serb aggression and genocide in the 1990s. [That’s Islamic for Serb self-defense and the opposite of genocide.]

So what was Iran thanking Bosnia for when it named a street in Jeddah after America’s great ally, the late Bosnian president Alija Izetbegovic?

(Just a reference point for Gorazde: One of the things that happened there was Muslims forcing Serb fathers to rape their daughters, according to journalist Peter Brock, citing the testimony of an escapee from there. Plus the usual: Muslims destroyed Serb quarters there and told media that Serbs destroyed Muslim quarters there, so that’s what was reported.)