Nobel Disrespect for Human Rights Prize


The massacre of more than eight thousand Muslim Bosniak civilians with inhuman practices in Srebrenica still remains in memory. However, Austrian Novelist Peter Handke, who claims that these innocent civilians killed themselves and they accused the Serbs, was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature on December 10, World Human Rights Day. This is the shame in the name of humanity. Nobel prizes should aim to reward those who serve humanity. The award of a writer who supports war crimes has aroused a great indignation in the name of humanity.

This mistake must be compensate immediately and victims of Srebrenica should be apologized. We comdemn regretfully the Committee that gave the award and this development that will have negative consequences for human rights.

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