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Religious Claims during the War and Post-War Bosnia and Herzegovina

@inproceedings{Abazovi2015ReligiousCD,
  title={Religious Claims during the War and Post-War Bosnia and Herzegovina},
  author={Dino Abazovi},
  year={2015}
}
  • Dino Abazovi
  • Published 2015
During the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1991-1995), politicized and ethicized religion became a powerful tool for mobilization against 'ethnic enemies’. Yet many scholars who have worked on the armed conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina do not consider it a religious conflict. However, the collapse of religious and ethnic identities and the involvement of religious institutions and their leaders throughout the war turned various sites—including religious ones—into targets of actual and symbolic… Expand
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