Bosnia & Herzegovina

Your Daily Muslim: Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic

Your Daily Muslim: Samra Kesinovic and Sabina Selimovic

Samra Kesinovic, 16, and her friend, Sabina Selimovic, 15, had their whole lives ahead of them. Daughters of Bosnian refugees who resettled in Austria, the teens spent plenty of time online (as most teenage girls do.) However, unlike most teenage girls, the pair spent their time interacting with mujahideen, who eventually talked them into traveling […]

Your Daily Muslim: Dzafer Nuhic

Your Daily Muslim: Dzafer Nuhic

Australian Muslim Dzafer Nuhic’s hobbies include douching, being a douchebag, and general douchebaggery. The wannabe bro posts all sorts of pictures of him and his Islamic friends trying to look tough, and even posts pictures of his gradually-becoming-less-scrawny-but-still-not-impressive arms at the gym. Watching Nuhic claim he’s ripped is like watching someone claim Islam is the […]

Your Daily Muslim: Haris Causevic

Your Daily Muslim: Haris Causevic

Muslims spread the peace of their religion any way they can – shooting up schools, honor killings, and of course, bombings. Bosnian Muslim Haris Causevic chose the latter of those three methods to spread his religion. In 2010, in the town of Bugojino, Causevic carried a bag containing a bomb against the wall of a […]

Your Daily Muslim: Ali Ahmed al-Hammad

Your Daily Muslim: Ali Ahmed al-Hammad

To this day, new details are emerging about the horrific war crimes committed by all parties involved in the Bosnian War. The war, caused by the breakup of Yugoslavia, lasted from 1992-1995, and left over 100,000 dead. Today, we’re going to meet an al Qaeda-aligned Muslim whose individual death toll is one most serial killers […]

Your Daily Muslim: Adnan Karabegovic

Your Daily Muslim: Adnan Karabegovic

“You’re either preparing for war or you’re war.” 24-year-old Australian Muslim Adnan Karabegovic, like the rest of his Muslim brethren, was up to no good. He had six issues of al Qaeda’s magazine, Inspire, on his computer, and felt inspired to wage a jihad of his own. The magazine, which contained articles like “How to […]