The town of Srebrenica, which is named after its silver mines, was stained with the color of blood by the massacres of 1995. In the endless fields called the “land of graveyards” laid thousands of headless, armless and legless bodies. Here is a brief and yet sad explanation: In April 1993, the UN declared the besieged enclave of Srebrenica in Bosnia, where Bosnian Muslims took shelter from Serbian cruelty, a “safe area” under its protection. This safe area was protected by 600 Dutch peacekeepers. However, in 1995, Serbian forces besieged the area with howitzers. And the result of the three-day of besiegement was the deaths of 13,000 Bosnian Muslims. Recently, a Yugoslav war crimes tribunal acquitted ex-Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, one of the major criminals of the Bosnian massacre. At this point, when words fail to convey the naked reality and emotions, neither humanity nor the law survives.