Muslim terrorist that killed Serbian policeman has been identified

A gunman that stormed into a police station, in a northeastern Bosnian town of Zvornik (Republika Srpska) shouting "Allahu akbar" , killing one Serb policeman and wounding two others, has been identified - authorities said.
The gunman was also killed during the attack.

Nerdin Ibrić (24) was connected with the movement of radical Islamists Wahhabi. Armed with two rifles, a pistol and pockets full of ammunition, he came with his car outside a police station, fired a gun and killed a policeman at the door.

Intelligence structures in BiH had still three days ago the information that is preparing the attack in Zvornik, but they obviously failed, because the attack was not prevented, a policeman was killed. All security information says that this was a terrorist act that was planned in advance.

After several hours, another muslim terrorist arrested

SIPA arrested Avdulah Hasanovic who is associated with a terrorist attack in Zvornik. Forward Nerdina Ibrić in the last three months intensively socialized with Hasanovic who was arrested this morning by order of the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Federation TV reports.

Hasanovic was previously arrested in action SIPA Damascus on suspicion that he was a member of a ISIS/ISIL. He was arrested in September 2014. Until last year he was in Syria.

Buried police officer killed in Zvornik

At the city cemetery near Zvornik, with most police honors in the presence of many relatives, friends and fellow citizens, was buried a police officer Dragan Djuric, who is in the workplace at the police station in Zvornik on Monday night brutally killed terrorists Nerdina Ibrić from the village of Kula near Kučić Zvornik.

Police officers Zeljko Gajic and Stevo Milovanovic receive medical care after they suffered injuries during terrorist attack at a police station, at a hospital in the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, 200 kilometers (124 miles) east of Sarajevo, Tuesday, April 28, 2015. Bosnian police on Tuesday arrested a man with suspected links to a gunman who stormed into a police station in the country's Bosnian Serb region shouting "Allahu akbar," killing one policeman and wounding two others before he died in the shootout.

EU demands a thorough investigation

The European Union (EU) expects a thorough investigation of the terrorist attack in Zvornik, spokeswoman of EU High Representative Maja Kocijancic.

She added that she expects the close cooperation of the appropriate authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina at all levels in order to prevent such incidents in the future.


Several hours after terrorist attack, group on Facebook called, Bosnia for muslims is made. Currently have more than 7.000 members.

Radical Islamists sow DEATH AFTER THE WAR
Chronology of the terrorist attacks in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Since the end of the war in 1995, BiH has recorded a dozen attacks that can be linked with the activities of radical Islamists. The most serious attack occurred in 1997 in Mostar where a car bomb explosion caused chaos in the western part of the city. The last such event was recorded four years ago, when Mevlid Jasarevic fired at the US embassy in Sarajevo, wounding a security guard.

The most severe attack in Bosnia and Herzegovina took place in mid-September 1997 in Mostar, when in a car bomb explosion easier and seriously injured 28 people. On the site of the explosion remained a crater nearly a meter wide and two and a half meters. They destroyed about 120 houses and almost as many cars. The attack was carried out by Ali Hamad, Ahmed Zuhair Saleh Nedal and Vlado Popovski, of which at least two have direct ties to Al Qaeda. Zuhair was arrested in Yemen, where he was transferred to the US base of Guantanamo in Cuba.

Intelligence, who accompanied this group, are not fully able to fully discern whether a bomb attack in Mostar religiously motivated terrorist act, or represent them one of the members of these groups for abuses allegedly suffered in the camp Croatian Defence Council (HVO).

The first post-war attack that is associated with radical Islamists took place in Banovici late 1995, when he disappeared UNPROFOR officer William Jefferson. His body was discovered after a series of talks officials of the Federal Bureau of Investigation with Ali Hamad in Zenica Prison.

Great attention and triggered an avalanche of speculation and murder of Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Jozo Leutar 1999. Leutar died after his official car flew into the air, and has never been proven to work when he committed. All eyes were, however, fixed on radical Islamists and influential politicians who maintain links with them.

The assassination of Leutar preceded the attacks on the Croatian policemen in Travnik, which killed two people. However, the investigation, as well as in the Leutar case, failed to come to a conclusion when the blame for these murders - local Croatian criminals or radical Islamists, who later boasted that they committed the attacks.

The greatest media attention sparked unsuccessful attempt Mirsad Bektašević Maximus to blow up in one of the Western embassies in Sarajevo. During the investigation, the police seized weapons, 20 kilograms of explosives, suicide belts, and clip Bektaševićevog will. The case has caused a lot of attention because of the attack, which prevented "the last minute", was organized entirely via the Internet, and the investigation involved police officers from a dozen countries, including the United States.

Bektašević, as it turned out, was directly linked to the Abu MUSAFAH al Zarqawi, then leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq, but also a whole range of people who are, through the Internet, recruited by radical Islamists throughout Western Europe and North America.

In the village of Kostajnica near Konjic, in 2002, Muamer Topalovic was killed three members of the Andjelic family and son seriously wounded. The tragedy could have been greater because at that time in the house were seven members of the family. Topalovic was sentenced to 35 years in prison after admitting that the Andjelic family attacked the "ideological and religious motives".

In late 2008, an explosion in a shopping center in Vitez killed one and wounded three people. Explosives set Amir Ibrahimi.

In one of the most horrific terrorist attacks in BiH in Bugojno in June 2010, killing one, while six people were wounded. Three radical Islamists, who were later sentenced to severe prison terms, they set explosives on the wall of the police station and activate it when the policemen left the room.

Mevlid Jasarevic, in October 2011, made a real mess in Sarajevo after the shooting at the US embassy, wounding a policeman. Center city was paralyzed for about half an hour, Jasarevic was overwhelmed when he was Special Forces wounded in the leg.