This is one of the most inspiring stories I have read. Pervanic is a survivor of the infamous Omarska concentration camp; after being released from the camp, Pervanic went to England where he made a new life for himself. He has written an account of his life in Bosnia and in the camps; titled: "The Killing Days."
Today Pervanic has dedicated himself not only to telling his own story, but in helping prevent present day genocides. Along with survivors from the Holocaust, Rwandan Genocide and the atrocities in Darfur; he has been a voice for the "Protect Darfur" campaign in Great Britain. Which calls for the protection of civilians at risk of genocide in Darfur. Due to the Iraq conflict, and the current conflict in the Middle East, the genocide and atrocities in Darfur have been ignored by much of the Western Media.
The Violence Continues: Article by Kemal Pervanic
The Killing Days
Article about Pervanic's letter to the Guardian, the "correction" given to Chomsky, and genocide denial.