Bosniak politician Alija Izetbegovic, who brought independence to his home country, is commemorated in Bosnia Herzegovina on his eleventh death anniversary.Having struggled against fascism and Chetnik ideology during the Second World War and communism afterwards, Izetbegovic fought for the independence of Bosnia Herzegovina from Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
Living on in the hearts of his people, Alija Izetbegovic referred to as the "Wise King" managed to gain independence for his country on March 1, 1992 - months after Slovenia and Croatia gained their independence after the war.In his well-known book 'Declaration of Islam' in 1970, Izetbegovic examined thoroughly independence, awakening and the expansion of Islamic thought at the time, as well as recovering the Muslim world, the relationship between the West and Islamic world and how to build a new civilization as primary subjects.
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