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 Naslov: Re: Je li se može naziv naroda Bošnjak pozvati na ocjenu ustavnosti?
PostPostano: pet stu 08, 2019 7:50 pm 
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nikad nisam čuo naše ljude uživo da koriste naziv bošnjak za dotične, znači baš nikad. vjerujem da je isto kod srba.


Ja nisam čuo ni Muslimana da kaže "Bošnjak".
Musliman ili Bosanac, eventualno u zajebanciji kažu Bošnjo.


jednom štopali prijevoz kod jezera kad stanu nam muslimani, vozač kroz šalu kaže jeste očekivali da će vam stat bosanci? ja se baš mislio koji će naziv upotrijebit čim je počeo rečenicu, i ladno kaže bosanci i to je posle više puta ponovio.

moguće da se nisu htili pred nama bošnjakizirat, valjda se bar međusobno zovu bošnjaci? jel ima ijedan iskren bosnian muslim da nam objasni kako to funkcioniše? :D


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 Naslov: Re: Je li se može naziv naroda Bošnjak pozvati na ocjenu ustavnosti?
PostPostano: pet stu 08, 2019 8:56 pm 
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Pretpostavimo jednog pojedinca. Rodio se u bivšoj državi, etnički Musliman, vjerski musliman, regionalna pripadnost Hercegovac. Naš hipotetski hercegovački Musliman musliman 1990. g. mijenja vjeru i postaje Židovom. Nakon nekoliko godina ovaj hercegovački Musliman Židov postaje hercegovački Bošnjak Židov.

Kako vrijeme prolazi on seli u Sarajevo, poslije u Zagreb, a kasnije postaje poznat u svijetu pa Amerikanci o njemu pišu biografiju; "*ime prezime* is a Bosnian Bosniak Jew convert, born to a religious Muslim family of Bosnian Muslims in the province of Herzegovina in Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, former Yugoslavia. (...) As time went on *ime* became confused in regards to his identity as a Bosnian Muslim Muslim from Herzegovina. (...) He converted to Judaism and moved to Sarajevo but his identity crisis persisted. It was tough to get around as a Bosnian Muslim Jew from Herzegovina in the capital.(...) The identity crisis reached its peak during the transition of ethnic name of Bosnian Muslims from "Muslims" to "Bosniaks". Now he was a Bosnian Bosniak Jew from Herzegovina and this made things even worse for him. (...) It is at this point that he decided to move to Zagreb but there he met even more trouble. People called him "Bosanac" which means only "Bosnian" and this caused him much anger. He tried explaining that he was a Bosnian Bosniak Jew convert born in Herzegovina to a Bosnian Muslim muslim family. They can either call him a "Hercegovac" (Herzegovian) or a "Bošnjak" (Bosnian Bosniak) but "Bosanac" (Bosnian) or "Musliman" (formerly Bosnian Muslim, now Bosnian Bosniak) will not be tolerated. People didn't listen to him. They thought he was joking and that it's all made up."


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 Naslov: Re: Je li se može naziv naroda Bošnjak pozvati na ocjenu ustavnosti?
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Pretpostavimo jednog pojedinca. Rodio se u bivšoj državi, etnički Musliman, vjerski musliman, regionalna pripadnost Hercegovac. Naš hipotetski hercegovački Musliman musliman 1990. g. mijenja vjeru i postaje Židovom. Nakon nekoliko godina ovaj hercegovački Musliman Židov postaje hercegovački Bošnjak Židov.

Kako vrijeme prolazi on seli u Sarajevo, poslije u Zagreb, a kasnije postaje poznat u svijetu pa Amerikanci o njemu pišu biografiju; "*ime prezime* is a Bosnian Bosniak Jew convert, born to a religious Muslim family of Bosnian Muslims in the province of Herzegovina in Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, former Yugoslavia. (...) As time went on *ime* became confused in regards to his identity as a Bosnian Muslim Muslim from Herzegovina. (...) He converted to Judaism and moved to Sarajevo but his identity crisis persisted. It was tough to get around as a Bosnian Muslim Jew from Herzegovina in the capital.(...) The identity crisis reached its peak during the transition of ethnic name of Bosnian Muslims from "Muslims" to "Bosniaks". Now he was a Bosnian Bosniak Jew from Herzegovina and this made things even worse for him. (...) It is at this point that he decided to move to Zagreb but there he met even more trouble. People called him "Bosanac" which means only "Bosnian" and this caused him much anger. He tried explaining that he was a Bosnian Bosniak Jew convert born in Herzegovina to a Bosnian Muslim muslim family. They can either call him a "Hercegovac" (Herzegovian) or a "Bošnjak" (Bosnian Bosniak) but "Bosanac" (Bosnian) or "Musliman" (formerly Bosnian Muslim, now Bosnian Bosniak) will not be tolerated. People didn't listen to him. They thought he was joking and that it's all made up."


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