January 23rd 2020. Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Muhizim Omerovic Dzile, a Bosnian army veteran and Srebrenica genocide survivor, in his home. After defending the enclave of Srebrenica from 1992 to 1995 against the Bosnian-Serb troops of Ratko Mladic, he was one of the few Bosniak men who managed to escape the massacres that followed the fall of the enclave. After many years as a refuge abroad (Switzerland for 4 years and then islamic studies in Iran), he decided to come back to Srebrenica to settle down with his family. In 2005, he was one of the initiators of the march for peace, which every year in july gathers thousands of people on a 3-day march to commemorate the march of death taken by many Bosnian men in Srebrenica. He says that he is now resigned by the situation in the country and he wishes his children can leave the country soon for a better future somewhere else.