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Why I removed the catagory: that catagory is a part of the Ethnic Groups categories project. Adding it over here would create undless controversies - as Bosniaks as an ethnic group have been formed only in 1993. As there is no doubt that the Bosniak ethnic group's history reaches all the way to the ages of Ottoman Bosnia, it is heavily POV to introduce the category in an article that's about a Medieval Bosnian ruler. --HolyRomanEmperor 16:59, 7 June 2006 (UTC)
Bosniak ethnic group's history didn't begin in Ottoman Bosnia, but in Medieval ages. I am aware that Serb nationalists don't want to accept this fact. But let me answer you question, my dear frined. If you want I can repeat this as long as you ask this question. Are you pretending to be a dumb or what, because I answered to this question for n-th times? Bosniak history is history related to Bosnia, and Prijezda I was a Bosnian ban, a ruler of Bosnia. Bosniaks base their identity on Bosnia. --Emir Arven 20:40, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
Let me remind you about your forgery again:
Serb sources are mostly based on mythology and nationalism. That is just a pure fact. Wikipedia is not a place for collecting fairy tales. I have seen that you represent yourself as a historian. I dont believe you. Maybe you are a historian, but a bad one. Because historian should know the difference between facts and anachronism or between facts and stories or facts and nationalism. You go from article to article and put the term "Serb" where it should be and where it shouldnt be. You talked about Stjepan's chart, but just about the last sentece, added by some scribe. Why? Because you wanted to show or tried to connect Serb language with a script called by that scribe "Serb script" (That kind of script didnt even exist). The source that you presented  is Serb nationalistic site, that support war criminals. It says that Draza Mihajlovic, was a WWII hero. Draža Mihailović was sentenced as a war criminal and was executed in former Yugoslavia for crimes that he commited in eastern Bosnia. He was nazi supporter and collaborator. This site also supports Slobodan Milosevic, accuesed for genocide. This site was even quoted by Slobodan Milosevic during the trial. This is not serious source. Also you are the one that put V. Corovic book as a source, and told us that that book supported your theses. When I checked it I found that you lied. Can you tell me why, my dear friend? So tell me how possible could I believe you anymore? This is just a good sign that many Serbs deny Bosniak identity as Serb war criminal Ratko Mladic did when he commited genocide.--Emir Arven 20:52, 20 June 2006 (UTC)