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'The minaret had not yet been completed, but the structure of the mosque was very strong and made of concrete.

The Chetniks (Serbs) could not burn it down, so they used mines instead.' Miss Mekan said she watched from a hilltop as the Serbs started to burn Torlakovac at 5.30 one afternoon in early June.

The refugees said the Serbian forces, who included some Serbs from the villages, seized everything valuable from their homes and razed them to the ground.

In the village of Torlakovac one refugee said a new mosque had been under construction when the Serbian forces arrived.

The refugees described their journey as arduous and harrowing, but said they had managed to elude the Serbian forces by keeping in radio contact with Bosnian military units who advised them when it was safe to travel.

One refugee said that food was so scarce that she had seen two children and their mother eating grass.

During the journey, two Muslim women gave birth and a third died of exhaustion.

The men succeeded in killing 23 Serbs, but one Serbian soldier who was seriously wounded managed to detonate a hand grenade and killed three of the Muslims.'We have heard nothing of them since.' The refugees came from 16 mainly Muslim villages that lie between Donji Vakuf and the town of Jajce to the north.They named the villages as Torlakovac, Vinac, Ipota, Kasumi, Sokolina, Kokic, Serici, Dogani, Sandzak, Staro Selo, Dobro Brdo, Bavar, Grabanta, Osmici, Seliste and Doganovci.In Torlakovac one refugee said a new concrete mosque had been under construction when the Serbian forces arrived.'The Chetniks (Serbs) could not burn it down, so they used mines instead.' Miss Mekan said she watched from a hilltop as the Serbs started to burn Torlakovac at 5.30 one afternoon in early June.

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'We all live in hope that before the winter comes the (Bosnian) territorial forces will have liberated our homeland and that we will be able to go home,' said Miss Mekan. We all have a strong urge to return to our homes and rebuild them.