International | Mostar, Eastern Slavonia are fragile eggs in Dayton's basket
by Mindy Belz
Posted 8/17/96, 12:00 am
Jasna came to seminary in Croatia as a means of survival. Her home in the divided city of Mostar was under daily seige two years ago, and she and her husband made a desperate plan for escape because their mixed marriage could not survive the nightly ethnic cleansing they witnessed. He went to Finland. She could find no place to go with their young son Tibor.
"Sometimes at night," she said, "we would see the trucks waiting in the streets for the children and families. Even when it was hot, I would shut the windows-to block out the sound of crying."