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She has been recognized by the Serbian Orthodox Church for the role of spirituality in her literature. This statement has also appeared in various other sources.
Tanjug4 Juneaccessed 24 July She received the Zlatni Vitez Golden Knight literary award in Russia in and she has received significant recognition in Italy. Jones’s book was widely criticized by Muslim groups for its depiction of Muhammad ‘s wife Aisha ; in Serbia, Muslim community leaders requested and kmjige an apology from the book’s publisher.
Vecernje novosti website, Belgrade, in Serbian 20 Aug She worked as a bank clerk, a commercialist in the field of foreign tourism, and a journalist for Duga before devoting herself to a full-time literary career in She is the owner of the publishing house Globosino Aleksandrijawhich she founded in Vecernje novosti26 February Each and every one of us must keep awareness inside us and pass it onto our descendants – that Kosovo-Metohija is a Serb land and that this which has happened is occupation that will end, just like any other occupation.
Or succumb to delusions based on promises. This is especially important when one writes about the heritage of a nation that one does not belong to.
Ljiljana Habjanović Đurović – Wikipedia
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Or get scared by threats. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. She has published fourteen novels, many of which have been best-sellers in Serbia.
The community leaders added that they had no interest in banning literature but simply wished to draw attention to the desecration of their faith that they identified in the ljiljanq.