joguncic dzevad

إِنَّ الَّذینَ آمَنُوا وَ عَمِلُوا الصَّالِحاتِ أُولئِکَ هُمْ خَیْرُ الْبَرِیَّةِ(7)جَزاؤُهُمْ عِنْدَ رَبِّهِمْ جَنَّاتُ عَدْنٍ تَجْری مِنْ تَحْتِهَا الْأَنْهارُ خالِدینَ فیها أَبَداً رَضِیَ اللَّهُ عَنْهُمْ وَ رَضُوا عَنْهُ ذلِکَ لِمَنْ خَشِیَ رَبَّهُ(8)«سوره ۹۸: البينة ، جزء ۳۰»

On Sunday (11.12.2016.) In Zagreb, after a short illness, passed away Dzevad Jogunčić, president of the Bosniak national community for the City of Zagreb and Zagreb County and a long-time selfless foster of Bosniak and Bosnian cultural tradition, a great humanist. Leaving of this above all multilateral person is a great loss for the Bosniaks and Muslims in Croatia, but also for Bosnia's cultural and social scene.
A man, whose place is difficult to fill by one person is left for good.
He loved to work and believed in hard work and dedication. He considered himself a humble servant and servant of God, and he was at service for people, religion and culture in the broadest sense of the word. Although by profession an engineer and very successful in his professional engagement as an expert and project manager in the field of environmental protection, he spent every moment of his spare time, day and night, trying to do something for his people, his community, culture and cultural history of Bosnia and Bosniaks. He believed that there is no future without the constant reading and research, learning about the immediate and distant past, and historical facts and teachings.

That is at the forefront and as a kind of passionate missionary, beget and led important processes and projects, Bosnian, Bosniak and Muslim.
Modesty and freshness of his spirit and broad erudition, deep knowledge of the Bosniak history and literature, but also the clarity of mind and excellent organizational acumen and perspicacity are the characteristics thanks to which he could organize and coordinate demanding cultural, scientific and publishing projects. Never from that of his engagement had expected or asked for any financial compensation. You would know the kidnap say: Spending your time on these projects I actually give zakat on time and abilities that God has bestowed. He had counted on him to lovers in good works to enter.
Dzevad was very tolerant, talkative, open-minded man, without a trace of arrogance. He liked to talk to people, agree with them or not. He believed that the differences in opinion, the condition of progress and prosperity. He had an incredibly broad range of friends and acquaintances. As that connect people thought one of his mission in this world. And he knew that connect seemingly incompatible. With deep insight into the local cultural history and religious tradition of Bosniaks, with a pronounced sympathy for spirituality and Sufism, with analytical ingenuity in connection with global trends, as it is clearly known to be directed through all the Scylla and Charybdis lead Bosniaks and Muslims in Croatia and beyond. He was one of those Zagreb Muslims who are local Islmaski center saw the true house of meeting and sincere intellectual dialogue, peace and understanding. In his engagement and his friends and co-workers felt the plan to Zagreb Mosque so respectable European Centre Muslim spirit and intellect. He is aged, honorable and upstanding citizen of the Republic of Croatian, grateful on its gostoprimstu and opportunity it has extended the Bosniak national minority in the field of affirmation of their own values. He also advocated for her poozitivnu integration into Croatian society, and each attempt ghettoisation and isolation, either the Bosniak, was the community of Muslims, considered destructive and disastrous. These are his views could read and from persistent efforts, we have to say very successful in achieving effective and mutually obugaćujuće communication and cooperation with Croatian institutions of politics, science and culture, and above all with Croatian intellectuals from a wide spectrum worldview. It is significant and its contribution to fostering good relations and cooperation with other minority Boards, especially Albanian. This and I, along with of course a number of other officials and employees, contributing to the preservation of the local Islamic community as an institution that brings together all Muslims Croatian.
A more ancient sixties, even before they come of age, he was an active member of the Islamic community in his native Tuzla. By the end of the eighties he went to Zagreb and there is continuing its engagement. He played immeasurably important role in developing the local Bosniac national community, and the Islamic Community in Croatia. He was an excellent manager, combining religious spirituality and tradition colored personal morality with the methods and approaches of modern management. Dozens before will be hundreds, scientific symposiums, panel discussions, book readings, art exhibitions, concerts and a series of cutting-edge research projects and that they created a book, wearing his organizatorski, editorial and kooordinatorski seal.
Dzevad and in their devotion to the idea of ​​the Bosniak and the religion of Islam always had the measure. He never fell into the traps of cheap populism, political nationalism and religious extremism. On the contrary. This view was strongly opposed. Its ethnic and national determination and zeal of believers were not for sale. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why few people who knew him, in front of him remained impassive. Simply, or by people like and very poštovalHe took the lead and as passionate missionary, he was leading important processes and projects important for Bosnians, Bosniaks and Muslims.
Modesty and freshness of his spirit and broad erudition, deep knowledge of the Bosniak history and literature, but also the clarity of mind and excellent organizational acumen and perspicacity are the characteristics thanks to which he could organize and coordinate demanding cultural, scientific and publishing projects.
He had never expected or asked any financial compensation for his work.
He would say: Spending your time on these projects for me is acctually giving zakaat on time and abilities that God has gave to me.
He always trusted that merciful God

Dzevad was very tolerant, talkative, open-minded man, without a trace of arrogance. He liked to talk to people, agree with them or not. He believed that the differences in opinion is condition of progress and prosperity. He had an incredibly broad range of friends and acquaintances. As that connecting people was one of his missions in this world. And he knew how to connect seemingly incompatible.
 With deep insight into the local cultural history and religious tradition of Bosniaks, and sympathy for spirituality and Sufism, with analytical ingenuity in connection with global trends, Like he clearly known how to be lead through all the Scylla and Charybdis Bosniaks and Muslims in Croatia and beyond. He was one of those Zagreb Muslims who are local Islamic center felt like the true house of meeting and sincere intellectual dialogue, peace and understanding.
In his engagement together with his friends and co-workers there was a plan to make Mosque in Zagreb a respectable European Centre for Muslim spirit and intellect.spirit and intellect. He was honorable and upstanding citizen of the Republic of Croatian, grateful on its hospitality and opportunity for the Bosniak national minority in the field of affirmation of their own values.
 He also advocated for her positive integration into Croatian society, and each attempt of ghettoisation and isolation, either the Bosniaks or Muslims, considered destructive and disastrous. From his persistent efforts, we have to say he was very successful in achieving effective and mutually communication and cooperation with Croatian institutions of politics, science and culture, and above all with Croatian intellectuals from a wide spectrum of worldview. It is significant his contribution to fostering good relations and cooperation with other minorities, especially Albanians. He was, along with a number of other officials and employees, contributing to the preservation of the local Islamic community as an institution that brings together all Muslims from Croatia.
During 60's even before he became legal age, he was an active member of the Islamic community in his native city Tuzla. By the end of the eighties he went to Zagreb and continue his engagement there. He played very important role in developing the local Bosniac national community, and the Islamic Community in Croatia. He was an excellent manager, combining religious spirituality and tradition colored personal morality with the methods and approaches of modern management. He organized, or edited or coordinated hundreds of scientific symposiums, panel discussions, book readings, art exhibitions, concerts and a series of research projects.
Dzevad in his devotion to the idea of ​​the Bosniak and the religion of Islam always had the measure. He never fell into the traps of cheap populism, political nationalism and religious extremism. On the contrary, his view was strongly opposed. Its ethnic and national determination and zeal of believers were not for sale. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why few people who knew him, in front of him remained impassive.

Simply, people like him or watch him with touch of rivalry and envy. This latter sightings were mainly coming from those who are opposed to Dzevad as "unfair competition" as they had a source of income in religion and culture.
Some of them were sceptical about his work "but is it possible that he will do no personal gain ! ", so they  attributed him to" political conformity and belonging to some kind of interest groups.
 He didnt pay much attention, but his close friends could guess that some of these meals really" eaten away him inside ". He tried to cover it up, like a child looking forward to each new successful cultural achivment.Dževad Jogunčić was the president of the Bosniak national community for the City of Zagreb and Zagreb County, member of the Parliament of the Islamic Community in Croatia, a member of the Council for National Minorities of the Republic of Croatian, a member of the Central Committee KDBH Preporod, a member of several editorial boards of Zagreb Bosniak Muslim and publications (BBilten, Bošnjačka pismohrana, Bošnjački glas) Dzevad in Zagreb was "on his own", but in front of and behind it all was and still Bosnian. He never completely abandoned his city . He was often stayed in Tuzla , just as in Sarajevo.
As in Zagreb, Sarajevo and Tuzla, few people from culture and science circles didn't hear about him.
Many memorable people left mark in Bosnian culture and cultural history in last decades. It must be in the field of voluntary in cultural management Dzevad Jogunčić was one of precious pearls, which gap will be hard to fill.  In order to bring such an epithet there must be a lot of sacrifices. Dzevad never even complains about time and efforts he made. He was aware of the responsibility for this generation of Bosniaks, as well as the fact that "we stand on the shoulders" our predecessor. And he was appreciated predecessor.
He was keeping Memories of them. Taking responsibility and responsible performance of obligations He considered as genuine human and religious characteristics. Responsibility, the fulfillment of the promised, smile, warm words, .. Dzevad considered synonyms for Islam as the true devotion to God and a willingness to serve a man. Dzevad left us, leaving to the will of God an empty place. it is difficult, but there is hope that someone will replace.