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BH Dani

BH Dani
Editor Senad Pećanin
Format Magazine
Circulation 25,000 per week [1]
First issue 3 September 1992 (1992-09-03)
Website BH Dani

BH Dani stands for Bosanskohercegovački Dani (Bosnian pronunciation: ; English translation: Bosnian-Herzegovinian Days) is a Bosnian language weekly magazine published in Bosnia and Herzegovina.


  • Editorial 1
  • Notable columnists and journalists (in the past issues) 2
  • Sister publications 3
  • References 4


BH Dani focuses on exposing corruption in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Another favourite subject is Rijaset, the governing body of Bosnian Muslims and its Grand Mufti Mustafa Cerić. The magazine ardently criticizes what they perceive as the rampant corruption and nepotism in the Islamic community of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and often gives the platform to those who oppose Mufti Cerić and his appointees. Due to its frequent criticism of Bosnian Muslim sympathy towards Arab volunteers who came to join the Bosnian Army following massacres on Bosnian Muslims by Serb and, to a lesser extent, Croat forces in the 1992-1995 Bosnian War, it is seen by some as an anti-Muslim publication.

Notable columnists and journalists (in the past issues)

Sister publications

  • Oslobođenje - daily newspaper
  • Auto Dani - a monthly car magazine supplement
  • Ljepota & Zdravlje - a monthly health and beauty magazine supplement
  • Biblioteka Dani - a book publishing house


  1. ^ The magazine claims that each copy is read by an average 4.6 people, thus giving it readership of 100,000 people.
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