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On the other hand the term "musliman" (with small m) had the meaning of Muslim exclusively in the religious sense.

The way out was to choose an old geographical name Bosniak, which traditionally denoted any citizen of Bosnia - either Croat (as we said, many of them have Bosniak as a surname), or Muslim, or Serb.

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There were many disputes even about the name of "Muslimani", which was defined to have only the national content (i.e.

one could have been Musliman without being religious at all, as was the case for example with Raif Dizdarevic, former president of former Yugoslavia; of course, his predecessors were Muslims).

Of course, we do not deny the right of Muslim - Bosniaks to call themselves Bosniaks.

We would like to indicate that the name of Bosniaks does not refer exclusively to Bosnian Muslims, but to Bosnian Croats too.

The aim of this article is to indicate deep connections between the Croats and Muslim Bosniaks (= Bosnjaci - Muslimani).

In order to avoid misunderstanding we shall rather use their descriptional name - Muslim Slavs.

During the initial ceremonial greetings they had with Rustem - pasha Hrvat (= Croat) the conversation led in Turkish with an official interpreter was suddenly interrupted. One of the oldest texts written in Arabica (which is in fact Arabic script for the Croatian language) is a love song called "Chirvat-trkisi" (= Croatian song) from 1588, written by a certain Mehmed in Bosnia.

Rustem - pasha Hrvat asked in Croatian if Zay and Vrancic spoke Croatian language. Sed et Verancius itidem, quum eum Croatice ob quaedam severius dicta lenire vellet, dixit.. This manuscript is held in the National Library in Vienna.

Some of the most outstanding Croatian writers and intellectuals of the Muslim faith in Bosnia and Herzegovina are: etc.

Anybody wishing to study the history of Islamic culture in Bosnia-Herzegovina seriously should consult numerous works of Hamdija Kresevljakovic (1888-1959), an outstanding Muslim Croat, member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb, author of an important monograph about history of Croatian literature in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

It was forbidden during the 70 years' ex-Yugoslav period. Pigaffetta wrote that almost everybody on the Turkish court in Constantinople knows the Croatian language, and especially soldiers. 1515-1578), was a Croatian Ottoman admiral and an Ottoman Vizier.

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