A Brief History of the Yugoslav Wars In 1980, the president of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Josip Broz Tito, passed away. In the lead-up to his death and especially since, many have posited that Yugoslavia was destined to disintegrate without Tito, arguing that his sole personality held the country together rather than the League of Communists or any shared ideology. What was a multi-ethnic, multi-confessional western Balkan nation of people with a broadly common culture and a bloody commingled history would violently break apart into seven separate states whose current bilateral relationships are often antagonistic and even edge towards renewed conflict.
There is actually an entire academic book written about the mujahidin in Bosnia based on interviews with many Arab and Bosnian ex-members. Among other things it corrects the record about al-Dawsary being the leader of the jihad brigade (he wasn't, but was confused for someone else). https://www.sup.org/books/title/?id=24702