Can you imagine the mixed feelings here is an American soldier got killed or wounded in Bosnia, sadness for the loss of a life, anger for the loss of an American, and a big wet sticky patch at the front of everyones trousers at the excitement of a good old fashion Bosnian bashing orgy.
Cheers laddies, see you on the front line again.
the only problem with your POV (ie just a few Mujhadeen in BiH ) is that there was a moderate Muslim leader who Clinton refused to support. This Muslim leader also happened to be the legally elected President of Bosnia, Fikret Abdic.
Instead of supporting the moderate Abdic, Clinton funded, trained, supplied, and promoted the radical Islamic fanatics of Iztbegovic.
As for a 'small' number of Mujhadeen, the Iztebgovic forces had many Mujhadeen units.....among which were the 5th Mujhadeen brigade, the 7th, most of the V corps was pretty seriously Muslim religious fanatics, and of course the infamous 28th Division responsible for the slaughter of some 3,100 innocent villagers (Muslim, Catholic, and Orthodox)
It is really a bit surprising that you were in BiH and failed to see the many obvious signs of Mujhadeen all over. The green flags, the guys with white head scarfs, the graffiti..........it was all there for anyone who had eyes to see.
Of course, the political officers in the English dominated British Army were good at spinning the reality.