Sorry I can not tell you about the idividuals except they were evidently of Islamic faith.The surnames are derived from Turkish words:
MURATAGIæ, Murat is a male given name meaning gift or desire, ag from aga which is a civil leader in Turkey, the ic ending meaning son of.
KURBEGOVIæ, kur meaning courtship, beg from Turkish bey meaning military officer and again the IC meaning son of
Husniya from Hüseyin - grandson of Muhammed
Ziba could be from the Turkish Sahiba - Beautiful, charming, pleasant
Asima, feminine form of Asim, meaning protector
Alija (Croatian sp of Aliyah) meaning to ascend Djulaga
Hatidja not certain but it may be f. form of Hatim, determined
Ifeta again not sure but could be f. of Afif, chaste
Mujo even though Mujo is a very popular name I am not certain of the meaning.
The folks are descended from Slavs who lived in the region before the Ottoman invasion in the 15th century.It was around that time that surnames were being developed, as the Ottoman required collection of taxes and military conscription thus the need for surnames...
A search at Google.com finds several hundred hits for each surname.
Both names are found in various counties of Bosnia phone book.