The talking points, written one month after the events of 9/11, strongly imply that the crime had been committed by Muslim fundamentalists. Read more . . .
Some international law issues arising from the events of 9/11 by Elias Davidsson 9 April 2006 The events of 9/11 are of crucial importance with regard to the current development of international law for various reasons: (a) Questions arise about … Read more . . .
U.S. in violation with UN resolutions on 9/11 by Elias Davidsson (Initially published 12 June 2004, revised on 18 July 2005) Demanding that UN member states act with the aim of identifying and prosecuting the perpetrators of the attacks of 11 … Read more . . .
NATO designates the 9/11 attacks as an attack on the United States emanating from Afghanistan. Source: Canada and NATO: The Campaign Against TerrorismMinistry of Foreign Affairs, Canada.http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/foreign_policy/nato/nato-en.asp […] The North Atlantic Council, NATO’s top decision-making body, invoked the spirit of … Read more . . .
Hansard (Canada), 2 October 2001 Mr. Bryon Wilfert (Oak Ridges, Lib.): Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to comment on the motion before the House and indicate that from the beginning the government has condemned and deplored the horrific acts on … Read more . . .
Ms. Alexa McDonough (Halifax, NDP) moved: That this House (a) condemn the terrorist attacks in the United States on September 11, 2001, as crimes against humanity, and call for the perpetrators to be brought to justice in accordance with international … Read more . . .