Commission of Inquiry on Lebanon established by the Human Rights Council – 2nd Special session Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Lebanon … Read more . . .
Netherlands could be safe haven for war criminals: leaked memo Adri Nieuwhof, The Electronic Intifada, 8 February 2011 A leaked secret memorandum from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs suggests the government is seeking to ensure Israeli and other foreign officials … Read more . . .
Israeli pilot describes ‘good strike’ that killed 15 Gazans in 2002 A crewman involved in the assassination of Hamas military leader Salah Shehadeh recently spoke with students about the controversial incident By Amira Hass,January 14, 2011 The airmen who bombed the home … Read more . . .
“War criminals” leak strikes at heart of Israeli society By Paul Larudee 23 November 2010 Paul Larudee considers the implications for Israel and its armed forces of the leaking of the details of 200 Israeli military personnel who participated in the … Read more . . .
Israeli war criminals had better hope for Palestinian amnesty By Gilad Atzmon 25 November 2010 Gilad Atzmon argues that the publication of the names and other details of 200 Israeli war crimes suspects who participated in the onslaught against Gaza in … Read more . . .
Humanitarian bombers in court By Noah Tucker, 27 January 2004 For the first time since the Nuremburg trials of Nazis in 1946,the former leadership of a western country was forced to attend court yesterday to defend accusations that their country … Read more . . .
Families of Gaza flotilla victims accuse Israel of war crimes in The Hague Delegation representing 300 activists files complaint over Israel’s raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla which left 9 activists dead. By The Associated Press http://www.haaretz.com/misc/writers/the-associated-press-1.237 and Danna Harman <http://www.haaretz.com/misc/writers/danna-harman-1.288434> … Read more . . .
http://www.nrhz.de/flyer/beitrag.php?id=15554 Inland ARD-Tagesschau, Oeter und Westerwelle klären über gezieltes Töten auf Furchtbare Rechtsausleger Von Volker Bräutigam “(…) Die Internationale Sicherheitsunterstützungstruppe (ISAF) ist autorisiert, alle erforderlichen Maßnahmen einschließlich der Anwendung militärischer Gewalt zu ergreifen, um das Mandat gemäß Resolution 1833 … Read more . . .
Economic oppression as a crime against humanity 2924_econoppressionc … Read more . . .
Collective punishment and crimes against humanity in Eastern Ethiopia Report by Human Rights Watch, 11 June 2008Download this Report Summary Tens of thousands of ethnic Somali civilians living in eastern Ethiopia’s SomaliRegionalState are experiencing serious abuses and a looming humanitarian … Read more . . .
Assassinations, Peace and State Violence in India and Pakistan By Abdul Malik Mujahid, President, Sound Vision, and Chair Council for a Parliament of World Religions, The Huffington Post, 4 Nov. 2009 It was way past midnight in Chicago when I … Read more . . .
Collective Punishment of Trapped Civilians in the ‘No Fire Zone’ in Sri Lanka Should Stop! http://www.asiantribune.com/?q=node/17495By Dr. Siri Gamage – Australia, 15.4.2009Asian Tribune The reported death and injury to a large number of Tamil civilians in the so-called ‘No Fire Zone’ in … Read more . . .
EU warns against ‘collective punishment’ in Gaza http://in.reuters.com/article/idINIndia-30214320071029 (Reuters, 29.10.2007) – The European Union warned Israel on Monday against imposing “collective punishment” on the 1.5 million Palestinians in the Gaza Strip by reducing the territory’s fuel supplies. Israel began implementing … Read more . . .
In favor of collective punishment Reader’s letter to the Jerusalem Post, 28.1.2010http://www.jpost.com/Home/Article.aspx?id=167101 Sir, – Regarding “Amnesty International report claims Israeli blockade of Gaza is collective punishment” (January 18), is war possible without collective punishment? In another headline the same day, … Read more . . .
Pakistan army ‘punishes civilians’ Amnesty International accuses troops of harassing families fleeing fighting By Andrew Buncombe in IslamabadSaturday, 24 October 2009, The Independent (UK) Civilians trying to flee the conflict zone in South Waziristan may be suffering collective punishment at … Read more . . .
On 20 May 2008, the Pakistan Army conducted collective punishment against a village called Spinkai, located in the frontier province of Pakistan. The operation was called ‘zalzala’ which is Urdu for earthquake. At first, the Pakistan Army swept through with helicopter gunships, artillery and … Read more . . .
http://english.aljazeera.net/focus/2010/06/2010616131858756851.html UPDATED ON:THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2010 12:07 MECCA TIME, 09:07 GMT The meaning of strangulation By Mark LeVine The remarks were not made in anger or haste, as were the now infamous, flippant and ill-conceived comments that cost White House reporter … Read more . . .
United States’ Foreseeability, Awareness and Knowledge of the Consequences of the Sanctions Against Iraq Elias Davidsson 2004 Introduction In order to determine to which extent individual leaders who imposed and maintained economic sanctions against Iraq can be held responsible for the … Read more . . .
State policy as an element of international crimes Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Spring, 2008 by William A. Schabas I. INTRODUCTION “Crimes against international law are committed by men, not by abstract entities, and only by punishing individuals who … Read more . . .
Published 02:28 30.01.09 Latest update 02:28 30.01.09 ‘You are killing people,’ Erdogan tells Peres By Haaretz Staff and Agencies Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan stalked off the stage yesterday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland after sparring with President … Read more . . .