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Friday, February 12, 2016

Find Your Dictator’s Crime Here! #ICC – International Criminal Court / Elements_of_Crimes Rome Statutes | Psy4mba's Blog

Pick Your Dictator’s Crime Here! ICC – International Criminal Court / Elements of Crime -Defined in Rome Statutes | Psy4mba's Blogy Wendy Wyatt cut and pasted from ICC Documents Website: 
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Elements of Crimes
Table of Contents
General introduction 1
Article 6 Genocide 2
Introduction 2
6 (a) Genocide by killing 2
6 (b) Genocide by causing serious bodily or mental harm 2
6 (c) Genocide by deliberately inflicting conditions of life calculated to bring
about physical destruction 3
6 (d) Genocide by imposing measures intended to prevent births 3
6 (e) Genocide by forcibly transferring children 3
Article 7 Crimes against humanity 5
Introduction 5
7 (1) (a) Crime against humanity of murder 5
7 (1) (b) Crime against humanity of extermination 6
7 (1) (c) Crime against humanity of enslavement 6
7 (1) (d) Crime against humanity of deportation or forcible transfer of population 6
7 (1) (e) Crime against humanity of imprisonment or other severe deprivation of
physical liberty 7
7 (1) (f) Crime against humanity of torture 7
7 (1) (g)-1 Crime against humanity of rape 8
7 (1) (g)-2 Crime against humanity of sexual slavery 8
7 (1) (g)-3 Crime against humanity of enforced prostitution 9
7 (1) (g)-4 Crime against humanity of forced pregnancy 9
7 (1) (g)-5 Crime against humanity of enforced sterilization 9
7 (1) (g)-6 Crime against humanity of sexual violence 10
7 (1) (h) Crime against humanity of persecution 10
7 (1) (i) Crime against humanity of enforced disappearance of persons, 11
7 (1) (j) Crime against humanity of apartheid 12
7 (1) (k) Crime against humanity of other inhumane acts 12
Article 8 War crimes 13
Introduction 13
Article 8 (2) (a) 13
8 (2) (a) (i) War crime of wilful killing 13
8 (2) (a) (ii)-1 War crime of torture 14
8 (2) (a) (ii)-2 War crime of inhuman treatment 14
8 (2) (a) (ii)-3 War crime of biological experiments 15
8 (2) (a) (iii) War crime of wilfully causing great suffering 15
8 (2) (a) (iv) War crime of destruction and appropriation of property 15
8 (2) (a) (v) War crime of compelling service in hostile forces 16
8 (2) (a) (vi) War crime of denying a fair trial 16
8 (2) (a) (vii)-1 War crime of unlawful deportation and transfer 17
8 (2) (a) (vii)-2 War crime of unlawful confinement 17
Elements of Crimes
8 (2) (a) (viii) War crime of taking hostages 17
Article 8 (2) (b) 18
8 (2) (b) (i) War crime of attacking civilians 18
8 (2) (b) (ii) War crime of attacking civilian objects 18
8 (2) (b) (iii) War crime of attacking personnel or objects involved in a humanitarian
assistance or peacekeeping mission 18
8 (2) (b) (iv) War crime of excessive incidental death, injury, or damage 19
8 (2) (b) (v) War crime of attacking undefended places 20
8 (2) (b) (vi) War crime of killing or wounding a person hors de combat 20
8 (2) (b) (vii)-1 War crime of improper use of a flag of truce 20
8 (2) (b) (vii)-2 War crime of improper use of a flag, insignia or uniform of the
hostile party 21
8 (2) (b) (vii)-3 War crime of improper use of a flag, insignia or uniform of the United
Nations 21
8 (2) (b) (vii)-4 War crime of improper use of the distinctive emblems of the Geneva
Conventions 22
8 (2) (b) (viii) The transfer, directly or indirectly, by the Occupying Power of parts
of its own civilian population into the territory it occupies, or the
deportation or transfer of all or parts of the population of the occupied
territory within or outside this territory 22
8 (2) (b) (ix) War crime of attacking protected objects 23
8 (2) (b) (x)-1 War crime of mutilation 23
8 (2) (b) (x)-2 War crime of medical or scientific experiments 24
8 (2) (b) (xi) War crime of treacherously killing or wounding 24
8 (2) (b) (xii) War crime of denying quarter 24
8 (2) (b) (xiii) War crime of destroying or seizing the enemy’s property 25
8 (2) (b) (xiv) War crime of depriving the nationals of the hostile power of rights or
actions 25
8 (2) (b) (xv) War crime of compelling participation in military operations 25
8 (2) (b) (xvi) War crime of pillaging 26
8 (2) (b) (xvii) War crime of employing poison or poisoned weapons 26
8 (2) (b) (xviii) War crime of employing prohibited gases, liquids, materials or devices 26
8 (2) (b) (xix) War crime of employing prohibited bullets 27
8 (2) (b) (xx) War crime of employing weapons, projectiles or materials or methods of
warfare listed in the Annex to the Statute 27
8 (2) (b) (xxi) War crime of outrages upon personal dignity 27
8 (2) (b) (xxii)-1 War crime of rape 28
8 (2) (b) (xxii)-2 War crime of sexual slavery 28
8 (2) (b) (xxii)-3 War crime of enforced prostitution 29
8 (2) (b) (xxii)-4 War crime of forced pregnancy 29
8 (2) (b) (xxii)-5 War crime of enforced sterilization 29
8 (2) (b) (xxii)-6 War crime of sexual violence 30
8 (2) (b) (xxiii) War crime of using protected persons as shields 30
8 (2) (b) (xxiv) War crime of attacking objects or persons using the distinctive
emblems of the Geneva Conventions 30
8 (2) (b) (xxv) War crime of starvation as a method of warfare 31
8 (2) (b) (xxvi) War crime of using, conscripting or enlisting children 31
Elements of Crimes
Article 8 (2) (c) 31
8 (2) (c) (i)-1 War crime of murder 31
8 (2) (c) (i)-2 War crime of mutilation 32
8 (2) (c) (i)-3 War crime of cruel treatment 32
8 (2) (c) (i)-4 War crime of torture 32
8 (2) (c) (ii) War crime of outrages upon personal dignity 33
8 (2) (c) (iii) War crime of taking hostages 33
8 (2) (c) (iv) War crime of sentencing or execution without due process 34
Article 8 (2) (e) 34
8 (2) (e) (i) War crime of attacking civilians 34
8 (2) (e) (ii) War crime of attacking objects or persons using the distinctive
emblems of the Geneva Conventions 35
8 (2) (e) (iii) War crime of attacking personnel or objects involved in a humanitarian
assistance or peacekeeping mission 35
8 (2) (e) (iv) War crime of attacking protected objects 36
8 (2) (e) (v) War crime of pillaging 36
8 (2) (e) (vi)-1 War crime of rape 36
8 (2) (e) (vi)-2 War crime of sexual slavery 37
8 (2) (e) (vi)-3 War crime of enforced prostitution 37
8 (2) (e) (vi)-4 War crime of forced pregnancy 38
8 (2) (e) (vi)-5 War crime of enforced sterilization 38
8 (2) (e) (vi)-6 War crime of sexual violence 38
8 (2) (e) (vii) War crime of using, conscripting and enlisting children 39
8 (2) (e) (viii) War crime of displacing civilians 39
8 (2) (e) (ix) War crime of treacherously killing or wounding 39
8 (2) (e) (x) War crime of denying quarter 40
8 (2) (e) (xi)-1 War crime of mutilation 40
8 (2) (e) (xi)-2 War crime of medical or scientific experiments 41
8 (2) (e) (xii) War crime of destroying or seizing the enemy’s property 41
8 (2) (e) (xiii) War crime of employing poison or poisoned weapons 41
8 (2) (e) (xiv) War crime of employing prohibited gases, liquids, materials or devices 42
8 (2) (e) (xv) War crime of employing prohibited bullets 42
Article 8 bis Crime of aggression 43
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Genocide Watch: #Genocide and #MassAtrocities #Alert: #Syria

Genocide Watch

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

GENOCIDE n SYRIA -Daily

GENOCIDE n SYRIA -Daily: GENOCIDE n SYRIA -Daily, by CaliCannabis420: #Shame4History #Bystanders4Leaders

MSF hospital in Syria hit by 'double-tap' barrel bombing | World news | The Guardian

MSF hospital in Syria hit by 'double-tap' barrel bombing | World news | The Guardian

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" A hospital supported by Médecins Sans Frontières in Homs has been partially destroyed in a “double-tap” barrel bombing, a signature tactic of the Syrian air force.

The strikes on the hospital in Zafarana, a besieged town in northern Homs, killed seven people including a young girl, MSF said in a statement, and prompted the movement to nearby field hospitals of many wounded, some of whom died on the way."
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Syria airstrike hits Médecins Sans Frontières-supported hospital | World news | The Guardian

Syria airstrike hits Médecins Sans Frontières-supported hospital | World news | The Guardian



clip from article: "An airstrike hit a hospital in southern Syria that is supported by Médecins Sans Frontières, killing three people and wounding six, the medical charity has said.
“The strike on Tafas field hospital, some 12 km (seven miles) from the Jordanian border, took place on the night of 5 February,” MSF said in a statement on Tuesday, adding that a nurse was among the casualties. “It caused partial damage to the hospital building, and put its heavily used ambulance service out of action."

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Counting Syria's Dead: Civilians, Combatants, and Air Power - The Atlantic

Counting Syria's Dead: Civilians, Combatants, and Air Power - The Atlantic

Monday, February 8, 2016

#Syria: Documenting Evil: Inside Assad’s #Hospitals of Horror | Vanity Fair

The Man Who Exposed Bashar al-Assad's War Crimes in Syria | Vanity Fair

Investigators identify site of possible sarin attack in Syria | Latest News World

Investigators identify site of possible sarin attack in Syria | Latest News World

ICRC call on int'l community at Syria Pledging Conference

ICRC call on int'l community at Syria Pledging Conference

Chemical weapons watchdog identifies possible sarin gas attack in Syria | Toronto Star

Chemical weapons watchdog identifies possible sarin gas attack in Syria | Toronto Star

ENGLISH SUBS: GRAPHIC MASSACRE: Women and children are burned and blown ...

(09-24-11) Latakia | Syria is Ours and Not Assad's

#IRAN - Photos: Dozens #arrested in #peaceful #protest in #Tehran

IRAN - Photos: Dozens arrested in peaceful protest in Tehran

UN News - All sides in Syria killing thousands of detainees in crimes against humanity, UN reports

UN News - All sides in Syria killing thousands of detainees in crimes against humanity, UN reports

Syria ‘exterminating detainees’ – UN report

Syria ‘exterminating detainees’ – UN report

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Syrian Revolutionary Dabke - Jul3,2011 #Syria #Hama

Syrian Revolutionary Dabke - YouTube
"The singer "Ibrahim Qashoush" was reported to be killed in Hama on 3 July 2011 by regime mercenaries, they cut his throat to try to stop his chant spreading"


Uploaded on Jul 2, 2011
Response from the streets of Hama to Bashar's speech, with additional music & translation added by the Creative Syrian Revolution. The singer "Ibrahim Qashoush" was reported to be killed in Hama on 3 July 2011 by regime mercenaries, they cut his throat to try to stop his chant spreading. Please spread this to prove them wrong and show their violence will never defeat us. Additional Music & Translation added by the Creative Syrian Revolution - http://www.facebook.com/CreativeSyrian