Exploitation of Christian Islamic International Criminal Justice

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Farhad Malekian – Uppsala, Sweden

Series: Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Corrections
BISAC: LAW026000; LAW051000; PHI022000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/LNUN4505

In order to avoid international crimes, the concept of international peremptory criminal law promotes nonviolence on a unilateral, bilateral, and multilateral level. It is the duty of governments to defend international common norms. Similar parallel conclusions exist within the concepts of Christian Islamic justice, which identifies the parts of the law that are irrevocable. Apartheid, discrimination, slavery, torture, aggression, the unlawful use of weapons, genocide, corruption, harassment, rape, war crimes, the misuse of the natural environment, and other crimes against humanity are serious violations of Christian Islamic jus cogens norms. Essentially, Christian Islamic justice means moral values for the truth, wholehearted forgiveness, brotherhood, tolerance, loving your neighbour, and striving for equality between races, ethnicities, religions, and sexes. It also demands open-mindedness to cultivate amnesty, eagerness to decrease punishment with knowledge, alleviating the predicament of victims or the abuse of power, encouraging the intention of the principle of ex injuria jus non oritur, and consolidating the principle of ex factis jus oritur. Beyond all, the element of universal love with compassion should be the novel substance of religious discourse. A philosophy that clashes with the God of all gods should also constitute a peremptory norm of pure Christian Islamic spiritual harmony. However, almost all theological leaders of organised religions throughout the history of human civilisation have been violators of their own identical shared value of peremptory justice, and this trend persists to this day.

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Table of Contents

About the Book

Introduction

Chapter 1. Rulings in Christian Islamic Criminal Justice
1. Misunderstanding of Christian Islamic Principles
2. Evidence of Mental Law
3. Replacement of Love with the Perverse Notion of War
4. Waging Wars in the Shadow of Religion
5. One Body of Law with Multiple Misinterpretations
6. Violations of Peremptory Norms
7. Confusion of Ingredients in Christian and Islamic Legal Principles
8. Ideological Priorities Committing International Crimes
9. An Imaginary God’s Crimes
10. Powerful Ideological Motivations

Chapter 2. Defects of Dogmatic Criminal Justice
1. Evaluating the Judgment of Christ
2. Request for Basic Principles
3. Obligation to Respect Diversity
4. Virtues of Accountabilities
5. Violating Virtues.
6. Controlling Theories of Criminal Justice
7. Justice with Split
8. Comparative Identification of Crimes
9. Peremptory Criminal Elements
10. Preconceptions of Criminal Justice
11. Struggling against Differentiations
12. Lack of Curiosity in the Corps of Justice
13. Comparative Highlighting of Rules

Chapter 3. International Peremptory Norms
1. Spiritual Peremptory Norms.
2. Null and Void Justice.
3. Validity of Human Rights
4. Need for Comparative Analysis
5. Comparative Developments of Rights
6. Shortcomings in the Recognition of Pluralism
7. Combining against Inhumanity
8. No Contradiction between Norms
9. Solving Similarities and Dissimilarities
10. Adaptable Definition of the Statute of ICJ
11. Listing a Range of Peremptory Norms

Chapter 4. Resolutions on International Wars
1. Developing the Idea of War
2. Seeking Theological Justice
3. Requests for Fundamental Principles
4. Religious Monopolisation of Wars
5. Metaphysics of War
6. The Basics of Christian and Islamic Criminal Obligations
7. The Mission of Justice
8. General Prohibition of Killing
9. Mission of Love for Agape
10. Dismissal of Unrealistic Ideologies
11. International Criminal Regulation
12. Seeking Unanimity on Justice

Chapter 5. Margins of Human Rights
1. Social Development of Religion
2. Similarity between Norms
3. Justice of Rights
4. Force of Theological Rights
5. Right to Denounce Divisions
6. Vigilant Christian Islamic Identification of Violence
7. Cordiality for Justice
8. Misinterpretation of Both Theories
9. Declaring Humanity for Inhumanity
10. Violating General Principles
11. Confusion between Justices

Chapter 6. Judgements on Genocide
1. The Virginity of Justice
2. The Minimum Standards of Civilisation
3. Genocide against Morality
4. Identification of Genocide
5. Intention to Prevent Animosity
6. Diverse Values: Preventing Genocide
7. Genocide against Humanity
8. Misuse of Theological Justice by Politicians.
9. Genocide for the Occupation of Power
10. Ideological Force Causing Genocide
11. Similar Rules of Prevention

Chapter 7. Violating the Substance of Jurisdiction
1. What Constitutes a Peremptory Norm of Justice?
2. Criminal Orientation for Simplicity
3. Atrocities in Punishment
4. Violation of the Law of Forgiveness
5. Violation of Indispensable Norms
6. Abandoning the Wrong Principle
7. Preaching Enlightenment
8. Baptizing Criminal Judgments.
9. Substituting Judgments with Love
10. Combining Judgments

Chapter 8. Conclusion

Bibliography

Index

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