Paralysing International Criminal Justice

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Farhad Malekian
Uppsala, Sweden

Series: Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Corrections; Human Rights: Contemporary Issues and Perspectives
BISAC: LAW026000

Even though the injustices occurring against the Palestinians are alarming, no government is assisting the victims. The gavel of lady justice has been stolen by the permanent members of the Security Council, and thus, no state has spoken out against the injustices. The judges and prosecutors of the international courts are threatened by the dialogues of the powerful authorities, and they even celebrate the mourning of the broken dreams of the innocent children. The Palestinian population has been subjected to genocide, annihilation, banishment, and terror at the hands of the grandchildren of those who themselves greatly suffered from the genocide in Europe — and still this situation has been referred to as the deal of the century. For a long period of time, the territorial integrity, the traditional sovereignty, the spiritual capital, and the international legal personality of one of the oldest nations of the world have been suffering, arguably to feed the political laundering of other nations. Without any hesitation, the principles of dignity, justice, and equality allegedly upheld by the United Nations should be questioned given the inequity in voting and membership within the organisation. This book seeks bare justice and to tackle the grave violations of international criminal justice in Palestine and elucidate the fact that the notions of irresponsibility, non-accountability, and impunity are stronger than the corpus of the permanent International Criminal Court.

The pillars of this book are addressed to every single individual of the universe who cares for the virtue of moral justice.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Struggling for Companionate Justice

Chapter 2. Crimes of Justice

Chapter 3. The Notion of International Legal Personality

Chapter 4. Traditional Recognition of Palestine

Chapter 5. Violations of International Peremptory Criminal Law

Chapter 6. The Mens Rea of Political Laundering Crucifying Al-Quds/Jerusalem

Chapter 7. Actus Reus of the Declaration Implying the Guilty Mind

Chapter 8. Characterising Dignity through the Exploitation of Legal Personality

Chapter 9. Conclusion

Index

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