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ICRC: Are the 'rules of war' in crisis?

By Julia Crawford, JusticeInfo.net

MAY 23, 2016 – 17:00

An ICRC humanitarian convoy delivering aid to the residents of a suburb of Damascus held by rebels and under siege from government forces since 2013… 881 more words


Meet Ali Mohammed Baqir al-Nimr

Ali Mohammed Baqir al-Nimr[1] (Arabic: علي محمد باقر النمر‎) is a Saudi Arabian who as a teenager participated in the Saudi Arabian protests… 96 more words

Megillat HaNechoshet The Copper Scroll

Concerning the Restoration of

Megillat HaNechoshet 3Q15

to the Jewish People

Whereas longstanding Jewish and Arab claims have pervaded the horizon of the Middle East since at least 1947, and under the principals of pacific settlement, just Restoration of Megillat HaNechoshet 3Q15 is now due to the Jewish People effected by the Israeli-Arab conflict; and, 483 more words

Military History: Six Astounding 18th Century Rules of War

Yes, the objective of any general is to defeat the enemy, but that doesn’t mean you should be a boor about it.”

Editor’s Introduction… 774 more words

Military History

I feel like saying

‘F**k the Geneva Convention’ when fighting the likes of ISIS.  This country as seen many a war, we lived through two world wars, a Falklands war and an IRA terrorist campaign.. 581 more words

Thoughts And Opinions

On Torture and Ted Cruz

I had planned to begin this afternoon’s posts with the absolutely preposterous notion of Donald Trump as a serious contender for the Office of President of the United States (yes, we are truly there, folks), but then I read some of the crazy things Ted Cruz has been saying lately and I simply had to begin with the second best.   950 more words