Sunday, April 28, 2013

Omar khadr was protected by the treaties and protocols of the Geneva Convention?

                                                                  DID OMAR KHADR IS A MARTYR OF THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT DICTATORSHIP?

Declaration on the Protection of Women and Children in Emergency and Armed Conflict.

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The Declaration on the Protection of Women and Children in Emergency and Armed Conflict was adopted by the United Nations in 1974 and went into force the same year. It was proposed by the United Nations Economic and Social Council, on the grounds that women and children are often the victims of wars, civil unrest, and other emergency situations that cause them to suffer "inhuman acts and consequently suffer serious harm".[1]
1 Overview2 See also3 External links4 References



Declaration states that women and children suffer victimization during

armed conflict due to "suppression, aggression, colonialism, racism, alien domination and foreign subjugation". The Declaration specifically prohibits attacks and bombing of civilian populations (Article 1) and the use of chemical and biological weapons on civilian populations (Article 2). Article 3 requires states to abide by the [[Geneva Protocol]] of 1925 and the Geneva Convention of 1949. The Declaration also requires countries to take measures to end "persecution, torture, punitive measures, degrading treatment and violence" especially when they are targeted against women and children, as well as recognizing "imprisonment, torture, shooting, mass arrests, collective punishment, destruction of dwellings, and forcible evictions"
Child Soldiers

Human Rights Law also addresses the issue of children in armed conflicts. The 1989 Convention on the rights of the child (UNCRC), which has gained universal acceptance in different countries, is the primary instrument. The convention defines a child as a person below the age of eighteen.

                     Did Omar Khadr confess publicly having committed a crime?

The vilest mistake that can commit a tyrant is to torment in mind, body and soul helpless children, and to bring to the sight of a soldier of thousands battles.  

Cruelest Criminals from the Children’s Aids Societies

Rob Mc Mullen                                                                                                                                  Franz Norizt (alias Francisco Naris)                                                                                                                                                              Daniela (alias dangerous)Warning

Government vicious criminals;the agony imposed on our children do not deserve forgiveness, because toddler's psychological and physical injuries are bleeding always in our sight and mind. Callous wounds that will never heal!

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