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Crimes Against Internationally Protected Persons

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The system of international criminal law has for sometime been codified by the rules and provisions of positive international criminal law, recognizing certain activities against internationally protected persons as constituting international crimes. This chapter demonstrates that the provisions of the 1973 Convention on the criminalization of certain acts as constituting international crimes in the system of international criminal law have long been recognised in Islamic international criminal law. In Islamic international criminal law to attempt, have complicity in and/or participate in the violation of the privileges of protected persons may constitute a crime against an internationally protected person(s). Obviously, if a violation has occurred, reparation and restoration must be made, where possible, to the state of the protected persons. This includes damages to the property of the protected persons and also their companies.

Keywords: international criminal law; internationally protected persons; Islamic international criminal law



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