Crimes Against Humanity Committed During the Arab Revolutions from the Perspective of International Law

Ola Gazi Abbasi, Jamil Samawi


The importance of this research lies in its subject “Crimes against humanity committed during the Arabic revolutions from the perspective of International Law", which is still one of the most important contemporary issues that keeps the international community alert. Arabs have suffered and are still suffering from heinous crimes committed, and continue to be committed during Arabic revolutions, where committers of these crimes are still at large enjoying life by escaping punishment and legal accountability.Therefore, the researchers decided to dig deep in this topic by dividing it into four topics which are as follows: the First topic will discuss the definition of crimes against humanity. The second topic to be discussed is the elements of crimes against humanity, crimes against humanity committed during the Arabic revolutions will be the third topic, and the fourth topic will be the criminal responsibility of leaders and superiors for the crimes against humanity committed during the Arabic revolutions.

Keywords: Crimes against humanity, Arabic revolutions, International Law, International courts.

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