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Open Human Rights Violation Cases in International Court of Justice


Sep 8, 2009
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Open Human Rights Violation Cases in International Court of Justice
on Torture charges

a) Islamabad police
b) Facilitators

  • If the current violation against basic human rights are not preserved, court cases should be opened in International Court of Justice to put a leash on Islamabad Police and the criminal elements.

  • Build up case on the Culprits most of these Islamabad police or their handlers will have a safe heaven located in foreign lands post retirement

Stay one step ahead of criminals

Confiscate their illegal wealth in UAE and Qatar safe heaven

Find out where the bastards hid the 2 billion given from Qatar for policing world cup

Pakistanis overseas should open up cases overseas against Islamabad Police

  • Demand UN observation of Elections

  • Find the members of , Islamabad Torture Cell and track their wealth overseas thru World Court

And Ban this Torture Tola from going on Foreign UN missions
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Charges Attack on Women

  • Attacked on Women Day
  • Second Attack March 17th

Charges Attack on Elderly

Delivery of Unknown Chemical into Residence of Imran Khan

Attack on unarmed residents of Home and their Guest

(Imran Khan had advance bail and was not even at home visiting court)

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Make a file out of this and send File a Complaint with International Court of Justice

1- Political Activist invited to court for fictional cases
Then attack in Premises of the Court and it's court yard.

2- No case hearing took place and observe the violent scenes , 2 civilian vs 400 police ready to abuse (various mafia gangsters mixed in group)

3- Mean while the man who visited the court to fight the allegation his home is ransacked by the Police and Gangstermafia (mixed in with police)
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Attack on Disabled political worker after kidnapping
  • The mentally incapable man was beaten by 40 men and then taken in custody and later died , doctor report showed all bones in hands and legs were broken

Beating people who clearly were seated on ground and had surrendered peacefully

I wonder if these police officers are noonies and thugs or just thugs
Salman Akram Raja ...said worst time in the history of Pakistan. Where the constitution is in constant violation ..
International court of justice ?

Oh Muslims are victims ? Sorry it’s out of our jurisdiction !
When PDM took over why didn't Pakistanis come out on the street by the millions? I don't understand, you take no action when its needed most then wonder why you are getting beaten. If you want to be free from this mafia then you have to work for it.
International court of justice ?

Oh Muslims are victims ? Sorry it’s out of our jurisdiction !

You are fortuitously correct.

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) does not deal with bringing rights abusers to (Western) justice. That is the job of the ICC (International Criminal Court).

Here are the differences between the two:

The ICC has jurisdiction over individuals who commit certain international crimes, such as war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide, while the ICJ has jurisdiction over disputes between states.

Nature of cases:
The ICC focuses on criminal cases against individuals, while the ICJ deals with legal disputes between countries.

Parties to the case:
In ICC cases, the prosecution brings charges against individuals accused of committing international crimes, while in ICJ cases, states are parties to the dispute and bring claims against each other.

Binding decisions:
The ICC's decisions are binding on individuals and states that have ratified the Rome Statute, while the ICJ's decisions are binding only on the parties to the dispute.

The ICC is composed of independent judges and a prosecutor - presently a British Ahmadi person, who has brought the recent case against Putin - while the ICJ is composed of judges elected by the United Nations General Assembly and the Security Council.

So, yes, any attempt to bring charges against Pakistani officers would not be within the ICJ's jurisdiction.

We thus turn to the ICC - does this body have the jurisdiction to indict Pakistani officers as per our emotional OP's wishes? Unfortunately for him, no again.

Reason? Pakistan is not a signatory to the Rome Statute, which is a prerequisite to being an ICC member state. See here for verification.

So, much like Putin's "indictment", which is unenforceable since Russia is also not a signatory to the Rome Statute, any attempt to do the same with Pakistani officers will also fall flat. At least as long as Putin and said officers do not step foot in a country which is an ICC member state.

Make a file out of this and send File a Complaint with International Court of Justice

Yes, please do. Here is their address:

International Court of Justice
Peace Palace
Carnegieplein 2
2517 KJ The Hague
The Netherlands
Telephone : +31 70 302 23 23

Let us all know their response if you hear back from them.

How about you demanding instead that our own court system gifted to us by the Anglo-Saxons be replaced so that Islam's divine justice can be enforced in our lands?

Surely those who wish for Riyasat-i-Madinah would welcome that, no?

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