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SFT04- Terror Prevention

SFT04- Terror, radicalization and violent extremism "Prevention Systems", Preventive Laws & Policies, Preventive Initiatives

The Nuremberg definition of what is a "crime against humanity," not only for the ICC proceedings and the UN as a whole (Rome Statute), should be somehow formally "redefined," also by as many individual Nations as possible (under label variations and swift prosecution laws), to severely include "Terrorism" as a new separated and explicit category, not necessarily interconnected (like the other nine types of crimes) to "international armed conflicts" and "directed against a specific civilian population" or perpetrated on large scale to be considered so. The international Culture as a whole, in particular the juridical, diplomatic and military world. should absorb ASAP, as intolerable, any terrorist acts, including pro-suicide Jihad indoctrination, for what it really is: Crime against humanity.

 

Radical Islam: Africa Vulnerabilities (PDF)

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The 'ambition' to do Good and keep doing Good for others should have no limits!

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