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Investigation on Mosul Circumstances

The Freemuslim Association Inc., in an open letter, invites the United Nations to make further investigation about the circumstances of bombing Al-Mosel. FreeMuslim expresses strong dissatisfaction about what happened in regards to the Mosul area in the North of Iraq, inviting the United Nations to procedure clear and serious investigation about circumstances and clarifying the reasons behind it. As medical and on the ground sources revealed, dozens of victims fall from bombing operations by alliance forces, in the Mosul, through the current battles with the terrorist organization ISIS. The organization entices that falling of big numbers of civilians through...

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International measures to protect children affected by armed conflicts

1977: First Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions (Additional Protocol I) provides that states shall take “all feasible measures in order that children who have not attained the age of fifteen years do not take a direct part in hostilities and, in particular, they shall refrain from recruiting them into their armed forces. 1986: Agenda on psychosocial impact of war on children. 1989: Convention on the Rights of the Child 1990: African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child 1993: United Nations General Assembly adopts resolution 48/157 on the Protection of Children Affected by Armed Conflicts, in...

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Women Rights and Judicial Reform

In addressing women rights in each society requires changes and reform on different levels of society, and Judicial Reform is one of the reforms that may work in certain countries, and may not be applicable in some other countries due to lack of resources or other health priorities in achieving women rights. According to a research done by Dr. Jennifer F. Klot, titled Women and Peace Building she elaborates on Judicial Reform; “Increasing women’s access to justice requires legal reforms that bringformal and traditional justice systems into conformity with human rights norms andstandards. Ending gender discrimination requires technical support...

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The Bahraini regime should address the situation on hand before it becomes a Chaos

The shocking news of the death sentences implemented by the Bahraini regime against three activists; Sami Mushaima (42), Ali Al-Singace (21) and Abbas Al-Samea (27), is worrying and alarming. The organization is expressing a great worry about the consequences of the tragic and the dramatic situations in the state of Bahrain. By implementing these illegal provisions, the organization sees that the Bahraini regime has cancelled any efforts to fix the situation, and escape from the crisis that the nation has been suffering from for more than five consecutive years. It is an escape forward by aggravating the already profound crisis, with a...

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High Level Forum on Combating Anti-Muslim Discrimination and Hatred

January 17th 2017   On January 17, the Permanent Missions of the United States and Canada to the United Nations, the Permanent Observer Mission of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to the United Nations, and the European Union Delegation to the United Nations jointly hosted the High- Level Forum on Combating Anti-Muslim Discrimination and Hatred. Director of Freemuslim Association Inc., MujtabaAkhwand attended this high level forum alongside with more than hundred activists, and human rights with the hope of gathering all tools possible to combat Anti-Muslim discrimination, nationally and internationally. The day-long event at the United Nations examines the...

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