Archive for the tag "ICRC"
It’s hard to get unbiased views on Gaza. You might discount Al Jazeera or Tony Blair but not the UN. Sir Roger did some research and recommends reading it all
Posted: 5 June, 2010 in legal, Media, politics and government, Racism, Religion, values, Video.
Tags: Al Jazeera, Blair, blockade, chocolate, construction supplies, Gaza, Geneva Convention, humanitarian aid, ICRC, international law, israel, medical supplies, Netanyahu, OHCHR, palestine, Palestinian, peace, peace activists, political values, Red Crescent, red cross, UN, United Nations, UNRWA, values, war crimes, West Bank
Israel quotes the “San Remo Accord” as if it gave them legitimate right to board civilian craft in international waters. But it does not and you’ll see why.
Posted: 2 June, 2010 in Australian Values.
Tags: Armed Conflicts, blockade, bogus claims, civilian, Gaza, humanitarian, humanitarian organization, ICRC, International Humanitarian Law, international law, israel, law, Law of the Sea, legal, military, red cross, Regev, San Remo, San Remo Manual, Sea, war, warfare