The Jerusalem Observer organizes a seminar entitled “the right of prohibition in Jerusalem and C areas

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Sunday, 16 October, 2011 | 00:59 | Wadi Hilweh Information Center – Silwan, Jerusalem

Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) — The Jerusalem observer for Human rights in cooperation with Beit E’nan forum organized a legal seminar entitled with the right to prohibition right in Jerusalem and the C area. under the international conventions’ Umbrella.
Mr. Zaid Tubassi al Ayoubi the head of Jerusalem Observer for human rights  spoke and addressed the significance of the prohibition rights in the international treaties within occupation.
The head of the observer presented the responsibilities of the Israeli occupation in Jerusalem and the West Bank  as an occupied territory, especially according to the fourth Geneva Convention, and Lahay treaty in 1967 which banded Israel as an occupation state to harm civilians and their homes and properties , insuring that all the occupation procedures particularly, evacuation and demolish ones that are carried out in Jerusalem and the C  areas , all these are considered flagrant violations for the Human International law.
He also stressed at the end of the seminar -which has the   University students participants and a number of locals from Biet E’nan – on the necessity to activate the tools of the International law specifically , on the level of the international criminal court according to   its basic system  for the year 1988 which says  all of what the Israeli Authority does , are considered crimes against humanity, and war crimes ,especially , the operations of evacuation, the compulsory  immigration and house demolishing.

The head of Jerusalem observer demanded at the end of his seminar the international organizations to hold their responsibilities concerning the Palestinians  protection from the scheduled and mannered  violations , in addition to bringing the Israeli leaders  who  are responsible for such crimes to the International Justice.

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