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International Humanitarian Law between War and Peace
Dr. Hannan Drewil Mohammed
Volume: 12 Issue: 4 2022
This study dealt with the issue of the difficulties of applying international humanitarian law, because of its importance in light of international and non-international armed conflicts, in terms of alleviating the pain and suffering of the victims of international and non-international armed conflicts. Material and personal law in accordance with the provisions of the four Geneva Conventions of 1949 and the two Additional Protocols of 1977, and the difficulties facing the mechanisms of material application on both the national and international sides, and since the judicial mechanisms are important in holding the violators of international humanitarian law accountable, the study meant to talk about the national judicial mechanisms and the difficulties they face, and the judicial mechanisms The international humanitarian law and the difficulties it faces, which negatively affect the exercise of its tasks entrusted to it, and the study concluded several results, the most important of which are: The rules of international humanitarian law are mandatory for all countries, and the study concluded with several recommendations, the most important of which are: All countries must work to integrate the texts and provisions of international humanitarian law into their internal laws To ensure its proper application without difficulties.
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