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International Organization for Human Rights and International Law Launches a report on terrorism and human rights

The International Organization for Human Rights and International Law issued a report on terrorism and human rights in an urgent appeal to the relevant international institutions and bodies in order to work together to reach a special international agreement to formulate a consensus definition of terrorism in all its forms and ways of combating it.
In the preamble to the report:

(Terrorism represents a threat to human security and lives of people and their civilization, which is not governed by a law, values or morality, characterized by violence and the unlawful use of force and oppression, it is a crime of direct attack on a group of traditional human rights, foremost of which is the right to life because of the indiscriminate killing of terrorism, the right to integrity of the body and the freedom of opinion and expression together with the fear and horror that terrorism entails, in addition to all the other rights and freedoms that are entrenched in terrorism such as the right to property, movement, housing, culture, education and other civil, political, economic, cultural and social rights.)
The report was divided into ten sections:

I. The concept of terrorism and its definitions
II. Terrorism as an international crime
III. Definitions of Terrorism
IV. The causes and motives of terrorism in general
V. The role of the media
VI. International conventions and protocols against terrorism
VII. Special Conventions: Prevent and punish acts of terrorism directed against individuals and persons with international protection
VIII. Terrorism in International Law: The Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy was discussed.
IX. War on terror and international humanitarian law
X. Conclusions and recommendations
The report also cited an internationally recognized model of the so-called "Islamic State Organization".

For more details, see the report, which is available in Arabic and English.

International Organization for Human Rights and International Law
Central Information Authority 26/6/2019