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|Title:||الأشخاص المشمولون بالحماية أثناء النزاعات المسلحة: دراســـــــــة مقارنــــــــــة|
|Authors:||حيدر قلوكما أتيم جادو|
|Publisher:||جامعة إفريقيا العالمية|
|Citation:||جامعة إفريقيا العالمية- عمادة الدراسات العليا والبحث العلمي والنشر- كلية الشريعة والقانون- قسم القانون العام|
|Abstract:||The study of this research dealt with "persons covered by protection during armed conflict" as it relates to the lives of many segments of societies who have nothing to do with war and conflicts, at a time when technological development resulted in the diversity of the war machine and its danger to civilians, which increased their suffering and made them flee for asylum and displacement. The aim of the research is to study the impact of the outbreak of wars and conflicts on the lives of civilians and the possibility of avoiding the damage they result from. In this research, the researcher adopted the descriptive and analytical approach to identify the rules of international and national law that recognize protection for non-combatants in conflicts, and he added that with a comparative approach to make a comparison between what Islamic law guarantees in terms of protection for these vulnerable groups, and what international humanitarian and national law guarantees. The research reached several results, the most prominent of which were: - There is no place for vulnerable groups in agreements and protocols when war breaks out. The study concluded the flexibility of international humanitarian law and emphasized that it is more comprehensive to protect those affected by war, and it includes even religious, medical and other objects. And he cared about the vulnerable segments of those afflicted in the open seas, and made a difference between combatants and non-combatants during war. - These laws are binding on all countries, even those that have not joined the United Nations. The research also reached many recommend ations, the most important of which were: - Despite the efforts made to achieve protection for those who were covered by protection, there are large segments that were not included in these segments. - International humanitarian law should evolve to keep pace with developments in the world of war, by adding new annexes of protocols to international humanitarian law. - Benefiting from the divine religions, especially the Islamic religion, when enacting laws, as these religions have high guidelines and values that are suitable for every time and place. - The necessity of issuing UN resolutions that are binding on all countries to respect human rights in a way that guarantees the equality of people in the same country in all aspects of political, economic, social and cultural life, thus removing the specter of the outbreak of internal problems.|
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