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MY LATEST CREATORS SYNDICATE COLUMN: This week the International Criminal Court convicted an Islamis…

MY LATEST CREATORS SYNDICATE COLUMN: This week the International Criminal Court convicted an Islamist terrorist on the charge of destroying cultural heritage sites. Does it matter when radical Islamists believe the conqueror who brings the true religion has the right to erase the false gods?

Jailing Jihadis for Destroying Treasures

How the International Criminal Court is prosecuting a Malian al Qaeda terrorist for the desecration of history in Timbuktu.

Timbuktu shrines razed as 'examples', witness tells ICC

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

A Malian jihadist accused of attacking the fabled desert city of Timbuktu chose its most revered ancient shrines for destruction "to serve as examples", the International Criminal Court heard on Tuesday. Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi pleaded...Show More Summary

Mastermind Of Destruction Of Timbuktu’s Medieval Shrines Pleads Guilty At The Hague

“Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi is the first Islamist militant to stand trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. He’s also the first person to ever plead guilty at the court. And the charges against him at the ICC are also a first: cultural destruction tied to his actions, and those of his rebels, […]

UK Labour Leadership | Cultural Vandalism on Trial at The Hague

Voting begins today in the UK Labour leadership race as Owen Smith battles Jeremy Corbyn over what direction the party takes next; and the first individual to be tried at the International Criminal Court pleads guilty to cultural vandalism.

CNN: “In Historic First, International Criminal Court Has Classified Destroying Cultural Artifacts as a War Crime”

From CNN: In a historic first, the International Criminal Court has classified destroying cultural artifacts as a war crime. It follows the trial of jihadist Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi, who pleaded guilty Monday to destroying religious monuments in the ancient city of Timbuktu in Mali. [Clip] Mahdi, also known as “Abou Tourab,” was charged in March […]

Destroying History Is Now Being Charged As A War Crime

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

An Islamist fighter has pleaded guilty in the Hague for destroying parts of the fabled West African trading city of Timbuktu, in the International Criminal Court’s first case based on the destruction of cultural artifacts. Ahmad al-Faqi...Show More Summary

Islamist Extremist Pleads Guilty to Destroying Timbuktu Mausoleums in Historic ICC Trial

Islamist extremist Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi has pled guilty at the International Criminal Court (ICC) to the destruction of cultural heritage. The trial marks the first time that the court has considered cultural vandalism as a war crime. Al-Mahdi’s...Show More Summary

Islamic Extremist Pleads Guilty to Destroying Holy Sites in Mali

3 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The trial that signals the first time the International Criminal Court has pursued a prosecution for the destruction of cultural artifacts as a war crime.

Islamist Militant on Trial in Hague Over Destruction of Timbuktu Shrines

3 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The trial of an Islamist militant over the destruction of holy sites in Timbuktu during Mali's 2012 conflict began in the Hague on Monday, the first at the International Criminal Court to cite destroying cultural artifacts as a war crime.

Islamist militant on trial in Hague over destruction of Timbuktu shrines

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The trial of an Islamist militant over the destruction of holy sites in Timbuktu during Mali's 2012 conflict began in the Hague on Monday, the first at the International Criminal Court to cite destroying cultural artifacts as a war crime.

Islamist fighters target 'un-Islamic' cultural heritage

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

From Mali to Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq, Islamist fighters have regularly turned their sights on the priceless vestiges of peoples' cultural heritage -- for being un-Islamic. The International Criminal Court on Monday opens the trial...Show More Summary

Five things to know about Mali's holy sites

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

The trial of a Malian jihadist charged with war crimes for orchestrating the 2012 destruction of nine Timbuktu mausoleums and a section of a famous mosque opens Monday at the International Criminal Court (ICC). How did the monumentsShow More Summary

Erdogan Democracy... My Way Or High Way

In the Nicole Kidman movie The Interpreter, it turned out at the end that the plot to assassinate the tyrannical president Edmund Zuwanie -- whom the U.N. was considering to indict to stand trial in the International Criminal Court --...Show More Summary

Preventing crimes and suffering through justice

Inside the courtrooms of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and in local communities, we are hearing the voices of those who have survived some the world's most heinous crimes. Stories of tremendous loss. Stories of human suffering that could have - and should have - been prevented. Show More Summary

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the International Criminal Court, But Were Too Afraid to Ask

Perhaps you’re a journalist with an unfortunate penchant for referring to the ICC as “the World Court” (sorry, that’s the ICJ) or suggesting that it will hear cases related to decades-ago atrocities (nope, temporal jurisdiction is a thing). Or maybe you’re a student… Continue Reading ?

Egyptian Lawmakers Call for Int'l Trial of Bush, Blair for Iraq War Crimes

The Arab Affairs Committee of the Egyptian Parliament called on the UN Security Council on Friday to request the International Criminal Court hear a trial against former US President George Bush and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair for war crimes related to the invasion of Iraq.

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