ICC Accepts A Lawsuit Against Erdogan And Al-Sarraj’s Crimes In Libya


The Libyan Organization for Terrorism and Extremism Victims and Afro-Asian Center For Studies And Consultations prosecute a case against Erdogan and Al-Serrej

Today, Wednesday, the International Criminal Court in Dee Haag city, Netherlands accepted a case submitted by The Libyan Organization for Terrorism and Extremism Victims and Afro-Asian Center For Studies And Consultations to the Office of the ICC Prosecutor. The case entitled “Turkish aggression against Libya.”

Furthermore, the case included Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President of the Turkish Republic, Fayez Mustafa Al-Sarraj, former President of the Presidency Council of the Libyan Government of National Accord, and several allied militia leaders.

The case pleadings stated that Turkish President Recep Erdogan and Fayez Al-Sarraj committed twenty war crimes in Libya.

Particularly, these crimes are condemned by the international community and are punished by law.

Erdogan and Al-Serraj crimes are considered crimes against humanity, as they collectively committed extreme violations of the International treaties.

Such as the Charter of the United Nations, and the resolutions issued by the UN Security Council regarding the Libyan situation based on Chapter VII of the Charter, especially Security Council Resolution No. “1970” that embargos arms in Libya. The number of conventions regarding the issue exceeded 33 binding decisions. For instance, the most important of them ‘’Resolution (1973), Resolution (2420) and Resolution (2292) are considered an act of aggression under the United Nations Charter, the Statute of the International Criminal Court, the Hague Conventions 1899 and 1970, the four Geneva Conventions of 1949 and their protocols of 1977, the statute of the International Criminal Court, the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, the International Convention on Civil and Political Rights, the International Convention on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the International conventions to prohibit, finance, train, and use mercenaries, the international convention to combat racial discrimination, the International convention on the law of the sea, the Vienna conventions on International treaties, the International convention on civil aviation, and other relevant international treaties and conventions.

Accordingly, The Libyan Organization for Terrorism and Extremism Victims and Afro-Asian Center For Studies and Consultations provided a portfolio of documents consisted of twenty crimes committed by Erdogan and Al-Sarraj in Libya. It was accompanied by unequivocal evidence and evidence of their crimes against humanity and the Libyan people.

Such as, the crimes included the aggression crime, the genocide crime, the genocide crime by inflicting serious physical torture, the genocide crime by imposing living harsh conditions intentionally to cause physical destruction, the homicide crime, the apartheid crime. Also, there are many war crimes against the citizens, destroying and seizing property, attacking and starvation unarmed civilians, attacking civilian objects, attacking humanitarian aid, social activism, and peacekeeping mission workers, inflicting accidental loss of life and injury and causing excessive damage, attacking unarmed places, the plundering, and theft of unarmed citizens. Also, they attacked those who advocate the Geneva conventions.

All in all, the crimes were against peace and humanity, such as spreading hatred. They used methods to assist and encourage youth to achieve the agenda.

Consequently, one of the worst crimes committed by Erdogan, the crime of transporting, training, financing, and recruiting mercenaries.

One of the participants in the case submitted and accepted by the International Criminal Court said that the twenty crimes committed by Erdogan and his regime and Fayez al-Sarraj and his entourage are war crimes against the Libyan people for which these criminals must be held accountable, as each crime was presented according to the provisions of the legal articles that regulate the work of the court. The International Criminal Court has accepted it and will be investigated soon to account for the criminals internationally.

The details later.

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