Bassiouni, a professor of Law at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago and President Emeritus of the university's International Human Rights Law Institute, was given the award for his work "distinguished contribution in the field of international law," organizers said.
Bassiouni was one of the driving forces behind the creation of the Hague-based International Criminal Court and also wrote a key report on atrocities committed in the Bosnian war.
He has served as a U.N. human rights expert in Afghanistan.
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Preface/ Acknowledgments/ In the Beginning/ The religion of Islam/ Islamic Law - The Sharia/ Schools of thought in Islam/ The social system and morality of Islam/ Economic aspects of Islam/ Islamic Civilization: an overview/ The Present and the future/ About the Author
1. Thanks, Fred, for backing me up. As shown by your post, everything I said about Bassiouni is true, with no propagandistic exaggeration whatsoever! And any skeptical Freeper or lurker can use Google to verify for himself/herself that what I said about the mSA is true as well. The extent of muslim fifth-columnist infiltratation of the highest levels of American and Western European society is hard to believe, but really happening. And it is getting worse over time.
2. The HAGUE PRIZE? The “human rightser” perpetrators of The Hague are now giving fakey prizes (designed to imitate prestigious international awards) to their own. It’s just like Hitler giving Quisling a “Nuremberg Prize” for Nazism beyond the call of duty!
3......He has served as a U.N. human rights expert in Afghanistan....
Yikes! After bashing the Serbs, Bassiouni has more recently turned his attention to our American troops fighting that necessary war against international muslim terrorists in Afghanistan.
Given Bassiouni’s record in the Balkans, it’s hard to believe anything he says about Afghanistan, isn’t it?
And it’s high time that our Americans elites learn that using muslims to keep the Serbs down is sure to come back and bite us in the end.
According to the indictment, three soldiers from the Bosnian Serb forces were captured and subsequently beheaded by members of the Bosnian army.One year in prison for each victim? Instead, the bastard should be drawn and thirded. Thanks Fred.