Dear Nicola, I am happy to wait to get the right answer.
Thank you for your help.
I think we should avoid specifics and approach it from any religious or secular leader of any faith or dogma inciting crimes against humanity. Which surely inciting hatred, violence, rape degradation and death, especially against women, in pursuance of their aims must surely be. or ought to be.
in the example quoted a Muslim man can rape his wife in marriage so fifteen marriages were performed on the one women and then annulled after the rape, until she died!
The world must find the collective courage to condemn such behaviour and ensuring it is viewed as a crime against humanity would save a great many but not all lives.
this is a cause worth fighting for.
kind regards, John
The fact that some countries condom such crimes against humanity is not good enough. how do we get this sort of behaviour condemned by the 'so called' civilized nations as a crime against humanity.
Even the possibility that such an unenforceable crime can be levelled against an individual in a primitive country highlights it for what it still is, a crime against humanity. it would name and shame the individual involved. so it needs to be action a the level where international law exists in the hope that over time such people will find themselves out of step with civilized humanity. I really need the help of someone who understands what I am trying to achieve and can then either help or point me in the right direction, unfortunately it is not a case of I do not like your answer, but it told me nothing that is not common knowledge. enforcement will be difficult if not impossible.
I want to know how to get these hatefully incitements to rape and murder against a religious or non religious group of people listed as crimes against humanity
Even if it were never enforced I am hoping that the deterrent effect that it might be enforceable one day might save a few lives. Kind regards, John
PS I am still awaiting your reply to this response before rating your reply
Kind regards, John