The Gaza probe mission mandated by the International Bureau for
Humanitarian NGOs(IBH), the Arab Commission for Human Rights
as a part of the program of the International Coalition against
Israeli War Criminals returned to Paris on April, 9th 2009,
The mission - the second in two months- included:
President of the International Bureau for Humanitarian NGOs,
spokesperson of the Arab Commission for Human Rights and
coordinator of the International Coalition against War
Criminals. This is his 23rd mission in regions of armed
Fechino, a university specialist
in sustainable development, environment and effects of banned
weapons on it, UN credited expert for several times, author of a
UN released report about the use of banned weapons in Iraq and
an investigator into the use of banned weapons in Gaza in 2004.
one of the top lawyers of the International Coalition against
Israeli War Criminals and ex-leader of Belgian Human Rights
League. He succeeded in several judicial files for defending
innocent victims of the war on terrorism. He is the
Secretary-General of One Justice.
Khaled Al Shouli,
Jurist, he participated in establishing the biggest Palestinian
charity in France, an expert in estimating humanitarian needs in
crisis regions. He is the executive director of One Justice.
The mission met with various segments of the Palestinian
political and civil society institutions, topped by Al Mezan
Center for Human Rights, Al Dameer Association for Human Rights,
the Central Commission for Documentation and Pursuit of Israeli
War Criminals (Tawtheeq) and a number of NGOs topped by the
National Association of Moderation & Development, the Popular
Committee Against Siege (PCAS), Gaza Community Mental Health
Program, Young Journalist Club, Al-Widad Society for Social
Rehabilitation, a number of local societies, branches of the
Palestinian Red Crescent and municipalities, the Islamic
University, Al-Aqsa University,Members of Legislative Council,
Ministries of Health, Social Affairs and Justice plus dozens of
witnesses and field visits across the Gaza Strip.
The mission would
like to thank Egyptian and Palestinian authorities for the
special facilitation they afforded. It would like to thank also
Palestinian human rights and charity organizations for the huge,
distinguished and effective reception and preparation.
Since their arrival in Paris,
members of the mission
started preparing several reports, one of them
on national and international criminal trials and another one on
denying health right from siege to aggression.
Paris on April, 10th, 2009