protection OF INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS IN armed CONFLICT SITUATIONS
The primary purpose of both Islamic law of war and international law, and
During and after the battle, both combatants and civilians were involved.
As a consequence, the amount and extent of wartime violence have increased.
The use of force must be limited to achieving the military objective, which is to dominate.
Any such action or violence against the enemy must be proportionate, in the sense that
In other words, a fundamental difference must exist between the two parties.
This indicates that the legislation restricts both combatants and noncombatants.
The strategy and tactics used during combat, together with the objective of the war
protection of individual rights in armed conflict situations
These types of strategies might be used. Consequently, civilians and citizens
It is vital that objectives are never the focus of direct attack.
should be given with enough protection against potential dangers
coming from a military action that does not target a particular population, such as a strike.
It is expected to reduce the amount of civilian fatalities, injuries, and property damage.
resulting from the destruction of civilian property or a combination of such destruction
be disproportionately greater than the physical and direct military costs
anticipated advantage obtained
In a similar vein, a combatant who is no longer able to take part in a match is removed off the roster.
A person who is sick or has surrendered should not be attacked or provoked.
Not only should they not be executed, but they should also be provided with all the necessary protections.
According to the treaty, and by extension, all other prisoners of war are entitled to the same rights.
incorporate requirements established in the Third Geneva Convention of 1949 as well.
14 and 75 (2) of protocol 1 of 1977 plus the Ge
PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS IN ARMED CONFLICT SITUATIONS