Inconsistency

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A rational world order must be consistent. The same laws must apply everywhere. Crimes against humanity, wherever they are committed, must be documented and brought to justice in the International Criminal Court. The International Law Consider terrorism to be deliberate attacks on civilians by either Governments or other groups. Most of the terror in Egypt and Syria seems to come from the state.

Without a consistent order one cannot judge in a conflict between others. Egypt’s military deposed the elected president Mursi through a coup d’etat, there is no other way to describe it. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in a television interview that the Egyptian army was "restoring democracy" and the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said that they focus on how to best support initiatives to restore peace and forge reconciliation.

The problem is that General El-Sisi has launched massacres. On July 8 the army killed more than 50 democracy activists. On July 27, at least 80 more were killed. On August 14 Several hundreds were killed. In Syria Bashar al-Assad got a clear message from this passive support, that he is sovereign to use gas against the Syrians if he want to.
If Egypt’s military regime may get away with impunity so the violence of power will persist. But genocide is genocide wherever it occurs.

An inconsistent and unjust world beds for escalating conflicts and war. To prevent it, lets give a clear signal to President Bashar al-Assad, General El-Sisi, and all others who use deadly force to tacit protesting people: Eventually you will be prosecuted by ICCR and sent to prison.

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