Dr. Hossein Mir Mohammad Sadeghi, chairman of UNESCO Human Rights, Peace and Democracy Group at Shahid Beheshti University in interview about Legal Dimensions of Myanmar Muslim’s Genocide and The establish of the United Nations said:
What we are witnessing today in Myanmar, it’s not a unique crime that does not have a sample in history. During World War I and II we have seen examples like Myanmar. The common feature of all these crimes was that in most of these cases perpetrators have not been punished and. This caused that people thought of forming a legal organization.
Referring to the Myanmar’s genocide and sending a letter to the Criminal Court, he added:
If we want to find a basis for crimes that are being raised in the international level, we must know that in what forms place. Genocide, Crimes against humanity, war crime and Territorial aggression are 4 crimes that is important in international arena that criminal court will handle it and genocide is the most important crime. The crimes that happened in Myanmar It can be in two areas: genocide and crimes against humanity. We have the necessary conditions for counting these acts like crimes. The purpose of sending letter to Criminal Court, was showing crimes to the legal society and Influencing and addressing these issues.
Dr. Mir Mohammad Sadeghi at the end of his speech addressing to the legal society And their effective role in prevent such disasters said: In order that relevant international authorities to be convinced and pursue in many of these cases, social institutions have a greater impact than official governments intervention, collective protest by lawyers and legal society in form of NGO and other institutes can be effective. Should not be indifferent to these atrocities.
This interview in Arabic: