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Post by claud39 on Mon Feb 25, 2019 8:54 am

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Belgium proposes to prosecute foreign extremists in Iraq and Syria internationally




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Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel Spellin has proposed to try foreign extremists detained in the Middle East, mainly in Syria and Iraq, where they fought alongside militant groups.
In a statement to reporters on Monday, on the sidelines of the first Arab League-European Union summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Michel called for the creation of an international legal body to prosecute or prosecute foreign jihadists in the countries where they committed their crimes.
"We want to implement the majority of legal provisions in the region where the crimes were committed, or we can resort to some kind of international justice, and we are conducting all possible contacts here to explain our position. An alliance can be formed that will include those who share this view."
The Belgian Prime Minister noted that it is not easy to establish a new international legal procedure, stressing that Brussels seeks greater consensus on this initiative.
Michel expressed confidence that the proposal would strengthen efforts to ensure security and prevent the impunity of European extremists in the Middle East, pointing out that the courts of the old continent will face significant difficulties in the trial of a person from the European Union committed crimes in Iraq and Syria.
He explained that this is very difficult for European judges in terms of finding the evidence required to establish the guilt of the accused.
He added that the Belgian government sees its priority in ensuring security and trying to establish an international legal body that will include different parties to try the extremists.
The British prime minister has called for an international trial of militants, most of them from the Daqash organization, held in Syria and Iraq, suggesting that they be brought to justice within the region.
Concerns have been raised over the possibility of the release of 800 people from Syria, backed by Washington, after US troops withdrew from the country.
The United States has expressed its willingness to help countries that want to restore extremists from their citizens and their families detained in Syria, but provided that the order is quick.
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