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The long term Syria armed conflict, brings various untouched question that has not yet attempted by the globe community.
If the existing body of International laws applied on the conflict is quite clear there are group of people that will be left outside the law.
Since “Every person in enemy hands must have some status under international law; he is either a prisoner of war or medical personnel as such, since nobody in enemy’s hands can be outside the law.” It is axiomatic that the Syrian armed conflict has various feature of the armed conflict some of them being covered by the existing law some of which brings challenge to the existing set of rules.
It is quite clear that if some of the dilemma under the international law left untouched will encourage violation of the human right during the armed confrontation, which will defeat the key aim of the set of rules that regulate armed confrontation as well as Human Rights rules.
It is quite clear that not all organized armed groups in Syria fall under the category of illegal organized armed groups or terrorist, since some of the group’s formation relying on the principle of Sovereignty.
Ernest Uzia, LLM: in 2010 he studied LL.B at Tumaini University, Iringa University College and in 2014 succeeded to undertake LL.M in International Criminal Justice and Human Rights at University of Iringa.
He worked at the University of Iringa as Assistance Lecture before joining the National Service Training which he is undertaking up to now.
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