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FUNDING WAR CRIMES


The first chapter sheds light on the tools that were used by the regime to circumvent international sanctions, and suggests how those who facilitated these tools could be punished by international organizations.

August 2, 2020


FUNDING WAR CRIMES

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This book comes as a follow up to “Blacklist: Violations Committed by the most Prominent Figures and How to Bring them to Justice”, a volume we published last year in which we detailed the nature of the crimes that were committed by regime and security officials.


This book now comes to document the sacrifices and suffering of the Syrian people as well as their struggle for their freedoms and ways to hold those responsible accountable.



The first chapter sheds light on the tools that were used by the regime to circumvent international sanctions, and suggests how those who facilitated these tools could be punished by international organizations.


The second chapter exposes the main businessmen who were complicit in crimes and violations committed by the Syrian regime for a clearer view of the circle that helped Bashar Al-Assad stay in power.


The purpose of this project is to stress that the regime’s crimes will not expire with time and that international bargaining and side interests will not win over the people’s demands for freedom, dignity and justice.


FUNDING WAR CRIMES