The Ewoks Hang-Gliding Adventure by Judy Herbstman

By Judy Herbstman

Younger Ewoks cross grasp gliding and a typhoon incorporates them distant from their village.

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I asked the prosecutor if the Military Court knew anything about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and if ten months of imprisonment would benefit Said or be ‘the best for him’. I also asked if they have a rehabilitation program and ‘why they haven’t got a juvenile court system’. He answered that Said was not a child. The court’s definition of a child is a person who hasn’t yet reached the age of 14. A child between 14 and 16 ‘is a big child’ and if more than 16, an adult. Later, the judge reduced Said’s sentence to eight months of imprisonment and 1500 ‘shekel’ [fine] which is a part of the punishment.

These rights are inherent, meaning they are bestowed by nature of one’s status as a human being, and applicable to everyone, regardless of distinguishing characteristics such as race, sex, nationality, religion, ethnic origin, and others. International humanitarian law (IHL) specifically deals with war, armed conflict and occupation. It seeks to control the conduct of armed conflict, limit its effects, and to protect persons not taking part, or no longer taking part, in hostilities. Treaties are legally binding agreements between States.

72); submit an appeal (Art. 73); detention inside the occupied territory (Art. 76); conditions of food and hygiene sufficient to maintain good health (Art. 76); spiritual assistance (Art. 76); visits by the International Committee of the Red Cross (Art. 76). ’ International human rights law In 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights laid the foundation of the United Nation’s system of international human rights law. Later human rights instruments became increasingly specific and dealt with either a particular group of rights (such as civil and political, or economic, social and cultural) or with a specific group of people (for example, women or children).

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