The impact of International Organizations’ Double Standards in fueling extremism and terrorism
Terrorism and extremism have become the most obscene crimes that endanger humanity and people. According to Dr. Mahmoud Hassan Dawood, double standards in the decisions and practices of international organizations can fuel terrorism. Since, these actions generate hostility and hatred for these organizations that is manifested through destruction, devastation, murder, intimidation and terrorism. Hence, this type of terrorism can be far more dangerous and heinous since it targets institutions and international organizations.
Dr. Mahmoud Al-Sayed divides his study into the following sections:
Section I: Double standards and the principle of equality among countries, which deals with the concept of double standards in the work of international organizations, international law and the principle of equality among nations.
Section II: Examples of the double standards in the work of international organizations, which are: Double standards in texts ‘dealing with the trial of Sharon and Bashir’, double standards in the activation of texts ‘dealing with the occupation of Palestine and the occupation of Kuwait’, double standards of the application ‘dealing with Zionist and Hamas during the war on Gaza’, double standards in the implementation of the texts ‘dealing with nuclear proliferation’.
Section III: International responsibility and the double standards in the work of international organizations. He indicated in this section the adverse impacts of double standards in the work of international organizations, and that they may fuel extremism and terrorism in addition to the international responsibility for these double standards.
Paper presented to: The conference of terrorism between the extremist thought and the thought of extremism – Islamic University in 1430.