Leaving the war victims without Geneva Convention aid is a capital crime according to 18 USC § 2441 on war crime. Supplying weapons to the Syrian rebels, who are Al-Qaeda, is a capital crime according to 10 USC § 904, art. 104 on aiding the enemy, and 18 USC § 2339B on providing material to foreign terrorists.
The Geneva Convention (IV) 1949, art. 50, obligates the coalition to ensure registration (...) maintenance and education (...) of children who are orphaned or separated from their parents as a result of the war'' (see sources below). Article 55, 56, and 59 is on the rest of the victims' right to food, clothing, and treatment. The coalition's occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan has led to a large number of children being orphaned, 4.5 million in Iraq alone according to MIT’s website ‘Iraq: The Human Cost’.
The Iraq and Afghanistan war orphans are not provided basic aid, such as food, shelter and prosthetics, according to CNN, The Guardian, and other mainstream media (see video documentation below). US criminal law (18 USC § 2441) gives the death penalty for "a grave breach" in this convention, "if death results to the victim" (see quote below by link to the paragraph).
The two countries are flooded with organized crime since the invasion, not least sex traffickers, making abduction one of the most common crimes in Iraq
Occupation: 'A condition in which territory is under the effective control of a foreign armed force'.
WAR ORPHANS NOT PROVIDED FOR
OBAMA ARMS AL-QAEDA
Obama transports weapons to the Syrian rebels who are well-known to be Al-Qaeda and who formed ISIS that recently attacked Iraq. Obama and Rasmussen in NATO did also get Al-Qaeda into office in Libya in 2011, and with that, access to tens of thousands of surface to air missiles.
Both aiding the enemy and providing material to foreign terrorists are capital crimes:
- Aiding the enemy, 10 U.S.C. § 904, art. 104
- Providing material to foreign terrorists, 18 U.S.C. § 2339B.
Subject line: War Orphans
Dear Member of Congress / Senator,
Please ensure that the president abides by the Geneva Convention 12 Aug. 1949 (IV), article 50, by providing for the war orphans in the countries we’ve started wars in.