U.N. Security Council: Destroy Islamic State Caliphate

Press Release – July 19, 2015

U.N. Security Council:
Destroy Islamic State Caliphate

Press Release

The RINJ FoundationThe RINJ Foundation is asking the U.N. security Council and all governments of the world to destroy the Islamic State Caliphate (also known as ISIS) because the Islamic State Caliphate presently commits crimes against humanity with impunity; has set out to deliberately destroy the lives of millions of children and their families and dominate the world with its misogynistic brutality; and has instilled fear in all ordinary citizens everywhere in the world.

Furthermore the Islamic State Caliphate has murdered unarmed peacekeepers ordinary people relied on for protection  (Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Ottawa, Ontario,  Chattanooga, Tennesee); raped, kidnapped, displaced, robbed, exploded, beheaded, shot, and in many brutal ways harmed the ordinary citizens, children and their families of the world.

The Islamic State Caliphate is a morbid disease threatening the human race’s existence; has sought and obtained dangerous gases; has sought and obtained radioactive materials stolen from Syrian nuclear sites; and in many ways has sought methods for killing innocent civilians in more massive numbers.

The RINJ Foundation adduces that the members of  the United Nations Security Council have a greater than normal responsibility, more so than ever before in history because of past lessons learned, to save the world from the Islamic State Caliphate’s scourge of brutality, murder and domination.

Islamic State has displace Millions

The RINJ Foundation is urging the UN Security Council and all governments of the world to take immediate responsibility and care for their nations’ children and their families.

Furthermore the governments of the world must recognize that sexual violence is not only employed as a tactic of war by the Islamic State Caliphate but also as a tactic of international terror used by the Islamic State Caliphate to instill fear in children and their families in every nation on earth.

The Islamic State is iconic to violent sex crime. Regardless of public beheadings, Islamic State Caliphate sexual violence against women, children and men is what Islamic State Caliphate has come to represent.

The rape of women and girls has been a brutal part of conflicts in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Sudan, Iraq and Syria. In these examples rape has been used as a tactic of war by war criminals to humiliate, dominate, instil fear in, disperse and/or forcibly relocate civilian members of a community or ethnic group. Of late, in Syria and Iraq, rape has been used as a deliberate tactic in the strategic goal of eradicating certain ethnic groups. The orders issued are from the Islamic State Caliphate leadership to inseminate women in Syria and Iraq of the Yazidi and Christian religions to spawn so-called Islamic State jihadists. This, in the eyes of on-the-ground RINJ Foundation observers, is categorically a form of genocide and the Foundation intends to bring substantial argument and evidence to the ICC on this allegation of genocide and a crime against humanity.

In the past the wrongdoings in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Sudan, Iraq and Syria have resulted in a global reaction that was not swift nor effective in preventing genocide and the enormous displacement of children and their families.

Enough has been learned about the pattern of behaviour to say that the Islamic State Caliph must be stopped.

Even Pope Frances has used exactly those words, “Stop them.”.

A Spring 2015 U.N. report says 2014 was marked by harrowing accounts of rape, sexual slavery and forced marriage used by extremists including the Islamic State and Boko Haram.The April 13th report by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urges the Security Council to recognize sexual violence is not only employed as a tactic of war but as a tactic of terror.

The report expressed “grave concern” at sexual violence perpetrated by armed groups promoting extremist ideologies in Iraq, Syria, Somalia, Nigeria, Mali, Libya and Yemen.
— Rape as a weapon of war is an assault on security and a world in which these crimes happen is one in which there is not, and never will be, peace.– Angelina Jolie, June 2014

The RINJ Foundation
theory of collecting evidence of this war crime of ISC and specific evidence against each individual perpetrator is based on  large numbers of volunteers and the surreptitious ability of every woman and some children to make a small contribution which in aggregate will comprise the best and most comprehensive compilation of witness accounts and photo/video identification using the most sophisticated technology ever in the hands of civilians. If you have data to submit, do so here at the RINJ war-crime report server, meanwhile, there are preliminary findings.

The RINJ Foundation urges that the governments of the world, in particular the Security Council of the United Nations has an immediate responsibility to militarily destroy the Islamic State Caliphate for the following reasons.

The Indictment of The Islamic State Caliphate

1. Probably conceived in despair to oppose the wrongdoings of Bashar al-Assad, president of Syria and collecting momentum with the help of many well-meaning people and entities, the Islamic State has by any definition became a collection of fanatical criminals drawing many more of that kind of person to themselves andin the recent three-year aggression and violence in the Middle East are better known for raping men, children and women than anything else.

2. The Islamic State Caliphate is a powerful magnet to psychopaths of the strongest measure of criminal personality defect and does both arm and encourage wrongdoing by the worst violent offenders in the world, even those hiding unobserved in ordinary communities everywhere.

3. Many Islamic State Caliphate members don’t have a negative emotional reaction to gore for example they don’t have the physiological effects most people do as a reaction to chopped off heads and bleeding decapitated bodies that they gleefully pose with in their pictures for the world.

4. More than one Islamic State fighter has told a medical worker that violence and gore gave him and many of his peers a positive emotional response and even excited them sexually. The witnesses were calm and did not show signs of increased heart rate and blood pressure, perspiration, or feel sick.

5. Another Islamic State Caliphate fighter described to his cohorts with excitement how he had inserted a gun barrel into the vagina of an infidel girl and pulled the trigger.

6. Eyewitnesses have described how large numbers of children and young women raped by Islamic State fighters committed suicide after returning to their families. The RINJ Foundation has heard this described by Islamic State supporters as a predictable effect of systematic rape by Islamists against non-Muslims and part of the strategy is to capture, brutalize, rape and then finally release girls to their families so that the story of their torture spreads around the world to instill fear.

7. There are numerous cases of barely pubescent children raped and impregnated by Islamic State fighters, then released to their community by the Islamic State Caliphate supporters.

8. Islamic State Caliphate fighters have advanced on civilian villages, towns and cities in Africa and the Middle East separating female children from men and boys and older women then moving them several times in an organized and methodical fashion to sex-slavery camps where they are raped; given the option to convert to Islam, repent their past and be sold as wives as an “incentive” to fighters; sold or traded as infidel sex slaves; or put to work sexually servicing visiting Islamic State Caliphate fighters.

9. ISC abusers of children and their mothers are Syrian, Libyan, Algerian, Saudi Arabian, Palestinians, Nigerians, Egyptians, Russians, Germans, Chechens, and foreign fighters from every continent of the world.

10. The Islamic State Caliphate has attempted to legitimize many forms of crime as money-making enterprise including child sex trade and human organ trade.

11: In Syria, Nigeria and many other countries the Islamic State Caliphate is contributing to the sex trade of children as young as 8 years old.

The RINJ Foundation adduces that the members of The Security Council have a greater than normal responsibility, more so than ever before in history because of past lessons learned, to save the world from the Islamic State Caliphate’s scourge of brutality and murder.

United Nations on Women, peace and security:

Security Council resolution 1325 (2000) stresses the importance of women’s equal and full participation as active agents in the prevention and resolution of conflicts, peace-building and peacekeeping. It calls on member states to ensure women’s equal participation and full involvement in all efforts for the maintenance and promotion of peace and security, and urges all actors to increase the participation of women and incorporate gender perspective in all areas of peace building.

As a follow up to 1325, the Security Council adopted Resolution 1889  which calls for further strengthening of women’s participation in peace processes and the development of indicators to measure progress on Resolution 1325.

Recognising the impact that sexual violence in conflict has on the maintenance of peace and security, the Security Council adopted Resolution 1820  which explicitly links sexual violence as a tactic of war with women peace and security issues. Security Council Resolution1820 reinforces Resolution 1325 and highlights that sexual violence in conflict constitutes a war crime and demands parties to armed conflict to immediately take appropriate measures to protect civilians from sexual violence, including training troops and enforcing disciplinary measures.

Resolution 1888, as a follow up to Resolution 1820, mandates that peacekeeping missions protect women and children from sexual violence during armed conflict, and requests that the Secretary-General appoint a special representative on sexual violence during armed conflict (Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict). Most recently Resolution 1960 was adopted which builds on and deepens the women, peace and security agenda on sexual violence.

The RINJ Foundation Peacekeeping Proposal

The RINJ Foundation in January 2017 submitted to The United Nations an extensive analysis and proposal for an all-female UN-Commanded Peacekeeping Force.
Download this document (pdf).


RINJ Submission: UN Peackeeping Gender Change

  1. In the United Nations & within its leadership lies the potential for peace and human development.
  2. The UN must oversee the protection of humanity.
  3. Rivalries disabling the Security Council along with any prospect for peace all over the world must be labeled as dysfunction and overruled.
  4. Remembering the right to life is a fundamental human right and considering the responsibility of all governments to care for their constituent children and their families as fundamental to human development, the leadership of member states, non-member states or quasi-states causing human catastrophes should be globally indicted on first contraindications of their criminality and imprisoned long before their malfeasance can take root and destroy another part of humanity.
  5. An all woman rule-of-law enforcement force must train and comprise the primary UN-commanded peacekeeping brigades.
  6. UN Peacekeepers will not be deployed without a resolutely defined and backed role-definition.
  7. UN Peacekeepers will not be deployed without there being a credible end to hostilities.
  8. UN Peacekeepers will be suitably equipped and supported to complete the mission.
  9. UN Peacekeepers will be under UN Command and a standing force will be maintained.
  10. The RINJ Foundation is willing to bid on a contract to train and manage the force or in the alternative or both, to provide its know-how, expertise and good counsel at cost.

RINJ Opposes Gender-Based Violence

The RINJ Foundation seeks a safer world for you and your family by preventing gender-based violence and supporting survivors of this crime. The foundation educates public officials, the general public, social media providers and traditional media outlets about the dangers to society of misogyny; monitors and reports on actors who commit or order the commission of acts of sexual violence as a tactic of genocide or war to humiliate, dominate, instill fear in, disperse and/or forcibly relocate civilian members of a community or ethnic group. The RINJ Foundation monitors and reports on global court proceedings related to rape / sexual assault; educates for a more learned and open discussion of the issues of sexual assault; provides education, general information and study resources to enhance the safety of the person; and overall seeks a higher adherence to safe community standards. The RINJ Foundation seeks better criminal justice while advancing a rape-averse social conscience.

  1. RINJ seeks to provide treatment for injuries; emergency contraception; safe and legal abortion services, including sexual and reproductive health access; and psychosocial support to rape survivors in areas of armed conflict and refugee camps.
  2. The RINJ Foundation has adopted a mission while supporting and caring for survivors, to also gather and compile detailed information on parties to armed conflict that are credibly suspected of committing or being responsible for acts of rape or other forms of sexual violence.
  3. The RINJ Foundation vows to be especially vigilant and to aggressively gather evidence where a pattern of sexually violent conduct appears to prove the crime of genocide.

RSAC (RINJ Sexual Assault Clinics) are Nurse-led sexual assault medical clinics treating rape survivors in combat zones and refugee camps in the Middle East and in Africa. New locations are planned.

The RSACs offer free medical care to women and children. Community related services such as general medicine, general health care, victim advocacy, crisis hotlines, community outreach, & education programs are provided based on each RSAC’s resources at the discretion of the local RSAC nurse-led team.

  • Trauma care;
  • Physical injuries treatment and minor surgery;
  • Sexually transmitted disease detection treatment and prevention;
  • Sexual assault forensic testing;
  • Pregnancy issues, from abortion to delivering your baby;
  • Legal course of action counseling;
  • Criminal prosecution assistance;
  • Mental health care; and
  • all needed follow-up care

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