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IS成员家人遭报复 联合国伊拉克特使表关注

更新时间:2017/7/20 8:36:04 来源:本站原创 作者:佚名

The United Nations envoy for Iraq says he is concerned about the rise of revenge attacks in Mosul against civilians believed to be linked to Islamic State militants following the liberation of the city.

联合国的伊拉克特使库比斯说,摩苏尔被伊拉克部队解放后,据信跟伊斯兰国有关联的平民受到越来越多的报复性袭击,他对此十分担忧。

Jan Kubis told the U.N. Security Council Monday that there is a "rising popular sentiment in favor of collective punishment of families perceived to be associated" with IS.

库比斯星期一告诉联合国安理会说,现在有一种“不断上涨的情绪,主张对被认为跟伊斯兰国有关的家庭进行集体惩罚”。

He said Iraqis who are seen as having ties to the militants are increasingly being subjected to "evictions, confiscations of homes, and other retribution and revenge measures."

他说,被认为跟激进分子有关联的伊拉克人越来越多地面临“被赶出住房、没收住房等报复行为。”

Kubis urged Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to take "urgent steps" to stop the attacks, saying that actions taken against civilians without sufficient evidence violate Iraq's constitution and obligations under international law.

库比斯敦促伊拉克总理阿巴迪采取“紧急措施”,制止这类袭击。库比斯说,在没有足够证据的情况下对平民采取这样的行动违反了伊拉克宪法和国际法规定的义务。

He said all evidence of crimes committed by Islamic State militants must be preserved to support possible prosecutions.

库比斯说,伊斯兰国激进分子的犯罪证据必须予以保留,用于支持对他们的起诉。

The envoy also warned the Security Council that the future in Mosul is "extremely challenging" and said the government will need to do a lot of work to turn its military victory in the city into stability. He stressed that securing the rule of law and promoting development will be essential.

库比斯还警告安理会说,摩苏尔的未来“极具挑战”,伊拉克政府要将摩苏尔的军事胜利转变称社会稳定,还有很多工作要做。他强调说,确保法治。推动发展至关重要。

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