The Subjectivity of Dangerous Violations of International Humanitarian Law
Currently, dangerous violations of the rules of international humanitarian law are among the most dangerous war crimes. Where, these violations of the aforementioned law are represented by two types of violations, the first of which is the means of combat, and the other concerned with the management and methods of military operations. These violations are characterized by the special nature that distinguishes them from other international crimes, especially other serious and simple war crimes. Also, these violations have advantages that differ from the features and characteristics of other violations of international humanitarian law, perhaps foremost among them is the commanding nature of the prohibition of these violations and the nature of their seriousness, in addition to the most important characteristic of them, which is the nature of the protected interest from the criminalization and prohibition of these violations.