Emergency Capacity Building Project. Emergencies and the Humanitarian System. Acceptable - Unacceptable. Values vs. Law?. 1. Shooting enemy soldiers during a conflict.
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Emergencies and the Humanitarian System
Values vs. Law?
2. Shooting wounded enemy soldiers who have surrendered, because you cannot transport them, and releasing them would give away your position.
3. Shooting civilians fleeing the country.
4. Shelling a hospital full of patients.
6. Forcing civilian patients out of a hospital so that your injured men can be treated.
7. Taking food and other goods from civilians in an occupied city.
8. Bombing military targets within a town or city.
10. Destroying the water supply to an enemy city.
11. Torturing a prisoner of war to obtain military information which will save many of your men's lives.
12. Making prisoners of war clear the minefields they laid.
14. Taking civilian hostages in an occupied area to prevent attacks on your soldiers.
15. Deporting civilians suspected of involvement in armed attacks on your men in an occupied area.
16. Recruiting enemy soldiers who are clearly only about 12 years old.