The international fight against hate speech, an analytical study
|Journal of Anbar University for Law and Political Sciences
|Volume 13, Issue: 2 part 2, December 2023, Pages 304-336 PDF (785.26 K)
|Document Type: Research Paper
|khalida thanon maree* 1; Mohammed Hassan khamo2; Shukri Mohammed Taha3
|1Technical University / Erbil / Taqiyya College Branch / Shaqlawa
|2College of Law / University of Duhok
|3Faculty of Law and Politics / Newroz University
|Hate speech has become one of the forms of threats that threaten the occurrence of crimes that may amount to serious international crimes such as genocide and other crimes, and history has provided us with many forms of crimes caused by this speech, as it (hate speech) is based on spreading feelings of hatred And contempt towards a certain group in society for reasons related to (nationality, race, or religion), so that these feelings are a reason for generating hatred among one group towards another group, and this is a reason to commit crimes.
Here, we would like to point out that hate speech takes many forms and forms. It may be verbal or through writing. Contemporary technological development has facilitated the broadcasting of this speech among the public, through social media (Facebook, or Twitter), as well as the media that practices it. The other plays a major role in inciting hatred.
In view of this and the danger of this discourse on societal peace and peaceful coexistence, the international community has worked to combat it through the conclusion of agreements and the issuance of international declarations. Companies in the field of social communication also contribute to the control operations, by setting certain controls for the discourses that are downloaded on social networking sites. It should not include expressions
|Hate speech؛; Social media؛ ؛؛; Hate crime
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