ICC-02/05-01/07

Pre-trial

The Prosecutor v. Ahmad Muhammad Harun ("Ahmad Harun") and Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-Al-Rahman ("Ali Kushayb")


Ahmad Muhammad Harun ("Ahmad Harun")

Ahmad Muhammad Harun

Former Minister of State for the Interior of the Government of Sudan;
Minister of State for Humanitarian Affairs of Sudan.

Prosecution application for a warrant of arrest
27 February 2007
Warrant of arrest issued by Pre-Trial Chamber I
27 April 2007
At large
Counts

Mr Harun is allegedly criminally responsible for 42 counts on the basis of his individual criminal responsibility under articles 25(3)(b) and 25(3)(d) of the Rome Statute, including:

  • Twenty counts of crimes against humanity: murder (article7(1)(a)); persecution (article 7(1)(h)); forcible transfer of population(article 7(1)(d)); rape (article 7(1)(g)); inhumane acts (article 7(1)(k)); imprisonment or severe deprivation of liberty (article 7(1)(e)); and torture (article 7(1)(f)); and
  • Twenty-two counts of war crimes: murder (article 8(2)(c)(i)); attacks against the civilian population (article 8(2)(e)(i)); destruction of property (article 8(2)(e)(xii)); rape (article 8(2)(e)(vi)); pillaging (article 8(2)(e)(v)); and outrage upon personal dignity (article 8(2)(c)(ii)).

Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-Al-Rahman ("Ali Kushayb")

Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-Al-Rahman  Alleged leader of the Militia/Janjaweed.
Prosecution application for a warrant of arrest
27 February 2007
Warrant of arrest issued by Pre-Trial Chamber I
27 April 2007
At large
Counts

Mr Kushayb is allegedly criminally responsible for 50 counts on the basis of his individual criminal responsibility under articles 25(3)(a) and 25(3)(d) of the Rome Statute, including:

  • Twenty-two counts of crimes against humanity: murder (article 7(1)(a)); deportation or forcible transfer of population (article 7(1)(d)); imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty in violation of fundamental rules of international law (article 7(1)(e)); torture (article 7(1)(f)); persecution (article 7(1)(h)); and inhumane acts of inflicting serious bodily injury and suffering (article 7(1)(k)).
  • Twenty-eight counts of war crimes: violence to life and person (article 8(2)(c)(i)); outrage upon personal dignity in particular humiliating and degrading treatment (article 8(2)(c)(ii)); intentionally directing an attack against a civilian population (article 8(2)(e)(i)); pillaging (article 8(2)(e)(v)); rape (article 8(2)(e)(vi)); and destroying or seizing the property (article 8(2)(e)(xii)).