In the spirit of the UN Charter – Chapter VI (Pacific Settlement of Disputes) and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, John Mauritz Hummasti advises the UN Security Council that it should issue a resolution concerning “Pacific Settlement” of UN Resolution 194 and further advises that the UN General Assembly should issue a Mandate for a “Comprehensive Plan of Action” concerning the establishment of a UN International (Middle East Regional) “Al Qud’s” Claims Court in East Jerusalem, and a UN Regional Penal Commission in aid of the Middle East Peace Process.
The jurisdictional claims brought before the Court or Commission shall not be limited to causes of action arising under Israeli sovereignty, but shall extend to cases or controversies of whatever kind (cause) arising in the Middle East Region involving a case or controversy set forth below “Types of Claims.”
In cases (only involving a question of law), of a question of law involving any party claiming refugee status, the parties need not appear personally before the Court but may appear by Counsel or by Special Representation (by personal representative, or by UN Legal Representative).
In cases of Human Rights or Habeas Corpus Petitions, each party shall appear personally and stand equal before the Court without respect to sex, race, religion, national origins, political affiliation, nor refugee or asylum status.
In cases or questions involving real property (real estate), territorial sovereignty or autonomous religious sovereignty (marriage, divorce or inheritance, etc.), a party may appear in person, by counsel, or special representation only by leave of the Court, summons, subpoena (issued by the Clerk of the Court under its Seal).
Types of Claims:
The types of claims or petitions that may be received for filing by the Clerk or the Court are as follows:
a) Human Rights claims, including Refugee and Asylum cases or including qui-tam informant causes of action arising out of a violation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, any International Treaty, Convention or Statute, Law, or Regulation done by any person, or done under the color of any law, rule, regulation, custom, usage or unlawful practice.
b) Land, Real Estate, or Territorial Sovereignty claims.
c) Terrorism claims including qui-tam informant causes of action.
d) Habeas Corpus claims.
e) Mandamus claims.
f) Civil Rights and Elective Franchise cases.
g) Amnesty, Commutation, Pardon and Reprieve claims.