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The judicial institution is considered one of the basic institutions the state and thesociety depend on, but some disorders a country goes through make the operationof this establishment unstable and in cases of conflicts and international and noninternational wars also. In ancient times, jurists talked about judicial judgmentsissued in such circumstances entitled (Rebels Judge) or (Kharijites Judgment) .Theinternational law tackled this through the second index of Geneva Convention1949,doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12407816 fatcat:vyuxauw42bathaj6yv6d43lssm