The non-profit Pro-justice is a preparing to publish to launch a new book Blacklist: Violations Committed by the Most Prominent Syrian Regime Figures and How to Bring Them to Justice on Friday.
British researcher Charles Lister at the Washington-based Middle East Institute on Thursday tweeted that The Blacklist is an investigative publication identifying nearly 100 people guilty of war crimes in Syria since 2011, along with extensive biographical details and intelligence on the crimes themselves.
The Middle East Institute announced it would host a joint panel with the Pro-Justice to launch the new book.
Pro-Justice addresses the Assad regime figures, especially those involved in violations of human rights and regularly publishes information about these violations.
In early October 2018, Pro-Justice launched the Blacklist Campaign with the aim of drawing attention to war criminals in Syria by publishing information about them and lists of international sanctions that were imposed on them. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)