International Alliance for Justice
The International Alliance for Justice (IAJ) (Alliance Internationale pour la Justice) based in Paris, France, "coordinates a network of 275 international NGO's from more than 120 countries calling for the establishment of an International Ad Hoc Tribunal for the Iraqi leadership's crimes against humanity, crimes of war and genocide." 
"Congressional Notification Transmittal Sheet - September 9, 2002, DOS, informing of the intent to provide up to $950,000 in FY 2002 ESF to the Alliance Internationale pour la Justice (AIJ) to educate and build international support for holding top Iraqi government officials accountable for war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity and $900,000 in FY 2002 ESF to the International Campaign to Indict Iraqi War Criminals (INDICT) to gather evidence and bring top officials of the Iraqi regime to justice for war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity, pursuant to 634A of the FAA of 1961, and sections 515 & 570 of the Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2002 (P.L. 107-115); unnumbered." 
More on AIJ
- IAJ is described by the Voltaire Network' as a "coalition of associations for the defense of human rights organized and financed by George Soros during the attack on Kosovo and then reactivated to justify the invasion of Iraq."
- "To hide its origin," the Network says, "the International Alliance for Justice was registered as a French law organization: fue registrada como una asociación de derecho francés: Alliance Internationale pour la Justice. It echoed and gave credit to the exaggerations of the Iraqi National Congress of Ahmed Chalabi in reference to the crimes of Saddam Hussein." 
Note: Linkage between AIJ and George Soros has not been found.
Translated from the French
The International Alliance for Justice is a "non-governmental organization of international solidarity and defense of human rights, dedicated to the promotion of the United Nations' Universal Declaration on Human Rights and to the protection of individual and group freedom. The International Alliance for Justice seeks to support the emergence of concrete initiatives in favor of the promotion of democratic values and fundamental freedoms, of their respect and their application. Alliance International for Justice is focused in particular on political leadership, responsibility and information, and public awareness campaigns applicable for the citizens as well, in the regional and international authorities in the world and in particular, in Europe, in the United States, in the Near and Middle East.
International Alliance for Justice "supports the emergence, reinforcement of ... the process of democratization, encourages and supports any action in favour of the fight against impunity. Alliance Internationale for Justice began with informational and education programs on human rights, refugees and minorities."
The International Alliance for Justice is affiliated with Fédération Internationale des Ligues des Droits de l'Homme (FIDH) created in 1922 in Paris, with the object to diffuse and promote the ideal of human rights, to fight against their violation, and to require their respect. It brings together 115 affiliated groups worldwide."
- Note: The preceding was loosely translated via AltaVista's Babel Fish from the original French.
- Bakhtyar Amin, Director (July 2002)
- Françoise Brié, Head of Programs (May 2003)
- Safia Taleb al-Suhail, Advocacy Director for Middle East and Islamic World (October 2002)
- Shewki Ozkan, President (July 2002)
Note: It is unknown whether any of this contact information is still active.
29 rue du Faubourg Montmartre
Tél: 33 1 48 00 03 20
Fax: 33 1 48 00 03 30
URL: http://www.i-a-j.org [inactive; redirects to Adware promotion]
Email: aji AT noos.fr
- "IRAQ: European Report on the Situation in Iraq," 9neesan.com, April 26, 2002.
- Press Release: "AIJ Briefed the European Commission Sponsored Conference in Amman," PSK Bulten (kurdistan.nu), June 26, 2002.
- "International Conference on Iraqi Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons,"] IDP Project, July 4, 2002. Link will not work.
- "Report on the Conference of Iraqi Women," 9neesan.com, October 4, 2002.
- Press Release: "Iraqi women speak out about life under Saddam's regime," Indymedia UK, March 6, 2003.
- "Media Development in Post-war Iraq Report," Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR), April 24, 2003.
- Françoise Brié, "Impunity could jeopardize the establishment of democracy in Iraq," wadinet.de, May 2003.
- "AIJ condemns the attack against the United Nations headquarters," Kurdish Media, August 20, 2003.
- "The essential support for the rebuilding of Iraq must exclude the military forces from the Near East," wadinet.de, September 19, 2003. Translated from original French by Yahoo!