'We are nameless, faceless and are reduced to a "serial number" as if we were a hardware and no longer humans. I am Asadullah Haroon, an Afghan citizen from Nangarhar. My wife waits every year for the news that her husband comes home. My infant baby, Mariam, is now a teenager.'
Researching the ICC since its inception on 1st July 2002, it's become painfully clear that the court is persistently criticized, threatened and forced into legal face-off with guilty-as-hell rogue states in the merciless war for justice.