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Ahmed Almutawa
1 The Arab Court of Human Rights (‘ArabCtHR’), which was first proposed by Bahrain in 2011 (International Federation for Human Rights, 2013, 17), has yet to come into existence. The authority for establishing the Court is provided for by the Statute of the Arab Court of Human Rights (‘Statute’ or ‘ArabCtHR Statute’). Under Article 33 of the Statute, which was adopted in 2014 by Resolution 7790/142 of the League of Arab States (LAS), the Statute must be ratified by seven member states before it can enter into force. To date, only the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has...