LORDS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, 2023 BY ABDULLAH MAJID LLB PART 4 (5 YEARS)Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much." Helen Keller
On a glorious day, our team, Team Knights, participated in the esteemed International Lords Competition. A total of three teams participated in this competition. Our mission was to debate "whether the Nuremberg Trials were justified or not"? Taking a stance against their legitimacy, our team, the Knights, displayed remarkable performances and memorable moments we experienced throughout the competition.
Team Knights consisted of the following ten members, each bringing their unique skills: Abdullah Majid, Hadees Cheema, Saba Khan, Abdullah Ghuman, Roy Shakoor, Farooq Iqbal, Ghazanfar Nawab, Soban Kawish, Ch. Abu Bakar, and Bilal Wattoo.
We, as a team, approached the competition with meticulous planning and rigorous preparation. We conducted extensive research, analyzing historical facts, legal principles, and ethical considerations surrounding the Nuremberg Trials. Our team engaged in intense discussions, honing our arguments to present a compelling case against the trials' justification. Through collaborative efforts, we built a strong foundation of knowledge and persuasive reasoning.
The competition commenced, and participants were evaluated based on their analytical and oratory skills. Each team member presented their arguments eloquently, captivating the audience and impressing the jury. The Speakers from our team were Abdullah Majid, Hadees Cheema, and Saba Khan. As a speaker, I found the debate thought-provoking and engaging. Our persuasive discourse and cohesive teamwork led us to secure a winning position in the competition. We, as a team, showcased our in-depth understanding of the topic and critical thinking abilities. We delivered well-structured and convincing arguments, backed by robust evidence and logical reasoning. With every round, our confidence grew, and we left a lasting impression on the judges and spectators alike. The Jury consisted of Muhammad Ahmed Pansota, Mahnoor Kazmi, and Nida Usman Chaudhary.
Our team faced formidable opponents, engaging in a passionate and intellectually stimulating debate. We fervently presented our case against the justification of the Nuremberg Trials, highlighting the potential flaws and ethical concerns surrounding them. After an intense and thought-provoking debate, we emerged victorious. Our well-articulated arguments, coherent teamwork, and unwavering determination secured our success. The Judges recognized the strength of our position and the persuasive way in which we presented it. The victory was a testament to our dedication, hard work, and unity as a team.
Participating in the International Lords Competition as Team Knights was an exhilarating and enriching experience. Our unwavering belief in the topic we debated combined with extensive preparation and effective teamwork propelled us to victory. We express our heartfelt gratitude to our mentors, supporters, and the organizing committee for providing us with this incredible platform. The triumph at the competition has not only bolstered our confidence but also inspired us to continue pursuing excellence in future endeavor.