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Assuming the presence of a genuinely imperative military necessity,
making first military use of an officially protected, internationally recognized historical or religious structure or site, without first considering other feasible and logical alternatives, risks violating the 1954 Hague Convention.

Best practice requires the OIC to consider other feasible and logical alternatives before making use of such a structure or site.

If no there is no imperative military necessity, you should avoid using such a structure or site for military purposes.

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