The international humanitarian law is widely known as the law of war or the law of armed conflict. Its primary goal is to protect vulnerable people who are not participating or are no longer involved in the hostilities by restricting the means and methods of warfare.A brief history of the international humanitarian lawWarfare has always been subject to certain rules, principles, and customs. Even in ancient eras, there was a protocol for warfare. However, a code of conduct for universal international warfare was never developed until the nineteenth century. Since then, States agreed to a series of practical rules, based on the bitter experience of modern warfare like the WO I, WO II and many civil wars that continuously raged on many different continents. We have witnessed numerous wars on the most uncommon locations during our decades-long active period as a travel management company. Every single one of them was terrifying, destructive and suffering-causing.