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ARAB WEST REPORT

(Week 44)

 

The Middle East News Agencies (MENA) reports that the Egyptian Supreme Elections Commission (SEC) will hold a press conference in the Cairo headquarters of the State Information Service coming Sunday at 7 pm. to announce the schedule for the unicameral parliament, the House of Representatives, elections.

 

Description of the background and purpose of the Egyptian Delegation visiting the Netherlands between September 1 and 6, 2015. The delegates are: Khaled Hassan, Center for Arab-West Understanding; General (retired) Darwish, president of the Fursan Misr Party; Emad Awny, Social Democratic Party and Cornelis Hulsman, Deputy Chairman Center for Arab-West Understanding.  

Permission given to build a church in Istanbul for the first time in the history of Turkey

 Sources with the Prime Minister’s Council confirmed that the Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has agreed to give a piece of land to a Christian tribe to build a new church in Yashīl Kawī in Istanbul. The decision was made during a meeting that was held between Dāūd Ūghlū and religious minorities in Istanbul.

 (3 January, 2015, Al-Misrī Al-Yawm, Author not mentioned)

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Where Are Human Rights?

 Opinion: The concept of human rights has become ubiquitous throughout the world and the organizations and governmental bodies that proclaim to protect them, but is there really any such thing as human rights? If we look at the situation, we find that there is no equality in rights among humans—neither at the global-level nor the local-level. There are huge inequalities in rights between different nationalities and ethnicities throughout the world. The factors driving these inequalities are the dictatorships that impose themselves upon the world which are backed up by the Security Council.

  ( January 3, 2015, Al-‘Arabī Al-Jadīd, Al-S’aīd Hamdī)

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The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt grants their detainees the freedom to reconcile with the regime

  A source with the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s judicial council confirmed that the Brotherhood has given its currently detained members the freedom to sign reconciliation pacts with the regime. The source, who declined to be identified, said that they would be able to sign an agreement provided that they reject violence and refrain from participating in street protests. The source also reported that a very small number of detainees who do not really belong to the Muslim Brotherhood have agreed to sign the contract, while real members are pressured by other members to not sign any compromise with the regime.

  (January3, 2015, Al-Sabīl, Author not mentioned)

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