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ARAB WEST REPORT

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Forty-three members of the Muslim Brotherhood arrested

The Security Services of the Egyptian Ministry of Interior arrested 43 members of the Muslim Brotherhood organization. A trustworthy source in the Ministry said that in this context of severe security follow-ups, Security Services carried out preemptive attacks aimed at targeting central leaders of the organization and their loyal followers, suspected of carrying out raids against police stations and of inciting violence against the authorities in different governorates.

(10 April, al-ʿArabiyya, No Author)

 

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Iran releases an activist of the Bahā’ī community

The Iranian Security Authorities released on Friday human rights activist Nasīm Ashraqī of the Bahā’ī community after the end of her period of imprisonment which lasted a year in the Evin prison, in the northern part of Teheran. The website “Maf News” mentioned that the activist was accused of incitement against the Iranian regime. Human rights organizations in Iran and abroad report that Iranian Security Authorities arrested more than 150 citizens from the Bahā’ī community. The Iranian authorities increased their operation against the Bahā’ī community since last November.

(10 April, Masr al-Youm, Muhammad Zain)

 

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The Minister of Endowments warns against mistakes and sins in the religious discourse

The Minister of Endowments warns against that religious discourse which turns from objective to subjective, and degrades to mere insults. In a statement on Friday he stated that it is necessary to differentiate between freedom of religion and freedom of opinion as we differentiate between freedom disciplined by precepts of Sharīʿa or by intellect or jurisprudence, and infinite chaos. He stressed the urgent need for dialogue in which believers accept each other’s opinions in a climate of reconciliation.

(10 April, al-Masrī al-Youm, No Author)

 

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The National Council for Human Rights calls for the creation of an independent body to monitor the quality of medical services

The National Council for Human Rights affirmed the necessity of increasing the allocated budget for the Health system, according to the 2014 Constitution together with an upgrade of the management capabilities and of the available resources. It asserted the need for the creation of an independent body to monitor the quality of the service, which would bring all hospitals (whether public, university hospitals or private) into a single entity.

(10 April, al-Masrī al-Youm, No Author)

 

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The National Council for Human Rights reiterates its condemnation of terroristic operations in Egypt

 The National Council for Human Rights expressed its renewed severe condemnation of all the terroristic operations which took place in Egypt and the more recent ones in the north of Sinai, in which innocent people, police officials and soldiers have lost their lives. The Council stated also that these operations represent a serious and flagrant violation of human right, since it defies the right to life. The Council offered its condolences to the family of the innocent victims.

 (10 April, al-Balad, Asmāʾ ʿUthmān)

 

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