Displaying 51 - 60 of 123.
The Higher State Security Court issued in writing the ruling against Saad Eddin Ibrahim. The court said that Ibrahim received money from the EU, NATO, Haifa University, Switzerland´s Human Rights Organization and Al-Jazeera channel. Referring to what has been said about American aid to Egypt...
Pope Shenouda commented in New York on many issues, such as, the United States´ approach in combating terrorism, the Palestinian issue and the American rage over the case of Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim.
The author calls the charges Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim “patently trumped-up.” His Ibn Khaldun Institute produced documentaries about discrimination against Egypt´s Coptic Christian minority and urged citizens to participate in the country´s parliamentary elections despite the massive fraud...
Ragab was shocked reading an article in the Washington Post attacking the court which sentenced Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim. Ragab called the writer ‘unfair.´ More upsetting was that the writer argued that the court ruling did not conform with the $2 billion which represents the annual US aid to...
Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher was upset about a US Embassy statement about the verdict against Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, saying that it was very uncommon for any embassy to make a statement of a court order.
Chris Patten: "I was dismayed to learn of these sentences and reiterate that the European Commission has no evidence of the alleged falsification of documents, which seems to have been central to the case for the prosecution. We deplore the continued use of State security courts to prosecute cases...
Foreign Office Minister Mike O´Brien is “concerned by the abrupt decision of the judge today in the trial of Dr Saad Eddin Ibrahim, the human rights activist, and his co-defendants from the Ibn Khaldoun Centre. The verdict is difficult to understand and the haste of the judge to impose sentence...
U.S. Chargé d´Affaires Gordon Gray expressed his disappointment and concern today at the decision by Egypt´s State Security Court to convict Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, an American citizen. “On many occasions we have expressed our concern to the Egyptian government, both here and in...
The court still hears the case of Saad Eddin Ibrahim. The prosecution says that the Ibn Khaldoun Center was founded for spying purposes and issuing reports defaming the reputation of Egypt with the aim of collecting money. The defense tries to prove that the money Ibrahim got from the EU was a...
[AWR: This is a full text translation of a Dutch text with permission of the author.] Sociology professor Saad Eddin Ibrahim: “You can beat Saddam Hussein, no doubt. But what you cannot do is prevent a new Saddam Hussein from appearing, a new Bin Laden. As long as there is no democracy, no state...

Pages

Subscribe to