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Uncertainty continues around the case of Saad Eddin Ibrahim and his associates at the Ibn Khaldun Center. None have received official notification of the charges against them or a court date. According to news reports the first trial session is on November 18.
Yesterday, The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights [EOHR] expressed its disappointment at the decision issued by the State Security Prosecutor to refer Hafez Abu-Saeda, Secretary General of the organization, to the Supreme State Security Court (emergency) to be tried for breaching article No. 1...
Counselor Maher Abdel-Wahed, the Attorney General, issued yesterday a decision to refer Hafez Abu-Seada, the Secretary General of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights [the EOHR] to the High Court of State Security for trial. Abu-Seada was accused of receiving a US$ 25,000 check from the...
The Catholic Church asks Amin Fahim to resign. The society’s misappropriations are behind the resignation of Younan Labib Rizq , Morad Wahba and Sara Louza. The Ministry of Social Affairs concentrated on the financial and administrative inspection inside the society. The new move of the ministry...
The Organization for Upper Egypt for Education and Development is one of the biggest Catholic organizations in Egypt. The organization is witnessing a strong crisis, after the voices against its president Amin Fahim who remained in his position have increased. Amin Fahim has been in this position...
A few days ago, President Mubarak sent the draft of the Procedure law in Personal Status law cases to the Shura Council to discuss it before forwarding it to the People’s Assembly. The draft of the new law which has been drawn up with careful consultation with various bodies, particularly the Al-...
The article discusses female genital mutilation among Yemeni females. There is a wide difference between the actual teaching of Islam and what is externally practiced in various Islamic states by Muslims who have at time mixed up customs, traditions and secularism with Islamic teachings.
Human Rights Organizations have the lion’s share in spreading rumors and lies abroad and, in this way, support extremism. The game is to cry about the lost democracy and freedom and put terrorism in the shape of human rights. They have found their target in trying to abolish the emergency law which...
[in Al-Ahram, July 21, 1999] The author, who is Chairman of the General Council in the Ministry of Insurance and Social Affairs, writes in answer to criticism in Egypt and suggests that "The new NGO law is an honor to every Egyptian."
If the situation was not extremely embarrassing I would not have dared to write these lines. The situation is embarrassing for the non-governmental organizations because they have lost confidence in the governmental system.

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