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Nine Egyptian human rights organizations including Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS), al-Nadīm Center, Egyptian Front for Human Rights (EFHR), Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms (ECRF), and the Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights (ECESR) have condemned coercive...
The Egyptian Front for Human Rights, an Egyptian civil society organisation, has condemned an increase in deaths resulting from deliberate medical negligence and degrading conditions in places of custody, which have recently led to the death of the defedant ʿUmar ʿĀdil aged 29 years old. According...
Background: At the ninth United Nations Congress on the prevention of crime and the treatment of offenders, central issues were discussd regarding the spread of organized crime and the dangers posed by its international tendencies. The conference was held in Cairo from 29 April to 8 May 1995. It...
The third annual report of the National Council for Human rights is causing a division within the public even before its release.
Father Zakarīyā Butrus, the controversial priest who foments anger of Muslims, of Egypt in particular and the Arab world in general, through his programs which launched a no-holds-barred attack on the Islamic faith on ‘al-Hayāt’satellite channel, appears for the first time in Arab media.
Nabīl Zakī analyses human rights violations committed by Egyptian police.
Talāl al-Ansārī, the second defendant in the so-called al-Fanīya al- ‘Askarīya [Armed Forces Technical College] case of the 1974 abortive coup, continues publishing his diary in episodes in Rose al-Yousuf magazine.
Forty-one -year-old Umm Usāma recounts how state security forced raided her house on April 12, and arrested her husband, Salāh ‘Abd al-Qawī, and her three sons, Usāma, Ahmad and ‘Abd al-Rahmān, forcing them to “confess to crimes that they did not commit.”
The Human Rights Center for Assisting Prisoners organized a human rights conference in Egypt. Muslim and Christian scholars participated in the conference asserted that Islam and Christianity are keen about human rights without religious or racial discrimination.
My meeting with Frances Fragos Townsend, the Assistant to the US President and Homeland Security Advisor, was to discuss bilateral cooperation between Egypt and the US in several fields and means and mechanisms to stand up against the phenomenon of terrorism, said Minister of Interior Habīb al-‘...

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