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Dr. Ḥāfiz Abu Siʿdah, president of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR), member of the National Council for Human Rights, reviewed the Council's efforts to promote the concept of citizenry in Egypt and its role in supporting international organizations in their war on terrorism. He...
Dr. ʿAbd al-Ghaffār Shukr (Abdel-Ghaffar Shokr), Vice President of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), has held several positions, including vice president of the Center for Arab and African Research in Cairo, and head of the former Socialist Popular Alliance. He is one of the veteran...
During the opening of the annual forum of NGOs organized by the Egyptian National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) on Tuesday, the NCHR’s President Muḥammad Fāʾiq said that there can be no democracy without an active civil society to put the constitution into effect, adding that the NCHR is focusing...
Mukhtar Nūh, member of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), said that the whole world is walking in the orbit of Europe and America, and when any European country talks about human rights, this is instigated by America and its agents, he said.
The legal terms of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) accreditation had ended on Thursday 1/9/2016, when its vice president, `Abd al-Ghaffār Shokr, made clear that the Council held meetings to discuss the report on human rights situation in Egypt during July and August. Beside discussing...
Background: Dr. Buṭrus Buṭrus Ghālī, Secretary General of the United Nations, is addressing the European Parliament on the 50th anniversary of the United Nations’ founding in Strasbourg. His speech is mainly about democracy, European values and model and how the UN sees the future of the...
Background: The recording is of a radio broadcast for Dutch radio regarding Secretary-General Dr. Buṭrus Buṭrus Ghālī who speaks at the European Parliament about wanting to see more European countries getting politically involved in the United Nations. A fragment of the interview between Cornelis...
Background: Dr. Buṭrus Buṭrus Ghālī (14.11.1922 – 16.2.2016) was the 6th General-Secretary of the United Nations (from January 1992 to December 1996), and dealt with crises such as the Rwandan Genocide and the divide of Yugoslavia. Dr. Ghālī visited Strasbourg, France at a conference to discuss the...
  The Egyptian Foreign Ministry expressed alarm over the incomplete version of events presented in the High Council for Human Right’s report on the events that occurred in Egypt on January 25, 2015. The Ministry said that the report completely ignored that the Brotherhood plants many explosive...
  The National Council for Human Rights has launched an investigation into the events that occurred in 'Abbāssīyah, where 309 protesters were injured after what seemed like an ambush from civilians, before beginning their march. According to evidence uncovered during the investigation, knives and...
This report provides an overview of different human rights organizations in Egypt and th
The report released by the US Commission for International Religious Freedom is considered by the Egyptian press to be one of the most critical reports by an American organization because it represents serious interference in Egyptian domestic affairs, especially in terms of education. Journalists...
President Mubārak’s attendance of Hannā Nāshid’s requiem raised questions about the reason he was distinguished amongst other prominent Coptic figures.
The article discusses Yūsuf Sidhum’s recent speech at Claremont Graduate University in California, and highlights Sidhum’s expectations for the reform that is anticipated in Egypt, and the problems that are yet to overcome.
Reappointing all members of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights surpassed everyone’s expectations as many believed that at least ten members would be dismissed due to their severe criticism of the regime concerning freedom, human rights and the proposed constitutional amendments.
Labīb blames Dr. Aḥmad Kamāl Abū al-Majd for his strategy of keeping the council’s reports and correspondences confidential. He highlights Abū al-Majd’s rejection of the council’s Cultural Committee because it criticized the Azhar.
The author of the article, who is a member of the National Council for Human Rights, criticizes the performance of the council in its first session and provides examples of its negligence.
The National Council for Human Rights ended its first session tensely; a member submitted a memo to its head and head of the Shūrá council decrying its performance as a failure.
The proposed constitutional amendments stress the importance of citizenship. The amendments cannot be achieved all at once, as there must be a cultural and social basis on which the amendments can be established. A secular state will fulfill the demands of most Egyptians, and Copts look forward to...
The author sheds light on the grand Shaykh of the Azhar’s response to the Vatican Pope’s lecture in which he attacks Islām and Prophet Muhammad.

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