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The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) said that the freedom of belief is a fundamental human right, and is guaranteed by the Constitution, as well as international human rights conventions, to ensure that the ruling regimes do not impose penalties against individuals that exercise these...
Head of The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR), Najīb Jūbra'īl, said that a court decision on revoking the Egyptian nationality of a citizen who married an Israeli citizen is unlawful, and “could be used to accuse Egypt of anti Semitism.” According to the human rights defender,...
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) expressed its deep condemnation of the attack on a large number of lawyers late last night by the security forces in the Dokki Police Station. EOHR asserted that this was contrary to the law and the constitution.
The Egyptian Organization For Human Rights (EOHR) showed concern on the ongoing curtail policy practiced against human rights activists, the latest being the arrest of Nāsser Amīn who was on his way to Geneva, Switzerland. Airport security authorities detained the activist for more than four hours...
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) will hold a conference titled "What We Want from the Parliament" at the Pyramisa Hotel in Doqqi, with the participation of a group of representatives of political parties, university professors and human rights activists.
President of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) and member of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), Hāfez Abu-Se`da, considered the reform and modernization of the police apparatus and the general prosecution are crucial for the achievement of transitional justice.
Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) submitted a memorandum to President `Abd al- Fattāh al-Sisi, calling for the restructuring of the police service in conjunction with abusive treatment of citizens by police officers.
On Saturday, during a telephone interview for the TV program “Sā'a Min Misr” (One-Hour-News On Egypt), the head of The Egyptian Organization For Human Rights (EOHR), Mahmūd Badawi, critized a recently court ruling that gave non-governmental organizations the right to receive foreign funding,...
Head of the Egyptian Human Rights Organization (EOHR), Muhammad Anwar al-Sadāt, threatened to freeze the Organization's committee work at the House of Representatives, in case `Ali `Abd al-`Āl does not respond to the EOHR's pending requests.
The terror attack on a military station in Al-`Arīsh on Thursday morning resulted in the killing of two army soldiers and two low-rank officers.
The RNSAW interviewed Hafez Abu Seada upon the request of the American Council of Churches about the article in the Boston Globe and found that the Boston Globe and Hafez Abu Seada have talked at cross-purposes. Where Hafez Abu Seada spoke about human rights violations concerning all Egyptians,...
Youssef Sidhom, editor-in-chief at Watani newspaper, was one of seven Egyptians chosen by the Freedom House center in Washington DC in the USA to receive a prize awarded to them "for the bold and courageous attitudes of your work in the area of defending the basic human rights for all Egyptians."...
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights apologized over receiving an award given to its secretary general from "The Freedom House" based in Washington. Hafez Abu-Seda, the secretary general stated that the award was given to him because of the famous Koshh report.
The government referred 20 suspected members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to military prosecutors on Monday, nearly two weeks after they were arrested in the biggest crackdown on the group in four years. The accused are charged with "disseminating the ideas of the banned group, endangering...
Recent arrests of Muslim Brotherhood members appear linked to the government’s decision to allow lawyers’ syndicate election to take place.
In a continuing clampdown on the clandestine Muslim Brotherhood, security forces on Thursday detained 20 alleged members of the group. Sixteen of the Islamist leaders were picked up as they held a meeting in the Maadi office of the Engineering Organizations’ Union. Others were arrested at their...
This Freedom from Religious Persecution Act gives America the right to interfere in diplomatic ways to the concerned governments and if a government does not respond, it is the right of the U.S. administration to impose any sanctions that it (the U.S.) sees fit. The author stresses that several...
Book review of a book with the title "Emigrant Copts, a field Study On Worries of a Nation and Citizenship" that has raised several important and sensitive issues.
Dr. Selim Naguib, president of the Canadian Coptic Federation, sent this letter to President Mubarak to congratulate him with his survival of an attack on his life. Ramzy Zaklama comments on the importance of the letter for the RNSAW.
Recently there has been a campaign against the emigrant Copts. But prominent writers here in Egypt [both Muslim and Christian] have recently been writing to point out that not all the accusations against the emigrant Copts have any evidence to back them up and that Copts do actually experience...
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