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Human Rights Watch stated that the dispersal of Rāb'ah sit in was one of "systematic and widespread" killing of least 1,150 protesters, by the security forces, amounting probably to the level of crimes against humanity.  
14 men sentenced to execution and 37 others to imprisonment, accused of being linked to the Muslim brotherhood organisation which is believed to ‘have political motives’.  This decision has been deemed to be ‘totally unfair’ by the human rights watch who oversee affairs in the Middle East and North...
Egypt's workers played a major role in the surge of protests that swept across the country in the 2000s, leading to the undermining and eventual fall of the regime of Husni Mubārak in 2011. Despite subsequent regime crackdowns on domestic dissent, the independent labor movement continued its...
Winners of seats in parliament include minority populations that achieved great success compared to previous elections, including Coptic Christians, who won a total of 36 seats representing 6 percent of parliament.
Subtitle:- Shubra only has 15 groups.- They consider music and statues a sin and writers and thinkers the soldiers of the devil.- Members are young people primarily from the poor classes.- Secret meetings for the members and strange rituals for new members- They say that the men of the church...
SAT7 is also only concerned with broadcasting Christian material, but a number of famous Coptic artists have refused to have any relation whatsoever with the channel.
The author suggests that foreign intervention in support of human rights is legitimate by virtue of regional and international agreements provided that the state’s sovereignty is respected and national interests are preserved.
When Egypt was fighting terrorism, it was accused of violating human rights. However, when America was hit by terrorism, President Bush decided to fight terrorism everywhere in the world regardless of human rights. The US may now have discovered that they were protecting and nurturing terrorism,...
The authors criticize the United Nation’s failure to properly reform its discredited Human Rights Commission, and call on the U.S. to divert funding to other human rights organizations if the U.N. continues to allow tyrants and dictators into the council.
There are some six million Muslims living in the USA yet a "must-read" American columnist writes: "... it is sad and sorry at the same time that we rarely hear the voices of Muslim Americans protesting against terrorist actions taking place here and there, or declaring their protest against the...

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