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President Hosni Mubarak met with Mary Robinson, the UN high commissioner for human rights, on Monday. The talks dealt with "the importance of promoting and protecting human rights on the regional and international levels," Robinson told reporters.
Egypt and Iran are discussing a street sign in Tehran named after Khaled el-Islambouli, the man who killed late president Sadat in 1981. Full diplomatic ties between the two countries can only be restored after this street name is removed.
In the early hours of last Thursday, following a day-long debate, the People’s Assembly approved, by a hefty majority, a new bill designed to regulate the activities of some 15,000 registered non-governmental organizations (NGOs). However, the bill did not go down well with 11 opposition deputies...
NGO representatives and activists for human and women’s rights stepped up their campaign this week against the proposed NGO law in a bid to prevent it from being passed by the People’s Assembly. NGOs believe that the bill infringes upon their autonomy and inhibits civil action.
An interview between Rafa’t Al-Sa’id of the Tagammu’ Party (who is fiercely critical of the Muslim Brotherhood), and Saleem ’Azouz (the interviewer). He says: "A religious [political] party will start or directly lead to terrorism. I tell you frankly that politicization of religion or...
The author is highly critical of this Coptic human rights activist.
Egyptian human rights organizations express their deep concern about the accelerating campaign aiming at sullying the reputation of the human rights movement and questioning its credibility and the patriotism of those running the organizations.
We call on all Christians in Egypt to condemn what is being said and written in the foreign media concerning persecution of Copts in Egypt.
The article describes the Jewish influence on the British media. Lots of names are given.
In a strong worded reply sent by Nabil Osman, head of the State Information Service, to Dominique Lawson, editor-in chief of the British Sunday Telegraph, [the Egyptian government] refuted the allegations of the torture of Copts in Egypt.


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