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The mother of a 13-year-old Dutch girl claims that eight Turkish persons raped her daughter because she refused to go out with them for a ride and preferred to accompany some Moroccan friends.
Chris Patten: "I was dismayed to learn of these sentences and reiterate that the European Commission has no evidence of the alleged falsification of documents, which seems to have been central to the case for the prosecution. We deplore the continued use of State security courts to prosecute cases...
The motivation, objectives and program of an RNSAW workshop for Egyptian journalists in cooperation with the Al-Ahram Institute for Regional Journalism. The workshop is financed by the Dutch Embassy and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and covers human rights issues, women, Western and Arab media, freedom...
It was a sight sickening to hundreds of millions of Christians and the source of outrage among senior clerics across the world. A tower of smoke uncoiled high above the rooftops of Bethlehem yesterday, testimony to a fire burning by the church marking the place of Christ´s birth.
Adam Shapiro is a Jewish pacifist who believes he serves a purpose in life by being a human shield. He belongs to the “internationals,” as they call themselves and oppose violence of any kind. They do not condone Palestinian suicide bombings, just as they do not condone Israeli military assaults on...
The RNSAW asked Coptic human rights activist Ra´ed Al-Sharqawi to investigate the riots in Beni Walmis. He found this started with Christian youth boasting their church was ready while Muslims struggled to have their mosque equally well restorated.
Egyptian Interior Minister, Habīb al-‘Ādlī speaks out on a number of controversial issues, including the surprise win of Hamās in the Palestinian parliamentary elections, claims about the deaths of 19 detainees in Egyptian prisons and the increasing role of the Muslim Brotherhood on the political...
Uncommon in Egyptian press, al-Dustour publishes excerpts of the Human Rights Watch report on Egypt, 2005, revealing many problems in Egypt.
The Cairo-based al-Kalima Center for Human Rights has issued its annual report on the political events of 2005, including syndicate, presidential and parliamentary elections. The report calls for respecting the rights of religious minorities in Egypt, including Shiites, Bahā’īs and Qur’ānīs.
A critique of the Egyptian government’s handling of the Sudanese refugees protesting in Cairo.

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