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Bahīy al-Dīn Hasan, manager of Cairo Centre for Human Rights Studies (CCHRS), said in a statement, approved by eight human rights organizations, that the referendum took place under the way of Mubārak in which civil societies were prevented from monitoring the referendum or entering polling...
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS), confirmed that Law No. 10 of 1914, which is still in force with the Demonstration Law since November 2013, had been repealed since January 1928, over 89 years ago upon a consensus in the Egyptian Parliament back then.
Nuhād ‘Abū al-Qamsān, president of the Center, said that amendments to Egypt’s personal status law, which was put into place more than 95 years ago, have not raised the document to an appropriate standard. ‘Abū al-Qamsān added, in an interview on the television program “Lāzim Nifham,” that the law...
 “Human Rights Watch, Qatari Human Rights organization Al-Karāmah, Cairo Centre for Human Rights among others are meeting secretly to co-ordinate their positions in the UN Human Rights Council meetings against Egypt to serve the international Muslim Brotherhoods Organization.” “They aim to put the...
The author says that the Azhar remained silent and neither denied nor confirmed whether Camellia converted to Islam or not and neither did the church. Bahiyy al-Dīn Husīn, general manager of the Cairo Center for Human Rights Studies, argues that there exist a secret agreement between the religious...
Watani International reports on the incidents in Naj‘ Hammādī, listing the names of the dead and giving background about the threats reportedly received by Copts over revenge for the alleged rape of a Muslim girl in Farshūt. The article closes comparing the outrage over the killing of Marwa al-...
This report provides an overview of different human rights organizations in Egypt and th
Watani interviewed a number of intellectuals and human rights activists to discover their views on the rise of sectarian attacks in Egypt.
The article comments on recent sectarian incidents that have taken place in Minia and links them to the need to pass a unified law for building houses of worship.
Shukrī reports on the recent sectarian incident against Bahā’ī citizens that took place in Upper Egypt.

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