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In the previous parts of this debate Maurice Sadek, President of the center of Human Rights and National Unity had accused the Egyptian government of being racist and has asked for its resignation. Sadek continued in this part his dialogue on the religious persecution law that he describes as an...
The United Nations celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10. In Egypt the media uniformly ignored the Paris celebrations.
False claims are made that Islam violates human rights. The notion of human rights in the West is used to make false claims against Islam.
A few days ago, the French paper ’Le Monde’ revealed the escalation of religious persecution practices in Israel by the government and extreme Jewish groups. The paper said the acts of persecution are directed against Christians and Muslims in the occupied Arab territories and in Israel itself.
On the occasion of the Golden Jubilee for the International Declaration of Human Rights, which is being celebrated these days by the world, the Research and Studies Center of Third World Countries, of the Political Science College at Cairo University, has held a symposium on the future of human...
The secretary-general [of the EOHR] was called in for investigations and was detained by the prosecutor. He said that the cheque had no relation to the report on el-Koshh.
Daniel Kurtzer, US Ambassador to Cairo, said relations between Egypt and the USA are excellent, and President Clinton cares about discussing the latest development in the region with President Hosni Mubarak. He said he himself assured that what happened in Al-Koshh has nothing to do with...
Canceling its first rejection, the Sunday Telegraph agreed to publish the statement of the Egyptian Coptic education-investor Reda Edward which refuted the paper’s allegations of Copts’ persecution in Egypt. The paper accepted the statement in a form of paid advertisement.
The Sunday Telegraph has continued its suspicious campaigns against Egypt claiming Copts are persecuted. It published another article written by Christian Lamb. She claimed in her first article that more than 1200 Copts were arrested, tortured with electric shock and crucified.
The Egyptian government has launched an international publicity offensive in the wake of disclosures in The Telegraph last month about a brutal police crackdown on Christians in southern Egypt. Actions include paying for full-page newspaper advertisements in cash and a lobbying campaign on the...

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