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The National Council for Human Rights ended its first session tensely; a member submitted a memo to its head and head of the Shūrá council decrying its performance as a failure.
The article provides an overlook of the progression of human rights in Egypt. It reviews the first term of the National Council for Human Rights and questions if its efforts are being felt by Egyptians.
After Dr. Ahmad Kamāl Abū al-Majd’s proposition regarding amendments to the political constitutional, the Human Rights Council witnessed disagreements among its members. The following lines shed light on some of the Council members’ opinions.
Bahīy al-Dīn Hasan presented a paper on religious tension during the Intercultural Dialogue for the Euro-Mediterranean Region Conference in Paris.
The author is disappointed at the second report of the National Council for Human Rights’ (NCHR) on human rights issues in Egypt, stating that the calm, complacent tone of the report aroused wide distrust, and that the council has begun to lean towards the government’s inclinations.
An article covering a seminar which took place at the Cairo Center for Human Rights on problems facing Copts in Egypt in which a number of famous Egyptian intellectuals participated.
The Center for Human Rights Research in Cairo has agreed to put an end to the discriminatory acts between Muslims and Christians in Egypt.
The Shura Council has agreed upon establishing a national council for human rights. The author interviewed many human rights activists to give their comments on the advantages and disadvantages of establishing such a council.
It came as no surprise that Baheiddin Hassan—a staunch defender of human rights and head of the Cairo Centre for Human Rights Studies—was chosen among the members of Egypt’s government-appointed National Council for Human Rights (NCHR).
An examination of why only 20 percent of eligible voters took part in Egypt’s elections, and why so many voted for Islamist candidates.


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