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The Egyptian Security Apparatus arrested Layla Sayf, mother of political activist ʿAlāʾ ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ, her daughter Munā Sayf, and her sister Dr. Ahdāf Suwayf, in addition to Dr. Rabbāb al-Mahdī, assistant professor of political science at American University. On Wednesday, the four women...
With the rise in the number of cases of Coronavirus in Egypt, politicians and human rights activists are raising their voices, demanding for the release of those in preventative custody especially for issues of opinion in light of the spread of the novel Coronavirus, which the World Health...
The NCHR is holding today a workshop for civil associations to discuss the draft laws of civil associations. 
A decision to close four churches in the Egyptian governorate of al-Minyā sparked controversy and renewed talks about protecting Christians in Egypt and their right to worship and building churches. This comes at a time when some Western reports, issued by official institutions and non-governmental...
National Partnership is an idea that exists throughout the world, and was one of the basic demands from the Egyptian people during the January 25 Revolution. The partnership is the moral responsibility of the citizens, and it confirms that the principles of human rights are indispensable in...
George Is'hāq, member of the Egyptian National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), demanded that the state move and protect its children abroad. The Council expressed its full solidarity with the Egyptian blogger Tāmer Mabrūk, who is imprisoned in Qatar, until he returns to Egypt again, noting that he...
George Is'hāq, member of Egypt's National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), said that the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) withdrew from the (Tahrīr) Square on February 11, 2011. However, the former Military Council supported them, pointing out that the [ousted] Muhammad Mursī had the chance to be a true...
George Is'hāq, member of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) said that committees of the council have prepared a report including the lists of names of prisoners that meet the four criteria required for earlier release: “those who did not commit violence, the elderly, students, and the...
The head of the Committee on Civil and Political Rights at the National Council for Human Rights, George Isḥāq, declined to comment on the British Foreign Office statement on the human rights situation in Egypt.
Member of Egypt's National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), George Ishāq, condemned the human rights violations in Egypt, saying that they 'have gone too far'. He said that he will release a public statement in this regard.

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