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On the other hand, Dr. Muhammad Badī’, the General Murshid (Guide) of the Muslim Brotherhood group, said Pope Shenouda III was a historic figure who was a symbol of love, peace and national unity. “The death of the pope has saddened everyone in Egypt,” said Badī’ during his visit to the Coptic...
Egyptian human rights activists demanded the end of police arbitrary practices against political prisoners held in custody. The activists called on the Parliament to amend the present legislation that permits successive custody terms that may last for several years. The custodial sentence is...
The new law draft on the founding and mandates of the National Council for Human Rights was prepared by the Government, ignoring the major amendments proposed by members of the NCHR, namely visit prisons by notice and not by permit, guarantee the financial independence of the Council, and...
The U.S. State Department’s International Religious Freedoms report grilled the ruling authorities in Egypt, which, it said, caused religious freedom violations, adding Egypt, the heart of the Arab Spring, has seen hope turning into panic after human rights deteriorations under the Supreme Council...
Five journalists affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) applied on Monday (September 19, 2011) competing for board positions in the Journalists Syndicate elections, scheduled for October 14, 2011.
Muhammad 'Abd al-Qudūs, a journalist and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood group, writes in an article that an aspired modern civil state should have pillars that could be summed up in the following points: • Total equality among all Egyptians in rights and duties. There should be no difference...
 Muhammad 'Abd al-Qudūs writes that 'Abīr Tal'at's testimony in the investigations will make her a victim rather than the criminal. He added that were Egypt a free country, then a person would convert to whatever they liked without fearing that the church may detain them, or a group of Islamists...
Al-Sayyid al-Badawī, head of the Wafd Party, visited the Muslim Brotherhood in a controversial step. Both parties agreed on the necessity of uniting the opposition efforts, stated Muhammad 'Abd al-Quddūs, a member of the Journalist Synidcates board. Al-Badawī stressed that the Brotherhood should...
The Egyptians Against Religious Discrimination [EARD] group held its first national conference last weekend. The conference was supposed to be held at the Journalists Syndicate but after journalists stopped participants from entering the premises it was moved to the headquarters of the Tajammu...
A conference that was supposed to be held on April 11-12, 2008 by Egyptians against Religious Discrimination [EARD] was hindered in the Journalists’ Syndicate when a number of members staged a strike in the syndicate and did not allow participants to enter the conference hall. Strikers claimed that...

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