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Egyptian activists launched a violent attack against Egyptian Justice Minister Ahmad al-Zind on social networking sites following the minister's statement that all Brotherhood leaders sentenced to death will be executed immediately after all stages of litigation have ended.
The National Council for Women (NCW) praised the government's decision to amend some provisions of Law No. 77 of 1943 on inheritances, which criminalizes the willful act of denial of inheritance or its proceeds, as well as a penalty of 6-months imprisonment and a fine of 20,000-100,000 EGP.
Minister of Justice, Ahmad al-Zind, said that the necessary measures are being taken to pass legislation that will remove all obstacles that impede the functioning of justice, as well as remove loopholes that some use as a weapon to withhold rights.
Lawyers from the legal committee of the Heliopolis Center for Political and Human Rights Researches (HCPHRR) filed a complaint with Egypt's prosecutor general accusing the minister of Justice, Ahmad al-Zind, of incitement to violence, hate, and of accusing countries with strong ties to Egypt of...
Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights “ECESR” and the Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression “AFTE” praised the court ruling which overruled the implementation of the decree of the former Minister of Justice, Counselor Aḥmad Al- Zind. The ruling grants judicial police powers to...
During a televised interviewed hosted by media presenter Wā'el al-Ibrāshi, Egypt's minister of Justice, Al-Zend harshly attacked HRW, accusing the human rights organization for being selective and biased towards certain rights over others, adding that it [HWR] has a record of lies and erroneous...
Yesterday morning (May 5, 2013), hundreds of Copts flocked to the Cathedral in al-'Abbāsīyyah to celebrate Easter. Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawadros II welcomed families, clergymen and officials throughout the day. In the evening, Pope Tawadros headed the first Easter Holy Mass at the Cathedral with a...
The majority of Egyptian courts continued their work while other courts went on a strike in protest against the new constitutional declaration issued by President Muḥammad Mursī last week. [Author Not Mentioned, al-Ahrām, Nov. 25, p. 1] Read original text in Arabic  
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