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A new web site for the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information
A new web site for the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information
"The new official website of the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information on the internet will be: "www.anhri.net " instead of the old URL: "www.hrinfo.net" or "www.hrinfo.org", where the old site is no longer expresses in its behalf and the network is no more responsible for its content."
Sunday, May 25,2008 07:59
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"The new official website of the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information on the internet will be: "www.anhri.net " instead of the old URL: "www.hrinfo.net" or "www.hrinfo.org", where the old site is no longer expresses in its behalf and the network is no more responsible for its content." announced the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, and warned as well of publishing any materials or topics belong to the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, in form that deems (in form or content) as if it is still its site, and law measurements will be taken against any one who commit such actions.

The domain of the Arabic Network was changed to a new one, to be in harmony with the first letters of the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, as well as some issues related to the hosting, and old address.

"we understand that to become familiar with the new URL:"www.anhri.net", will take some time, especially, with thousands of visitors who are approaching the site every day, whether the journalists or those who are interested in the human rights in the Arab world in general, but keeping the old URL become difficult, also the bad server and hosting performance, but we promise those who are interested in human rights and the visitors of the website of a wide range of development with the new site, that will carry on as usual until it is fully constructed." said Gamal Eid the executive director of the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information.

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information have a special request to the journalists colleagues and the rights institutions and the concerned bodies and individuals, to alert about the new URL in their media outlets, to facilitate introducing its new site and contributing in the role played by the Arabic Network in the field of human rights in general, and in particular in the freedom of expression arena.


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