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2010-10-12
Haithem Al-Maleh , prominent Syrian human rights defender and lawyer, will be the recipient of the Alkarama Award 2010 for Human Rights Defenders...

2010-6-22
Civilians being referred to military tribunals has become a key facet of President Hosni Mubarak's rule over the last 28 years. Where human rights violations occur on a regular basis, particularly in the context of the suppression of political opponents, even their most basic right to a fair trial or to appear before a judge is ignored...

2010-6-15
On Tuesday, 11 May 2010, the Prime Minister announced in a speech to the People's Assembly, "As it seeks a two-year extension of the Emergency Law, the government vows before the People's Assembly not to employ the exceptional measures permitted by the Emergency Law except to confront the dangers of terrorism and drugs and to the degree necessary to confront them...

2010-6-15
Ayat Issam Ahmed, a university student from Damascus, was arrested on 18 October 2009, after receiving a summons to appear at the Political Security branch in Al-Fayha, Damascus, where she was questioned about her religious beliefs...

2010-6-15
A statement condemning the crime committed against the relief convoy and demanding the dismantling of the blockade on Gaza and the turnover of the Israeli`s war criminals to International Justice..

2010-6-10
the Prime Minister announced in a speech to the People’s Assembly, “As it seeks a two-year extension of the Emergency Law, the government vows before the People’s Assembly not to employ the exceptional measures permitted by the Emergency Law except to confront the dangers of terrorism and drugs and to the degree necessary to confront them…..

2010-6-2
At least 30 Muslim Brotherhood supporters were injured on 29 May 2010, as Egyptian security forces attacked an election rally organized by residents of Abu Homs in Al-Baheira governorate...

2010-4-21
After three decades of continuous renewal of the emergency state as well as national and international advocacy by the Egyptian government for the necessity of maintaining the emergency state to combat terrorism and drug dealing, the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) finally disclosed its real vision of what constitutes terrorism and how to combat it...

2010-4-18
In the face of ongoing impunity across the Arab World, Alkarama has published a detailed report on how to use universal jurisdiction in Europe to prosecute those responsible for torture, crimes against humanity, genocide or war crimes...

2010-4-14
On 30 March 2010, as a Munufeya University graduation service came to a close, Egyptian Security Services arrested 11 students outside the gates of the university's Faculty of Electronic Engineering...

2010-4-14
Alkarama requests that the Egyptian authorities release all prisoners of opinion, to desist from the degrading and inhumane practice of torture, and to try all those involved in cases of torture...

2010-4-14
Repressive measures against journalists and human rights activist have now become common currency in Egypt, where neither domestic nor international laws are respected...

2010-4-1
In September 2008, the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD), a group of independent experts mandated by the Human Rights Council to investigate situations of people detained illegally, adopted Opinion 27/2008 regarding the case of Khirat Al-Shatar and 26 other individuals detained in Egypt...

2010-3-26
Last Friday, 19 March 2010, Alkarama met with Iyas Maleh, son of Haithem Al-Maleh, the 78 year-old Syrian lawyer and human rights defender who was abducted by the Syrian authorities on 14 October 2009 and then brought before a military court...

2010-3-17
Following the Prosecutors' release orders, the Egyptian Ministry of Interior immediately issued administrative orders for their arrest - orders issued by the executive branch of the government, as opposed to the Judiciary, and therefore without any legal basis. Alkarama condemns this use of administrative detention to detain political opponents, and calls for the immediate release of these 21 individuals...

2010-3-15
Egyptian State Security Intelligence (SSI) in Fayoum City summoned Taha Abdel Tawab Mohammed, a physician from Fayoum governorate in Egypt who had been organising support for Dr. Mohammad Al Baradei, a potential presidential candidate in Egypt's 2011 presidential elections...

2010-3-13
Muslim Brotherhood leaders were arrested from their homes earlier this morning. After Friday prayers today, 53 protestors were arrested outside Abu Magda Mosque in Al-Ismaliya and 70 more in Maidan Al-Sharqiya, of which eight are women, following demonstrations against the blockading Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem by Israeli forces earlier today...

2010-2-20
The Egyptian authorities continue to arbitrarily detain Ahmad Douma despite having completed his prison sentence...

2010-2-11
Alkarama has been informed that 15 leaders of the Egyptian opposition movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, were arrested in the early hours of Monday 8 February 2010...

2010-2-3
The Egyptian Security forces continue to suppress any opposition towards the government - often affiliating the detainees to banned organizations or terrorists groups as a pretext for arrest..

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