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by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-3-6
Mohamed Mahdi Akef, chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, confirmed that the group’s attitude towards April 6 strike, doesn’t prevent any of the group members from participating in the strike. He declared that the group backs any section of the society that struggles to attain its rights so long as its rights are in line with Egypt’s interests...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-2-23
The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) has faced, since 1952 revolution, many military trials which violated its members simplist civil rights. The latest is the military trial facing 40 MB leaders topped by MB second deputy chairman Khairat Al-Shater, and MB Executive Bureau member Mohamed Ali Beshr...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-2-13
Hundreds of Egyptian doctors staged on Sunday Feb, 10th, 2008, a vigil in front of the People’s Assembly, the lower chamber of parliament, calling on government to approve a special cadre (financial degree) in order to keep up with the soaring living costs...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-2-13
The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group in Sudan held its annual conference on Saturday Feb, 9th, 2008, during which it discussed the course of the group, the current political situation in addition to laying down a future view for the Islamic action...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-2-1
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) issued its first annual report about the status of the freedom of expression in Egypt in 2007. The report has two sections: the first section: about the legal framework and key stops in the freedom of expression in 2007 and the second section: is about violations against the freedom of expression and freedom of the press spotted and observed by ANHRI in this year...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-31
Egyptian Interior Minister, Habib Al-Adli, raised eyebrows of many people when he said during the Police Day celebrations that the number of political detainees in Egypt is no more than 1633 detainees and that the estimations of Human Rights Organizations around the number of detainees are so much exaggerated...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-29
Amr Hamzawy, a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, said that there are several reasons for the current standoff between Egyptian government and Washington. He saw in an interview with Egyptian daily Al Masry Al Yom, that the political situation in Egypt has been getting more confusing since 2005 when freedoms were expanding but they have been plunging during the last two years . ..

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-23
More than 150 thousand Egyptian doctors threatened with staging open sit-ins and general strikes in case government doesn’t approve their demands of devising the Special Cadre system to increase salaries in order to meet the soaring price hikes and deteriorating living conditions...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-23
Peace Studies Institute belonging affiliated to Suzanne Mubarak Women’s International Peace Movement held in the Alexandria library a conference over cross-cultural dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean and Gulf regions...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-22
32 human rights organization sent to joint letter the subcommittee of human rights, democracy and international and regional affairs whose meetings will be held in Cairo on Jan, 23rd, 24th, 2008...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-20
The European Parliament (EP) last approved on Thursday Jan, 17th, 2008 in Strasbourg a resolution in which it lashes out at the Egyptian human rights record calling for immediately releasing Ayman Nour and stopping the so called exercises of torture committed by the Egyptian government...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-19
The woman has managed all over the world to assume high political positions, while the Arab woman hasn’t managed to reach for example the posts of president or Prime minister in any Arab country...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-16
In January 2002, the US Guantanamo base in Cuba turned into the world’s most notorious prison after the United States sent to it the so called terrorist suspects or those allegedly linked to Al-Qaeda network . ..

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-15
A workshop entitled " Future of Islamic movements in Arab Parliaments " was held in Cairo on Mondy Jan, 14thm 2008, by One World Society and the German Konrad Adenauer Foundation...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-11
The judicial independence and immunity don’t secure only justice and freedom for citizens. It is also a main factor for protracting national sovereignty. This was realized by Egypt ’s judges in their struggle for a judicial independence. Their political participation is currently debated among even fellow judges...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-9
As a continuation of the arrest campaigns launched against the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian state security forces have arrested 4 Muslim Brotherhood(MB) leaders in Faqous, Sharqiya governorate on Wednesday dawn ( Jan., 9th, 2007 )...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2008-1-7
The final results of the elections of the Alexandria Judges Club were declared on Saturday Jan, 5th, 2008. The turnout was more than 50% as 1080 members cast their votes out of the two thousand eligible voters...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2007-12-26
Ragaae Atiya, the lawyer of detained Muslim Brotherhood (MB) deputy chairman Khairat Al Shater, declared his withdrawal from the defense team because the court refused his demand of sending back to the military prosecution the new charges added by the Military tribunal against 7 defendants to be investigated again...

by: Duaa Abdul Raouf 2007-12-24
The military tribunal adjourned its 41st session on Sunday Dec, 23rd, 2007 in the trail against forty Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders topped by Khairat Al Shater, the second deputy chairman of the group and Dr. Mohamed Ali Beshr, a member of the MB Executive Office...