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Death incidents inside Egyptian places of detention during the period between 30 June 2013 and 1 December 2019. Geneva 10 December 2019 On the occasion of the International Human Rights Day, Committee for Justice(CFJ) has chosen to shed the light on the ongoing human rights violations taking place inside Egyptian places of detention, which have […]
After 150 days of renewals of detention in front of the state security prosecution – the time allowed for the prosecution to renew detention without giving reasons or explanation for the cause of deprivation of freedom, Lawyer Mohamed El-Baqer, founder of Adala Center for Rights and Freedoms, yesterday began his journey in front of the […]
Egypt: Government retaliates against rights researcher with electric shock torture and false charges
Joint Statement The undersigned organizations demand the immediate and unconditional release of Patrick George Zaki, a researcher at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights and graduate student at the University of Bologna, together with an investigation into the torture Zaki endured during his detention. The undersigned further urge UN special rapporteurs, members of the European […]
Over the last three years, the Trump administration has increasingly implemented one-sided policies favoring the Government of Israel that contravene international law and reward Israel’s illegal actions. These policies reinforce repression and incite violence, posing significant risks to regional stability. The so-called “Deal of the Century” is a culmination of the Trump administration’s normalization of […]
100 days since the imprisonment of Esraa Abdel-Fattah Detention renewed for journalists Hossam al-Sayyad, Sulafa Majdi, Khaled Dawoud, We, the undersigned organizations, renew our demand for Case no. 488 of 2019 to be closed and all defendants immediately released. We condemn the state authorities for prolonging the detention of these defendants and charging new defendants […]