The Rab’a Massacre and Mass Killings of Protesters in Egypt
August 12, 2014
The 188-page report documents the way the Egyptian police and army methodically opened fire with live ammunition on crowds of demonstrators opposed to the military’s July 3 ouster of Mohamed Morsy, Egypt’s first elected civilian president, at six demonstrations between July 5 and August 17, 2013.
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ISBN: 978-1-62313-1661
Feature Content
August 12, 2014

All According to Plan

The Rab’a Massacre and Mass Killings of Protesters in Egypt

June 20, 2013

“Interfere, Restrict, Control”

Restraints on Freedom of Association in Bahrain

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القيود المفروضة على حرية تكوين الجمعيات في البحرين
June 20, 2013
يعمد التقرير المكون من 87 صفحة إلى فحص القوانين المقيدة والسياسات الخانقة للجمعيات المدنية والسياسية والنقابات العمالية. ويبين التقرير كيف تستغل السلطات قوانين جائرة لتقييد حرية تكوين الجمعيات بالرفض التعسفي لطلبات التسجيل، والإشراف التدخلي على الجمعيات المستقلة.
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ISBN: 978-1-62313-0305
June 20, 2013

"التدخل والتقييد والهيمنة"

القيود المفروضة على حرية تكوين الجمعيات في البحرين

Restraints on Freedom of Association in Bahrain
June 20, 2013
This 87-page report examines restrictive laws and policies that stifle civic and political groups and trade unions. The report shows how authorities use unjust laws to restrict freedom of association by arbitrarily rejecting registration applications and intrusively supervising independent organizations.
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ISBN: 978-1-62313-0299
May 29, 2013

Sevan Nişanyan, a Turkish-Armenian journalist, wrote a blog entry last September stating that critical comments about religion don’t constitute hate speech. “Making fun of an Arab leader who claimed he contacted God hundreds of years ago and received political, financial and sexual benefits is not hate speech,” he said.

May 24, 2013

“The police [are] working within the parameters of the law,” Uganda’s information minister, Mary Karooro Okurut, told journalists on Monday in Kampala, hours after police had forced two newspapers and two radio stations to shut down while they conducted a search – and kept them shut.

Die Kapitulation der Regierung vor militanten Kräften schafft einen gefährlichen Präzedenzfall
March 25, 2013
Die Kapitulation der Regierung vor militanten Kräften schafft einen gefährlichen Präzedenzfall

(New York) – Präsident Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono muss lokale Regierungen anweisen, keine Gebetshäuser mehr zu zerstören und diskriminierende Gesetze zu religiösen Belangen zurückzunehmen, so Human Rights Watch.

December 14, 2012