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Hundreds of Cases of ‘Disappearances’ and Torture Reported Under al-Sisi’s Government

Instead of protecting its citizens from torture and forced disappearances, the Egyptian government prefers to criticize and attack groups calling for investigations. Human Rights Watch published evidence several weeks ago…
Khaled Hassan
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Displaced Call Security Officials’ Response ‘Apathetic’

Hundreds of Egyptian Coptic Christian families have fled their homes in the northern Sinai Peninsula since late February, fearing for their lives in the wake of seven murders between January 30 and February 23. No group claimed responsibility for…
A nun cries as she stands at the scene inside Cairo's Coptic cathedral, following a bombing, in Egypt December 11, 2016.
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Last week, Kuwaiti authorities announced that they will deport an Egyptian imam for criticizing the recent Egyptian elections. In a sermon given in a Kuwaiti mosque several days after the recent Egyptian presidential elections, Imam Sayed Faraj Abu Halima…
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“They took Alaa and beat Manal” These words rocketed across Egypt’s social networks Thursday night, marking a new, ominous turn in the government’s crackdown on dissident voices. Around 20 armed policemen, some masked, broke down the door of well-known…
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The Egyptian Interior Ministry is threatening to forcibly break up a Muslim Brotherhood sit-in, where protesters are demanding the reinstatement of Mohammed Morsy as president. I visited Rab’a al-Adawiya in Cairo, where thousands of protesters have been…
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(Washington, DC) - Under President Bush's November 13th Military Order on military commissions, any foreign national designated by the President as a suspected terrorist or as aiding terrorists could potentially be detained, tried, convicted and even…