Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Mubarak regime desperately seeks 2nd term at UN Committee Aganist torture

نظام فنون القتل والتعذيب

Blogger sources learned that the regime of Egypt is frantically seeking a new term at the United Nations Committee against Torture. A regime with endemic torture ( a culture of torture) seeks to have a say on a UN working group on the UN actions and public statements on torture? The regime is continuously stressing its say everyday in the streets, police stations and prisons of Egypt. It is also documented in the HRW, US State Department and Amnesty International reports. Their "say" is emphasized through a huge list of crimes aganist innocent Egyptian people. I wonder why also Egyptian officials are hiding the news from the press?

mesh bardo masr laha el reyada, according to a former ministry of information.

I would like to remember Tarek Ghannnam. He is one of the first victims of Freedom of Democracy. Egyptian police opened fire on him in a mosque in Mansoura, Dakahalia Governorate, killing him and wounding others after using nerve gas bombs. Ghannam is an English language teacher with three kids.

In the picture, Children are the first victims of the state security. Beaten in streets cause they don't have government programs to protect their rights, needless to say that all civil society activities don't exist cause civil societies are the queen of Egypt.


At 9:23 AM, Blogger Freedom for Egyptians said...

This has been the game all the time, fooling the world, and more oppression inside. We are just fed up of deception.

At 11:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's scary to see how Egypt is fooling the world so easily. The strategy is so simple as it is effective. Apply double standards and observe the golden rule: hit but don't tell.

What about Egypt's aspirations to win a permanent seat in the UN Security Council? Does Africa or even the world want a representative that has such double standards?

Egypt has become a master in portaying it's self as part of the solution but actually it's part of the problem.


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