Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Amnesty International USA is concerned about mass arrests and violent attacks in Egypt

As Egyptians go to the polls on 1 December in the final stage of parliamentary elections, Amnesty International expressed concern about mass arrests of opposition party supporters and activists and criticized the government for failing to ensure voters are free from violence, arbitrary arrests and intimidation. More.


At 2:04 PM, Blogger Wajih said...

i do not know what happens in our countries but in these developed countries, such as uk, there is hardly anything like that. though there is injustise as well but i think muslim countries are more harsher on terrorism than other countries. in our countries, everyone is a terrorist. i know a guy who has no affiliation with any group but he was caught and kept in custody and nobody has ever heard about him. but i was also surprised when bbc reported that there is so much torture for people in egypt that some requested to be transferred to Gutanamo Bay!


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