Monday, May 08, 2006

Human Rights Watch Responds to Egypt's Regime Mass Detentions

(Cairo, May 5, 2006) — Human Rights Watch has said the Egyptian government should immediately release scores of peaceful protesters arrested over the past 10 days solely for exercising their right to free expression and assembly.

On the night of April 24, the government dispatched thousands of security forces to surround a few dozen protestors peacefully demonstrating in Cairo. Over the course of four days, security forces arrested at least 51 of the protestors, who were demonstrating in support of a group of judges who have called for judicial independence and criticized fraud and intimidation in the parliamentary elections held several months ago. Read more...


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At 3:05 PM, Anonymous tommy said...

A list of Egyptian embassies in many countries around the world that can be contacted:


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