The Ministry Of Transportation In Kuwait Controls Blogs And Web Sites.

The Arabic Network For Human Rights Information, ANHRI, warns of the gravity of the news spreading that the Kuwaiti ministry of transportation is monitoring blogs and web sites.

Physical Assault on Hemma AlHemami in Tunisia Airport After an Interview with AlJazeera and France

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, ANHRI, strongly condemns the assault against Hemma AlHemami, the secretary general of the Tunisian Communist party, in Tunisia airport on 29/9/2009 ,arriving from

Sudan : After Intelligence Control Lift On Papers Implementation Could Be The First Step Towards

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information ,ANHRI, welcomed the decision announced by the Sudanese president Omar Al Bashir last week , lifting the state control over newspapers performed by

Reprisal Against Reporters Union Legitimate Members in Tunisia.

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information , ANHRI, deeply resented the hostile measures taken by the Constitutional Democratic Congress ruling party in Tunisia against the elected board members of

Blogger given offer in exchange for pen, principles, beliefs and conscience.

The blogger was questioned about the up-coming rally which is to take place in October in accordance with the Muslim Brotherhood and El-Ghad party. Fares denied knowing anything about the

A long awaited reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah looks promising but only time will tell.

Khaled Meshaal, Hamas’s political leader, sounded optimistic as he announced that Hamas would sign the Egyptian reconciliation accord with Fatah and other Palestinian factions in October in an effort to

When it comes to blogging in Egypt maybe “Honesty isn’t the best policy”

It seems that saying or writing what you think may get you into a lot of trouble. The latest in a number of deportations from Egypt include Per Bjorklund, a

Egypt: Bargaining Bloggers to stop opposing the Government

“You will be behind the sun” was the expression used by the Dean Abdul Hadi, General Inspector of State Security at Fayoum (Egyptian Province), while he was interrogating the Egyptian

Egypt Brotherhood calls on government, rebels to stop fighting

Egypt's Brotherhood has called on the government and the Houthi rebels to stop the fighting in northern Yemen and urged them to provide safe routes to help relief agencies to

Algeria: Malik Medjnoune, arbitrarily detained for 10 years, still no trial

Today, September 28, 2009, 10 years have passed since the day Malik Medjnoune was abducted near his home in Tizi-Ouzou by the Algerian secret services of the Department of Intelligence