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Al-Beltagi participates in a conference on sectarian violence.
Al-Beltagi participates in a conference on sectarian violence.
Dr. Mohamed Al-Beltagi, MB bloc's Secretary of relations, will participate in a conference titled "Sectarianism from discrimination to assassination" at the Egyptian Centre for Economic and Social Rights on Monday January 12, 2010.
Sunday, January 17,2010 22:25
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Dr. Mohamed Al-Beltagi, MB bloc's Secretary of relations, will participate in a conference titled "Sectarianism from discrimination to assassination" at the Egyptian Centre for Economic and Social Rights on Monday January 12, 2010.

 

Dr. Moneer Mogahed, Co-coordinator of Egyptians against Religious Discrimination group, will lead the conference. Dr. Beltagi will be speaking about the MB stance on sectarian violence and their analysis of the escalating situation and their foresight on solutions.

 

Hafez Abu Saada, Secretary-General of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights and member of the National Council for Human Rights, will be discussing the history of sectarian violence, its development and the legal means to solve the reasons behind the sectarian violence. Kamal Zaher, coordinator of the Secular trend, will be detailing the lack of security and the political-religious confusion.

 

Dr. Samer Soliman, from the Leftist Democratic Trend and member of the Egyptians against Religious Discrimination group, will discuss sectarian violence its causes and

tags: Hafez Abu Saada / the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights / the National Council for Human Rights / sectarian violence / Social Rights
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