Crackdown on a number of Human Rights associations and disappearance of Egyptian, American and Algerian Human Rights Activists
|Friday, February 4,2011 13:08|
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information and the Egyptian Association for the Advancement of community participation Announcing its their deep concern for the lives and safety of “Ahmed Seif al-Islam Hamad”, the director of the Hisham Center for Law and “Khaled Ali” the Director of the Egyptian Center for Economic and , and the number of workers at the two centers, as well as a researcher for Amnesty International.
“Said Hadad”, also an American Citizen researcher of division of Human Rights Watch, “” after the siege of the building, which includes two centers located in downtown, by some thugs and gangs ,who are followers of the Ruling National Democratic Party, and the storming of the centers of forces claimed as belonging to the military police, In about three o’clock this afternoon, which was closed Telephones human rights activists and under siege imposed by criminal gangs on the building, the Arab and Egyptian network could not be able to enter the building and assurance on the lives of human rights activists at the moment.
The Arabic Network and the Egyptian Association, while condemning strongly the qualitative development in the work of criminal gangs of the National Party, they are carrying troops Egyptian full responsibility on the lives of activists, demanding the release of human rights activists immediately, and the declaration of places of detention, and the Declaration of the reasons for this detention, especially in light of Impartiality pseudo shown by the military forces, which resulted in leaving the streets, prey to these criminal gangs.
Human rights activists disappeared:
1 – Ahmed Seif al-Islam Hamad, an Egyptian lawyer and director of the Hisham
Mubarak Center for Law.
2 – Khalid Omar,and director of the Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights.
3 – Mustafa Hassan, an Egyptian lawyer, the status of the Hisham Mubarak Law.
4 – Said Haddad, Algeria researcher for Amnesty International in London.
5 – Daniel Williams, a U.S. researcher at Human Rights Watch.
6 – Mohsen Bashir, an Egyptian lawyer, the status of the Hisham Mubarak Law.
7 – Nadine Abu Shadi, an Egyptian human rights activist.
As well as a group of lawyers and activists from unknown numbers.