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by: Human Rights Watch 2005-10-8

 Human Rights Watch has called on Egypt to investigate what it labels state-sponsored brutality against opposition demonstrators.

The group said plain clothes security officers and government supporters beat protesters during Wednesday’s vote on partial electoral reform.

Egyptian opposition groups also contest government figures of a 51% turnout.

by: Human Rights Watch 2006-5-4

 Egyptian authorities should drop threats to dismiss two senior judges protesting election fraud and investigate the violence and fraud that plagued elections last year, Human Rights Watch said today.

The organization also expressed grave concern about a police attack against peaceful demonstrators outside the Judges Club in the early hours of Monday morning. An eyewitness told Hu..

by: Human Rights Watch 2006-5-12

Egyptian security officials arrested 11 more political reform activists, including an award-winning blogger, Alaa Ahmed Seif al-Islam, Human Rights Watch said today. This brings to more than 100 the number of people detained over the past two weeks for exercising their rights to freedom of assembly and expression.

Approximately half of those arrested are members of the Muslim Brothe..

by: Human Rights Watch 2007-4-19
Once again, the Egyptian government is prosecuting a journalist because he has reported on human rights abuses in the country. The government should focus its energies on ending the abuses, not silencing those who expose them. .Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East and North Africa director at Human Rights Watch


by: Human Rights Watch 2007-5-26
Following Egypt’s election last week to the UN Human Rights Council, the government should immediately fulfill the pledges it made in campaigning for the seat, Human Rights Watch and the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) said in a briefing paper released today...