Habib Al-Adli Accused of Deliberately Killing Demonstrators

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) has filed a report on behalf of the Egyptian Committee for Fact Finding and Combating Corruption (ECFFCC) on Monday, 7/2/2011 to the general

Rights Group Calls for Protection of Journalists and Anti-Government Protesters

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) has expressed its deep concern regarding the lives of protesters in Tahrir Square.

EOHR Calls for Re-Trials of International MB Networking

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) called for the retrial of 5 MB leaders who received harsh prison terms in case no. 404 of 2009 Supreme State Security, well-known

Civil society deploys trainings, technology ahead of poll

The upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled for 28 November will not undergo international monitoring after the government declared that allowing such monitoring would undermine national sovereignty.

Egyptian Court Orders University Guards to Leave Cairo University

The Supreme Administrative Court of Egypt led by Counselor Mohamed Abdel-Ghani, upheld a final verdict to end the long police presence in Egyptian universities which revoked the interior minister’s decision

Human Rights calls for judicial supervision of elections

A statement issued Friday by the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights condemned the National Democratic Party’s refusal to respond to the demands by Egyptian political opposition forces who called for

A new violation for freedom of opinion and expression 6 months imprisonment for editor -in

On 28/7/2010 Al Saf partial court sentenced Sherif Abd El Hamid, editor -in- chief of Al Saf website to 6 months imprisonment in absentia and a fine of 200 EGP

The Situation of Human Rights in Egypt 2009: Introduction, summary and recommendations

Issuing the 20th annual report of EOHR of 2009 comes in the light of a political environment not different from the previous years. Violations still committed against human rights. They

EOHR “Al-Shater and his companions should be released immediately”

Hafez Abu Seada, Chairman of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights called on the Ministry of Interior to immediately release Khairat al-Shater, Deputy Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, and four

EOHR slams continued detention of Alshater under oppressive emergency law

According to the Egyptian Organization of human rights the trials of Egyptian civilians before military tribunals remains a phenomenon to be concerned.