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Egypt rejects UN rights investigator criticism

Cairo: The Egyptian government has denied all observations made by the United Nations Human Rights Council report, local NGOs have reported. The report by Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and

Egyptian government faces difficult times in 2010

The Egyptian government faces a very difficult time in 2010, with historically prominent issues such as the succession of President Hosni Mubarak, the use of military courts, emergency rule and

Court martialed Muslim Brotherhood detainees anticipate release.

It is expected that the Egyptian Ministry of Interior release on Tuesday, December 15, 9 members of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement who were tried and sentenced. The 9 men who

Interior Minister denies visitation rights to 217 Muslim Brotherhood members who are to spend Eid

In another bout of violation of freedom of rights the Interior Ministry has denied visitation privileges during the up-coming Eid for 217 detained Muslim Brotherhood members.

Sawaseya: Military tribunals deny Egypt the services of its prominent sons.

In a statement of which "Ikhwanweb" was given a copy, The Sawaseya Centre for human rights condemned the irrational verdict issued by the appeals court in Cairo where the judiciary

Lawyer Haitham al-Maleh referred to the Military Courts

The Syrian Human Rights Committee (SHRC) has strongly criticised the ongoing detention of the senior Syrian lawyer and human rights activist Mr. Haitham al-Maleh, and his referral to the military

Brotherhood to have appeal of military tribunal

In a surprising development, Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood will get their time in court to appeal against military tribunals that saw leading Deputy Khairat el-Shater and17 other members of the banned

4 Menoufiya MB Businessmen Arrested

The Egyptian security forces arrested, on Tuesday, four MB businessmen. The state security forces in Menoufiya, north of the Egyptian capital Cairo, arrested four Muslim Brotherhood (MB) businessmen.