Prisoner Of Conscience


Gadaffi vows to fight to his ‘last drop of blood

Vowing to fight to his last drop of blood the defiant Libyan leader Gaddafi called on his supporters to strike back against protesters and to defend his embattled regime.

Gaddafi’s son: Libya is at a crossroads and everybody wants a piece

In a televised statement on State TV Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of Libyan leader addressed the people stating that the region is experiencing an earthquake, a storm adding that

Muslim leaders urge for the end of massacre in Libya

Following the bloody crackdown in Libya Muslim leaders have urged the end of what they described as a massacre after Libya forces killed dozens of protesters in the eastern city

Save The Libyans From the Savage Dictator

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information today said that news coming from Libya reveal that the number of victims of protests demanding democracy in Benghazi alone has reached about

Death toll rises as Libyan regime cracks down on protestors

In what has appeared to be a domino effect in the Arab world where shaken regimes across the region are bracing a wave of demonstrations inspired by the ousters of

Action: Mass killings in el-Baida

Human Rights Solidarity is deeply concerned on the news of mass killings going on since late afternoon of Thursday 17th February 2011, in the town of el-Baida.

Libyan dictator warns use of Facebook

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information today expressed surprise and resentment at the continuation of Libyan dictator resorting to practices that need psychological treatment , the latest of which

Libyan writer detained following protest call

A Libyan writer and political commentator arrested last week and accused of a driving offence appears to have been targeted for calling for peaceful protests in the country, Amnesty International

Libya: Writer detained after calling for demonstrations

Amnesty International today called on the Libyan authorities to immediately clarify the legal status of former prisoner of conscience Jamal al-Hajji, who is being detained seemingly in connection with his

More abuse for Egypt Sinai writer, blogger

Reports circulated on Tuesday that the Egyptian interior ministry had escalated its torture of prisoner of conscience Mossad Abu Fagr, a prominent Egyptian blogger who has been jailed since 2007.