jeudi, janvier 26, 2006

حقوق الإنسان

التجديد الأسبوعي للشبكة العربية لمعلومات حقوق الإنسان 92 , السنة الثالثة13 19 يناير 2006
January 2006 - 26 January 2006

Syria: Release of some of those who are arrested in "Rabie Damascus" after keeping them in detention for four years. Arab Organization for Human Rights in Syria condemned random arrests of security bureaus which violate the law. It also addressed an open message to Arab Lawyers Union Conference to be hold in Syria. Sources
 Syrian Organization for Human Rights (SWASIA)
 Human Rights Association in SyriaRead more on Syria page:
http://www.hrinfo.net/syria Iraq: Iraqi Association to Defend Journalists condemned aggression against Al Mostakbal Al Arabi Editor; Saad Zaher at Begi area, and call on the kidnappers of US journalist Jill Carroll to release her. Sources
 Iraqi Association to Defend JournalistsRead more on Iraq page:
http://www.hrinfo.net/iraq Palestine: (287) Palestinian martyrs, including (81) children, (51) woman, (11) aged, (3) handicapped; in addition to (1664) injured are the collection of Israeli violence practices in 2005 (upon annual report by Gaza Center for Rights and Law).The series of continued illegal assassinations and executions against Palestinian people resulted in death of a citizen and injury of other six. The continuity of inhuman living conditions for Palestinian captives in Israeli prisons.
Sources\n Gaza Center for Rights and Law\n Palestinian Captive Club \n National Association for Democracy and Law\nRead more on Palestinian page:
opinion prisoners - at Abu Selim prison in Tarablus, Libya - started a hunger strike to protest against their continued detention after being trailed by special courts despite repeated promises to release them. Al Raquib Foundation for Human Rights and 22 Arab human rights organizations participated with strikers and declared Libyan authorities to be responsible of any health problems.\n\nSources\n Al Raquib Foundation for Human Rights \nRead more on Libya page:
Center for Human Rights Studies demanded to send a delegation of mass-media personnel in Arab countries to visit Darfour region and to monitor dispute events there. In the same Sudanese respect, the "Yad" group is tracing the sufferings of Sudanese refugees (who are saved from El-Mohandsin Slaughter) in prisons as well as the rejection they meet by churches and continued security aggression against them.\nThe Earth Center monitors the sweep of agricultural lands by police forces in Abuel Matamier, El-Behira governorate accompanied with forced possession and violent aggression against farmers and their families and wives, as their wives and brothers were arrested and held at police station for no reason.\n\nSources\n Cairo Center for Human Rights Studies\n "Yad" group of Egyptian Independents",1]

Sources
 Gaza Center for Rights and Law
 Palestinian Captive Club
 National Association for Democracy and LawRead more on Palestinian page:
http://www.hrinfo.net/palestine Libya: 131 opinion prisoners - at Abu Selim prison in Tarablus, Libya - started a hunger strike to protest against their continued detention after being trailed by special courts despite repeated promises to release them. Al Raquib Foundation for Human Rights and 22 Arab human rights organizations participated with strikers and declared Libyan authorities to be responsible of any health problems. Sources
 Al Raquib Foundation for Human Rights Read more on Libya page:
http://www.hrinfo.net/libya Egypt: Cairo Center for Human Rights Studies demanded to send a delegation of mass-media personnel in Arab countries to visit Darfour region and to monitor dispute events there. In the same Sudanese respect, the "Yad" group is tracing the sufferings of Sudanese refugees (who are saved from El-Mohandsin Slaughter) in prisons as well as the rejection they meet by churches and continued security aggression against them.The Earth Center monitors the sweep of agricultural lands by police forces in Abuel Matamier, El-Behira governorate accompanied with forced possession and violent aggression against farmers and their families and wives, as their wives and brothers were arrested and held at police station for no reason. Sources
 Cairo Center for Human Rights Studies
 "Yad" group of Egyptian Independents
\n The Earth Center for Human Rights\nRead more on Egypt page:
at Grand Mosque of Paris in support of Jill Carroll (the abducted reporter in Iraq)\nPeace and Freedom Coalition declares in its issued statement its anxious on the destiny of Palestinian Doctor Ashraf Al Hagoog after considering him a vital party who is excluded from the prospected release. The organization also hopes to activate Palestinian Diplomacy in addition to international protection with the purpose to stop the risks of dividing Aids File.\nWriters without Borders Organization voiced relief at the release of Iraqi writer Kamal Sayed Quader, who was sentenced for thirty years by a Kurdish Court at Arbiel city - northern Iraq which passed that sentence against him due to his critical background of Kurdish officials and his writings about corruption and gratuity in Kurdistan, Iraq .. Writers without Borders Organization praised the step taken by Kurdistan Democratic Party to remove the claim raised against the writer Kamal Sayed Quader ..\n\nSources\nPeace and freedom Coalition\n Writers without Borders Organization\nRead more on Regional and International Page: http://www.hrinfo.net/mena\n\n \

 The Earth Center for Human RightsRead more on Egypt page:
http://www.hrinfo.net/egypt Regional and International: Demonstration at Grand Mosque of Paris in support of Jill Carroll (the abducted reporter in Iraq) Peace and Freedom Coalition declares in its issued statement its anxious on the destiny of Palestinian Doctor Ashraf Al Hagoog after considering him a vital party who is excluded from the prospected release. The organization also hopes to activate Palestinian Diplomacy in addition to international protection with the purpose to stop the risks of dividing Aids File.Writers without Borders Organization voiced relief at the release of Iraqi writer Kamal Sayed Quader, who was sentenced for thirty years by a Kurdish Court at Arbiel city - northern Iraq which passed that sentence against him due to his critical background of Kurdish officials and his writings about corruption and gratuity in Kurdistan, Iraq .. Writers without Borders Organization praised the step taken by Kurdistan Democratic Party to remove the claim raised against the writer Kamal Sayed Quader .. Sources
 Peace and freedom Coalition
 Writers without Borders OrganizationRead more on Regional and International Page:
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