Canceling researcher Taqadum Al-khatib’s PhD scholarship for voicing his opinion is a new police measure by a state antagonistic to freedom of expression

Cairo: 23 August, 2017 The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) expressed deep concern about the Egyptian government’s hostility towards freedom of expression, which reached to the extent of Read More

Daily Roundup Tuesday 22 August 2017

22 August, 2017

Hussein Salem and his sons acquitted from “profiteering and money laundering” Today, Cairo Criminal Court, headed by Counselor Mohamed Amer Gadou, ordered the acquittal of business tycoon Hussein Salem and Read More

Daily Roundup Thursday 17 August, 2017

17 August, 2017

Al-Sisi’s decision ratifying “Tiran and Sanafir” deal published In its issue today, the Official Gazette published Presidential Decree No. 607 of 2016 regarding the maritime border demarcation agreement signed between Read More

“Lawyers for Democracy” releases its monthly report on monitoring the democratic path during July 2017

7 August, 2017

Cairo: 8 August, 2017 The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) today releases the seventh report in 2017 of “Lawyers for Democracy” initiative, which monitors the democratic path during July. Read More

Press Release: The Egyptian Authorities block ANHRI’s website… but our voice will still be heard

6 August, 2017

A few hours ago, the Egyptian authorities blocked the website of ANHRI – The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information inside Egypt, making it the first human rights website to Read More

Palestine’s Cyber Crimes Law Law of blocking and confiscation

16 August, 2017

Position paper ANHRI August 2017 Palestine’s President Mahmoud Abbas ratified the Palestinian Cybercrime Law No. 16 of 2017 before it was published in the Official Gazette on 9 July 2017. Read More

Eye on Talk Show Episode 4

15 August, 2017

   Introduction This is the fourth episode of “Eye on Talk Show” newsletter, which aims to shed the light on the content of the most prominent TV programs, so as Read More