Cairo: 25 September, 2016
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) expresses alarm at the rulings and the EGP100,000 fine issued against 5 children from last April protesters on charges of breaching the Protest Law and disturbing public order.
On Thursday September 22, Giza Juvenile Court presided over by counselor Mohamed Nafea sentenced- in absentia- five children […]
Cairo: 25 September, 2016
Cairo: 30 August, 2016
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) today called on the Iraqi authorities to promptly reveal the fate of civil movement activist “Ali Alzbhaoa” in the aftermath of his disappearance following his participation in the demonstrations took place in Friday 26 August, 2016 in the province of Najaf.
The family of Alzbhaoa […]
Jordan: ANHRI Calls for the Release of Activist Mohamed Khalil Al-Hawawsha Detained over Theeban Protests
Cairo, 21 July, 2016
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) condemned the decision issued yesterday (July 20) by the High Criminal Court to reject releasing on bail activist Mohamed Khalil Al-Hawawsha, who was detained against the backdrop of the protests of Theeban, Madaba city (about 70 km south of the capital Amman).
Yesterday, the High Criminal […]
Egyptian Security Forces Have to Stop the Violent Break up of Peaceful Assembly “Security Forces Disperse March of Master’s and Doctoral Degree Holders Using Force”
Cairo: 13 July, 2016
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) strongly condemn the Egyptian security forces’ dispersal of a peaceful march set by the Master’s and Doctoral degree holders in front of the Cabinet’s headquarters yesterday (Tuesday), the ensuing attack on its participants and the detention of 18 of MA and Ph.D holders.
Yesterday, dozens of […]
Cairo Criminal Court, convened at the Police Trustees Institute and headed by counselor Sai’d al-Sayyad, turned down the appeal, submitted by Haytham Mohamdeen and Zizo Abdo against their pre-trial detention pending the case no. 58/2016 (Incidents/ South Giza), upholding their 15-day prison decision pending probe. The defendants are to be appeared, tomorrowmorning (28 June), before the […]
Cairo: 27 June, 2016
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) condemned the Bahraini authorities’ determination to crackdown on human rights activist Nabeel Rajab, president of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, through void prosecution; against the backdrop of writing tweets on his “Twitter” account criticizing the Saudi-Arabia led coalition strikes in Yemen. Yesterday the 26th of […]
Cairo: 29 May, 2016
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) condemned the security and Gendarmerie forces’ violent dispersal of the protests that coincide with the first anniversary of the fraudulent investments crisis- known as “Tarmish”, when Wadi Mosa people lost tens of millions of dinars without the restoration of their rights.
On the 27th of May, Wadi Musa city […]
ANHRI Calls for Holding those Responsible For Targeting Journalists in Baghdad’s Green Zone Accountable
Cairo: 23 May, 2016
“The targeting of journalists while covering the protesters’ storming of Baghdad’s Green Zone (the government and diplomats’ headquarters) on Friday, May 20, constitutes a full-fledged crime committed by the authorities in Iraq. All perpetrators should be brought to account and and subject to punishment”, the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) […]
Egypt: Security Men Turn Downtown Cairo to a Military Barracks Where Approach and Photography are Prohibited among Opponents
Cairo: 26 April, 2016
“What is more like today to yesterday. After ten years following the crime of security forces’ siege of Judges’ Club on April 26, 2006, security forces echoed yesterday their reaction towards demonstration calls, in an incident that mimics that of the past. Commandos in plain clothes have been deployed in the surrounding […]
Mass Arrests and Violation of Law in Egypt.. ANHRI Condemns the Return of ‘Dawn Visitors’ Phenomenon and Calls on the Minstry of Interior to Respect the Constitution
Cairo: 24 April, 2016
Hours ahead of April 25 protests, the phenomenon of arresting political activists, journalists and social media activists from their homes at dawn without any legal grounds- in what is known as “Dawn Visitors”- has been returned back, leading Egyptian citizens to live in a state of police hysteria and mounting repression once […]