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HRW: Egypt’s Renewed Detention of Scholar’s Daughter Unlawful

Egyptian authorities should release Ola al-Qaradawi, the daughter of a well-known Islamic scholar, who was rearrested on July 4, Human Rights Watch said today. A prosecutor charged al-Qaradawi, 58, for membership and support of a terrorist group by “using her relationships in prison,” though she spent the last two years …

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Egyptian politicians arrested, accused of working with Muslim Brotherhood

The Egyptian Interior Ministry announced that it had arrested several politicians and journalists suspected of planning to form a terrorist cell it named as Amal in cooperation with the Muslim Brotherhood, which is designated as a terror group by the Egyptian government. The Amal (“Hope”) Alliance is a nascent coaltion of liberal and leftist groups.

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Rights group calls for international investigation into Sisi regime

On the sixth anniversary of the Egyptian coup which ousted the late President Mohamed Morsi, the Human Rights Monitor is calling for an international investigation into the systematic crimes carried out by the Egyptian regime.

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