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67 years after the catastrophe (Nakba): we will not forget the massacre of Dawaymeh
2015-05-14
67 years after the catastrophe (Nakba): we will not forget the massacre of Dawaymeh

What has been written in black in New York will be erased in red in Palestine” said the Palestinian resistance after the Israeli independence declaration, according to UN agreements that cut Palestine in two parts: an Arabic territory and a Jewish one. Nevertheless, since the 15th of May 1948, after the defeat of the Arabs and the implementation of the Zionist plan of appropriation of the Palestinian lands (Plan Daleth) by the violent Zionist militia, it is Palestine that is erased little by little in red, before the eyes of the international community.

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Film Industry to Locarno Film Festival: Don’t Give Israeli Apartheid a Carte Blanche
2015-05-05
Film Industry to Locarno Film Festival: Don’t Give Israeli Apartheid a Carte Blanche

It has come to our attention that the Locarno Film Festival has chosen to place Israel as the center of this year's festival in its "Carte Blanche" initiative, in cooperation with the Israeli Film Fund. This fund is an Israeli government-funded agency which receives support from the Israel Film Council, the government appointed film funding advisory body, as well as support from the Film unit at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs whose aim is to “promote Israeli films abroad with the support of the cultural attachés in the Israeli embassies throughout the world.”

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The Committee for Democracy welcomes the cancellation of the visit of Mr. Hassan Ahmed El Borai illegitimate Minister of Solidarity Of Egypt
2013-10-09
The Committee for Democracy welcomes the cancellation of the visit of Mr. Hassan Ahmed El Borai illegitimate Minister of Solidarity Of Egypt

The Committee for Democracy announces with great relief the cancellation of the conference "Religion and Human Rights, the Egyptian revolution," originally scheduled for October 10, 2013, at the Uni Dufour, Geneva.

The Committee for Democracy also welcomes the cancellation of the visit of Mr. Hassan Ahmed El Borai illegitimate Minister of Solidarity Of Egypt to Switzerland and applauds the reactivity of the Swiss authorities in this case.

 

This is a great victory for Switzerland, human rights and the Egyptian people. This is also the result of hard work and a reward for the whole team of the Committee, who has struggled with strength and dignity.

 

The Committee for Democracy continues with determination and commitment to work for the respect and promotion of human rights in Egypt and around the world. The fate of millions of Egyptian remains a concern. The state of emergency continues in full force and effect, minimizing the rule of law and freedom of the people. The manhunt on behalf of the sacred struggle against terrorism is underway across the country daily.

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For Democracy in Egypt, Against the military coup
2013-09-17
For Democracy in Egypt, Against the military coup

Press Release

 

On the 25th of January, 2011, the Egyptian people revolted against the totalitarian rule of the military dictatorship marked by fraud, corruption, injustice and repression for decades.

 

On 3 July 2013, the overthrow by the army of the democratically-elected President Mohamed Morsi, is nothing but a fully-fledged military coup and a serious violation of democratic principles.

 

President Morsi was elected on June 24, 2012, with a popular vote of 51.7 percent and thus remains the only legitimate president and representative of the Egyptian people. Egypt's first democratic experiment, which included five successive elections and/or referendums, began despite repeated attempts by the former Mubarak dictatorial regime and its supporters in government to hinder this transition through the creation of a continuum of economic and security problems.

 

The leadership of the Egyptian army took advantage of a suspiciously organized mass protest, fuelled by pro-Mubarak instigating media and security factions, to violently overthrow on the 3rd of July 2013 Egypt's first experiment with democracy, while proclaiming what it called a "new revolution", instigated, headed and directed by the military, and by removing and kidnapping the first democratically elected president and aides without a trial, much less a judgement.

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