Former General Guide of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Mohammed Mahdi Akef has been transferred from prison to hospital after his health condition deteriorated, Arabi21 reported yesterday. In a post on Facebook, 88-year-old Akef's daughter ... Middle East Monitor, 1 month ago
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Some evangelicals have followed Christ for as long as they can remember. Others, through God's grace, make U-turns. Many of us know the story of John Newton and his change from enslaving men physically to freeing them spiritually. Japan has been a ...World.Wng.org, 1 month ago
Ukraine A newly published report by human rights activists in eastern Ukraine alleges that 5,000 people in the self-declared Luhansk People's Republic are held in solitary confinement, beaten, starved or tortured if they refuse to carry out ...Insidetime.org, 1 month ago
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Egypt ranked as the third country in the world with the highest number of journalists behind bars in 2016, after Turkey and China, according to a recent annual census report released by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). As of 1 December ...Daily News Egypt, 1 month ago
Author(s): Tim Lister Abstract: The military campaign to retake the city of Mosul from the Islamic State is underway but faces an uphill struggle. During a six-week visit to northern Iraq in October and November, the author followed the ...Combating Terrorism Center, 1 month ago
by anhri Hostages.. Human Rights Defenders in Egypt 2016 Introduction Hostages.. is a report which documents the situation of human rights defenders in Egypt throughout 2016. Hostages.. because it is the closest term to ...ANHRI, 1 month ago The Democratic Path in Egypt during November 2016 ANHRI, 1 month ago
Deceit and Terror Part 1The Infamous Post-9/11 "Sleeper Cell" Case in California Continues to Unravel
N azhat Shaheen has twice endured the loss of her first son. The first time she lost him, he was a newborn. Soon after she gave birth in her native Pakistan, her in-laws took her son, Naseem, during a contentious divorce from her husband. Her own ...The Intercept, 1 month ago
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