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The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) urged President Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi to release all peaceful demonstrators sentenced under the Protest Law, as those detained have not committed any violent crimes against citizens. Most of the detainees are students and young people who participated in both the January 25 and June 30 Revolutions, EOHR added.
On Monday, the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) criticized the “abduction” of Al-Shurūq newspaper, Haitham Radwān, adding that the Egyptian security institutions continue encroaching on journalists, with no respect to the constitution or any international conventions protecting the journalism profession.
Around 900 people applied Saturday to run in Egypt's upcoming parliamentary elections, bringing the total number of prospective candidates so far to 5936.
The door for filing applications to run in the elections closed on Saturday.
Foreign Policy, The New York Times, Daily News Egypt and al-Bawaba news all report about the ban on reporting on the killings of Mexican tourists in Egypt’s Western desert. There is growing public anger against the absence of transparency and increased media gags.
W. Winston Skinner reported on September 17, 2015 in the Times-Herald that an Egyptian native Christian missionary, in the article called pastor X, “told about 95 people at the International Leadership Team in Carrollton on Tuesday that significant numbers of Muslims are converting to Christianity across the Middle East. ILI trains Christian leaders across the world. They aim to train leaders who then can train other workers in their home countries.”
“Pastor X estimated 10 percent of Muslims in Egypt have become Christians in the past few years.”
This is blatantly untrue.