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URGENT ACTION :DARFURIAN ACTIVIST ARRESTED IN CAIRO AND IN DANGER OF DEPORTATION TO SUDAN

Published on May 7, 2012 in news

 

On Sunday May6th  2012 the Egyptian authorities arrested the Darfurian activist Monem Suliman, he had been arrested by Egyptian Security and taken to unknown place. The internal ministry called Monem to come to their offices in Tahrir , and when he went the told him that he is not wanted in Egypt anymore and they handcuffed  him and took him in shed-car, and his place is unknown till now.

Monem Suliman is the director of the Modern Sudan Center in Cairo, his activities in reporting and writing about the hard conditions the Sudanese refuges in Egypt lives through , plus his advocacy for Darfur human rights violations had been the reason he had been targeted by the Sudanese Embassy in Cairo . Mr. Monem had been arrested before by the Egyptian authorities and threatens to stop his activities or else he will be unwanted in Cairo and will be deported to Sudan.

Arry organization is very worried about Mr. Monem destiny as his life could be in danger if he deported to Sudan we call on the UNCHR in Cairo to do to protect him and the Egyptian authorities to immediately release him and reveal his place and respect the international agreement of refugees rights that Egypt signed.

Please write immediately in English, Arabic or your own language:

Call on the Egyptian authorities to immediately release Monem Suliman and respect his rights as a refugees and reveal his detention location.

 

P LEASE SEND APPEALS BEFORE NOW TO:

Minister of Interior

Mohamed Ibrahim Youssef Ahmed

Ministry of Interior

Cairo, Egypt

Fax: +202 2 795 9494, +202 2 794 5529, +202 2 796 0682

Salutation: Your Excellency

Prosecutor General

Counsellor Abd El-Megeed Mahmoud

Dar al-Qadha al-’Ali

Ramses Street

Cairo Egypt

Fax: +202 2 577 4716

Salutation: Dear Counsellor

 

Also send copies to diplomatic representatives accredited to your country.

Please check with your section office if sending appeals after the above date.

 
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