Egypt’s National Council for Human Rights has refuted a report by the Human Rights Watch (HRW) claiming that Egypt has undermined environmental NGOs willing to partake in the Climate Change Conference of the UN (COP27), which the country will host in November.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Ahmed Abu Zeid described the latest HRW report on the participation of environmental groups in COP27 as “misleading”.
The HRW report said grave violations of international humanitarian and human rights law have occurred since Tigray conflict has started in November 2020.
These organizations have turned the dispute with Egypt into a personal one that lacks many human rights standards, officials say.
SIS said that Whitson action indicates that Human Rights Watch lacks all of the professional standers and proves its bias tackling everything related to the Egyptian affairs
The State Information Service criticized in a statement on early Tuesday tweets made by the Human Rights Watch on Morsi’s death.
The HRW has assumed its – anonymous testimonials - reflect a real situation, even when it comes to a fierce battle against cold-blooded murders.
Parliament Speaker Ali Abdel Aal criticized the New York-based Human Rights Watch for being politicized.
An MP accused the Muslim Brotherhood and the states sponsoring it of being behind the issuance of such "false reports."
Abu Shoka has stressed that HRW relies on fake and fabricated information from Muslim Brotherhood sources and media in an attempt to demean the Egyptian state.
Security expert Mohamed Attiya said a recent report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) exposed bad intentions to defame Egypt.
Lacking all standards of logic and neutrality, HRW gave no evidences for its allegations against the Egyptian forces, narrating one-sided opinion for the events, with no credible sources or documents.
DMC Satellite channel made a video to refute all the allegations mentioned in HRW’s report on Sinai.
Human Rights Watch issued a report on Egypt regarding the situation in Sinai. When experts analyzed the report and examined every point in it separately, they deemed it unreasonable and unfounded.
Iraq and the Kurdish regional government have charged hundreds of children with terrorism for alleged affiliation with the Daesh group, often using torture to coerce confessions/
Officials in Tunisia have been “dragging their feet” on efforts to repatriate Tunisian children of IS group members from camps in Syria, Iraq and Libya, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.
Four policemen were arrested over torturing a suspect in custody, causing his death inside the police station of Hadaeq El Qobba district.
Egyptian Military spokesperson, Tamer Refaei slammed and denounced Human rights watch (HRW) latest report issued Tuesday, May 22, titled: “Egypt: Army Intensifies Sinai Home Demolitions”.
The Israeli Interior Ministry on Tuesday said it had ordered the representative of HRW in Tel Aviv to leave within 14 days.
North Sinai's governor Abdel Fatah Harhoor said that the Armed forces is in a continuous coordination with the government to secure food products.