Women's rights activists and pro-change protesters in Egypt have rallied to condemn a serious sexual assault on an American news reporter, Lara Logan, which took place in Cairo's Tahrir Square in the moments following Hosni Mubarak's resignation last Friday. "Lara Logan … and her team and their security were surrounded by a dangerous element amidst the celebration," Logan's employers, CBSnews, said in a brief statement. "It was a mob of more than 200 people whipped into frenzy. "In the crush of the mob, she was separated from her crew. She was surrounded and suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating before being saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 Egyptian soldiers."

انطلاقًا من مشاركتنا فى صفوف الثورة الشعبية المصرية التي فجرها شباب مصر في الخامس والعشرين من يناير 2011، واستلهامًا لروحها الوثابة الساعية لبناء مصر كدولة

تلقت منظمات حقوق الانسان ، ببالغ القلق لتشكيل لجنة إعداد مواد الاعلان الدستورى .والتى تتكون من 10 أشخاص وتضم في عضويتها كل من السادة :
المستشار طارق البشرى النائب الأول لرئيس مجلس الدولة السابق .
أ.د عاطف البنا استاذ القانون الدستورى بكلية الحقوق جامعة القاهرة
أ.صالح صبحى عضو مجلس الشعب السابق عن الاخوان المسلمين
المستشار حاتم بجاتو رئيس هيئة مفوضى المحكمة الدستورسة الحالى ومساعد وزير العدل السابق
أ. حسين بدراوى مساعد وزير العدل لادارة التشريع بوزير العدل
أ. محمد الشناوى مستشار للعديد من التشريعات في النظام السابق
أ. حسنين عبد العال أحد أهم المساعدين الرئيسيين لرئيس مجلس الشعب السابق

The lack of women on a committee charged with amending Egypt's constitution for elections post-Mubarak casts doubt over whether the country can develop into a true democracy, a group of activists said on Wednesday. The group of over 60 non-governmental organisation and activists said the committee, which is presided over by a respected retired judge known for his independence, had begun work on Wednesday by "marginalising female legal experts".

 يهنئ ملتقى المنظمات المستقلة لحقوق الإنسان الشعب المصري على نجاح ثورته في الإطاحة بالديكتاتور حسني مبارك، الذي أهدر كرامة وإنسانية المصريين لثلاثة عقود. ويحيي بشكل خاص شهداء الثورة، والجيل الشاب الذي أشعل شرارة الانتفاضة وأبدع في تنظيمها، وكافح ببسالة من أجل تحقيق هدفها الأول بالإطاحة بالديكتاتور، بقيادة ائتلاف الحركة الشبابية.

Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president, has resigned from his post, handing over power to the armed forces. Omar Suleiman, the vice-president, announced in a televised address that the president was "waiving" his office, and had handed over authority to the Supreme Council of the armed forces. Suleiman's short statement was received with a roar of approval and by celebratory chanting and flag-waving from a crowd of hundreds of thousands in Cairo's Tahrir Square, as well by pro-democracy campaigners who attended protests across the country on Friday.

Cette semaine, Marianne laisse carte blanche à Fatma Bouvet de la Maisonneuve*, médecin psychiatre franco-tunisienne. Pour elle, il n'est pas question de revenir sur l’égalité de tous les citoyens. Et, avec la révolution tunisienne, il est temps de réclamer une séparation constitutionnelle de la religion et de l’Etat. 

Military police arrested at least 37 human rights defenders and activists since January 31 and held them from periods ranging from 12 to 48 hours. On the afternoon of February 3, military police, accompanied by a uniformed policeman and plainclothes security officers, raided the Hisham Mubarak Law Center (HMLC), a human rights organization, and arrested 28 Egyptian and international human rights researchers, lawyers, and journalists. The HMLC also houses the FDP, which provides legal support to arrested protesters and document the violations against them. The coalition set up emergency telephone numbers ahead of the planned January 25 demonstration so that they could dispatch lawyers when people called in to report that they had been arrested. The HMLC premises were also used for meetings by the April 6 Youth Movement. Update to Egypt: Amnesty staff released but Egyptian activists still detained

This is a homage to all those women out there fighting on the streets of Egypt, to those whose voices and faces were hidden from the public eye during the first days of the revolution! The album by now has traveled the world back and forth via online social networks, blogs and websites. First and foremost the credit for this album goes to the courageous people of Egypt who are teaching us that freedom is taken and not given. See url link below

Pourquoi les musulmans ne peuvent-ils développer d'autres formes de protestation pour défendre l'honneur d'Aïcha [épouse du Prophète, elle est considérée comme la "Mère des croyants" par les sunnites, mais honnie par les chiites en raison de son attitude hostile à Ali, le quatrième calife, considéré comme le père du chiisme] ? La défense d'Aïcha justifie-t-elle vraiment l'explosion de tensions confessionnelles qui en est découlée au Koweït et ailleurs ? Au lieu de préparer le terrain pour des agressions et attentats entre sunnites et chiites dans certains pays de la région, on aurait pu se saisir de l'occasion pour attirer l'attention sur le sort des Aïcha contemporaines. Ainsi, l'Aïcha afghane, dont le magazine Time a fait sa fameuse une et à laquelle sa famille a coupé le nez. Dans ce même pays, les talibans mènent une guerre sans merci contre l'enseignement des filles : ils ont détruit, selon différents rapports, des dizaines d'écoles et ont menacé les familles qui continuaient de vouloir donner une éducation scolaire à leurs filles.

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