الأعزاء: وصلتني هذه الرسائل من أصدقاء وزملاء سودانيين حول ترحيل مزمع للاجئين سودانيين (غالبهم من دارفور) عن مصر.الأمر يتعلق ب١٧ لاجئا اعتقل غالبهم منذ منتصف يناير الماضي.
(لاخر المنشور عن قضية اللاجئين السودانين في مصر ، طالع هذا الرابط)
الأخوه الاعزاء لنفعل شيئاً من أجل هؤلاءعلما ان الأمن المصرى بصدد ترحيل المعتقلين من ابناء دارفور خلال الأيام القليله المقبلة التى يتزامن مع عيد الفطر المبارك.مع العلم أن منظمة “دمنقا للحرية والديمقراطية والائتلاف” ستنظم مسيرة احتجاج سلمية خلال هذا الاسبوع بواشطن لهذا الغرض وسيتم جمع التوقيعات لتسليم الخطاب أدناه لكل من الرئيس المصري, ممثل الامم المتحدة بان كي مون, السفارة المصرية فى امريكا وجهات اخرى معنية او ذات صلة.ونسأل الله التوفيق. أيوب يحي باحث وناشط حقوقى
As you might know, we have extended the deadline of signatures through the weekend. Monday we send the letter. Please feel free to send us your name if you would like to sign by this Sunday 8/29.
We look forward to see you on Monday at the Egyptian Embassy to deliver the letter and Rally at the Kenyan Embassy against Al-bashir visit to Kenya.
Thank you for your outstanding support. We will send you the final copy on Monday Morning.
Thank you very much for all those signed their names and organizations. Your commitment to our cause is highly appreciated.
وهذه صيغة يمكن ارسالها للجهات ادناه من البريد الاليكتروني لكل منا
Egyptian Authorities Deporting Darfuris Back to Sudan
To his Excellency, President of Egypt, Mohamed Hosni MubarakTo his Excellency, Ambassador of Egypt in the United States of AmericaTo his Excellency, Mr. Ban Ki Moon, the Secretary General of the United NationsTo her Excellency, Dr. Susan Rice, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Egyptian and international leaders,
We, the undersigned, are American human rights activists, Darfuris, and Sudanese who are deeply concerned about the horrifying news from Egypt about Darfuri refugees and Sudanese being arbitrarily arrested and harassed. We have received news that such Darfuri refugees and Sudanese are being arrested by Egyptian authorities and are kept in different jails around Egypt for more than 8 months without any clear reason.
We are also deeply disturbed by the daily harassment, intimidation, arbitrary detention, and even torture of these refugees who came to your country fleeing the war in Darfur and the brutality of the Sudanese government and the NCP.
We are saddened to hear about refugees who have also been attacked and even killed without mercy by the Egyptian army and police. There is a sad history of such brutality in Egypt. Dozens of innocent Sudanese refugees were shot and beaten to death, while demonstrating peacefully in front of the United Nations Office in Cairo, in December 2005. Most of those refugees were innocent children and women. This same history is repeating now on a daily basis against those walking through the “Sinai desert” trying to cross the Egypt – Israeli borders, looking for a safe haven that they lacked in Sudan and even in Egypt that supposedly, treats such refugees with dignity and respect.
We again today are sincerely, asking the Egyptian authorities to immediately, release all those Darfur refugees and Sudanese arrested and imprisoned around the country from “Torah,” “Kanatir,” “Altakhshiba,” “Aljeza,” and the other notorious prisons.
It has been brought to our attention by the families of those detained that the imprisoned individuals are held without any access to justice or even a visit by their relatives and friends. In addition, we have also been advised that almost hundreds of them are kept at unknown security houses and beaten and tortured.
The death of the following Darfuris has not and will not be forgotten and we ask the Egyptian Government to provide full cooperation with the United Nations for extensive investigation to bring all those responsible to justice. It is not coincident that all these victims have been Darfuris and have been crushed by cars inside Egypt:
1- Mr. Adam Abdul hamid Mengo, Darfuri in his 30’s and married, was crushed by a car in front of his home at Ain shams district in Cairo and died in the hospital this last Friday August, 20, 2010.
2- Haj Ishag, Darfuri in his middle age, who was tortured and killed in the beginning of year 2010.
3- Mr. Abder haman Arabe, a young Darfuri also crushed by a car at midday in downtown Cairo last June 2010. He broke his legs and one arm, and was left disabled at “Al-ajuza hospital” near by Cairo.
4-Mr. Suleiman Adam Ortaib, 70 years old Darfuri and “Al-Azhar University” graduate student, was crushed by a car at “Abbasia district” in Cairo in 2009, where he later died in the hospital.
5- Mr.Gumaa Ali Adam, a young Darfuri, was crushed by a car on October 6, on the outskirts of Cairo in 2009.
All these drivers and killers are left to go free of charges and the incidents reported against unknown by Egyptian police authorities. We ask you to bring those responsible to justice.
We implore you to release those individuals, who were sent by Egyptian authorities to the final detention at south Egypt’s “Takhshiba” and through “Al-mugamaa,” scheduled to be deported to Sudan within this week.
We urge you to immediately, reconsider their right to free and fair legal treatment, medical treatment, and their rights to see their families and live free as refugees without further restrictions or intimidation.
The following names are at risk of being deported this week. If they are deported to Khartoum, they will face a death penalty according to Sudanese law that considers them as opposers and will accuse them of crossing borders to Israel which is sufficient for the Sudanese government to execute them.
Please stop deporting the following names and release them immediately:
1- Mr. Abul-gasim Ibrahim El-haj
2- Mr- Faisal Mohamed Haroun
3- Mr. Adam Yahia Abdalla, Nickname is: “Howli”
4- Unknown name
Surely, those of us who stand by international human rights for all people must implore action from Egyptian and international authorities to show mercy towards those in Egypt fleeing genocide in Sudan and Darfur. Is there no place on our shared Earth where human mercy and dignity can be shown to those fleeing genocide who is then arbitrarily arrested and worse in other lands? We are one human race dependent on such shared trust, mercy, and dignity for one another.
Thank you very much for your attention to this very urgent matter.
Mohamed A. Yahya
Founder/ Executive DirectorDamanga Coalition for Freedom and Democracy,Telephone/Fax-703-310-4424Direct Telephone: 434-409-9638E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.damanga.org