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Category Archive: Press Release

Press release:Demand for the release of prisoner of conscious Dr Mohammed Al-Roken

***ARABIC TEXT BELOW ***البيان باللغة العربية متوفر في الأسفل Dr Mohammed Al-Roken is considered a prisoner of conscience who has been imprisoned merely for calling for political reform and defending the rights of others in the context of his work as a lawyer and human rights activist.  Emirati human rights lawyer Dr Mohammed Al-Roken is …

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Press release: Osama Al-Najjar’s unjust trial continues

***ARABIC TEXT BELOW ***البيان باللغة العربية متوفر في الأسفل The unjust trial of Emirati human rights defender Osama Hussain Al-Najjar, a 25-year-old engineer from Ajman, continues. He is due to appear before the Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi for third hearing date on November 25, 2014 on charges including “belonging to the Al-Islah organisation, …

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Press Release: Obaid Yousif Al-Zaabi remains detained despite acquittal

***ARABIC TEXT BELOW ***البيان باللغة العربية متوفر في الأسفل Emirati human rights activist Obaid Yousif Al-Zaabi remains detained in the prisoners’ ward of Sheikh Khalifa Medical City Hospital in Abu Dhabi as he suffers from advanced arthritis and rheumatism and has difficulty walking, despite the fact that he has been acquitted of all charges made …

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Emirati arrested for Twitter comments tortured at secret state security prison in the UAE

An Emirati in jail for using Twitter to criticise the ruler of Sharjah says he has been tortured by state security officers at a secret prison in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Osama Hussain Al-Najjar, a 25-year-old engineer from Ajman, was arrested on March 17th and held at a secret prison for four days by …

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1 April 2014   Ibrahim Hassan is a severely disabled teenager. He was born in the Netherlands and is a Dutch citizen. He has been lawfully residing in Birmingham for 12 years since he arrived in the UK with his family at the age of five and attended Harborne Hill school and Holte school. Ibrahim …

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United Nations calls on UAE authorities to release political prisoners

The United Nations (UN) Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) has condemned the imprisonment of political dissidents in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and called for their immediate release.   Following submissions by the Geneva-based Alkarama Foundation the WGAD concluded that defendants in the “UAE 94” trial were arrested as a result of exercising their right …

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Emirati arrested by UAE security services for Twitter comments

An Emirati man has been arrested and is being detained at an unknown location by state security services, after making comments on social media in support of political prisoners in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).   Osama al-Najjar is a 25-year-old architectural engineer from Ajman and has used Twitter to demonstrate support for his father, …

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Emirati victim of enforced disappearance seen in state security prison

An Emirati victim of enforced disappearance has been seen for the first time since his arrest nearly a year ago, raising fears that he has been tortured.   Jamal al-Hammadi is a 47-year-old teacher of Islamic education from Khor Fakkan in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and has not been heard from since his arrest …

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Emiratis jailed for “insulting” state security on Twitter

Two Emirati men have been convicted of criticising state security investigations on Twitter, sentenced to serve 5 years in prison and given a 500,000 AED (£81,875) fine in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).   Khalifa Rabeiah, a 35-year-old businessman from Fujairah, and Othman al-Shehhi, a 40-year-old Etisalat engineer from Ras al-Khaimah, were convicted on Monday …

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Emiratis denounce arrests of activists and renew calls for democracy

A group of Emirati intellectuals have issued a statement denouncing the detention and torture of political activists, while calling for democratic reforms to allow citizens the right to political participation.   The statement has been issued to commemorate the third anniversary of a petition that was sent to the country’s rulers in March 2011, which …

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