عاجل، مخاوف من اساءة المعاملة والتعرض للتعذيب – تاج الدين عرجة

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Published on: January 21, 2014

مطلوب تحرك عاجل: أطلقوا سراح تاج الدين عرجة، 21 ديسمبر 2014
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العمر: 26

المهنة: طالب.

الانتماء: ناشط حقوقي ومدون مستقل

تاريخ الاعتقال: الثلاثاء 24/12/2013

مكان الاعتقال: قاعة المؤتمرات، قاعة الصداقة -الخرطوم (more…)

Urgent Action: Tajeldeen Arja

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Urgent Action: Taj Eldeen Arja, January 21, 2014 – PDF

 

Age: 26

Occupation: Student.

Date of Arrest: Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Where was he arrested: Friendship Hall, Khartoum – Sudan.

Affiliation: Independent activist and blogger. (more…)

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Invitation

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The Arrests of the National Consensus Force Representatives

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Throughout the previous days, the Sudanese authorities had launched an arrest campaign directed towards the representatives of the National Consensus Force delegation. They were arrested upon their return to Khartoum from Kampala, whereas they signed the New Dawn Charter, along with entities of the armed opposition- this document aims to coordinate the efforts of the Sudanese opposition to overthrow the Khartoum regime by various means-. All of the following were arrested as they returned to Sudan:

  Name: Mohamed Zein Al-Aabdeen

Age: 65

Marital Status: Married and father

Occupation: Professor at Al-ZayemAzhari University

Affiliation/Party: Democratic Unionist Party (DUP)

Date of Arrest: January/7/2013

Place of Detention:  from Khartoum International Airport upon arrival from Kampala, he was then taken to an unknown destination.

 

 

Name:Hisham Ibrahim Mufti.

Age: 50.

Occupation: Architect.

Marital Status: Married and father of four.

Affiliation/Party: United Democratic Unionist Party.

Date of Arrest: January/8/2013

Place of Detention:  From his home in Al-Mamora; he was taken to an unknown destination.

  Name: Intsar Ahmed Al-Agly

Age: 53

Marital Status:

Occupation:

Affiliation/Party: Democratic Nasserist Unionist Party/Alliance of Women Politicians

Date of Arrest: January/7/2013

Place of Detention:

  Name: Dr. Abdelrahim Abduallah.

Age: 64

Marital Status: Married and father.

Occupation: Pharmacist

Affiliation/Party: Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).

Date of Arrest:

Place of Detention: From Khartoum International Airport after arriving from Kampala; he was then taken to an unknown destination.

  Name: Dr. Jamal Idris

Age:

Marital Status:

Affiliation/Party: President of the Democratic Nasserist Unionist Party.

Date of Arrest: January/7/2013

Place of Detention:       

  Name: Abdalaziz Khalid

Age: 68

Marital Status:

Affiliation/Party: Chairman of the Executive Office of the Sudanese National Alliance

Date of Arrest: January/14/2013

Place of Detention: Detained from his home

The Sudan Human Rights Network demands the Sudanese authorities to immediately release the detainees or bring them before fair trials. The Network calls upon you to send faxes or emails, whether in English, Arabic or any language to:

  • - Urge the Sudanese authorities to release all detainees immediately and unconditionally.
  • - Express great concern regarding the persistent abuses/violations of human rights, and the Sudanese authorities refraining from officially committing to international norms, conventions and treaties.
  • - Request official assurances on the health and wellbeing of detainees under the   appropriate humanitarian conditions; and to grant visitations to their lawyers and families. 
  • - Require international and regional organizations to instantly intervene and appeal to the government of Sudan to stop the abuses against its citizens.

Sudan Human Rights Network (SHRN)          

     Washington D.C   24January2013

SHRN Urgent Action 24Jan2013

                 

السلطات السودانية تعتقل ممثلي احزاب قوي الاجماع الوطني عقب التوقيع على وثيقة الفجر الجديد

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Published on: January 24, 2013

بيــان عاجــل

شنت السلطات السودانية حملة اعتقالات في الأيام الماضية طالت ممثلي وفد قوي الاجماع الوطني العائدين للخرطوم بعد توقيعهم لميثاق الفجر الجديد مع الحركات المسلحة الممثلة في الجبهة الثورية بالعاصمة (كمبالا) و هي وثيقة لتنسيق عمل المعارضة السودانية لاسقاط نظام الخرطوم بشتي الوسائل وهم:

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الاسم: هشام إبراهيم المفتي

العمر: 50 سنة

المهنة: مهندس معماري

الحالة الاجتماعية: متزوج و اب لأربعة أطفال

الانتماء: عضو القيادة الجماعية للحزب الاتحادي الموحد

تاريخ الأعتقال: 8 يناير 2013

مكان الاعتقال: من المنزل في المعمورة و تم إقتياده لجهة غير معلومة

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الإسم: بروفيسور/محمد زين العابدين

العمر: 65 سنة

الحالة الاجتماعية: متزوج و اب

المهنة: أستاذ جامعي في جامعة الزعيم الأزهري

الانتماء: الحزب الاتحادي الديمقراطي

تاريخ الأعتقال: 7 يناير 2013

مكان الاعتقال:من مطار الخرطوم عقب وصوله من كمبالا، و تم إقتياده لجهة غير معلومة

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الاسم: إنتصار أحمد العقلي

الحالة الاجتماعية:

الانتماء:رئيسة التجمع النسوي وعضو الهيئة العامة لقوى الاجماع الوطني

تاريخ الأعتقال: 10 يناير 2013

مكان الاعتقال:غير معلوم

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الاسم: د. عبدالرحيم عبدالله

الانتماء: الامين العام للحزب الاتحادي الهيئة العامة

تاريخ الأعتقال: 10 يناير 2013

مكان الاعتقال: من مطار الخرطوم عقب وصوله من كمبالا، و تم إقتياده لجهة غير معلومة

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الاسم: د. جمال إدريس

الانتماء: رئيس الحزب الوحدوي الناصري

تاريخ الأعتقال: 10 يناير 2013

مكان الاعتقال: تم إقتياده لجهة غير معلومة

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الاسم: عبد العزيز خالد

المهنة: ضابط بالمعاش

الحالة الاجتماعية:

الانتماء: رئيس المكتب التنفيذي للتحالف الوطني السوداني

تاريخ الأعتقال: الاثنين 14 يناير 2013 الساعة التاسعة مساء

مكان الاعتقال: تم اعتقاله من منزله

الشبكة السودانية لحقوق الانسان تطالب السلطات السودانية بالإفراج الفوري عن المعتقلين/ات او تقديمهم/ن لمحاكمات عادلة في حال ثبوت اي اتهامات بحقهم/ن وتهيب بكم ارسال فاكسات أو رسائل عبر البريد الالكتروني، سواء باللغة العربيةأو الإنكليزية أوباللغةالخاصة بك لـ:

•حث السلطات السودانية على الإفراج الفوري وغير المشروط  عن المعتقلين/ات

• الاعراب عن القلق إزاء استمرار الانتهاكات المتواصلة في مجال حقوق الانسان والاعراض عن الإلتزام الرسمي  بالاعراف والمواثيق والمعاهدات الدولية .

• المطالبة بتأكيدات رسمية عن الحالة الصحية والوضع الإنساني اللائق للمعتقلين/ات والسماح لأسرهم/ن ومحاميهم بزيارتهم/ن

• مطالبة المنظمات الدولية والاقليمية بالتدخل العاجل لمناشدة الحكومة السودانية وقف الانتهاكات بحق مواطنيها.

الشبكة السودانية لحقوق الإنسان  

   واشنطن 24 يناير 2013.

SHRN Urgent Action 24Jan2013 Arabic

Human Rights Education

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Published on: January 23, 2013

The 2013 manual on human rights educationفهم حقوق الإنسان  Understanding Human Rights by the European Training and Research Center for Human Rights and Democracy (ETC).

The Government of Sudan Targets Sudanese civil society organizations

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Published on: January 9, 2013

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  During the past few weeks, the Sudanese government had launched an aggressive campaign that targeted various non-governmental centers and civil society organizations; by means of enforced closure, suspension, and/or the expropriation of property/belongings. This was executed without any legal justification and in apparent and explicit violation of the rights and freedoms guaranteed consented by all international charters and conventions related to human rights. These rights and freedoms are also declared in the 2005 Interim National Constitution of the Republic of the Sudan.

 This contentious campaign had started off by the suspension, prohibition, and arrests of six staff members working for Arry for Human Rights-an organization that works to document human rights abuses, specifically in Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile-.  Four staff workers were detained on December/18/2012, after thorough search of their homes, and threats to their families. The organization’s executives were informed that the ban was issued for receiving foreign funding, conspiring against the interest of the state, and tainting its image to the outside world.

 Moreover, on December/24/2012 the government of Sudan suspended the activity and works of the Sudanese Studies Centre (SSC) for one year; deprived of any legal grounds or justification for allegedly threatening national security and obtaining foreign funds. Subsequently, SCC’s executive director, Mr. Abdallah Abu Al-Reesh was later arrested.

 Followed by a decision to revoke the registration of Al Khatim Adlan Center for Enlightenment and Human Development (KACE), and withdraw its name from the public record of all licensed non-profit organizations operating in Sudan. On December/26/2012(KACE) was closed, along the appropriation of its assets, including the personal belongings of staff workers, without display of any prior accusations or charges.

 The Sudan Human Rights Network condemns the vicious attacks and harassment by the government of Sudan on civil society organization and non-governmental centers. SHRN also demands the Sudanese government to cease the pursuit of such campaigns immediately upon impartial consideration of all civil liberties; particularly with regard to freedom of opinion and expression, the right to assemble and freedom of association.

 On the parallel, the Sudan Human Rights Network expresses great concern about the perpetual undemocraticpractices and the deprivation/abusesof human rights and civil liberties in Sudan; along with the continuous systematic targeting/harassment against activists and their affiliated civil society organizations.  Such campaigns and violations undermine the efforts of civil society organizations, suppress personal/civil freedoms, and obstruct processes of development and enlightenment.

 The Network demands of the government of Sudan, to commit to guarantee and safeguard human rights and civil liberties, and to assure the safe environment to exercise such freedoms within an adequate level of transparency.

 

Sudan Human Rights Network

Washington D.C

January 9, 2013

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الحكومة السودانية تستهدف المراكز والمنظمات غير الحكومية في السودان

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Published on: January 9, 2013

بيــان صحفــي 

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شنت الحكومة السودانية خلال الاسبوعين الماضيين حملة استهدفت عددا من المراكز ومنظمات المجتمع المدني بالإغلاق أو بالتجميد ومصادرة الممتلكات بدون أي مبررات قانونية وفي انتهاك واضح وصريح للحقوق والحريات والتي تكفلها كافة المواثيق والعهود الدولية الخاصة بحقوق الانسان ويكفلها الدستور الانتقالي للسودان للعام2005.

 بدأت هذه الحملة الشرسه بوقف نشاط وحظر وإعتقال 6 موظفين من العاملين بمنظمة ارري لحقوق الإنسان والتي تعمل على توثيق الانتهاكات وبخاصة في منطقتي جبال النوبة والنيل الازرق وذلك يوم 18 ديسمبر 2012 بعد تفتيش منازل المعتقلين الاربعة وتهديد اسرهم ، وقد اخطر القائمون على امر المنظمة بأن قرار الحظر سببه تلقي تمويلات اجنبية والعمل ضد مصلحة الدولة وتشويه صورتها في الخارج .

 كما تم تجميد أنشطة مركز الدراسات السودانية لمدة عام في 24 ديسمبر 2012 دون سند أو مبرر قانوني بدعوي تهديد الأمن القومي وتلقي تمويلات أجنبية؛ وتم لاحقاً إعتقال مديره التنفيذي الاستاذ/عبد الله أبوالريش.

  أعقب ذلك قرار بإلغاء تسجيل مركز الخاتم عدلان للاستنارة والتنمية البشرية وشطبه من السجل العام للمنظمات الطوعية المرخص لها بالعمل في السودان في 26 ديسمبر 2012 ومصادرة أصوله بما في ذلك المتعلقات الشخصية للعاملين بالمركز دون ابداء اي اتهامات او انذار مسبق.

 الشبكة السودانية لحقوق الإنسان تدين هذه الهجمة الشرسة على منظمات المجتمع المدني السودانية وتندد بالتنكيل بالمراكز والمنظمات غير الحكومية وتطالب الحكومة السودانية بوقف هذه الحملات فورا ومراعاة الحقوق والحريات العامة خاصة ما يتعلق بحرية الرأي والتعبير والحق في التجمع السلمي وحرية التنظيم وتكوين الجمعيات.

من ناحية أخرى تعرب الشبكة السودانية لحقوق الإنسان عن قلقها تجاه استمرار الممارسات غير الديمقراطية ومصادرة الحقوق والحريات في السودان واستمرار الإستهداف المنظم ضد الناشطين والناشطات ومنظماتهم المدنية والذي نتج عنه تقويض عمل المجتمع المدني وكبت الحريات وعرقلة عملية التنمية والتنوير في المجتمع.

  وتطالب الشبكة السودانية لحقوق الإنسان؛الحكومة السودانية الالتزام بضمان ورعاية حقوق الانسان وإتاحة مساحة لممارسة الحريات والعمل في إطار جو من الشفافية.

 الشبكة السودانية لحقوق الإنسان

واشنطـن   

9 يناير 2013

بيــان صحفــي 9 يناير 2013

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Urgent Statement: A Campaign of Mass Arrests, Torture and Confiscation of Belongings/ Property Dilling / Kadugli;

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The Sudanese Human Rights Network had received perturbing news about a campaign of mass arrests amongst citizens in Dilling- South Kordofan; the arrests are schemed and executed by the NISS forces and military intelligence. This cruel campaign, which has been active since November 18, 2012 until the writing of this statement, has detained 60 people from the city of Dilling and its neighboring villages. The campaign’s agenda surpasses just imprisonment; it implements expropriation of the possessions and savings belonging to detainees.

The Network expresses grave concern about the conditions of detainees in detention centers, particularly the elderly (older than 60).  One case is that of Mr. AbdulRahman’s, whom was arrested from his home, a man in his seventies and the father of Mubark, a member of the SPLM/ Northern Sector. Mr. AbdulRahman, a seasonal worker with no political affiliation, suffers from chronic diseases that endanger his life, as he has been ill with kidney failure.

The Sudanese Human Rights Network is increasingly troubled by the deteriorating situation and dire humanitarian condition of detainees. The Network has confirmed reports and cases of brutal torture to both women and men detainees. The NISS and military intelligence have placed detainees in very small cells in the main buildings of the Military Intelligence in Kadugli. The cells are narrow are poorly ventilated, in which many of the detainees have been imprisoned, and the last group of them is reported to had been deported there in November/22/2012.

The Network has obtained a list of 29 detainees (women and men) all of them are from the Nuba tribe. The list is not complete, and as the formulation of this statement, we are still working to secure a list of all the names of detainees.

The following is the list of the names we have obtained plus the age of each detainee.

 No Name Age Sex
1 Abdellatif Ahmed abasha 38 Male
2 Malik Hassan 40 Male
3 Ahmed M . Tutu 45 Male
4 Soliman Jamel 56 Male
5 Sitanah Eisa 50 Female
6 Shaieb Hamad Dedan 65 Male
7 Juam Bador 43 Male
8 Nomman Dafalla 33 Male
9 Hamdan Saeed shalo 51 Male
10 Abdalla Soliman 54 Male
11 Abdelrhman Ahmed adam 70 Male
12 Said alamin 42 Male
13 Halima Warcheri 44 Female
14 Manal Shawern 22 Female
15 Ali Monch Partola 72 Male
16 Abdelmajeed Ali Hamad 35 Male
17 Mohamed Ahemed Abasha 39 New
18 Ajabna Hamad 58 Male
19 Ahmed Hamad Ibrahim 37 Male
20 Tutu Mohammed Tutu 50 Male
21 Guda Almain 59 Male
22 Hawa GaberAldar 45 Female
23 Mahi Algadi Asosah 40 Male
24 Musa Omda 51 Male
25 Ahmed Osman Eidsa 42 Male
26 Almak- Alnemir Abdalla 85 Male – Chief of Community Leaders
27 Kuku bador 63 Male
28 Habila Doraldeb 80 Male
29 Alzain Habila 44 Male

The Sudan Human Rights Network has received confirmed reports, that the authorities (NISS and the military intelligence) have declined to allow 34 women detainees to contact their lawyers or families since they have been imprisoned in November /7/2012. To date, there has not been more information available to the Network on their conditions in the detention center.

The Network is deeply concerned about the continued arrests, torture and inhumane treatment of the detainees; particularly the denial/absence of the detainees’ rights to a fair and impartial trial. Also, for that no legitimate, explicit, clear or legal charges have been brought against the detainees.

We encourage you to communicate this information via email or faxes, in English, Arabic or your own language, to address the following:

·         Urge the Sudanese authorities to release all detainees immediately and unconditionally.

·         Express concerns about the persistence of continuing violations of human rights and the retraction of official commitment to the norms of international conventions and treaties.

·         Request for official assurance on the health conditions of detainees, and that decent humanitarian treatment/situation is present. Also, to allow the detainees’ lawyers and families to visit them.

·         Require international and regional organizations to immediately intervene and appeal to the Sudanese government to stop the abuses against its citizens.

Sudan Human Rights Network,

December/5/2012

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