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Sudan: Submission of UN UPR to the Eleventh Session of the Human Rights Council

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In this submission the Islamic Human Rights Commission raises concern in relation to atrocities the people of Sudan have long been facing.[photo: Sudanese flag, myplayerschoice.com]

Bahrain: Open Letter to UN Special Rapporteur on situation of HR defenders

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A week after the arrest of Dr Abduljalil Al-Singace, the Chairman of the Human Rights Committee of the Haq Movement in Bahrain, and in view of the subsequent crackdown of protests against the arrest in the country, the Islamic Human Rights Commission has appealed to Mrs. Margaret Sekaggya, UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, to take up the case. The full text of the open letter is given below.

Egypt: Oral Statement on the opening of the Rafah crossing, by the Egyptian authorities

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The Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) welcomes the recent opening of the Refah crossing by the Egyptian authorities.[photo: ccas.georgetown.edu]

Iran: Oral statement on the closure, by the Iranian government, of the Kahrizak detention centre

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The Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) welcomes the closure, by the Iranian government, of the Kahrizak detention centre.

Iraq: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review 01 September 2009

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The human right framework in Iraq is undermined not only by weak adherence to international human rights obligations but also Iraq’s criminal justice process fails to meet the most basic standards of fairness and prisoners’ rights.

China: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review 01 September 2008

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In this submission the Islamic Human Rights Commission raises concern in relation to the right to freedom of expression and freedom of religion in China.

Oral intervention: Human rights situation in Palestine and other occupied Arab territories-General Debate

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Israel and its leadership have a kind of super impunity that they enjoy which allows them to violate all international standards and laws which they wish to violate.

Afghanistan: Oral statement on the outcome of Afghanistan under the UPR

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Approximately 630 Afghans and other foreign nationals including 9 juveniles are imprisoned without charge by the US government at the Bargram prison which clearly shows that US military airbase in Afghanistan is outside the protection of international human rights law.

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