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23-12-2005, 07:09 PM

قاسم المهداوى
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تاريخ التسجيل: 26-11-2004
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المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين

    Quote: بالامس زار وفد المؤسسه الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضه التعذيب ,اللاجئين السودانيين
    المعتصمين بحديقه البؤساء , وقد التقى وفد المؤسسه بممثلى كل من ,اللجنه الطبيه
    والاجتماعيه والاعلاميه.

    اكدرئيس المؤسسه وثمن على المطالب العادله للاجئين
    اتفق رئيس المؤسسه واعضاء اللجان على ضروره الاهتمام بالشق الاعلامى حتى يتثنى للمنظمات الدوليه ذات الصله للقيام بدورها تجاه هذه القضيه الانسانيه
    على جانب اخر المؤسسه ستسعى بكل طاقتها لايصال هذه القضيه لاعلى سلصه(كوفى انان)
    ومتابعتها, مضاف الى ذلك دورها فى مجال مناهضه التعذيب ,الفساد الادارى بمكتب الunchr
    حالات الوفيات ,وكل ما يتعلق بهذه القضيه الانسانيه.

    يتواصل اللقاء والى لقاء

    (عدل بواسطة قاسم المهداوى on 23-12-2005, 07:12 PM)

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23-12-2005, 07:11 PM

قاسم المهداوى
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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)

    American African Foundation Against Torture

    PO Box 813

    Schenectady NY 12301 USA

    Telephone: (51 347-3646

    Email:[email protected]

    Web: www.aafat.tripod.com

    President: Zainelabdin E Osman

    December 15, 2005

    United Nations - Geneva

    Palais des Nations

    1211 Geneva 10

    Switzerland

    Most Honorable Sir/Madam:

    This is an urgent plea for your help with the crisis at the UNHCR in Cairo, Egypt. At this time there are over 4,000 desperate Sudanese men, women and children quietly camped out in front of the UNHCR waiting for humanitarian assistance. These are gentle, kind people who have fled their oppressive and violent government. The Sudanese entered Egypt with the hope and promise of protection, security and a future free of terror and harassment.

    Since their peaceful protest began 77 days ago, on September 25, 2005, eight people have died including a 4 year old boy by the name of Kwal Deng who died just this past weekend from exposure while lying in his mother’s arms. The only protection from the elements these people have are the few sheets and blankets some may have brought with them. Their food and water supplies have been depleted. Their spirits are painfully diminished. There is no medical attention. Tuberculosis is becoming a common disease. The education their children are receiving is a mere existence. Their home is now the hectic city streets of Cairo. The security they had been promised is compromised by both the Sudanese Embassy and Egyptian Security Forces. The harassment and humiliation the refugees must endure is constant.

    Safe passage into a third country that will allow the basic human rights we all deserve is the basic request of the refugees. They can not leave Cairo to return to Sudan. This is not a choice they can make. To return to Sudan is certain death. To stay in Cairo no better. Their hopes are lying with the world community to come to their aid.

    Please help these people. Please insist the world community negotiate with the Egyptian government and provide safe passage for the refugees into a third country. Open the closed refugee files, allow for new applicants to be processed , provide necessary medical assistance for the sick, the small and the elderly. Reassure the refugees that they will not be forced to reenter the country they fled out of terror. Your help is desperately needed.

    Sincerely,

    Zainelabdin E. Osman
    President
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23-12-2005, 07:18 PM

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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)

    American African Foundation Against Torture

    PO Box 813

    Schenectady NY 12301 USA

    Telephone: (51 347-3646

    Email:[email protected]

    Web: www.aafat.tripod.com

    President: Zainelabdin E Osman

    December 15, 2005

    Honorable Olara A Otunnu

    Under Secretary General

    Office of the Secretary General for Children in Armed Conflict

    Room S 3161

    United Nations Way

    New York NY 10017

    Most Honorable Olara Otunnu:

    This is an urgent plea for your help with the crisis at the UNHCR in Cairo, Egypt. At this time there are over 4,000 desperate Sudanese men, women and children quietly camped out in front of the UNHCR waiting for humanitarian assistance. These are gentle, kind people who have fled their oppressive and violent government. The Sudanese entered Egypt with the hope and promise of protection, security and a future free of terror and harassment.

    Since their peaceful protest began 77 days ago, on September 25, 2005, eight people have died including a 4 year old boy by the name of Kwal Deng who died just this past weekend from exposure while lying in his mother’s arms. The only protection from the elements these people have are the few sheets and blankets some may have brought with them. Their food and water supplies have been depleted. Their spirits are painfully diminished. There is no medical attention. Tuberculosis is becoming a common disease. The education their children are receiving is a mere existence. Their home is now the hectic city streets of Cairo. The security they had been promised is compromised by both the Sudanese Embassy and Egyptian Security Forces. The harassment and humiliation the refugees must endure is constant.

    Safe passage into a third country that will allow the basic human rights we all deserve is the basic request of the refugees. They can not leave Cairo to return to Sudan. This is not a choice they can make. To return to Sudan is certain death. To stay in Cairo no better. Their hopes are lying with the world community to come to their aid.

    Please help these people. Please insist the world community negotiate with the Egyptian government and provide safe passage for the refugees into a third country. Open the closed refugee files, allow for new applicants to be processed , provide necessary medical assistance for the sick, the small and the elderly. Reassure the refugees that they will not be forced to reenter the country they fled out of terror. Your help is desperately needed.

    Sincerely,

    Zainelabdin E. Osman
    President
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23-12-2005, 07:26 PM

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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)

    American African Foundation Against Torture

    PO Box 813

    Schenectady NY 12301 USA

    Telephone: (51 347-3646

    Email:[email protected]

    Web: www.aafat.tripod.com

    President: Zainelabdin E Osman

    December 15, 2005

    Human Rights Watch

    350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor

    New York NY 10118-3299

    Dear Sirs:

    This is an urgent plea for your help with the crisis at the UNHCR in Cairo, Egypt. At this time there are over 4,000 desperate Sudanese men, women and children quietly camped out in front of the UNHCR waiting for humanitarian assistance. These are gentle, kind people who have fled their oppressive and violent government. The Sudanese entered Egypt with the hope and promise of protection, security and a future free of terror and harassment.

    Since their peaceful protest began 77 days ago, on September 25, 2005, eight people have died including a 4 year old boy by the name of Kwal Deng who died just this past weekend from exposure while lying in his mother’s arms. The only protection from the elements these people have are the few sheets and blankets some may have brought with them. Their food and water supplies have been depleted. Their spirits are painfully diminished. There is no medical attention. Tuberculosis is becoming a common disease. The education their children are receiving is a mere existence. Their home is now the hectic city streets of Cairo. The security they had been promised is compromised by both the Sudanese Embassy and Egyptian Security Forces. The harassment and humiliation the refugees must endure is constant.

    Safe passage into a third country that will allow the basic human rights we all deserve is the basic request of the refugees. They can not leave Cairo to return to Sudan. This is not a choice they can make. To return to Sudan is certain death. To stay in Cairo no better. Their hopes are lying with the world community to come to their aid.

    Please help these people. Please insist the world community negotiate with the Egyptian government and provide safe passage for the refugees into a third country. Open the closed refugee files, allow for new applicants to be processed , provide necessary medical assistance for the sick, the small and the elderly. Reassure the refugees that they will not be forced to reenter the country they fled out of terror. Your help is desperately needed.

    Sincerely,

    Zainelabdin E. Osman
    President
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23-12-2005, 07:30 PM

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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)

    American African Foundation Against Torture

    PO Box 813

    Schenectady NY 12301 USA

    Telephone: (51 347-3646

    Email:[email protected]

    Web: www.aafat.tripod.com

    President: Zainelabdin E Osman

    December 15, 2005

    Chairman of the European Parliament

    Rue Wiertz/Wiertzstraat

    B-1047

    Brussels, Belgium

    Most Honorable Chairman:

    This is an urgent plea for your help with the crisis at the UNHCR in Cairo, Egypt. At this time there are over 4,000 desperate Sudanese men, women and children quietly camped out in front of the UNHCR waiting for humanitarian assistance. These are gentle, kind people who have fled their oppressive and violent government. The Sudanese entered Egypt with the hope and promise of protection, security and a future free of terror and harassment.

    Since their peaceful protest began 77 days ago, on September 25, 2005, eight people have died including a 4 year old boy by the name of Kwal Deng who died just this past weekend from exposure while lying in his mother’s arms. The only protection from the elements these people have are the few sheets and blankets some may have brought with them. Their food and water supplies have been depleted. Their spirits are painfully diminished. There is no medical attention. Tuberculosis is becoming a common disease. The education their children are receiving is a mere existence. Their home is now the hectic city streets of Cairo. The security they had been promised is compromised by both the Sudanese Embassy and Egyptian Security Forces. The harassment and humiliation the refugees must endure is constant.

    Safe passage into a third country that will allow the basic human rights we all deserve is the basic request of the refugees. They can not leave Cairo to return to Sudan. This is not a choice they can make. To return to Sudan is certain death. To stay in Cairo no better. Their hopes are lying with the world community to come to their aid.

    Please help these people. Please insist the world community negotiate with the Egyptian government and provide safe passage for the refugees into a third country. Open the closed refugee files, allow for new applicants to be processed , provide necessary medical assistance for the sick, the small and the elderly. Reassure the refugees that they will not be forced to reenter the country they fled out of terror. Your help is desperately needed.

    Sincerely,

    Zainelabdin E. Osman
    President
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23-12-2005, 07:33 PM

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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)

    American African Foundation Against Torture

    PO Box 813

    Schenectady NY 12301 USA

    Telephone: (51 347-3646

    Email:[email protected]

    Web: www.aafat.tripod.com

    President: Zainelabdin E Osman

    December 15, 2005

    Honorable Jose Manuel Barroso

    President of the European Commission

    1049

    Brussels, Belgium

    Most Honorable President Barroso:

    This is an urgent plea for your help with the crisis at the UNHCR in Cairo, Egypt. At this time there are over 4,000 desperate Sudanese men, women and children quietly camped out in front of the UNHCR waiting for humanitarian assistance. These are gentle, kind people who have fled their oppressive and violent government. The Sudanese entered Egypt with the hope and promise of protection, security and a future free of terror and harassment.

    Since their peaceful protest began 77 days ago, on September 25, 2005, eight people have died including a 4 year old boy by the name of Kwal Deng who died just this past weekend from exposure while lying in his mother’s arms. The only protection from the elements these people have are the few sheets and blankets some may have brought with them. Their food and water supplies have been depleted. Their spirits are painfully diminished. There is no medical attention. Tuberculosis is becoming a common disease. The education their children are receiving is a mere existence. Their home is now the hectic city streets of Cairo. The security they had been promised is compromised by both the Sudanese Embassy and Egyptian Security Forces. The harassment and humiliation the refugees must endure is constant.

    Safe passage into a third country that will allow the basic human rights we all deserve is the basic request of the refugees. They can not leave Cairo to return to Sudan. This is not a choice they can make. To return to Sudan is certain death. To stay in Cairo no better. Their hopes are lying with the world community to come to their aid.

    Please help these people. Please insist the world community negotiate with the Egyptian government and provide safe passage for the refugees into a third country. Open the closed refugee files, allow for new applicants to be processed , provide necessary medical assistance for the sick, the small and the elderly. Reassure the refugees that they will not be forced to reenter the country they fled out of terror. Your help is desperately needed.

    Sincerely,

    Zainelabdin E. Osman
    President
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23-12-2005, 07:40 PM

قاسم المهداوى
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تاريخ التسجيل: 26-11-2004
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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)

    American African Foundation Against Torture

    PO Box 813

    Schenectady NY 12301 USA

    Telephone: (51 347-3646

    Email:[email protected]

    Web: www.aafat.tripod.com

    President: Zainelabdin E Osman

    December 15, 2005

    Honorable Jose Manuel Barroso

    President of the European Commission

    1049

    Brussels, Belgium

    Most Honorable President Barroso:

    This is an urgent plea for your help with the crisis at the UNHCR in Cairo, Egypt. At this time there are over 4,000 desperate Sudanese men, women and children quietly camped out in front of the UNHCR waiting for humanitarian assistance. These are gentle, kind people who have fled their oppressive and violent government. The Sudanese entered Egypt with the hope and promise of protection, security and a future free of terror and harassment.

    Since their peaceful protest began 77 days ago, on September 25, 2005, eight people have died including a 4 year old boy by the name of Kwal Deng who died just this past weekend from exposure while lying in his mother’s arms. The only protection from the elements these people have are the few sheets and blankets some may have brought with them. Their food and water supplies have been depleted. Their spirits are painfully diminished. There is no medical attention. Tuberculosis is becoming a common disease. The education their children are receiving is a mere existence. Their home is now the hectic city streets of Cairo. The security they had been promised is compromised by both the Sudanese Embassy and Egyptian Security Forces. The harassment and humiliation the refugees must endure is constant.

    Safe passage into a third country that will allow the basic human rights we all deserve is the basic request of the refugees. They can not leave Cairo to return to Sudan. This is not a choice they can make. To return to Sudan is certain death. To stay in Cairo no better. Their hopes are lying with the world community to come to their aid.

    Please help these people. Please insist the world community negotiate with the Egyptian government and provide safe passage for the refugees into a third country. Open the closed refugee files, allow for new applicants to be processed , provide necessary medical assistance for the sick, the small and the elderly. Reassure the refugees that they will not be forced to reenter the country they fled out of terror. Your help is desperately needed.

    Sincerely,

    Zainelabdin E. Osman
    President
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23-12-2005, 07:43 PM

قاسم المهداوى
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تاريخ التسجيل: 26-11-2004
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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)

    American African Foundation Against Torture

    PO Box 813

    Schenectady NY 12301 USA

    Telephone: (51 347-3646

    Email:[email protected]

    Web: www.aafat.tripod.com

    President: Zainelabdin E Osman

    December 15, 2005

    Honorable Javier Solana

    Secretary General of the Council of the European Union

    Rue de la Loi, 175 B-1048 Bruxelles

    Belgium

    Honorable Javier Solana:

    This is an urgent plea for your help with the crisis at the UNHCR in Cairo, Egypt. At this time there are over 4,000 desperate Sudanese men, women and children quietly camped out in front of the UNHCR waiting for humanitarian assistance. These are gentle, kind people who have fled their oppressive and violent government. The Sudanese entered Egypt with the hope and promise of protection, security and a future free of terror and harassment.

    Since their peaceful protest began 77 days ago, on September 25, 2005, eight people have died including a 4 year old boy by the name of Kwal Deng who died just this past weekend from exposure while lying in his mother’s arms. The only protection from the elements these people have are the few sheets and blankets some may have brought with them. Their food and water supplies have been depleted. Their spirits are painfully diminished. There is no medical attention. Tuberculosis is becoming a common disease. The education their children are receiving is a mere existence. Their home is now the hectic city streets of Cairo. The security they had been promised is compromised by both the Sudanese Embassy and Egyptian Security Forces. The harassment and humiliation the refugees must endure is constant.

    Safe passage into a third country that will allow the basic human rights we all deserve is the basic request of the refugees. They can not leave Cairo to return to Sudan. This is not a choice they can make. To return to Sudan is certain death. To stay in Cairo no better. Their hopes are lying with the world community to come to their aid.

    Please help these people. Please insist the world community negotiate with the Egyptian government and provide safe passage for the refugees into a third country. Open the closed refugee files, allow for new applicants to be processed , provide necessary medical assistance for the sick, the small and the elderly. Reassure the refugees that they will not be forced to reenter the country they fled out of terror. Your help is desperately needed.

    Sincerely,

    Zainelabdin E. Osman
    President
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23-12-2005, 08:37 PM

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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)

    American African Foundation Against Torture

    PO Box 813

    Schenectady NY 12301 USA

    Telephone: (51 347-3646

    Email:[email protected]

    Web: www.aafat.tripod.com

    President: Zainelabdin E Osman

    December 15, 2005

    Amnesty International

    International Secretariat

    1 Easton Street

    WC1X ODW

    London, United Kingdom

    Most Honorable Secretariat:

    This is an urgent plea for your help with the crisis at the UNHCR in Cairo, Egypt. At this time there are over 4,000 desperate Sudanese men, women and children quietly camped out in front of the UNHCR waiting for humanitarian assistance. These are gentle, kind people who have fled their oppressive and violent government. The Sudanese entered Egypt with the hope and promise of protection, security and a future free of terror and harassment.

    Since their peaceful protest began 77 days ago, on September 25, 2005, eight people have died including a 4 year old boy by the name of Kwal Deng who died just this past weekend from exposure while lying in his mother’s arms. The only protection from the elements these people have are the few sheets and blankets some may have brought with them. Their food and water supplies have been depleted. Their spirits are painfully diminished. There is no medical attention. Tuberculosis is becoming a common disease. The education their children are receiving is a mere existence. Their home is now the hectic city streets of Cairo. The security they had been promised is compromised by both the Sudanese Embassy and Egyptian Security Forces. The harassment and humiliation the refugees must endure is constant.

    Safe passage into a third country that will allow the basic human rights we all deserve is the basic request of the refugees. They can not leave Cairo to return to Sudan. This is not a choice they can make. To return to Sudan is certain death. To stay in Cairo no better. Their hopes are lying with the world community to come to their aid.

    Please help these people. Please insist the world community negotiate with the Egyptian government and provide safe passage for the refugees into a third country. Open the closed refugee files, allow for new applicants to be processed , provide necessary medical assistance for the sick, the small and the elderly. Reassure the refugees that they will not be forced to reenter the country they fled out of terror. Your help is desperately needed.

    Sincerely,

    Zainelabdin E. Osman
    President
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23-12-2005, 09:33 PM

قاسم المهداوى
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تاريخ التسجيل: 26-11-2004
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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)

    تابعت المؤسسه الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب التطورات الجاريه
    بمعسكر اللاجئين ( حديقه مسجد مصطفى محمود )بالمهندسين ...
    ...
    خاطب السيد زين العابدين الطيب عثمان رئيس المؤسسه الامريكيه الافريقيه جموع اللاجئين مثمنا على مطالبهم العادله..... ومستغربا مطالبه مكتب الامم المتحده بالقاهره .اللاجئين بالعوده او بما يسمى العوده الطوعيه فى حين ان حكومه السودان هى المطلوب رقم واحد لمحاكمة مجرمى الحرب بدارفور....
    كما ان الاوضاع بجنوب السودان مازلت غير مستقره ....للاسباب سالفه الذكر....كما ان عدم ابداء حسن النيه من الحكومه السودانيه تجاه مواطنيها المعارضين يظل الا كثر وضوحا وذلك بزج عناصرها الامنيه والاستخبارتيه فى العمل الدبلوماسى حتى يتثنى لهم اكمال مهامهم الاستخباراتيه فى حريه تامه وتحت غطاء دبلوماسى ...

    خاطبت المؤسسه الامريكيه الافريقيه السيد كوفى انان الامين العام للامم المتحده كما خاطبت المجموعه الاوربيه, وجموع المنظمات الدوليه ...


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23-12-2005, 11:35 PM

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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: قاسم المهداوى)



    الاخ قاسم مهداوي

    والاخ زين العابدين رئيس المؤسسه الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب

    شكرا اولا زين العابدين على هذا الجهد الحقيقي و الصادق تجاه اللاجئين.

    اتمنى في كل مخاطباتنا للمنظمات العالميه, ان نركز على المطالبه بتغير

    طاقم الموظفين المصرين العاملين في المكتب, واستبدالهم بآخرين

    وهنالك سوابف استجاب فيها مكتب الامم المتحده وتم تغير الطاقم الوظيفي.

    لكم تقديري.

    تراجي.
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23-12-2005, 11:58 PM

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Re: المؤسسة الامريكيه الافريقيه لمناهضة التعذيب.....وقضية اللجئين (Re: Tragie Mustafa)


    سلام وتحايا
    العزيزه تراجى مصطفى
    Quote: اتمنى في كل مخاطباتنا للمنظمات العالميه, ان نركز على المطالبه بتغير

    طاقم الموظفين المصرين العاملين في المكتب, واستبدالهم بآخرين


    الاتفاقيه بين مكتب الامم المتحده والدوله مقر المكتب تحتم وجود طاقم
    من ذات الدوله ... لهذا من الصعوبه بمكان ...ايجاد مخرج لهذا الشرط

    المطلوب هو اسماع صوت اللاجئين الى المنظمات الغربيه ذات الصله ...

    لك الشكر والتقدير ....

    قاسم
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