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قوات الأمن تعتقل من جديد دكتور مضوي ابراهيم آدم

05-10-2005, 08:15 AM

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قوات الأمن تعتقل من جديد دكتور مضوي ابراهيم آدم


    منبر نشطاء حقوق الانسان السودانيين
    SUDANESE HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS FORUM

    بيان صحفي
    قوات الأمن تعتقل من جديد دكتور مضوي ابراهيم آدم


    قامت قوات الامن يوم امس الاحد الموافق 9 مايو 2005 في الخرطوم بحري جوار بنك البركة في الساعة 11 صباحا بإعتقال دكتور مضوي إبراهيم آدم وكذلك مرافقه السيد/ ياسر سالم والسيد/ عبدالله طه سائق العربة التي كانا يستقلانها؛ حيث تم نقلهم الي معتقلات جهازالامن بالخرطوم بحري.

    ودكتور مضوي ابراهيم آدم من ناشطي حقوق الانسان والمجتمع المدني في السوداني؛ وهو رئيس المنظمة السودانية للتنمية الاجتماعية (سودو) ؛ وعضو اللجنة التمهيدية لمنبر ناشطي حقوق الانسان السودانيين؛ وقد تعرض في السنوات الاخيرة للإعتقال عدة مرات وكانت اخرها في يناير الماضي حيث اعتقل من يوم 24 يناير وحتي 3 مارس 2005؛ وما يزال بعض رفاقه من منظمة سودو رهن الاعتقال منذ ذلك الوقت؛ وفي كل مرة كان يطلق سراح د. مضوي دون تقديمه لمحاكمة وفي الغالب دون توجيه اي تهمة اليه.

    اننا بقدر ما ندين هذا الاعتقال الحالي؛ والانتهاك المتواصل لحقوق الدكتور مضوي ورفاقه؛ فاننا ندعو الي حملة عالمية منى اجل اطلاق سراح جميع المعتقلين السياسيين في معتقلات وسجون النظام؛ والي انهاء حالات الانتهاك المستمرة لحقوق الانسان التي يواصلها النظام السوداني.

    وسنواليكم بالتفاصيل وحملة التضامن في بياناتنا اللاحقة


    منبر نشطاء حقوق الانسان السودانيين

    SUDANESE HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS FORUM


    عن اللجنة التمهيدية/
    عادل عبد العاطي
    10 مايو 2005



    توقيعك من أجل اطلاق سراح الدكتور مضوي ابراهيم والأستاذ صلاح

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05-10-2005, 08:31 AM

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    جعفر بشير سلامات ....

    يبدو أن هؤلاء القوم لا يقدرون الامر حق قدره فلا الظرف الراهن ...يسمح بذلك...

    كما إن ما يدعوه من تحول نحو الديمقراطية وخلافه لا بد أن يتبعه سلوك محدد ...
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05-10-2005, 08:50 AM

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    اخي جعفر
    سلامات

    فقط للتصحيح: تم اعتقال الاستاذ/ ياسر سليم شلبي مدير مركز حقوق الطفل بالخرطوم مع دكتور مضوي ابراهيم.


    جمال كرار
    9th May 2005

    Communication:

    Yesterday, Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam, Chairperson of the Sudan Social Development Organization (SUDO) together with his friend Yasir Saleem
    and the driver Abdalla Taha have been arrested in Khartoum North (near Baraka Bank)at 11:00am. They are now held in the Security Detention of
    Khartoum North.
    At present, it isn't known why Dr Mudawi, Yasir Saleem and Abdalla Taha are detained.

    On 24th January 2005, Dr Mudawi was already arrested by members of Sudan's National Security and Intelligence Agency in North Kordufan.
    Three days after he was transferred in Khartoum and detained until the 3rd March 2005. No charges were finally pressed against him.

    SUDO, as a voluntary organization created to promote sustainable development and Human Rights, has organized a number of workshops on
    subjects connected with Human Rights. It is also engaged in humanitarian activities by providing emergency services in North, South and West of Darfur.

    (عدل بواسطة peace builder on 05-10-2005, 08:53 AM)

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05-10-2005, 11:14 AM

Muna Khugali
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    PUBLIC AI Index: AFR 54/047/2005


    09 May 2005

    UA 116/05 Fear for safety

    SUDAN Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam (m), Chair of the Sudan Development Organisation (SUDO)
    Yasir Salim (m)
    Abdallah Taha (m), SUDO driver

    Human rights defender Dr Mudawi Ibrahim was arrested on 8 May by members of the National Security and Intelligence Agency, in Khartoum North. Yasir Salim and Abdallah Taha were arrested with him: both work for the organisation headed by Dr Mudawi, the Sudan Development Organisation (SUDO). The three are said to be held in the National Security Centre, Khartoum North. No reason has been given for their arrest. Amnesty International considers all three to be prisoners of conscience, detained solely for their peaceful activities in defence of human rights.

    This is the third time that Dr Mudawi has been arrested in the past 18 months, in a worrying pattern of harassment and intimidation of a leading human rights defender. This latest arrest took place the day before he was due to fly to Ireland to accept one of the inaugural awards from the Dublin-based NGO, Front Line Human Rights Defenders, handed out by the President of Ireland, Mary AcAleese.

    SUDO is a voluntary organization created to promote sustainable development and human rights, and has organized a number of seminars on subjects connected with human rights. It is also engaged in humanitarian activities, providing emergency food and shelter in the war-torn region of Darfur, in western Sudan. It has been involved in promoting discussion and reconciliation between groups involved in conflicts in Sudan. A reconciliation meeting between ethnic groups involved in the 20-year conflict between the government and the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) has reportedly been cancelled since Dr Mudawi’s arrest.

    This year Dr Mudawi has already spent over a month in prison. He was arrested on 24 January and held incommunicado and without charge. On 19 February he went on hunger strike demanding to be charged or released; he was then charged with attempting to commit suicide and taken to hospital. On 3 March he was released on bail.

    Dr Mudawi was previously arrested on 28 December 2003 (see UA 02/04, AFR 54/002/2004, 5 January 2004, and follow-ups). After going on hunger strike demanding to be charged or released he was charged with "crimes against the state". The evidence against him included Amnesty International documents found in his possession. Amnesty International believes that the real reason for his arrest was related to the humanitarian and human rights activities of SUDO in Darfur. All charges against Dr Mudawi were dropped in August 2004.

    BACKGROUND INFORMATION

    In January 2005 the government and the SPLA signed the Comprehensive Peace Agreement to end more than 20 years of conflict. However, the government has not yet lifted the state of emergency, in place since 1999, which allows the government to extend indefinitely detention without charge or trial, sometimes without any access to the outside world.


    RECOMMENDED ACTION: Please send appeals to arrive as quickly as possible, in Arabic, English or your own language:
    - expressing concern for the safety of Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam, Yasir Salim and Abdallah Taha;
    - calling for Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam, Yasir Salim and Abdallah Taha to be released immediately and unconditionally, as they are prisoners of conscience, detained solely for their peaceful activities in defence of human rights activities;
    - calling on the authorities to ensure that human rights activists are not harassed or detained, and to respect their commitments to observe international human rights law, commitments which were reaffirmed in January under the Comprehensive Peace Agreement.
    APPEALS TO: (If your faxed or emailed appeal does not get through, please either send it by mail or forward it to the diplomatic representative of Sudan in your country and ask them to pass on your appeal to the authorities)

    Mr Ali Osman Mohamed Taha
    First Vice-President, People's Palace, PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 779977
    + 249 183 780796 (Please mark: "For the attention of the First Vice-President")
    Salutation: Your Excellency

    Mr Ali Mohamed Osman Yassin
    Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Ministry of Justice, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 780796 (Please mark "For the attention of the Minister of Justice")
    Email: [email protected]
    Salutation: Dear Minister

    Mr Mustafa Osman Ismail
    Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    PO Box 873, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax : + 249 183 777268
    Salutation: Dear Minister

    COPIES TO:
    Dr Abdel Moneim Osman Taha
    Rapporteur, Advisory Council for Human Rights, Khartoum, Sudan
    Email: [email protected]

    and to diplomatic representatives of Sudan accredited to your country.

    PLEASE SEND APPEALS IMMEDIATELY. Check with the International Secretariat, or your section office, if
    sending appeals after 20 June 2005.

    and this is the urgent action issued by Amnesty International,
    Muna Khugali
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05-10-2005, 11:16 AM

Muna Khugali
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    AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL
    PRESS RELEASE


    AI Index: AFR 54/046/2005 (Public)
    News Service No: 120
    9 May 2005

    Sudan: Human rights defender arrested on eve of receiving international human rights award


    Amnesty International is calling for the immediate and unconditional release of Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam, who was arrested yesterday in Khartoum on the eve of his departure to Ireland to receive an award from the Dublin-based Front Line, the International Foundation for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders.

    The award is to be presented by the President of Ireland, Mary McAleese, on 13 May. Dr Mudawi Ibrahim was chosen to receive the award by a jury of members of the Irish and European parliaments.

    Members of the National Security and Intelligence Agency arrested Dr Mudawi Ibrahim, an engineer with four children and the Chair of the Sudan Social Development Organization (SUDO), in Khartoum North on 8 May along with two other SUDO workers -- Yasir Salim and his driver, Abdallah Taha. They are being held incommunicado without charge, reportedly in the National Security Centre in Khartoum North.

    "The Sudanese government is continuing to pursue a path of harassment of human rights defenders and critics," said Kolawole Olaniyan, Director of the Amnesty International’s Africa Programme, calling Dr Mudawi Ibrahim’s arrest "unacceptable."

    "At the same time as the National Constitutional Review Commission is discussing the new Constitution of Sudan, which will incorporate a Bill of Rights, the government of Sudan is carrying out arbitrary arrests and detaining peaceful human rights defenders and critics without trial," said Kolawole Olaniyan. "The Sudanese security services plainly regard human rights as a matter for rhetoric, not practice".

    Dr Mudawi Ibrahim was previously imprisoned for seven months in 2004 after visiting Darfur. This year he was again arrested in Kordofan on 24 January and held in solitary confinement, without charge and without access to a lawyer, his family or medical attention. On 19 February he went on hunger strike demanding to be charged or released; he was then charged with attempting to commit suicide under Article 133 of the Penal Code and taken to hospital. On 3 March he was released on bail.

    SUDO has been involved in promoting discussion and reconciliation between groups involved in conflicts in Sudan, and a reconciliation meeting between ethnic groups involved in the North-South conflict has reportedly been cancelled since Dr Mudawi Ibrahim’s arrest.

    "We are obviously very worried about Dr Mudawi Ibrahim", said Kolawole Olaniyan, "but there are currently scores of other prisoners of conscience and political detainees, many also being held in incommunicado detention without charge or trial. Several have been subjected to torture or other ill-treatment since their arrest. They include people from Darfur, where massive human rights abuses are continuing, Beja Congress members from eastern Sudan, and supporters of opposition political parties such as the Popular Congress."

    Those still being held include:

    - Babiker Mohammed Abdallah Atim, a lawyer from Darfur, who has been detained now for 16 months without trial, and reportedly tortured. After more than a year, he has only been allowed one visit -- from his wife.
    - Mudather Suleiman Osman Bahr al-Din, a 17-year-old student from Zalingei, Darfur, arrested in 2 October 2004, apparently because he was thought to support the Sudan Liberation Army. He has been detained since then in Zalingei Prison without charge.
    - Abdel Ghaffar Musa Farraj, a student aged 22, detained in February 2005, allegedly chained and beaten by military intelligence for 16 days. He was then transferred to Nyala and charged with crimes against the state.
    - Abdel Rahim al-Bur’ay, a member of the Beja Congress and a worker in the Ministry of Planning in Port Sudan, who has not been visited by his family since 1 February 2005 when he was detained without charge two days after security forces shot live ammunition to kill more than 20 demonstrators in Port Sudan in Eastern Sudan.

    Background
    A Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed between the government of Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A) on 9 January 2005. Implementation of the peace agreement has been slow and the National Constitutional Review Commission has only recently started discussing the draft constitution. In Darfur some 1.86 million displaced and 200,000 refugees in Chad have to face another year in camps as rural areas continue to be unsafe for their return. Amnesty International has called for the African Union ceasefire mission to be greatly increased in size in order to protect civilians more effectively.




    Public Document
    ****************************************
    For more information please call Amnesty International's press office in London, UK, on +44 20 7413 5566
    Amnesty International, 1 Easton St., London WC1X 0DW. web: http://www.amnesty.org

    For latest human rights news view http://news.amnesty.org







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05-11-2005, 00:37 AM

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05-11-2005, 00:48 AM

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    تحياتي بشري الطيب


    الوضع الراهن ليس في حساباتهم والا لما حدث ما يحدث الان في دارفور ...
    ولكن كل ذلك سيترتب عليه المزيد من الضغوط علي هذه السلطة المتهالكة اصلا...
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05-12-2005, 11:22 AM

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    Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam facing Death Penalty
    سودانيزاونلاين.كوم
    sudaneseonline.com
    5/12/2005 10:35am
    SOAT
    Sudan Organisation Against Torture
    Human Rights Alert: 12 May 2005
    Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam facing Death Penalty
    On 8 May 2005, officers from the National Security and Intelligence Agency (NSA) arrested Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam, Chairperson of the Sudan Social Development Organization (SUDO), Mr. Yasir Saleem, a photographer at SUDO’s documentation unit and Mr. Abdullah Taha, Dr. Mudawi’s personal driver who is employed by LAMDA Company, which is owned by Dr. Mudawi. The men were arrested whilst travelling from Dr. Mudawi’s private company offices in Khartoum North, to SUDO offices in Khartoum South.

    Initially the detainees were taken to an unknown place. They were later moved to a security detention centre known as ‘Altanfeezi’ (Executive) in Khartoum. On 10 May 2005, the detainees were transferred into Crimes against the State Attorney Custody, in Khartoum and placed under investigation where Dr. Mudawi and Mr. Yasir were charged under articles 53 (Espionage against the Country), a crime which carries the death penalty under the 1991 Sudanese Penal Code and 57 (Entering and Photographing Military Areas and Works).
    On 11 May 2005, Mr. Abdallah was released without any official charges against him.
    On 12 May 2005, the attorney general removed computers from Dr. Mudawi private company as part of its investigation. Dr. Mudawi and Mr. Yasir remain Attorney General Custody.
    Dr. Mudawi was expected to travel to Ireland to receive an inaugural Front Line Award from President McAleese.

    Background
    Dr. Mudawi was previously arrested on 24 January 2005, in Kondoua village, North Kordofan along with his friend Salah Mohammed Abdalrahman. Dr. Mudawi was released after going on a hunger strike and his treatment in Alfaisal clinic, a private hospital in central Khartoum on 12 March 2005. Dr. Mudawi was given a letter from the Human Rights Advisory Council dated 7 March 2005 citing his release date as 3 March 2005.

    Salah Mohammed Abdalrahman, who was arrested at the same time as Dr. Mudawi, is a political activist, and a member of the Sudanese Democratic Movement. His whereabouts were unknown until 17 March 2005 when his sister was allowed to visit him.

    Dr. Mudawi was previously arrested on 28 December 2003 after visiting Darfur in the course of his work for SUDO. On 11 February 2004, he was charged with crimes against the state, articles 50 (undermining the constitutional system) and 51 (waging war against the State), crimes, which carried the death, sentence under the 1991 Sudanese Penal Code. All charges against him were dismissed on 7 August 2004.

    SOAT condemns the continual targeting of Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam and calls on the Government of Sudan to put an end to the harassment and detention of human rights activists in Sudan and urges the Government of Sudan to:
    Immediately return all properties removed from his private company;
    Take all necessary measures to ensure the physical and psychological integrity of Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam and Mr. Yasir Saleem; To allow them immediate and unrestricted access to their family and any medical treatment that they may need; Order the immediate release of Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam and Mr. Yasir Saleem or bring them before an impartial tribunal and guarantee procedural rights at all times;
    Ensure that Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam and Mr. Yasir Saleem has access to legal advice;
    Guarantee the respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms, including freedom of association throughout Sudan in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards;
    The above recommendations should be sent in appeals to the following
    addresses:
    His Excellency Field Marshal Omar Hassan al-Bashir
    President of the Republic of Sudan
    President' s Palace
    PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 783223

    His Excellency Ali Osman Mohamed Taha
    First Vice-President
    People's Palace
    PO Box 281, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 771025

    Mr. Mustafa Osman Ismail
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    PO Box 873, Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 779383
    Dr. Abdelmuneim Osman Mohamed Taha
    Advisory Council for Human Rights
    PO Box 302
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 770883
    Permanent Representative:
    His Excellency Mr. Mohamed Elhassan Ahmed Elhaj
    Ambassador
    Avenue Blanc 47
    1202 Geneva
    Tel: 022 731 26 63
    Fax: 022 731 26 56
    Email: [email protected]

    SOAT is an international human rights organisation established in the UK in 1993. If you have any questions about this or other SOAT information, please contact us at:
    SOAT
    Argo House
    Kilburn Park Road
    London NW6 5LF, UK
    Tel: +44 (0)20 7625 8055
    Fax: +44 (0)20 7372 2656
    E-mail: [email protected]
    Website: www.soatsudan.org
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05-12-2005, 12:36 PM

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05-12-2005, 12:55 PM

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    Thanks Muna

    the situation seems serious
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05-13-2005, 03:55 AM

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    الاخ جعفر بشير

    التحية لك وللأخ عادل ولكل الإخوة والأخوات المشاركين في هذه الحملة الإنسانية
    ضد انتهاكات حقوق الإنسان ، وتحديداً ، إجراءات الإعتقال التعسُّفي الأخير على كلٍّ من
    دكتور : مضوي إبراهيم آدم / ياسر سالم وعبدالله طه ..


    لابد من تصعيد أمثال هذه الحملات ، حتى لا يسود باطلهم " الشموليين " على حقـِّنا ..


    ارسلتُ رسالتى بالتوقيع على البريد المعنون بحملة التوقيع ..


    إلى الأمام ..
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05-13-2005, 09:42 AM

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    PUBLIC AI Index: AFR 54/044/2005
    13 May 2005

    Further Information on UA 116/05 (AFR 54/047/2005, 09 May 2005) Fear for safety/ new concern: Legal concern

    SUDAN Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam (m), Chair of the Sudan Development Organisation (SUDO)

    Released: Abdallah Taha (m), driver
    Yasir Salim (m)

    Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam's driver Abdallah Taha was released without charge on 11 May. Yasir Salim was released on bail on 12 May. Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam is being held in police custody at a detention centre at the Attorney General’s Office in Khartoum. He has been visited by his wife and a lawyer. He has also been able to talk to the Irish non-governmental organization, Front Line the International Foundation for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders.

    Yasir Salim and Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam were brought before the Attorney General and were charged under Penal Code Article 53 which relates to espionage against the country and Article 57 which relates to entering and photographing military areas and works. Article 53 carries the possibility of the death penalty. Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam was arrested the day before he was due to fly to Ireland to accept one of the inaugural Front Line Human Rights Defenders’ awards. His wife accepted the award on his behalf from the President of Ireland, Mary McAleese on 13 May.

    Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam had been asked to photograph his work in Khartoum for the award ceremony and accompanied by Yasir Salim who had a digital camera, was photographing the Baraka Bank in Khartoum North, which is said to be close to Kober Prison, when they were arrested. This is the third time that Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam has been arrested in the past 18 months, in a worrying pattern of harassment and intimidation of a leading human rights defender.

    RECOMMENDED ACTION: Please send appeals to arrive as quickly as possible, in Arabic and English or your own language:
    - expressing concern for the safety of Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam who is being held in police custody at a detention centre in the Attorney General’s Office in Khartoum;
    - expressing grave concern at the use of Articles 53 and 57 of the Penal Code to charge Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam and Yasir Salim;
    - calling for Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam to be released immediately and unconditionally, as he is a prisoner of conscience, detained solely for his peaceful activities in defence of human rights;
    - calling on the authorities to ensure that human rights activists are not harassed or detained, and to respect their commitments to observe international human rights law, commitments which were reaffirmed in January under the Comprehensive Peace Agreement.

    APPEALS TO: (If your faxed or emailed appeal does not get through, please either send it by mail or forward it to the diplomatic representative of Sudan in your country and ask them to pass on your appeal to the authorities)

    Mr Ali Osman Mohamed Taha
    First Vice-President
    People's Palace
    PO Box 281
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 779977
    + 249 183 780796 (Please mark: "For the attention of the First Vice-President")
    Salutation: Your Excellency

    Mr Ali Mohamed Osman Yassin
    Minister of Justice and Attorney General
    Ministry of Justice
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 780796 (Please mark "For the attention of the Minister of Justice")
    Email: [email protected]
    Salutation: Dear Minister

    Mr Mustafa Osman Ismail
    Minister of Foreign Affairs
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    PO Box 873
    Khartoum, Sudan
    Fax: + 249 183 777268
    Salutation: Dear Minister
    COPIES TO:
    Hamadtu Mukhtar
    Chair of the Human Rights Committee
    National Assembly
    Omdurman, Sudan
    Fax: +249 187 560 950

    and to diplomatic representatives of Sudan accredited to your country.

    PLEASE SEND APPEALS IMMEDIATELY. Check with the International Secretariat, or your section office, if sending appeals after 24 June 2005.

    Muna
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05-13-2005, 10:19 AM

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Re: قوات الأمن تعتقل من جديد دكتور مضوي ابراهيم آدم (Re: Muna Khugali)



    الأخوة
    جمال كرار
    مني خوجلي
    هالة الأحمدي
    محمد أبو جودة
    .
    شكرا لوجودكم من أجل الدكتور مضوي ورفاقه ومن أجل الحريات.

    وسنواصل يا عزيزي محمد حتي تخلو المعتقلات من أخر الشرفاء .
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05-13-2005, 09:32 PM

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Re: قوات الأمن تعتقل من جديد دكتور مضوي ابراهيم آدم (Re: Gafar Bashir)

    Appeal Against the Arrest and Detention of Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam and Mr Yasir Saleem


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    5/12/2005 2:27pm
    Mr Ali Osman Mohamed Taha
    First Vice President
    People’s Palace
    PO Box 281
    Khartoum, Sudan
    11/05/05
    Your Excellency,

    Re: Appeal Against the Arrest and Detention of Dr Mudawi Ibrahim Adam and Mr Yasir Saleem
    We are writing on behalf of the above persons who have been charged with crimes against the Sudanese State under articles 53 and 57 of the penal code on 10th May 2005. We understand that these articles relate to alleged “Espionage against the Country“ and “ Entering and Photographing Military Areas and Works”.

    In common with Amnesty International and other worldwide human rights organizations, this organization considers that Dr Mudawi Adam and Mr Saleem are prisoners of conscience held solely for their defense of human rights. There is no substantive evidence to suggest that Dr Adam or Mr Saleem have been engaged in the kind of activities that the State alleges. Further, Dr Adam has an international reputation and a long track record for the human rights work; work that the government is well aware of. There is, in short, no conceivable justification for the charges levied against him or Mr Saleem by the Government of Sudan and the National Security Forces.

    As we are all aware, seditious activities carry exceptionally heavy penalties that include but are not limited to the death penalty. In consideration of the points raised above, this organization submits that there is no basis for Dr Adam’s or Mr Saleem’s continued detention, which contravenes international standards of both justice and human rights. We therefore urge you to review his case without delay and to:

    • Facilitate the immediate release of Dr Adam and Mr Saleem in the absence of valid legal charges. If such charges allegedly exist, ensure that proceedings are conducted in an impartial tribunal constituted in accordance with international legal norms and regulations.

    • Ensure that Dr Adam and Mr Saleem have unhindered and confidential access to legal representation.

    • Ensure the physical integrity of Dr Adam and Mr Saleem at all times

    • Allow unrestricted access to their families and/or relevant persons who need to visit them in relation to their case.

    • Cease targeting members of indigenous African tribes in Darfur, West Sudan for racially and politically motivated reasons.

    • Guarantee the respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms - including freedom of association - throughout Sudan in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.

    Failure to comply with such international standards and norms will be documented on a case by case basis and supplied for later use in tribunals constituted for the purposes of pursuing crimes against International Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law.

    Yours sincerely,
    Darfur Centre for Human Rights & Development
    P.O Box 48299
    London W2 7YG
    UK
    By phone in the UK: 07786 984832 or 07930 691575
    By phone in the USA: 001 267 992 2004
    Email: [email protected]
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05-16-2005, 11:30 AM

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    Sudan rights activist arrested ahead of Irish award

    Tuesday May 10th, 2005 11:41.


    KHARTOUM, Sudan, May 10, 2005 -- A Sudanese human rights activist has been arrested hours before he was to depart for Ireland where he was to receive an award from President Mary McAleese.

    Mudawi Ibrahim Adam was arrested in Khartoum on Sunday morning and is being held in detention offices in the north of the city, according to the Dublin-based human rights group Front Line, which sponsors the award.

    He was arrested along with a colleague and driver and none of the three have been charged as yet, according to the group. He has not been allowed access to his family or a lawyer, the group added.

    Dr Mudawi (49) is the chairman of the Sudan Social Development Organisation (SUDO), which is involved in humanitarian activities including providing emergency services in Sudan's troubled Darfur region as well as in human rights education and development projects.
    Dr Mudawi is an engineer who has been involved in the design and manufacture of water supply systems as well as serving as Associate Professor in the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, University of Khartoum, according to Front Line's website.

    According to Amnesty International, Dr Mudawi was imprisoned for seven months last year after visiting Darfur and was arrested again in January this year and held in solitary confinement.

    He went on hunger strike in February and was charged with attempting to commit suicide under
    Article 133 of the Penal Code and taken to hospital. He was released on bail on March 3rd.

    The Front Line award honours the work of a "human rights defender who, through their non-violent work, has made an outstanding contribution to the promotion and protection of human rights in the face of considerable personal risk". Dr Mudawi was selected as the winner of the inaugural award by a jury which included Ruairi Quinn TD, Senator Paschal Mooney, Simon Coveney MEP and Proinsias de Rossa MEP. The Front Line award was to be presented at Dublin City Hall by President McAleese this Friday.

    Front Line director Mary Lawlor said: "The actions of the Sudanese authorities betray their contempt for the protection of human rights.

    "This new arrest of Dr Mudawi is a further attempt to silence those who work for the rights of others in Sudan. They will not succeed."

    "We will continue to press that he be released and allowed to travel to collect his award, however, should he be unable to make it to Dublin we will still go ahead with the ceremony in order to honour this remarkable and courageous man," she added.

    Amnesty International also called for the immediate release of Dr Mudawi. "The Sudanese government is continuing to pursue a path of harassment of human rights defenders and critics," said Kolawole Olaniyan, director of the Amnesty International's Africa programme, calling Dr Mudawi's arrest "unacceptable."
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05-16-2005, 10:37 PM

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    Sudanese government must release all prisoners of conscience

    Saturday May 14th, 2005 22:51.


    SHRO-CAIRO

    Press Release



    May 14, 2005


    The Sudan Human Rights Organization Cairo Office is gravely concerned for the arbitrary arrest of both Dr. Mudawi Ibrahim Adam, President of the Sudanese Organization for Social Development, and a staff member of that organization,
    Mudawi Adam, Yasir Saleem, and 'Abd-Allah Taha had been arbitrarily arrested in Khartoum since May the 9th. Mr. Taha was released after 3 days of unlawful detention. The security authorities confiscated a computer set and other important documents from Mr. Mudawi's office.


    The Organization is deeply concerned that Mudawi and Yasir have been accused under section 53 of the Criminal Law 1991 of conspiracy against the state. Although the accusation is baseless, it is punishable with death on conviction by a court order.


    Dr. Mudawi Adam was unlawfully arrested for peaceful human rights' activities, repeatedly.
    Since January the 24th, he had been detained for almost 2 months before he was recently released as a result of a strong national and international campaign that saved his life from unlawful detention for renewable periods in poor prison conditions.


    SHRO-Cairo asks the authorities to release Dr. Musawi and Mr. Yasir immediately from jail.
    The Organization calls on all human rights and democracy groups to exert the strongest pressure possible on the government to stop harassing these activists.


    SHRO-Cairo asks the government to release all prisoners of conscience, including the Chairperson of the People's Popular Congress, Dr. Hassan al-Turabi, and all his colleagues, in addition to 72 citizens detained since October 2004 who have been lately referred to a special court in Khartoum to be tried for a coup attempt.


    SHRO-Cairo believes that the unabated arrest or detention of these human rights and/or opposition activists constitutes a grave violation of the comprehensive settlement for the Sudan's Crisis, which further threatens to fail the ongoing peace deal.
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05-17-2005, 01:47 AM

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    اخي جعفر البشير لك التحية والتقدير علي هذا الجهد الذي تقوم به ... والتحية موصولة للاخت مني خوجلي ..
    ومعأ لاطلاق الاخ الدكتور مضوي ... وجميع الاخوة المعتقلين في سجون الطغاة...................................
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