Campaign of Publications Confiscation by the Sudanese Authorities

Campaign of Publications Confiscation by the Sudanese Authorities


10-25-2015, 03:34 PM


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Title: Campaign of Publications Confiscation by the Sudanese Authorities
Author: صحفيون لحقوق الإنسان -جهر
Date: 10-25-2015, 03:34 PM

03:34 PM Oct, 25 2015
Sudanese Online
صحفيون لحقوق الإنسان -جهر-
My Library at SudaneseOnline



In the Khartoum International Book Fair: Campaign of Publications Confiscation by the Sudanese Authorities

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The Khartoum International Book Fair of the year 2015- “the eleventh Session” - which was opened on the 17thandnbsp;of October 2015, witnesses a campaign confiscation of publications by the Sudanese authorities.

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The confiscation of the publications has been implemented by (the classification of books administration), where at least six publications were confiscated from the books showroom, starting from the 18thandnbsp;of October and the following days.
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The six confiscated publications were published byandnbsp;“Awraqandnbsp;Publication and Distribution House” an Egyptian publication house. However,andnbsp;Awraqandnbsp;PDH confirmed the confiscation of the six publications by saying that “the authorities banned selling and distribution of the followings:
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1- A Novel byandnbsp;Mohamed Khair Abdallaandnbsp;namedandnbsp;Sira Qaziraandnbsp;“.
2- A Novel byandnbsp;Mubarakandnbsp;Ardolandnbsp;namedandnbsp;
Saaie Alryal Almagdood”.andnbsp;
3-andnbsp;A Novel byandnbsp;Ihab Adlanandnbsp;namedandnbsp;andnbsp;
Asful Qaaa Almadina”.andnbsp;andnbsp;
4- A Novel byandnbsp;Asmaa Osman Al-shaikhandnbsp;namedandnbsp;andnbsp;
Bostan Alkhoufandnbsp;.andnbsp;
5- A Novel by Mohamed Badawi Mustafa namedandnbsp;andnbsp;
Souk Aldaara Almosanaaa”.
6- Another Novel by Mohamed Badawi Mustafa namedandnbsp;andnbsp;
Hul Akhta Alsalafandnbsp;andnbsp;.

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It was found that five government officials were in charge of the seizing of the books for the Khartoum International book Fair.

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In response to the confiscation of the six novels, the government official said: “the confiscated publications were violating the law “Art Work Act”/ “Qanoun Almosanafat Aladabiya “.

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Journalists for Human Rights – JHR – can confirm that another four books are still under security screening, and their distribution is waiting for a clearance from the authorities.
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JHR confirmed, too, that a confiscation of books and publications has been a common practice and an ongoing phenomenon for many years by the authorities. And this clear violation of freedom of opinion and freedom of expression and publication.

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Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) calls upon all those concerned (individuals/groups/ institutions) in monitoring, documenting and reporting violations, to communicate withandnbsp;JHRthrough various methods available including via e-mail:andnbsp;[email protected]

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Journalists for Human Rights – JHR
Saturday, the 24thandnbsp;andnbsp;of October 2015



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  • ساعي الريال المقدود..!! بقلم عبد الباقى الظافر
  • وتنفجر (عفناً) !! بقلم صلاح الدين عووضة
  • (حللوهم..سريعاً) بقلم الطاهر ساتي
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  • الحركة الشعبية : اختلاف الحلفاء!! بقلم حيدر احمد خيرالله
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