A letter to Human Rights Watch regarding the Sudanese citizens killed by Egyption Government by Mohammed Awad Elgeed-Doha- Qatar
سودانيزاونلاين.كوم sudaneseonline.com 1/16/2006 6:25 am
This is an official complain, we expect serious actions to be taken as a result. The un necessary severe actions taken by the Egyptian government against the Sudanese fugitives is a shame on the face of man kind and human civilization. Around 28 un armed fugitives were killed in front of the eyes of the world, children were among the victims.
The use of power was un justified. The victims were having no weapons in their hands. They were not doing any damage to property or causing riot.
The question is that IS THERE ANY MECHANISM TO PREVENT HUMAN RIGHTS? This is in fact the most important question. Human rights are known to every body but the question is how to protect it.
If such crime passes just like that, it will be a shame on international organizations. It will dilute the confidence of the public on it. It will also break the trust of everybody on such organizations.
The world is waiting to see the reaction of human rights organizations with regard to this tragedy the question is will there be any serious reaction that meets the expectations of the people of the world?