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By Roberto Malini
Co-founder, EveryOne Group, Italy

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Sinai - An Important Step in the Campaign against the Slave Trade and Human Organs Trafficking
Rome/Arish  - EveryOne Group has received dozens of phone calls and emails over the last few days from relatives of the last prisoners in Northern Sinai. (Full Story)
Refugees: an Appeal to the State of Israel to Respect their Human Rights
Milan -  I am deeply attached to the State of Israel and its people. For many years I have argued that anti-Zionism has replaced anti-Semitism in Europe. Anti-Semitism is an ideology that stems from the same ethnic hatred that inspired the anti-Jewish persecutions of the past, but it is being exploited by the new anti-Semites to justify their intolerance. (Full Story)
Sinai - New Appeal: Free the Refugees in the Town of Taba
Rome / Arish - North Sinai Governorate: the horrendous trafficking in human beings and organs continues, despite some smugglers releasing hundreds of Eritrean prisoners and, according to local sources, pulling out of the trafficking in human beings. (Full Story)
Sinai, EveryOne Group reports two more traffickers to the Egyptian and international authorities
Rome - EveryOne Group has received news of yet another group of Eritrean prisoners being held by a gang of smugglers in the Sinai. The information comes from the brother of one of the prisoners, who tells us that the criminals are asking for a $30 000 ransom to lead each of the refugees to the border between Egypt and Israel. (Full Story)
Prisoners in the Sinai: latest updates
Rome / Arish - The UNHCR has confirmed that 611 Eritrean refugees were released without ransom by the traffickers in Northern Sinai, and are currently in Israel. (Full Story)
Prisoners in the Sinai: Human Rights Defenders take on the Traffickers
Rome /Arish -  What use are the actions undertaken by human rights defenders? What use are the campaigns, reports and complaints, contacts with the institutions and the media during these operations? Unfortunately, they are sometimes insufficient to prevent humanitarian tragedies taking place, or to save lives. This is not the case, however, for the long campaign that EveryOne Group and other NGOs involved in defending the rights of refugees has carried out to protect sub-Saharan migrants in Northern Sinai. (Full Story)
Corruption, Mafia and Religious Terrorism Behind the Human Organs Trafficking in Egypt
Rome/Arish -  EveryOne Group is continuing its investigations, humanitarian actions and relations with international institutions and NGOs in an attempt to combat the terrible phenomenon of human organ trafficking. (Full Story)
Egypt. Eritrean refugees subjected to inhuman and degrading treatment
There are currently about 300 Eritrean refugees being held in the Aswan prison in appalling sanitary conditions and subjected to inhuman and degrading treatment. Most of the refugees have come from the prison camps run by traffickers in northern Sinai, where they have been subjected to torture, beatings and rape. 

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Egypt: stop the border guards firing on sub-Saharan refugees
Rome / Arish - EveryOne Group and the New Generation Foundation for Human Rights has reported the brutal murder of the young Eritrean refugee Alam Haji (full name Wahra Edrissa Alam Gebrmariam), found with seven bullets in his stomach, shoulder and legs. (Full Story)
EGYPT - POLICE KILL YOUNG WOMAN ON THE BORDER WITH ISRAEL
Rome - On the border between Egypt and Israel, Alam Haji, a young 36-year-old Eritrean woman (in the photos*), a widow and mother of three children, was shot and riddled with bullets by the Egyptian border police on Friday, October 21st, 2011, as she made a vain attempt to cross the border to qualify for international protection.  (Full Story)
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