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mouna mohamed Idleh
Fri, 26 Dec 2014 15:39 EST
enseignement secondaire
comme egypt n est pas securite ,donc je veux continuer mes etudes en allamand .
Tue, 4 Feb 2014 12:28 EST
Human rights
Dear friends,

Thousands of East Africans have been kidnapped by sadistic gangs, and tortured in Egypt’s Sinai until their families pay huge ransoms for their freedom. If we show Egypt’s leaders that this dirty secret is out and damaging the Sinai’s tourism reputation, we can force them to end the horror. Sign now:

Haben* was 5 months pregnant when she was kidnapped and brutally beaten by captors demanding a $35,000 ransom from her husband. She then gave birth in shackles, beside other terrified prisoners, with only rusty metal to cut the umbilical cord. This is Egypt in 2014!

Amazingly Haben survived -- but she is one of thousands of Africans abducted and tortured in Egypt’s Sinai by criminal extortion rings. The Egyptian authorities are turning a blind eye, but if we show them that this barbarous secret is out and will damage Egypt's tourist reputation, they could stop the horror.

Every hour these men, women and children are in torture camps is an hour too long. Sign the urgent petition now and forward it to everyone. When we reach 1 million signers, Avaaz will create a massive media storm and place hard-hitting ads in key airports, tourist magazines and websites.


It’s a hundred million dollar underground economy that runs on the misery of the world’s most vulnerable. Eritreans fleeing oppression at home are kidnapped out of refugee camps, sold to local trafficking gangs, smuggled into the Sinai and repeatedly tortured to extort ransom from families who are forced to listen to the brutality over the phone. It's a despicable level of inhumanity that we can help stop!

The Sinai Peninsula is large and parts are lawless -- but the Egyptian government has the power to shut the traffickers down. All they need is the political will to move against these gangs. If our community launches a massive global campaign calling out the Sinai as the epicentre of a torture trade, the government will know the tourist reputation of it's new ‘Red Sea Riviera’ will be on the line, and they will be forced to listen.

Monsters that prey on the suffering and desperation of the most defenceless have no place in our world. Let's do everything we can to stop it. Sign now and share with everyone.


Our community has fought tirelessly to shine a light where the most vulnerable are suffering severe cruelty. Together we have helped protect and empower them from Syria to Pakistan. Let's now help stop this unspeakable persecution in Egypt’s Sinai.

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