Washington, D.C.THE Word Organization for Human Rights and Development ( WORD ) in USA welcomes the statement issued by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, which called for an end to the arbitrary detention and mistreatment of the Egyptian human rights activist Rami Kamel Said Salib, who works to defend the human rights of the Coptic minority in the country. WORD appeals to international bodies, particularly the High Commissioner, to exercise its role, which is to pressure the governments of member states of the Human Rights Council to adhere to international treaties and agreements related to freedom of opinion, expression, peaceful assembly, and cooperation with United Nations human rights mechanisms, including international treaty committees and special and country-specific mandate holders And allow the special rapporteurs to visit the country and see the human rights situation on the ground “and not to invoke the use of anti-terrorism legislation in Egypt to target human rights defenders with the aim of suppressing the defense They or their freedom of expression or opposition to the government

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