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Dr. Al-Marri: We are working to report, monitor and resolve the humanitarian cases affected by the blockade

Oct 16 2017

Algeria 16/10/2017 Dr. Ali bin Samih Al-Marri, president of Qatar National Human Rights Committee, stated that the committee works to monitor and report the humanitarian cases and find ways to resolve them, especially the situation of workers, other vulnerable groups including women, children, persons with disabilities, detainees…etc. This came in the context of the working paper presented by Dr. Al Marri in the General Assembly meeting of the Arab...

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Dr. Al Marri met with chairs of NHRIs of Algeria, Oman and Egypt

Oct 16 2017

The President of the Human Rights Council in Egypt expressed his readiness to resolve the issues of Qatari property owners and students The President of Qatar National Human Rights Committee, Dr. Ali bin Smaikh Al Marri, met with Ms. Fafa Zerrougui, President of the National Council for Human Rights in Algeria, Mr. Abdullah Bin Shouine Al Hosani, Chairman of Oman Human Rights Commission, and Dr. Mohammed Fayeq, president of Human Rights council in...

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Dr. Al-Marri calls for drafting a charter of honor among Arab national human rights institutions During his speech at the General Assembly of the Arab Network of National Human Rights Institutions in Algeria

Oct 15 2017

Dr. Ali bin Samih Al-Marri, president of Qatar National Human Rights Committee, called for the drafting of a charter of honor among Arab national human rights institutions in order to achieve their goals regardless of political disputes. Al-Marri called on National Institutions in the Arab region to further cooperate to develop mechanisms to protect and promote human rights, as well as to play its leading role in dealing with any violations that may...

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190 Qatari students studying in Egypt are affected gross violations of the right to education

Oct 3 2017

Qatar National Human Rights Committee explained that it has received up to 190 complaints from Qatari students studying in Egyptian universities; they are prevented from completing their studies and some of them were prevented from entering final exams in September 2017, due to the recent measures taken by the Egyptian authorities that oblige the Qatari Students to obtain security approval for the purpose of obtaining the entry visas to complete their...

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British Parliamentary Investigation Committee calls for lifting the blockade imposed on the state of Qatar

Sep 29 2017

Dr. Ali bin Samih Al-Marri, president of Qatar National Human Rights Committee, met at the Committee’s headquarters with the Parliamentary investigation Committee of the British Parliament, headed by Mr. Graham Morris. Dr. Al-Marri discussed during the meeting a detailed explanation of the human rights violations caused by the blockade imposed on Qatar. While the Parliamentary investigation Committee held a press conference at the headquarters...

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NHRC received a delegation of members of the British Parliament

Sep 27 2017

The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) received at its headquarters the British parliamentary delegation from the House of Lords and the House of Representatives headed by MP Graham Morse. Ms. Maryam Bint Abdullah Al Attiyah, Secretary General of the Committee gave a brief on the effects of the blockade imposed on Qatar since 5 June 2017, and the steps taken by the Committee at the national, regional and international levels. The British parliamentary...

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Intensive meetings with representatives of the Republican and democratic Parties… President of the National Human Rights Committee commends the strong will of the US Congress to bring the violations of the embargo States to the table

Sep 27 2017

Dr. Ali Bin Smaikh Al Marri, president of Qatar National Human Rights Committee, said that during his meetings with a number of Congressmen, he witnessed a strong will to bring the file of human rights violations to the US Congress. This followed his meeting with Mr. Mike Capawano, Mr. Stephen Lynch, Mr. David Cecilin and Ms. Nita Lowe at the US Congress, where he gave a detailed explanations of human rights violations resulted of the blockade, where...

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Statement of Qatar National Human Rights Committee on the violation of the right to private property by the United Arab Emirates

Jul 20 2017

Imposing the siege, severing the diplomatic relations with the State of Qatar and the adoption of a number of arbitrary measures and decisions violate all human rights norms and principles and led to gross and flagrant violations of a range of civil, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to private property. This unjust blockade has affected the rights of Qatari investors and residents of Qatar who own private property in the United...

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NHRC notes that it shall raise its concerns to the international human rights mechanisms, if restrictions on Hajj procedures are not lifted

Jul 18 2017

In its statement, NHRC notes that if restrictions are not lifted and Hajj procedures are not facilitated for Qatari pilgrims while guaranteeing their safety and security, the National Human Rights Committee shall raise its concerns to the international human rights mechanisms, including the Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, UNESCO and other relevant international agencies, since it is unacceptable to politicize religious rites and...

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Human Rights Watch: the siege on Qatar resulted in gross human rights violations

Jul 13 2017

New York: July 13, 2017 Human Rights Watch noted in a report released today that the siege imposed on the State of Qatar by the UAE, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia has resulted in gross human rights violations, including violations of the right to freedom of expression, right to reunification of families, right to health care, Food and water, pointing out that the researchers documented 50 cases of violations reported by citizens from Qatar, Bahrain and...

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