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قوانين تهدد بتقويض البناء الديمقراطي الهش حكومة مرسي تقيّد نشاط المنظمات غير الحكومية في مصر

An Egyptian bangs a pot as he protests against the high prices of goods in Tahrir square in Cairo

عبدالاله مجيد

تعد الحكومة المصرية لإصدار قوانين تضبط نشاط المنظمات غير الحكومية في مصر، من خلال إخضاع تمويلها للاشراف الحكومي المباشر، ومنع المنظمات الأجنبية التي تمولها دولها من العمل في مصر.
يساور إدارة أوباما وحكومات غربية أخرى قلق متزايد من أن الحكم الاسلامي المهزوز في مصر سيأتي على ما تبقى من احتياطيها من العملات الأجنبية، على أن يتخذ اجراءات تقشفية قاسية لا مناص منها للحصول على قروض جديدة من صندوق النقد الدولي.
وفي حين يبدو خطر الانهيار الاقتصادي حقيقيًا، فإنه ليس التهديد الوحيد الذي يقلق الغرب. فالحكومة المصرية على وشك أن تصدر قوانين من شأنها تعطيل النظام الديمقراطي الهش والحد بدرجة كبيرة من قدرة الغرب على التأثير في النهج المتبع في عهد الرئيس محمد مرسي.
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في مقدمة هذه القوانين تشريع يضبط نشاط المنظمات غير الحكومية التي تعتبر اللبنات الضرورية لبناء الديمقراطية. وكانت منظمات حقوق الانسان المستقلة وجمعيات المساعدة القانونية والمنظمات النسائية وغيرها من الجمعيات الأهلية أسهمت في التمهيد لثورة 25 يناير، ويتسم دورها بأهمية بالغة في المرحلة الحالية لترسيخ دعائم الحرية التي انتزعها المصريون بثورتهم.
والمعروف أن منظمات غير حكومية واحزابًا سياسية جديدة تلقت دعمًا أو تمويلًا من مؤسسات أميركية وغربية، مثل المعهد الديمقراطي الوطني والمعهد الجمهوري الدولي وبيت الحرية، كما تلاحظ صحيفة واشنطن بوست.
واشارت الصحيفة إلى أن نظام حسني مبارك كان بين حين وآخر يقمع هذه المنظمات، كما أقام المجلس العسكري الذي حكم مصر في العام 2011 دعوى جنائية ضد عشرات العاملين في هذه المنظمات غير الحكومية، بينهم مواطنون اميركيون.
ونُزع فتيل الأزمة التي حدثت في العلاقات الاميركية – المصرية عندما سُمح للمواطنين الاميركيين بمغادرة مصر، لكن الدعوى المقامة ضدهم ما زالت سارية، وسيصدر الحكم فيها خلال أيار (مايو) المقبل.
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ولم تفعل حكومة مرسي شيئًا لاسقاط الدعوى، بالرغم من تصميمها المعلن على تمكين المجتمع المدني. ويدرس مجلس الشورى الذي يسيطر عليه الاخوان المسلمون فرض قيود على المنظمات غير الحكومية تذهب أبعد بكثير من قيود مبارك، بحسب واشنطن بوست.
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بموجب مشروع القانون الجديد، يخضع تمويل المنظمات غير الحكومية لإشراف الحكومة بكل تفاصيله. وسيكون على هذه المنظمات أن تنال موافقة رسمية على ما تقوم به من مبادرات، ولا يمكن أن تتلقى تمويلًا من الخارج من دون تصريح رسمي بذلك. ويمنع القانون جميع المنظمات الأجنبية التي تتلقى تمويلًا من حكوماتها من العمل في مصر.
ويعني هذا غلق المنظمات الاميركية والالمانية ومنظمات دول أخرى عملت في مجال تطوير المجتمع المدني وتدريب سياسيين ديمقراطيين.
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من الناحية العملية، يدمر القانون الجديد غالبية المنظمات المستقلة في مصر، ويضع المتبقي منها تحت رقابة الحكومة وسيطرتها. وبالتضافر مع قانون آخر يقيد التظاهرات العامة، ستكون المحصلة خنق معارضي مرسي وإجهاض النظام الديمقراطي الذي تعهدت ببنائه، كما ترى صحيفة واشنطن بوست.
وإزاء احتجاج المنظمات غير الحكومية الغربية، أصدر مكتب مرسي بيانًا أكد فيه أن الرئاسة لا تريد التعجل في اصدار القانون. لكن لم يصدر عن الحكومة حتى الآن ما يشير إلى تراجعها عن البنود الأشد ضررًا بالديمقراطية في القانون الجديد.

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New laws would cripple Egyptian democratic institutions

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By Editorial Board, Washington Post

THE OBAMA administration and other Western governments are increasingly concerned that Egypt’s shaky Islamic government will exhaust the country’s foreign reserves rather than adopt the painful austerity measures necessary to win fresh funding from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). While the danger of an economic collapse is real, it is not the only threat the West should be focused on. Cairo is also on the verge of adopting laws that would cripple the country’s fragile new democratic order and drastically reduce the West’s ability to influence Egypt’s course.

Foremost among these is legislation that would regulate nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) — the building blocks of democracy. As in many other countries, Egypt’s independent human rights groups, legal aid societies, women’s groups and other organizations helped lay the groundwork for the 2011 revolution; now they are essential to ensuring that a free society takes root. Many of Egypt’s NGOs and nascent political parties have received funding or training from U.S. and European foundations, such as the National Democratic Institute, the International Republican Institute and Freedom House.

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The former, autocratic government of Hosni Mubarak sporadically sought to repress NGOs, and the military regime that ruled the country in 2011 brought a criminal case against dozens of NGO employees, including a number of U.S. citizens. The flare-up in U.S.-Egyptian relations was defused when the Americans were allowed to leave the country, but the criminal case has continued, with a verdict now set for June. While saying that it is “determined to ensure that civil society is empowered,” President Mohamed Morsi’s government has done nothing to stop the criminal case; and now the legislative Shura Council, which is dominated by the ruling party, is considering restrictions on NGOs that go much further than those of the Mubarak government.

Under the proposed law, which won preliminary approval from the council late last month, the funds of NGOs would be subject to detailed government supervision. Groups would have to obtain official approval for their initiatives and could not receive foreign funding without the government’s permission. Moreover, all foreign organizations that receive funding from governments would be banned from working in Egypt — a stricture that would shut down organizations from America, Germany and elsewhere that have worked to nurture an independent civil society and train democratic politicians.

In effect, the new rules would destroy most of the country’s independent groups and place those that remained under government control. Together with another proposed law drastically restricting public demonstrations, the effect would be to neuter opposition to Mr. Morsi’s government and eviscerate the democratic regime it has promised to uphold.
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Following an outcry by Western organizations, Mr. Morsi’s office issued a statement saying that “in light of the perceived lack of national consensus” on the law, “the presidency has reached out . . . to ensure that the law is not rushed through.” Thus far, however, the government has given no indication that it will retreat from the most harmful provisions, including the ban on congressionally funded U.S. NGOs. The Obama administration and the IMF have been urging Mr. Morsi to reach out to his opponents and build a coalition that can win public acceptance for measures to stabilize the economy. A similar compromise with civil society will be needed to preserve Egypt’s nascent democracy.

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Alligator Shoes & Damn dropped it

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A blond was on vacation in the depths of Louisiana. She wanted a pair of genuine alligator shoes, but didn’t want to pay the high prices.

After unsuccessfully haggling with of one of the shopkeepers, the blond said, “Maybe I’ll just go out and catch my own alligator, so I can get a pair of shoes at a reasonable price.”
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Later in the day, the shopkeeper spotted the young woman standing waist deep in the water, shotgun in hand. She took aim at an alligator, killed it and hauled it onto the swamp bank.
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Lying nearby were several more of the dead creatures. The shopkeeper watched in amazement as the blond flipped the alligator on its back and shouted in frustration,
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“Damn, this one isn’t wearing any shoes either.”

Damn dropped it
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فضيحة ..الشيخ حسين يعقوب تزوج 22 فتاة بكر ويبدل زوجة كل شهرين Scandal :a sheikh a TV Islamic Preacher very respected In Egypt has married 22 Virgins so far

An Islamic TV preacher Hussein Yaccoub was scandalized by a close friend that he has married 22 virgins so far maybe more. He keeps three wives and changes the fourth every two to three months and marries a new on. PIG
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الشيخ محمد حسين يعقوب

قال أستاذ العقيدة والمذاهب المعاصرة، د.محمود الرضواني أنه حين قابل الشيخ محمد حسين يعقوب، منذ 12 عاما، أكد له أنه يتزوج للمرة الثامنة.

وأضاف الرضواني فى حوار مع أنيس الدغيدي منشور على موقع اليوتيوب أن عدد زوجات الشيخ يعقوب وصل إلى 20 وربما 22 فتاة تزوجهن بكراً، وفى سن صغيرة.

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وأوضح الرضواني المشهور بكشفه لكثير من أسرار الشيخ محمد حسان والشيخ محمد حسين يعقوب أن هؤلاء المشايخ يتحايلون على شرع الله بتثبيت 3 زوجات ثم يغيرون الرابعة التى لا تستمر على ذمتهم أكثر من شهر أو شهرين أو 6 أشهر على الأكثر، ثم يطلقونها ويتزوجون غيرها.

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry raises the issue of freedom of expression with Mursi

U.S. accuses Egypt of stifling freedom of expression

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– The United States on Monday accused Egypt of muzzling freedom of speech after prosecutors questioned the most popular Egyptian television satirist over allegations he insulted President Mohamed Mursi and Islam.
John Kerry announced today at a new conference that the obama administration are distrubed at the route Egypt and the Egyptian government are following after the disturbances and recent riots in Egypt and the arrests of citizens. This after the diplomatic offices of the USA have announced the increase in the tightening on freedom of expression on the media and famous media people namely Bassem Youssef and others. with an accusation of insulting president Morsi. Also today the American embassy in Cairo posted on it’s twitter the program of Jon Stewart in which he attacked and rediculed Morsi.

U.S. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland also suggested the Egyptian authorities were selectively prosecuting those accused of insulting the government while ignoring or playing down attacks on anti-government demonstrators.

Bassem Youssef, who rose to fame with a satirical online show after the uprising that swept autocrat Hosni Mubarak from power in 2011, turned himself in on Sunday after the prosecutor general issued an arrest warrant for the comedian on Saturday.

Youssef, whose program is now on television and has been compared to U.S. satirist Jon Stewart’s the Daily Show, is accused of insulting Islam and undermining Mursi’s standing.
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“We have concerns that freedom of expression is being stifled,” Nuland told reporters at her daily briefing, citing Youssef’s arrest and his subsequent release on bail of 15,000 Egyptian pounds ($2,200) on Sunday.

In what seemed a gesture of defiance, Youssef arrived at the prosecutor general’s office on Sunday wearing an oversized graduation hat modeled on one donned by Mursi when he was awarded an honorary degree in Pakistan in March.

The prosecutor general issued the warrant after at least four legal complaints filed by supporters of Mursi, a Muslim Brotherhood politician who was freely elected last June.
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Referring to Youssef’s case, Nuland added: “This, coupled with recent arrest warrants issued for other political activists, is evidence of a disturbing trend of growing restrictions on freedom of expression.”

“The government of Egypt seems to be investigating these cases while it has been slow or inadequate in investigating attacks on demonstrators outside of the presidential palace in December 2012, other cases of extreme police brutality and illegally blocked entry of journalists,” she added. “There does not seem to be an even-handed application of justice here.”

Egypt has been in a state of political turmoil since the ouster of Mubarak, a long-time U.S. ally. The political uncertainty and growing street crime has deterred tourism, a key driver of the Egyptian economy.
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry raised the issue of freedom of expression with Mursi when he traveled to Cairo in early March on his first trip since taking office and the United States will continue to press for respect of human rights, Nuland said. (Reporting By Arshad Mohammed; Editing by Paul Simao)

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