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Internet-user Abdel Rahman Shaguri released from prison

first_img Organisation Reporters Without Borders noted the release from jail of Internet-user Abdel Rahman Shaguri on 31 August one week after completing his sentence for “publishing lies” but condemned his conviction as “utterly unjustified”. “This man spent more than two and a half years in prison and was tortured just for sending news by email,” the worldwide press freedom organisation said. News RSF_en Help by sharing this information September 13, 2005 – Updated on January 25, 2016 Internet-user Abdel Rahman Shaguri released from prison Reporters Without Borders noted the release from jail of Internet-user Abdel Rahman Shaguri on 31 August 2005 one week after completing his sentence for “publishing lies” but condemned his conviction as “utterly unjustified”.”This man spent more than two and a half years in prison and was tortured just for sending news by email,” the worldwide press freedom organisation said.”We also want to use this occasion to repeat our call for the release of cyberdissident Massud Hamid, imprisoned in Syria since July 2003″, it added.Intelligence officials arrested Shaguri on 23 February 2003, for emailing a newsletter taken from the website thisissyria.net, which is banned in Syria. The supreme state security court sentenced him on 20 June 2004 to two and a half years in prison. The charge against him specified that the articles he sent had “harmed the image and security of Syria”.Shaguri served his entire sentence at the Saidnaya military prison where he was reportedly tortured by members of the military secret services.Police arrested journalism student Massud Hamid, on 24 July 2003 and he remains imprisoned at Adra jail near Damascus. He was picked up one month after the publication of photos he took, on 25 June, during a peaceful Kurdish demonstration in front of the Unicef offices in Damascus. The photos were posted on the Kurdish language site amude.com.The state security court sentenced him on 10 October 2004 to three years in prison for membership of a secret organisation and for attempting to “attach a part of Syrian territory to another country”.The young man, who has also reportedly been tortured in prison on several occasions, is now in a very poor state of health. last_img read more

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Decision on the patronage for two new secondary schools in Mungret…

first_imgSenator Kieran O’DonnellSenator Kieran O’DonnellLimerick Senator Kieran O’Donnell has been advised by Education Minister Richard Bruton that the decision on the patronage for the two new Limerick secondary schools at Mungret and Castletroy is imminent. “Many parents of primary children living in the Dooradoyle/Raheen/Mungret and Castletroy areas have been in touch with me about the delay with the announcement of the patronage for both of these two schools,” he told the Limerick Post.“I have held meetings with Minister Bruton and the Department of Education looking to speed up this process. The Minister now advises me that a decision will be taken and announced very shortly. A delay has arisen because these two schools are part of a bundle of nine new secondary schools being assessed for patronage at the same time. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “Minister Bruton informs me that the New Schools Establishment Group (NSEG), an external independent advisory group which overseas the patronage process is meeting next week. Shortly thereafter, this group will issue a report with recommendations to him on the patronage which he will then consider and make a final decision. The Minister will then announce the patron for each school. “I have impressed upon the Minister that parental patron preference has to be central to the decision making process. “Furthermore, I have asked the Minister to confirm the timeframe for the planning and building of each of these two new secondary schools. Mungret is due to open in September 2017, with Castletroy to follow in September 2018. Planning has yet to be applied for the already selected Mungret site with site selection yet to happen for Castletroy. “It is extremely anxious and frustrating for parents to be attending open nights for both of these schools with various potential patrons and not knowing who will be the ultimate patrons. “Parents and pupils need certainty on a numbers of factors, including school patrons, site locations and when the construction of permanent school buildings will get underway. We cannot have pupils and teachers in prefabs for any lenght of time. “I will continue to pursue this matter with the Minister for Education and his Department to ensure that these two secondary schools are functioning effectively as quickly as possible.  Email WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsDecision on the patronage for two new secondary schools in Mungret and Castletroy is imminentBy Alan Jacques – October 20, 2016 1048 TAGSlimerickSenator Kieran O’Donnell Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Twitter Print Previous articleQuad thefts and men robbed at knifepointNext articleLimerick motorists urged to slow down Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie center_img Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Linkedin Facebook Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads last_img read more

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