We wish to associate ourselves with the statement by the leaders from fifteen North African and Middle Eastern countries meeting recently in Amman, Jordan, which is attached. We support their call upon President Hosni Mubarak to resolve this mat

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We wish to associate ourselves with the statement by the leaders from fifteen North African and Middle Eastern countries meeting recently in Amman, Jordan, which is attached. We support their call upon President Hosni Mubarak to resolve this matter
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   H.E. Husni Mubarak 6 July 2007 President of the Arab Republic of Egypt `Abedin Palace Cairo, Egypt Re: Saadeddine Ibrahim Excellency, We are deeply concerned over the recent escalation of the Egyptian official media and political party campaign against Dr. Saadeddine Ibrahim, and especially the effort by some members of the ruling party in Egypt to raise false charges against him for which he has previously been exonerated. We wish to associate ourselves with the statement by the leaders from fifteen North African and Middle Eastern countries meeting recently in Amman, Jordan, which is attached. We support their call upon President Hosni Mubarak to resolve this matter in its early stages and ensure Dr. Ibrahim’s safe return, without sanctions, to his home country. Respectfully, Jennifer L. Windsor Executive Director Freedom House Richard C. Rowson President Council for a Community of Democracies Member, International Steering Committee of the Community of Democracies Theodore J. Piccone Executive Director Democracy Coalition Project Members of the International Steering Committee (nongovernmental) of the Community of Democracies Vo Van Ai Founder and President of the Vietnam Committee on Human Rights Yuri Dzhibladze President of the Center for the Development of Democracy and Human Rights Morton H. Halperin Director of U.S. Advocacy for the Open Society Institute Paul Graham Executive Director of the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA) and Chair of the International Steering Committee of the Community of Democracies   Ayesha Imam Chair of the African Democracy Forum   Democracy Coalition Project  , 1120 19th St. NW Suite 701, Washington, DC 20036, Phone: (202) 721-5626, Fax: (202) 721-5658 The Council for a Community of Democracies , 1801 F Street, NW, Suite #308, Washington, DC 20006, Phone: (202) 789-9771, Fax: (202) 789-9764 Freedom House , 1301 Connecticut Ave. NW, Floor 6 Washington DC 20036, Phone: (202) 296-5101, Fax: (202) 296-5078 Robert LaGamma Executive Director, Council for a Community of Democracies Oumar Makalou President, Executive Secretariat of the nongovernmental Process of the Community of Democracies Mohsen Marzouk Executive Coordinator Al- Kawakibi Democracy Transition Center Matteo Mecacci Representative of the Transnational Radical Party at the United Nations Ilona Mihaies Executive President, Euroregional Center for Democracy Yousry Moustapha Human Rights Coordinator Richard C. Rowson President and CEO of the Council for a Community of Democracies Maysing Yang  Vice President, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy Dieudonne Zognong Secretary, African Democracy Forum Enclosure: Press release from Al-Kawakibi Democratic Transition Center June 21, 2007
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