Category Archives: Tahrir-ICN statement

EGYPT: Tahrir-ICN statement on the designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization

27 December 2013

On 25 December the military regime declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization in the latest of a range of repressive measures used to crack down on political opponents. Punishments for those associated with the group include a five year prison sentence for anyone who participates in Muslim Brotherhood protests, is proved to be a member of the group, promotes them either in writing or speech or is caught with materials from the Muslim Brotherhood. Those in a leadership position could face life imprisonment or even the death penalty. Part of the justification for this designation was the recent bombing in the city of Mansoura which the regime has attributed to the Brotherhood, even though another group, Ansar Beit Al Maqdis has claimed responsibility. Read the rest of this entry

Tahrir-ICN statement on events in Egypt

The events of the past couple of days are the latest step in a sequence of events by which the military can consolidate its hold on power, aim towards the death of the revolution and a return to a military/police state. Read the rest of this entry

SYRIA: Statement by Tahrir-ICN on the Syrian revolution and international response

07.04.2013 by Tahrir-ICN

يظهر النص العربي بعد النص الانكليزي

Comrades, this is the first ever statement by Tahrir- International Collective Network. We were established as a channel for voices from the anti-authoritarian movements in the Middle East, North Africa and Europe, as a means to understand and learn from each others struggles. As such we never imagined to do statements in our name- but the current situation in Syria, or more rightly the response to it, compels us to speak out. Read the rest of this entry