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Governments in the Arab world have violently dispersed demonstrations apparently inspired by or in solidarity with Egypt's democracy protesters and have detained some of the organizers, Human Rights Watch said today.
A call to protest "against the monocracy, corruption and tyranny" were launched through civil society and social networks such as Facebook and Twitter in Syria. Several demonstrations, which were supposed to take place between Friday and Saturday in several cities across the country, were not in the end followed, with a few exceptions such as in Hassakeh and in some neighbourhoods of some cities.
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information today said that impunity in Egypt must be put to an end. The last incident was the abduction of activist Wael Ghoneim for 12 days at SSI He was released as a result of public pressure and Google campaign worldwide in which many Egyptian youth, independent media organizations and some human rights organizations took part.
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information denounced today the detention of an Emirates citizen , Hasan Mohamed elHamady in Khorfikan on 4/2/2011 for supporting the Egyptian revolution that was sparked by the Egyptian youth and which millions started to follow demanding democracy and Mubrarak to step down.