Public Open Letter To President H.E. Hosni Mubarak, Egypt and Vice President H.E. Omar Suleiman

Public Open Letter To President H.E. Hosni Mubarak, Egypt and Vice President H.E. Omar Suleiman
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TO
President H.E. Hosni Mubarak
Vice President H.E. Omar Suleiman
Abedine Palace
Cairo, Egypt
Fax: (00 202) 2 390 1998; (00 202) 2 795 8016
VERTEIDIGUNGSMINISTER
H.E. Field Marshal Muhammad Tantawi
Ministry of Defence
23 Al Khalifa Al Ma’moun Street
Cairo, Egypt
Fax: (00 202) 2 291 6227
E-Mail: mod@idsc.gov.eg; mmc@afmic.gov.eg ; mod@afmic.gov.eg
OBERBEFEHLSHABER DER MILITÄRJUSTIZ
Director of Military Judiciary
Major-General Ahmed Abd Allah
Military Judicial Department
Cairo, Egypt
Fax: (00 20) 2 2 402 4468 oder
(00 20) 2 2 411 3452 („Fax please“)
(00 20) 2 2 412 0980 („Fax please“)
BOTSCHAFT DER ARABISCHEN REPUBLIK ÄGYPTEN
S.E. Herrn Ramzy Ezz Eldin Ramzy
Stauffenbergstraße 6 – 7, 10785 Berlin
Fax: 030-477 1049
E-Mail: embassy@egyptian-embassy.de
Request for guarantee for human dignity, human rights, freedom of the press and the RELEASE of Human Rights Activists And Journalists
February 4 / 5, 2011

International Emergency Service / Liberty and Peace NOW! Human Rights Reporters / ISMOT International Social And Medical Outreach Team
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Dear President H.E. Hosni Mubarak !
Dear Vice President H.E. Omar Suleiman !

Egypt is a great nation. The nation and the people of Egypt are great and strong. Therefore I do believe there is no fear for you President H.E. Hosni Mubarak and Vice President H.E. Omar Suleiman and actually there is no need to arrest or to detain Human Rights Activists and Journalists, even if they may do come from foreign countries.
As you all know the truth, liberty, peace and love will set all of us free !
Therefore I am asking you PLEASE show grace, compassion and mercy ! PLEASE, release without any delay ALL Human Rights Activists and Journalists which have been ARRESTED demanding human dignity, human rights and have been fulfilling their duties. These people are certainly NO danger to the great nation of Egypt, neither to the authorities of Egypt.
The arrest of Human Rights Activists and Journalists could lead many people in Egypt and in the entire world to the false conclusion, that the authorities and leaders in Egypt are suppressed by fear instead to have confidence.
PLEASE allow all journalists and human rights activists to fulfill their duties as free as possible and without any threat.
It was very good that the day of departure was a day of departure of violence from and for the people and nation of Egypt.
Therefore I am asking you President H.E. Hosni Mubarak and Vice President H.E. Omar Suleiman to show a sign of strength, confidence, law, order, grace, mercy, compassion, for human dignity, human rights and the freedom of the press.

PLEASE release ALL detained or arrested Human Rights Activists and Journalists without any delay and PLEASE allow national and international journalists and media to perform their duties.

President Mubarak you have said: „I do not want to see Egyptians fighting each other !“ Thank you for making this precious statement !

This statement which you have made is a statement for peace and dignity and I am able agree and certainly I do wish that the nation and people of Egypt and all of its neighbors (neighboring nations) will experience and live in PEACE, prosperity, dignity, with freedom of expression, freedom of the press and social justice !
It would be great to receive some information and photographs from the precious and great nation and people of Egypt.
„There is got to be an other answer than war !“ — Amy Goodman, Democracy NOW (www.democracynow.org)
May the Holy G-D will heal and help the people and the nation of Egypt.
Thank you in advance !
All the best and Peace be unto all of you !
Andreas Klamm – Sabaot, Tunisian-French-German journalist, broadcast journalist,
author, founder, managing editor and director of
Liberty and Peace NOW! Human Rights Reporters, www.libertyandpeacenow.org
British Newsflash Magazine, www.britishnewsflash.org
Radio TV IBS Liberty, www.ibstelevision.org
Books by Andreas Klamm as known as Andreas Klamm-Sabaot
Bücher von Andreas Klamm (bekannt auch als Andreas Klamm – Sabaot)

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Liberty, Peace and Media: Amy Goodman And The Freedom Of The Press – Excellent Journalists In Extraordinary Times, (Freiheit, Frieden und Medien: Amy Goodman und die Freiheit der Presse – Excellente Journalisten in außergewöhnlichen Zeiten), Books on Demand Gmbh; Paris, France; (Februar 2009), 276 Seiten, Autor: Andreas Klamm, Journalist. Sprachen, Englisch und deutsch, , bi-lingual; ISBN-10: 2-8106-0269-7 , ISBN-13: 978-2-8106-0269-8, 19,49 Euro.
Liberty and Peace NOW! Human Rights Reporters 2, Human Rights, abuses and violations of Human Rights, international understanding, (Freiheit und Frieden Jetzt ! Menschenrechtsreporter, Missbrauch und Verletzungen von Menschenrechten, internationale Völkerverständigung), Editeur BOD Paris, France, (Februar 2009), 280 Seiten, Autor: Andreas Klamm, Journalist, Sprachen, Englisch und deutsch, bi-lingual, ISBN-10: 2-8106-0427-4, ISBN-13: 9-782-8106-0427-2, 19.49 Euro.
„Liberty and Peace NOW ! Human Rights Reporters“, international media project for Human Rights – internationales Medien-Projekt für Menschenrechte

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Liberty, Peace and Media: Amy Goodman – Excellent Journalists In Extraordinary Times, (Freiheit, Frieden und Medien: Amy Goodman – Excellente Journalisten in außergewöhnlichen Zeiten), Books on Demand Gmbh; Norderstedt, Deutschland; (Februar 2009), 264 Seiten, Autor: Andreas Klamm, Journalist. Sprachen: Englisch und deutsch, bi-lingual, ISBN-10: 3-8370-7473-0, ISBN-13: 978-383707473, 18,90 Euro
Liberty and Peace NOW! Human Rights Reporters, Medienprojekt Menschenrechts-Reporter, Edition 2008, No. 1, Human Rights, abuses and violations of Human Rights, international understanding, (Freiheit und Frieden Jetzt, Menschenrechts-Reporter, Missbrauch und Verletzungen von Menschenrechten, internationale Völkerverständigung), Verlag, Books on Demand Gmbh; Edition 1, (Oktober 2008), 272 Seiten. Autor: Andreas Klamm, Journalist. Sprachen: Englisch und deutsch, bi-lingual), ISBN-10: 3-8370-7243-6, ISBN-13: 978-3-8370-7243-3. 19,99 Euro.
British Newsflash Magazine, Magazin-Buch: Edition 2008, No. 1, Themen und Berichte aus Politik, Soziales und Gesellschaft, 200 Seiten. Autor: Andreas Klamm, Journalist, Verlag, Books on Demand Gmbh, Edition 1, (Juni 2008), Sprachen, Deutsch und englisch, bi-lingual, ISBN-10: 3-8370-4600-1, ISBN-13: 978-3-8370-4600-7, 28,90 Euro.
Die Kinder der John Baptist Mission in Togo: Mission und Hilfe für Kinder, 200 Seiten, Autor: Andreas Klamm, Journalist, Verlag, Books on Demand Gmbh; Edition 1, (August 2008), Sprachen: Englisch und deutsch und Texte von Co-Autoren in französischer Sprache. ISBN-10: 3-8370-5762-3, ISBN-13: 978-3-8370-5762-1, 15,99 Euro
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Blood Shed And War In Egypt: Reports do warn of massacre ahead in few hours !

Blood Shed And War In Egypt: Reports do warn of massacre ahead in few hours !
New York City. February 3, 2011. EMERGENCY NEWS RELEASE, 2.20 GMT, (and) Unconfirmed reports do warn about a planned massacre may ahead a couple of hours in which all Pro-Democracy Supporters in Egypt will be killed. At about 2.20 GMT Mubarak Supporters opened fire with guns on Pro-Democracy Supporters and have injured seven people. According to official reports 3 people have been killed and more than 1500 people have been injured.
Some international observers do believe that the BATTLE OF EGYPT will lead not only in Egypt but in the world to an end of democracy and the Human Rights in this world as we used to know it until February 2, 2011. Unconfirmed reports do indicate that journalists and people which do support human rights and democracy will be hunted down and will be killed in all the world. Some reports and observations may indicate that the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights will be destroyed. The violence in Egypt could easily lead to an international WORLD CRISIS, the end of democracy and human rights in the entire world.

Blood Shed And War In Egypt: Reports do warn of massacre ahead in few hours !

Blood Shed And War In Egypt: Reports do warn of massacre ahead in few hours !
New York City. February 3, 2011. EMERGENCY NEWS RELEASE, 2.20 GMT, (and) Unconfirmed reports do warn about a planned massacre may ahead a couple of hours in which all Pro-Democracy Supporters in Egypt will be killed. At about 2.20 GMT Mubarak Supporters opened fire with guns on Pro-Democracy Supporters and have injured seven people. According to official reports 3 people have been killed and more than 1500 people have been injured.
Some international observers do believe that the BATTLE OF EGYPT will lead not only in Egypt but in the world to an end of democracy and the Human Rights in this world as we used to know it until February 2, 2011. Unconfirmed reports do indicate that journalists and people which do support human rights and democracy will be hunted down and will be killed in all the world. Some reports and observations may indicate that the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights will be destroyed. The violence in Egypt could easily lead to an international WORLD CRISIS, the end of democracy and human rights in the entire world.

Prayers during a Crisis in Egypt

Prayers during Crisis in Egypt
New York City, U.S.A. (SAT-7). The international CEO of satellite TV station SAT-7, Terence Ascott, has published an updated on the Crisis in Egypt. He is asking for prayers that G-d will give wisdom to President Mubarak and his advisors, that they will treat their citizens with dignity and respect and that greater loss of life will be avoided. Terence Ascott wrote: „Pray that Egypt will move into a more positive tomorrow, one that includes greater freedoms and justice for all its people – including the 8 to 10 million Egyptians who are disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ.“ More than 200 people have Egypt have been killed during clashes with citizens and State Security last week, according to Al Jazeera correspondents.

Update from Terence Ascott, SAT-7 CEO
As I write, the situation in Egypt is still in turmoil and no one on Earth knows the outcome. Here are some things we do know:
– Schools, most businesses, banks and newspapers, churches and even hospitals have been closed since Friday due to the violence and curfews.
– The SAT-7 Egypt TV studio/office has been closed for those same reasons.
– Ordinary citizens have been depending on their neighbours to patrol the streets and protect them from looters.
– SAT-7’s four security officers have been staying in the TV studio/
office day and night, sleeping in shifts to protect the building.
– People are hopeful for a change, but some are deeply concerned that extremist Muslim groups might gain control if there is a power vacuum.
– Ordinary Egyptians are beginning to worry that, if the crisis continues much longer, they may have trouble obtaining food and medicines because the shops are beginning to run low on supplies and people have no access to cash. Services such as electricity, transport and water are also under threat because many service workers are staying at home.
– Churches and Christians in Egypt are praying and asking Christians around the world to pray for a resolution to this crisis that will lead to new openness and equality for all members of Egyptian society.
It is difficult to contact our staff in Cairo, but we have talked with a number of them. Most are staying at home and only coming out when the curfew is lifted to buy food and other necessary supplies. They tell us that the city is rationing water so people are also being careful how they use that precious resource in their homes.
Our security staff report that a building near the SAT-7 TV studio/office was looted, but that the local „neighbourhood action committee“ arrested the looters, beating them up in the process. The „committee“ then turned the looters over to army officers who requested that the ad hoc security group refrain from hurting people when they make „citizen’s arrests.“ The SAT-7 security personnel report that the neighbourhood has really gathered together in an atmosphere of solidarity and civic pride, which transcends religious affiliation. The neighbours say they truly appreciate that SAT-7 has 24-hour security officers. One neighbour said, „We are glad you are here because if we fall asleep we know you can warn us if something bad is about to happen.“ The SAT-7 security officers report that the situation seems to have got somewhat better as of Monday, because there are now more army officers and police who have returned to the streets.
SAT-7 has encouraged the rest of its Egypt office staff to stay at home. And because the Internet has been down, we have not been able to transmit any live shows from within the country. But we are broadcasting (from Nicosia) a crawl that runs continually across the bottom of the screen urging prayer for the situation in Egypt. We are hoping to put together a series of special live programmes from Lebanon that will include calls with prominent Christian leaders living in Egypt to discuss the situation on-air.
A large march is taking place today, 1st February. Many people are concerned about what will happen, and they are also worried about the nature of any long-term solution – will their situation be better or could it perhaps get worse? While no one knows for certain, the vast majority of Egyptians are hopeful that positive change will result from the current unrest. Egyptians want change and want a government that is more responsive to their needs and aspirations.
Please join with us as we pray that God will give wisdom to President Mubarak and his advisors, that they will treat their citizens with dignity and respect (and that greater loss of life will be avoided). Pray that Egypt will move into a more positive tomorrow, one that includes greater freedoms and justice for all its people – including the 8 to 10 million Egyptians who are disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ.
We intend to keep you informed of the latest information and how it is impacting our staff and the churches of Egypt, as the situation unfolds.
With a grateful heart,
Terry Ascott
International CEO

SAT-7 Calls for Prayer for Egypt

SAT-7 Calls for Prayer for Egypt
Ministry has 65 employees or co-workers in country and is monitoring the situation carefully
Cairo (Egypt) / London (United Kingdom). February 1, 2011. SAT-7 is in a unique position in times of crisis to be able to offer support, wise counsel and encouragement to its viewers. Following the recent bomb attack on a church in Alexandria SAT-7 interrupted its normal programming to broadcast special live programmes giving local Church leaders a chance to respond and minister to people. Although all of SAT-7’s five channels remain on air, the current unrest in Egypt has affected SAT-7’s scheduled live programming from the Egypt studios which have been cancelled due to the unavailability of communication services. Please pray that these services become available once again so that we can continue this aspect of our ministry to the Egypt Church.

Statement from SAT-7 International CEO Terence Ascott:
„We, like many others, are very concerned about the situation in Egypt. We have many staff there and of course we are anxious to ensure that they all remain safe during this time of turmoil. On a personal level, I was also distressed to hear this morning that my son, who is a teacher in Cairo, was among the 2,000 injured in yesterday’s demonstrations – hit in the face by a rubber bullet as he passed out water bottles to both demonstrators and the security forces alike.
Mobile phone lines have been periodically disconnected in the country so it is generally difficult to contact people living there – because most rely exclusively on their mobile phones. The Internet has also been down. But landlines seem to be functioning and we have heard that most of our team is staying out of harm’s way.
The anger being vented on the streets against the Egyptian authorities is based on years of pent-up frustration. The country has experienced decades of stagnation – economic, educational and political. The lack of freedoms and opportunity has left an entire generation feeling hopeless.
Our prayer is that the current unrest will eventually result in positive change leading to greater justice, security and political openness in the country – for all Egyptians including the Christian minority which, historically, has often been neglected and marginalized. But this is not a religious revolt, it is a political one, and SAT-7 is not a political entity. So we encourage Christians everywhere to pray that President Mubarak and his advisors will have wisdom in how best to respond to the justifiable frustrations of the Egyptian people, and that the violence will not lead to an even greater loss of life.
Our Egypt office has asked specifically for prayer for the following:
· For safety for the staff as they face the same issues as all other Egyptians – uncertainty, danger, and fear.
· For freedom of movement without worry of violence.
· For protection for the Egypt office and equipment.
· For unity amongst Christians and an outpouring of love by the Church.
· For the ability to once again produce live programmes to support the local Church.
I and the SAT-7 leadership will continue to monitor the situation in Egypt carefully. SAT-7 is also joining with the 10 million or more Christians of Egypt in calling on believers around the world to pray for a peaceful, just, and positive outcome to result from the political storm raging across the country at this time.

SAT-7 Calls for Prayer for Egypt

SAT-7 Calls for Prayer for Egypt
Ministry has 65 employees or co-workers in country and is monitoring the situation carefully
Cairo (Egypt) / London (United Kingdom). February 1, 2011. SAT-7 is in a unique position in times of crisis to be able to offer support, wise counsel and encouragement to its viewers. Following the recent bomb attack on a church in Alexandria SAT-7 interrupted its normal programming to broadcast special live programmes giving local Church leaders a chance to respond and minister to people. Although all of SAT-7’s five channels remain on air, the current unrest in Egypt has affected SAT-7’s scheduled live programming from the Egypt studios which have been cancelled due to the unavailability of communication services. Please pray that these services become available once again so that we can continue this aspect of our ministry to the Egypt Church.

Statement from SAT-7 International CEO Terence Ascott:
„We, like many others, are very concerned about the situation in Egypt. We have many staff there and of course we are anxious to ensure that they all remain safe during this time of turmoil. On a personal level, I was also distressed to hear this morning that my son, who is a teacher in Cairo, was among the 2,000 injured in yesterday’s demonstrations – hit in the face by a rubber bullet as he passed out water bottles to both demonstrators and the security forces alike.
Mobile phone lines have been periodically disconnected in the country so it is generally difficult to contact people living there – because most rely exclusively on their mobile phones. The Internet has also been down. But landlines seem to be functioning and we have heard that most of our team is staying out of harm’s way.
The anger being vented on the streets against the Egyptian authorities is based on years of pent-up frustration. The country has experienced decades of stagnation – economic, educational and political. The lack of freedoms and opportunity has left an entire generation feeling hopeless.
Our prayer is that the current unrest will eventually result in positive change leading to greater justice, security and political openness in the country – for all Egyptians including the Christian minority which, historically, has often been neglected and marginalized. But this is not a religious revolt, it is a political one, and SAT-7 is not a political entity. So we encourage Christians everywhere to pray that President Mubarak and his advisors will have wisdom in how best to respond to the justifiable frustrations of the Egyptian people, and that the violence will not lead to an even greater loss of life.
Our Egypt office has asked specifically for prayer for the following:
· For safety for the staff as they face the same issues as all other Egyptians – uncertainty, danger, and fear.
· For freedom of movement without worry of violence.
· For protection for the Egypt office and equipment.
· For unity amongst Christians and an outpouring of love by the Church.
· For the ability to once again produce live programmes to support the local Church.
I and the SAT-7 leadership will continue to monitor the situation in Egypt carefully. SAT-7 is also joining with the 10 million or more Christians of Egypt in calling on believers around the world to pray for a peaceful, just, and positive outcome to result from the political storm raging across the country at this time.

Free Egypt Emergency Communication (FEEC)

Free Egypt Emergency Communication
London. February 1, 2011. Google—Egyptians can tweet by leaving a voicemail, no Internet required !

Engineers from Twitter, Google and Say Now have been working hard to provide FREE Communication Service in Egypt, while the entire communication structure is blocked.
It’s already live and anyone can tweet by simply leaving a voicemail on one of these international phone numbers
+16504194196 or +390662207294 or +97316199855.

The service will instantly tweet the message using the hashtag #egypt. No Internet connection is required. People can listen to the messages by dialing the same phone numbers or going to twitter.com/speak2tweet