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(Ottawa—May 7, 2014)—The April 14th abduction of over 270 girls from a secondary school in Chibok in the state of Borno, Niger ia is a chilling reminder that society’s most vulnerable citizens—our children—remain targets of violence.

Tragically, attacks against girls pursuing an education are all too common in many parts of the world. In recent years, the escalation of violence targeting girls—including sex trafficking, attempted assassinations and mass kidnapping—is testimony to the extraordinary efforts being undertaken to deprive girls of an education and our societies future women leaders.

Three weeks have passed since the girls in northeastern Nigeria were abducted and their families are still living in limbo. The misinformation and apparent inaction of the Nigerian government to secure the girls’ return—as evidenced by the failure of President Goodluck Jonathan to make a public statement on the situation until this past weekend—exacerbates this tragedy.

Urgent action is needed to bring these girls home. We call upon the government of Nigeria to take full responsibility for locating the missing girls, and the international community to fully support and prioritize these efforts. These girls have rights recognized under international law to live free from fear of violence—including sexual violence—and have full access to education.

We also call upon the government of Nigeria to respect freedom of expression, and the rights of activists and citizens across Nigeria publicly expressing their profound concern over the lack of government action in the case of the missing schoolgirls.

We join our hands in solidarity with our Nigerian sisters and activists who are using every means, including street protests and social media, to spur action nationally and globally so that the girls of Chibok are returned safely to their families.

Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate (1976) — Northern Ireland

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Nobel Peace Laureate (1980) — Argentina

Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Laureate (1984) — South Africa

Rigoberta Menchú Tum, Nobel Peace Laureate (1992) — Guatemala

Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Laureate (1997) — USA

Shirin Ebadi, Nobel Peace Laureate (2003) — Iran

Leymah Gbowee, Nobel Peace Laureate (2011) — Liberia

Tawakkol Karman, Nobel Peace Laureate (2011) — Yemen

Dear Fellow Member of World Community


10,000+ killed, 15,000+ missing, 40,000+ injured, 25,000+ illegally detained or imprisoned, 256+ kidnapped, democratically elected president kidnapped, freely elected parliament dissolved, democratically drafted and voted on constitution suspended, 5500+homes destroyed, 125+ houses of worship destroyed, 35+ towns and villages raided and destroyed some by aerial bombardment, 17 satellite stations closed, and journalists, doctors, premeds, and rescue and ambulance crews targeted by sniper killings, are all but some of the crimes committed in broad day light live on the air in less than two months of the bloody military coup against democracy in Egypt of July 3, 2013.

Today Egypt is under occupation by criminal ruthless bloody military regime of thugs and mercenaries. The events since the July 3 bloody military coup put the entire world community in front of it's responsibility to protect the people of Egypt from the mounting crimes against humanity by the coup regime.

On January 25, 2011, the Great people of Egypt waged a stunning peaceful revolution to overthrow military dictatorship that ruled their country for over 60 years. Under military dictatorship life for Egyptians deteriorated in every aspect and ordinary Egyptians were deprived of basic rights and freedoms. Quality of life turned quite miserable, and corruption infested every level of governance and society.

The heroic January 25 revolution was centered on the demand of democracy and dismantle of the military regime and all it's structures. As transitionary period towards democracy, Egyptians have agreed to temporary administration by Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF), conditional that full democracy is established through freely elected parliament, drafting new constitution, and presidential elections through free and transparent electoral process, within a short specific period of time.

By spring 2012, two chambers of parliament were elected, only to have SCAF dissolve lower House of Parliament in unprecedented executive measure relying on very controversial court ruling of unconstitutionality of election laws. Just like military high ranks, judges in Egypt were appointed by presidential executive orders of deposed Mubarak.

On June 30, 2012, president Muhammad Mursi was inaugurated as first democratically elected president ever in the history of Egypt. Faced with disastrous inheritance of deteriorating economy, and still intact institutions of the deep state of Mubarak loyalists, Mursi's task was no short of "mission impossible." Mubarak loyalist deep state is most notable in SCAF, police, court system, media, businessmen, and network of thugs and bullies throughout he country.

Nonetheless, the one year of Mursi governance has miraculously succeeded in injecting significant reforms towards democracy, rights and freedoms, solid healthier economy, more equitable and balanced system of foreign relations, education reforms, administrative reforms, and others in the young democracy.

Today as you set in your meeting, military tanks and airplanes are pounding civilians in their homes and houses of worship, babies and families burned alive, and people are kidnapped from their homes and streets.

A number of countries have admitted to funding the murderous bloody military coup in Egypt, including United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan, and Israel.

On behalf of the Egyptian people and the entire world community we demand the UN General Assembly to take the swift following measures in support of the people of Egypt:

1. Suspend membership of Egypt in all UN bodies, and limit Egyptian representation to representatives appointed by the democratically elected president Dr. Muhammad Mursi.

2. Immediate dispatch of human rights observers to monitor coup crimes against the defenseless people of Egypt.

3. Setting up impartial independent investigative committee into all crimes committed since June 30, 2013. Treating virtually the entire country as crime scene, including but not limited to, Rabaa, Nahda, Republican Guard, Monument, Ramsis, Giza, Dair Mwas, Delga, Alexandria, Matrouh, Arish, Rafah, Sheikh Zuwayyid, Biir AlAbd, Kerdasa, Menya, Ismailiyyah, Port Said, Suez, Mansoura, Tanta, Damanhour, Assiout, Sohag, Mahalla, Kafr AlShaikh, Alf Maskan, and the mass graves in military sites of AlMaza, Gabal AlAhmar, and others.

4. Demand immediate release of the kidnapped elected president, parliament members, and all political prisoners, journalists and activists.

5. Full restoration of Democracy, namely the elected President, elected parliament, and the voted on constitution.

6. End the coup and reverse all it's measures.

7. Ensure full dismantle of deep state of deposed dictator Hosni Mubarak, much of which is tied to the United States and other countries supporting the coup.

8. Set up special tribunals to all those found guilty of crimes against the Egyptian people and their great Jan25 revolution.

9. Full compensation for all crimes committed since the ouster of Mubarak.

10. Full accountability and return of all money and assets of deposed Mubarak regime, including but not limited to, all assets moved and hidden by President Obama's envoy to Mubarak on January 29, 2011, Ambassador Frank Weisner.

Dear fellow UN member.

A democratic Egypt is central to world peace and stability for which our assembly is intended. After heroic decades of peaceful endurance, Egyptian people finally deserve basic entitlement to their own free well and to have their votes and ballet boxes both respected and protected. In the 21st century subjugation of entire population to forceful military rule should no longer be allowed or tolerated.

The Egyptian people look up to the world community to do the right thing. Expel coup representatives and stand with the people of Egypt in their demand for a life with freedom and dignity. Thousands of us have given up their lives taking bullets to their bare chests so our children may grow up in freedom, dignity, democracy, justice, and a state of law.

We do trust our fellow humans will do the right thing, and look forward to resume our role towards a world of peace, harmony, and peaceful co-existence.

Thank you so much for your support

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