|Home | Bookmark | Tell||Active petitions in over 75 countries||Follow GoPetition|
Justice to African Refugees who were Butchered in the Sinai
Petition Background (Preamble):
These allegation were confirmed by CNN's Fred Pleitgen recent investigative documentary which was aired at the beginning of November 2011. Fortunately following CNN's broadcast, for some unknown reasons, some these helpless refugees who are mainly from dictatorial horn of African countries like Eritrea, Ethiopia and the Sudan fleeing hunger, human rights abuses, conflicts, and unemployment are/were unable to pay the demands of Bedouin human traffickers in Sinai desert for large amounts of cash to take them into Israel, are now arriving to Israeli-Egyptian border safely - according to UNHCR.
However, it would be a shame if we allow the perpetrators to go away with the horrendous crimes they committed against fellow human-beings to make profit which among others includes forced slavery, rape, torture and above all cutting the bodies of refugees and let them bleed to death in barbaric, undignified and inhumane manner in order to to steal and sell their body organs to greedy and heartless surgeons who put money above precious human lives.
Dr. Essam Sharaf, Prime Minister of Egypt
1Ambassador Mohamed Kamel Ali Amr,
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Mr. Mansour Abdel Kerim Moustafa Essawy, Minister of Interior
Dr. Ahmed Hassan Al-Boraei Ahmed Al-Boraei, Minister of Manpower and Migration
Counselor Mohamed Abdel Aziz Ibrahim El-Gendy, Minister of Justice
Dr. Gouda Abdel Khalek El-Sayed Mohamed, Minister of Social Solidarity and Justice
Obiang Nguema Mbasogo Chairperson of African Union
Ban Ki-moon Secretary-General of the United Nations
José Manuel Barroso President of the European Council
The Justice to African Refugees who were Butchered in the Sinai petition to Dr. Essam Sharaf, Prime Minister of Egypt was written by Theodros Arega and is in the category Human Rights at GoPetition. Contact author here. Petition tags: sinai desert, african refugees, organ theft, egyptian police