Countries

Official Communications to Governments and Mission Reports by the Special Rapporteur

Afghanistan:

  • Trials of ex-Guantanamo and Bagram detainees (2008) (par.6-12)
  • Draft law against terrorism (2007)(par. 6-7)
Algeria

Australia:

  • Study on human rights compliance while countering terrorism (A/HRC/4/26/Add.3 – 14 December 2006)
  • Cases of Amer Haddara, Shane Kent, Fadal Sayadi, Abdullah Merhi, Ahmed Raad, Ezzit Raad, Hany Taha, Aimen Joud, Abdul Nacer Benbrika, Bassam Raad, Majed Raad, Shoue Hammoud and Izzydeen Attik (2007)(par.12-13 – with reply)

Bahrain:

Chile:

China:

Egypt:

  • Draft counter-terrorism law (49-  56 with reply)
  • Situation of 40 members of the Muslim Brotherhood facing trial at a military court (2007) (42-48)
  • Situation of Ayman Hkiri, Ahamed Lahbib, Mohamed Almadiri and a fourth person (2007)(par.25),
  • Proposed amendment to article 179 of the Constitution of Egypt (2007)(par.26-44 – with reply),
  • Emergency laws and state security courts (2005) (par. 1-2)

El Salvador:

  • Detention of 13 persons at the events in Suchitotoon the 2nd of July 2007 (par. 70-75)
  • Ley Especial contra actos de terrorismo, aprobada el 21 de septiembre de 2006 (Decreto No. 108) (2007) (par. 57-69)

Ethiopia:

  • Situation of Bashir Ahmed Makhtal, Abdi Abdulahi Osman, Ali Afi Jama, and Hussein Aw Nuur Gurraase (2007)(par.45-46)

Fiji:

  • Deaths of Tevita Malasebe, Sakiusa Rabaka, Nimilote Verebasaga in police custody (2007)(par.47-48)

France:

Germany:

  • Secret transfers of terrorist suspects by the United States European Command (EUCOM) headquarters, Stuttgart (2007)(par. 24 – with reply here par. 49-60)

Indonesia:

  • Cases of Mr. Amrozi bin H. Nurhasyim, Mr. Ali Ghufron alias Mukhlas, and Mr. Imam Samudera (2007)(par.26-27); another communication on this issue was sent in 2008 (87-96 – with reply)
  • Cases of Mr. Salah Nasser Salim ‘Ali and Muhammad Farah Ahmed Bashmilah (2005) (par.3-4)

Iran:

Iraq:

  • Group of persons arrested and held in secret detention for prolonged periods in connection with accusations against Mr. Al-Dainy, a former member of Parliament (2009) (19-21)

Israel:

Italy:

Jordan:

  • Legislation applicable to crimes of terrorism, in particular that resulting from the Jordanian Penal Code No. 16 of 1960, as amended pursuant to the Provisional Act No. 54 which entered into force on 8 October 2001, and the Draft Terror Prevention Law (2007)(par.33 – with reply in par.35)
  • Cases of ‘Ali and Bashmilah (2005)(par.5-7), with reply here par.34)

Kenya:

Kyrgyzstan:

  • Case of Mr. Mohammadrafiq Kamoluddin, Mr. Ayubkhodja Shahobidinov and Mr. Fathullo Rahimo (2007) (par.39-40)

Lebanon:

    • Case of Amer Abdullah Hallak, Bora Mohammed Fouad, Faissal Asaad Hashim Akbar, Fuad Ahmed Al Masri, Hani Hashim Al-Shanti, Hassan Mohammed Nabah and others, with reply (2009), par. 28-41)

    Malaysia:

    • Internal Security Act (2005) (par.9) with reply (2007)(par.41)

    Maldives:

    • Law on prevention of terrorism and its application to the case of Mr. Mohamed Nasheed (2007)(par.42 – 43 with reply)

    Mauritius:

    • Legislation applicable to crimes of terrorism (2007)(par. 44-45)

    Morocco:

    New Zealand:

    Pakistan:

    • Case of Mustafa Setmariam Nassar (2009) (par. 47-51)
    • Pakistan Army (Amendment) Ordinance, 2007 (2007) (par. 168-173)
    • Imposition of the state of emergency by the President of Pakistan and the arrest of 70 human rights activists on 3 November 2007 (2007) (par. 154-167)
    • Air strikes by United States unmanned aircraft against targets in Pakistan, each of them resulting in the death of several civilians (2007)(par.48)
    • Case of Mr. Khalid Mehmood Rashid (2007)(par.49-50)

    Peru

    Philippines:

    Russia:

    Saudi Arabia:

    • Detention of Mr. Al-Rushudi, Mr. Al-Basrawi, Dr. Al-Hashimi, Mr. Al-Ghalib, Dr. Al-Qirni, Dr. Al-Shumayri, Mr. Al-Khariji, and the three other persons (2007)(par.98-99)

    Somalia:

    • Situation of Bashir Ahmed Makhtal, Abdi Abdulahi Osman, Ali Afi Jama, and Hussein Aw Nuur Gurraase (2007)(par. 100-101)

    Spain:

    South Africa:

    Sri Lanka:

    • Case J.S. Tissainayagam, editor in chief of the North Eastern Monthly magazine (2009) (par. 83-91, with reply)
    • Detained journalists (2008) (par.244-248)
    • “Emergency (Prevention and Prohibition of Terrorism and Specified Terrorist Activities) Regulations No. 07 of 2006” promulgated by the President on 6 December 2006 and to the “Emergency (Miscellaneous provisions and powers) Regulation No.1 of 2005” (2007) (par.232-243)

    Sudan:

    • Death sentences imposed by counter-terrorism courts in greater Khartoum against 20 men (2008) (par.257-269)
    • Death sentences imposed against 30 men (2008) (par.249-256)

    Sweden:

    Syria:

    • Case of Mustafa Setmariam Nassar (2009) (par. 92-93)

    Tajikistan:

    • Case of Mr. Mahmadruzi Iskandarov (2005)(par.13) with reply (2007) (par.53)

    Thailand:

    Tunisia:

    • Anti-terrorism law 2003-75 (2005)(par.15-16)

    Turkey:

    Uganda:

    • Case of Dr. Kizza Bisegye (2007)(par.61-62)

    United Arab Emirates:

    United Kingdom:

    United States:

    • Case of Naji Hamdan (2009) (par. 124-127, with reply)
    • Statement on the closure of Guantanamo (2008) (par.367-369)
    • Trials of ex-Guantanamo and Bagram detainees (2008) (par.360 -365)
    • Situation of six non-US citizens currently detained at the military detention facility at Guantanamo Bay (2008) (par.349-359)
    • Mission report (A/HRC/6/17/Add.3 – 22 November 2007)
    • Preliminary findings US visit (2007)(par.124)
    • Air strikes by United States unmanned aircraft against targets in Pakistan (2007)(par.67), cases of Ravil Gumarov and Timur Ishmuratov (2007)(par.68),
    • Secret transfers of terrorist suspects by the United States European Command (EUCOM) headquarters (2007)(par.69) (with reply in 2008 here par. 366)
    • Military commissions act  (2007)(par.71)
    • Case of ‘Ali and Bashmilah (2005)(par.22-23)
    • Secret detention centres under US authority (2005)(par.24)

    Uzbekistan:

    • Legal amendments restricting the right to promote the bible outside prayer houses (par.72), case of Mr. Mohammadrafiq Kamoluddin (2007)(par.73-74)
    • Trial and detention of organisers of/participants in the Andijan events (2005)(par.26-27 with reply), further reply in 2008 (par.370-376)

    Yemen:

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