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Egypt: 1. How are identity cards issued (at what age etc)? 2. Is it conceivable that a 22 year old would have on his ID card an address at which he has not lived for over 20 years? 3. Deleted. 4. What is the documentation process for a deferral of military service? How is it policed, and by which authority? 5. What are the various security authorities in Egypt? 6. Which one is responsible for cracking down on Koranists? 7. Is there a border control data base which would identify whether someone has left the country? 8. Would police authorities know that someone is out of the country? 9. If state security wanted to interrogate someone who was overseas, would they be able to check electronically? 10. If they wanted to interrogate someone, is it conceivable that they might contact the house by telephone and then pass the message through a lawyer? 11. Deleted. 12. Deleted. 13. Is there any evidence to suggest that many ordinary Koranists (as opposed to those who are linked to Ahmed Subhy Mansour or those engaged in polemics with the Sheikhs of Al Azhar University) have been rounded up by the security police and detained indefinitely? 14. Deleted.

12 January 2010 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Egypt: 1. How far is Kana from Cairo? 2. Is there any information on the work of the police in Kana? 3. Do members of the police force stamp passports in Cairo? 4. How far is Domiat from Cairo? 5. Is it possible to find out how many police stations there are in Domiat? 6. The address of the police station in Domiat? 7. The number of police officers in Domiat?

15 March 2007 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Egypt: Tension between security forces and the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan) and alleged associates, especially in Dakhalia (1991-present)

6 July 2000 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Egypt: Information on 1) Whether the Traffic Police is a Separate Force from the Central Security Forces (CSF) and State Security Investigations (SSI) in Egypt, 2) Whether the Traffic Police Have any Connection with or Influence Over the Police who Investigate Crimes in Egypt, 3) Whether it is Likely that a Roman Catholic would Be Hired as a Traffic Police Officer in Egypt

8 June 1999 | Publisher: United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services | Document type: Query Responses

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