Title Egypt: 1. What restrictions or forms of discrimination do Jehovah's Witnesses face in practising their religion in Egypt? To what extent are they forced to practice underground, and what are the likely consequences if they do not? 2. How are Jehovah's Witnesses treated by members of the community (both Muslims and Copts) in Egypt? Have they been subject to incidences of violence or harassment? 3. How are Jehovah's Witnesses treated by the Egyptian authorities? Is state protection available to them?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 18 November 2009
Country Egypt
Topics Freedom of religion | Jehovah's Witness | Religious discrimination
Citation / Document Symbol EGY35721
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Egypt: 1. What restrictions or forms of discrimination do Jehovah's Witnesses face in practising their religion in Egypt? To what extent are they forced to practice underground, and what are the likely consequences if they do not? 2. How are Jehovah's Witnesses treated by members of the community (both Muslims and Copts) in Egypt? Have they been subject to incidences of violence or harassment? 3. How are Jehovah's Witnesses treated by the Egyptian authorities? Is state protection available to them?, 18 November 2009, EGY35721, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f4233c12.html [accessed 23 July 2014]
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