Speaking truth to power

HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS

UN TESTIMONY

Mohamed Eljahmi

Mohamed Eljahmi

Mohamed Al-Jahmi is a a pro-democracy activist and brother of leading Libyan dissident Fathi Al-Jahmi. A civil engineer, Fathi Al-Jahmi served as governor of Libya’s gulf province until 1972. In 2002 he was arrested for making a speech in Tripoli in favour of free speech and human rights and was freed only after the intervention of then-Senator Joe Biden. Numerous other imprisonments followed, often accompanied by torture and the denial of medical treatment. These contributed to his untimely death in 2009.

Speeches

  • UN Human Rights Council (15th Session)

    September 20, 2010
  • 2010 UNW Side Event on Libya

    September 16, 2010
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