Markus Löning, the German Federal Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid. They also headed to visit the headquarter of the parliament, Bundestag, to meet a number of the parliament members. The discussions were with the German officials about many axes, including the current situation of the violated human rights in Egypt under the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood, and about the unrecognized right to conscientious objection by the Egyptian government, and about the bad situations that the conscientious objectors, Emad Dafrawi and Mohamed Fathi are subjected to for their refusal to do the compulsory military service. The discussion included the developments taking place in the Middle East, about the lack of development in the peace process between Israel and Palestine, and about the German role and the international community in providing the proper climate to develop the peace process.
New Profile movement from Israel, where both parties exchanged the experiences in facing the military establishments, and both parties announced their solidarity with conscientious objectors in both countries, Emad Dafrawi, Mohamed Fathi and Natan Blanc. A joint coordination was agreed so that the compulsory military service be abolished in Egypt, Israel and all the countries of the region.