National Committee for Prisoners’ Affairs Condemns Torture of Prisoner to Death in Taiz
The National Committee for Prisoners’ Affairs condemned the torture of prisoner Mukhtar Ali al-Yousfi, till he died of torture by Saudi-led mercenaries in Taiz province.
In a statement, the Committee explained that the coalition mercenaries abducted al-Yousfi three years ago and brutally tortured him throughout the past period to death.
The committee held the forces of aggression and its mercenaries morally and legally responsible for this crime.
It stressed that the crime and the previous crimes against prisoners and abductees are a stain added to the criminal record of the states of aggression and their mercenaries.
The statement called on the UN envoy to condemn this crime and its previous crimes, which are a flagrant breach of the Swedish Agreement, which stressed the need to protect prisoners and detainees from all sides.
It also called on international and local organizations to condemn the crime and to take serious action to protect prisoners and detainees in the prisons of the forces of aggression and their mercenaries.