Sana’a Accuses Coalition of Establishing Dozens of Secret Prisons in Taiz

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Spokesman for the Supreme Council for Human Rights in Sana’a Talat Al-Sharjabi, accused the Saudi-led coalition forces of establishing dozens of secret prisons the city of Taiz.

Al-Sharjabi affirmed in a statement that over 18 secret prisons have been established by the coalition to prisoners and captives, who are subjected to the worst forms of torture.

The previous international human rights reports revealed dozens of secret prisons belonging to the coalition factions in Taiz, and hundreds of detainees and abductees were subjected to the worst types of torture inside secret prisons supervised by the Saudi-backed Islah militants in the Saudi-led coalition-held city of Taiz.

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