The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has recognized the arbitrary nature of the deprivation of liberty of Libyan citizen Ali Suleiman Masoud Abdel Sayed and stressed the responsibility of the Libyan government for the violations committed against him.
On 14 August 2023, Alkarama urgently addressed the UN Working Group on Enforced Disappearances regarding the disappearance of the two brothers Aboubakr and Embarek AL KHAZMI after their arrest by the combined forces of Misrata on 7 September 2021 at their family home located in Beni Walid (180 km southwest of Tripoli).
Mustafa Taleb Younes Abdelkhalek Al Darsi, 55, was released late in the afternoon on 30 April 2023 after eight years of arbitrary detention in a worrying state of health, Alkarama learned from family sources.
The United Nations (UN) Independent Fact-Finding Mission on Libya has expressed deep concern about the deteriorating human rights situation in the country and concluded that there are grounds to believe that the state, security forces and armed militias have committed a wide range of crim
On 27 March 2023, Alkarama submitted to the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention the case of Libyan citizen Ali Sulaiman Masoud ABDEL SAYED arrested by members of the 8th Security Division of the Ministry of Interior of the Government of National Accord (GNA) on 17 August 2016 at 10 p.m. on public roads in Ain Zara (southern Tripoli).
At the conclusion of its visit to Libya, the UN Independent Fact-Finding Mission on Libya stressed the responsibility of the Libyan authorities to take decisive steps to provide justice and redress to the vast number of victims suffering long-standing violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in the country.
On 23 September 2022, Alkarama addressed the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention regarding the situation of Colonel Osama Muhammad Saleh AL GHAFIR AL OBEID who was captured in 2016 by General Khalifa Haftar's militia while securing oil installations in the Sirte region.