Alkarama shares the joy of the families of four Yemeni journalists following their release after eight years of suffering and ill-treatment in Houthi prisons, under the terms of a prisoner and abductee exchange agreement under the auspices of the United Nations and the International Committee of the Red Cross. However, this does not exempt the perpetrators of violations from their responsibility. 

On 13 April 2023, Alkarama submitted its report to the UN Secretary-General (UNSG) regarding two cases of reprisals in Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.

Saudi authorities have released Yemeni journalist Marwan Al Muraisy after nearly five years of arbitrary detention, ill-treatment and suffering inflicted on his family. The authorities decided to deport him to Yemen without granting him compensation for the violations he had suffered.

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 3 April 2023, Alkarama referred to the United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions and the Special Rapporteur on torture the case of Abdulsamed Esmail Mohammed Salem, a Yemeni businessman tortured to death by members of the Saudi security services during his detention at the General Administration for Drug Control centre in Jazan (southwest).

Alkarama addressed UN human rights experts regarding the case of Yemeni politician and Islah party leader Mohammed QAHTAN, who disappeared after his arrest at his home in Sana'a.

On 20 March 2023, UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances called on Iraq to reveal the fate of Iraqi citizen Yahya AL JABOURI, who has disappeared since his abduction on 8 July 2014 from his home. 

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).

Arrest of Ali Sulaiman Masoud Abdel Sayed

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment,

Awad Al-Qarni, a 65-year-old law professor and prominent Saudi preacher, was arrested by the intelligence services (Mahabith) in 2017 during the massive crackdown on preachers, human rights defenders, journalists and businessmen including members of the royal family. He is accused of using social networks (Twitter and WhatsApp) to spread information interpreted as "hostile" to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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