Amnesty slams UAE over conditions of prisoners of conscience amid COVID-19

Amnesty International showed extreme criticism over United Arab Emirates on destructive conditions of prisoners of conscience being held in the Gulf country in a flag of the pandemic outbreak in jail.

Amnesty Gulf shared a tweet which called, “It appears that the conditions of prisoners in the UAE are from bad to worse. Family visits have been halted & phone calls interrupted. However the UAE should be transparent about persons and the situations inside of them.”

Furthermore, the organization spoke about Ahmed Mansoor, Abdallah Al-Shamsi, Abdel Rahman Chouman and Ahmed Sobeh and over their health conditions calling grave and considerable concerns especially after Chouman and Sobeh’s families informed it about their infections from coronavirus in detention at the Al-Wathba Prison

Amnesty International showed extreme criticism over United Arab Emirates on destructive conditions of prisoners of conscience being held in the Gulf country in a flag of the pandemic outbreak in jail.

Amnesty Gulf shared a tweet which called, “It appears that the conditions of prisoners in the UAE are from bad to worse. Family visits have been halted & phone calls interrupted. However the UAE should be transparent about persons and the situations inside of them.”

Furthermore, the organization spoke about Ahmed Mansoor, Abdallah Al-Shamsi, Abdel Rahman Chouman and Ahmed Sobeh and over their health conditions calling grave and considerable concerns especially after Chouman and Sobeh’s families informed it about their infections from coronavirus in detention at the Al-Wathba Prison

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