Qatar and the Brotherhood are fleeing their scandal with a false report about the UAE‏

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اليمن العربي

The Brotherhood's Islah party, in coordination with the State of Qatar, hastened to publish the report issued by the arms of these parties and accused the United Arab Emirates of establishing secret prisons in southern Yemen in a failed attempt to distort the UAE's role towards Yemen.

Observers saw that the publication of Al-Jazeera, and the Brotherhood's promotion of this report comes after being exposed by the Arab countries because of its deeds to hit the Arab coalition from the back, which was appeared in the statements of the Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad, in which he courted Iran , the biggest devil in Yemen .

The Qatar-based al-Jazeera channel reported on its website a report quoting the Sam organization of rights and freedoms about what it described as a state of the Arab coalition in Yemen in violations of the rights of Yemenis.

The report, which rises to the first criticism by the Qatari-funded channel of the activities of the Arab coalition in Yemen, revealed the existence of secret prisons in the cities of Aden, Mukalla, Socotra and Hadhramout in southern Yemen, and are managed illegally by military formations outside the control of the Yemeni authority.

The report added that these formations are supervised by UAE forces and that these prisons have become a serious phenomenon in Yemen, especially in the capital, Sana'a, and have also spread in the areas of control of the legitimate government, especially in the provinces of Aden and Hadhramout away from the supervision of the judiciary.

The monitoring official in the human rights organization Tawfiq al-Humaidi, said in an interview with al-Jazeera that his organization has all the documents and evidence to prove what is stated in the report, stressing that the accusation of these forces is based on evidence and facts documented by the field monitoring teams of the human rights organization .

Al-Humaidi added in an interview with al-Jazeera that his organization had documented 450 names in Aden and Mukalla, including those who had been killed and some who had been tortured.