After Being Detained in Saudi Prisons, 32 Fishermen Released
32 fishermen arrived at the fishing port of Al-Salif district on Wednesday in Hodeidah province after being detained by the Saudi coalition prisons.
Head of the General Authority for Fisheries and Fishing Ports in the Red Sea Hashem al-Dane’i said that the coalition forces in the Red Sea arrested the fishermen while practicing fishing near Dahrab island in Yemeni territorial waters and looted their hunting crop and all their possessions and took them to prison on the island of Fursan.
Al-Dane’i condemned the ongoing practices, kidnappings, and violations of Yemeni fishermen by the forces of Saudi coalition aimed at tightening the noose on them and compounding their suffering.
Al-Dane’i directed that returning fishermen be given all care, attention, and work to create conditions and possibilities for their normal lives, enabling them to overcome difficult living conditions as the blockade continued.