The Spokesman of Sana’a forces, Brigadier General Yahya Sarie, confirmed that most of coalition prisoners were captured on the fronts, noting that 70 prisoners were from Al-Qaeda, in addition to those involved in raising GPC coordinates and killing civilians.
Brigadier General Sarie said that the coalition has demanded al-Qaeda prisoners who have major crimes.
He revealed that many prisoners of Sana’a were killed in enemy’s prisons.
He said: Many of the released prisoners returned bearing signs of torture, even some of them were tortured days before they were released.
He continued, saying: We honor our prisoners, protect them from air strikes, transport them to safe places, and allow them to communicate with their families.