Sana’a accused coalition of killing seven Detainees

some parties in the Saudi coalition insisted that the deal include a number of Al-Qaeda members.

The head of pro-Houthis Committee for Prisoners’ Affairs, Abdul Qader Al-Murtada, revealed that seven of the prisoners in the Saudi coalition’s prisons, who were included in the exchange list, had been killed.

He added: “we believe that they were liquidated, and the forensic doctor confirmed that they were tortured and we will reveal the details in the coming days.

He confirmed that some parties in the Saudi coalition insisted that the deal include a number of Al-Qaeda members and individuals that committed bombings and assassinations.

In an interview with Almasirah, Al-Murtada said that the forces of the coalition refused to include Saudi prisoners, who were captured at the border frontlines, during the exchange deal, explaining that it was agreed to conclude a new deal waiting for the United Nations to organize the meeting.