A former internee in Emirates (UAE), Refaat Hadaqa, called the absence of the Libyan ambassador to Emirates, Aref Al-Naidh, in the case of detained Libyans in the Emirates, as “shameful”.
Hadaqa said that the Libyan embassy in Emirates didn’t do its role of taking care of its citizens in foreign countries.
The remarks of Hadaqa came at the wake of publishing a post on the Libyan expatriate’s page on Facebook that said the Libyan internee, Saleem El-Aradi, exposed marks of torture on his body, by the Emirate security, in the presence of the Canadian ambassador and consul and American embassy while the Libyan ambassador was absent.
Hadaqa demanded the government to have a clear and serious stance towards this case.
Hadaqa confirmed that communications were made with the American congress, Canadian, European and British parliaments and the United Nations, over the case that all parties know the unfairness and illegality in the case.