The government of Saudi Arabia for two months was kept under arrest two journalists who had been missing

Власти Саудовской Аравии в течение двух месяцев содержат под арестом двух журналистов, которые считались пропавшими без вести

The government of Saudi Arabia for several months kept under arrest of two Arab journalists. This was stated by the international human rights organization “reporters without borders”. About it reports Reuters.

“The journalist of Yemen, Marwan al -, Morisi has been missing since June 2018, and Jordanian Abdel Rahman, the Farhan, who worked in Qatar television network Al Jazeera, disappeared in February,” the message reads, “Reporters without borders”.

Spouse, Murisi last week wrote on Twitter that she got a brief phone call, the first after his disappearance, confirming that he’s still alive.

She hopes to be able to visit him and soon he will be released.

Family Farhan, who lives in the Eastern city of Dammam, said that the journalist will be released soon.

The government of Saudi Arabia informed the Embassy of Jordan, noted, “reporters without borders”.

Where there are men, is not known.

After the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year, in the Consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul and arrest of about a dozen women human rights defenders, Riyadh exposed to more and more attention from the world community.

Later it became known that the journalist during interrogation, murdered the staff of Saudi intelligence.

In December 2018, the U.S. Senate approved a resolution that places the responsibility for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi to the crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman al-Saud.

Власти Саудовской Аравии в течение двух месяцев содержат под арестом двух журналистов, которые считались пропавшими без вести

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