Saudi National Society for Human Rights (NSHR) condemned on Thursday the Qatari authorities freezing of Sheikh Abdullah Al Thani and Sheikh Sultan bin Suhaim's assets and its violation of their private properties.
NSHR asserted that Doha's administration must respect the properties of any figures who have different views and opinions against it, noting that Qatar is responsible for any one working with both Saheim and Al Thani.
It added Doha's measures against these figures violate international human rights laws.
This comes as Qatari authorities stormed Sheikh Sultan bin Suhaim's palace and seized his possessions and important document, and beaten several workers in his estate.Last Modified: 10 19 2017 07:09 PM
Add Comment E-mail will not be published. Please fill required fields. *