Intissar Nahi, an Iraqi kidnapped woman who was released Thursday evening, spoke about the methods of torture she was subjected to over the days when she was kidnapped by an unidentified gang, for her participation in the protests.
According to activists, Nahi is a medic in the popular protests and worked to help the injured protesters, and she was kidnapped early last week in the capital, Baghdad.
After her release and transfer to the Yarmouk Hospital in Baghdad, she appeared in a TV interview in which she spoke about the methods of torture she had been subjected to.
Armed men kidnapped and tortured the activist Intisar Nahi. She was kidnapped and tortured a few days ago, and released today. Intissar worked as a medic during the protests in Tahrir Square. She is now in the hospital receiving treatment. pic.twitter.com/Tl1bZY1pO8
Iraqi Observatory for Human Rights (@IOHRiraq) December 24, 2020
He prohibited dozens of activists in the protests who were assassinated, kidnapped and persecuted by “unknown” armed groups.
Earlier, the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, pledged to reveal the killers of the protesters and bring them to justice, but this did not happen.