The head of the “No to the oppression of women” initiative, Amira Osman Hamed, reveals a bitter reality inside women’s prisons. Ayin Network conducted an interview with Amira to document the illegal procedures.
The arrest of the head of the “No to the oppression of women” initiative, after armed men raided her house in Khartoum, reveals a bitter reality inside women’s prisons.
Masked gunmen stormed the home of the head of the No Oppression of Women initiative, Amira Osman Hamed, in the Riyadh neighborhood, east of Khartoum, and took her to Omdurman prison late on Saturday night, January 22. About 20 armed men stormed the house of the human rights activist and terrified the residents of the house and did not take into account the health condition of Amira before they drove her to Omdurman prison in the back of a “Box” car accompanied by three other cars.
Ayin Network conducted an interview with Amira to document the illegal procedures that the authorities dealt with Amira. Amira also spoke about the tragic situation of the inmates of Omdurman Women’s Prison, where she recounted the details of the dire situation of the inmates of the prison.
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