Source: Dubai – Arabic.net
Days after The arrival of Egyptian workers Who were tortured by Militia government of reconciliation in MisurataOn Sunday, to Cairo, the Al-Wefaq Brigades arrested 19 Egyptian workers in the Libyan city of Sabratha.
The Egyptian authorities had intervened last week to liberate workers detained by the Al-Wefaq militia, and they were released and returned last Thursday to Cairo, hours after President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi instructed the state agencies to return them to the country. And 23 Egyptians, who were detained in the Libyan territories on board 4 buses under the protection of the Libyan army, arrived at the land port of Salloum in Egypt, according to “Al-Arabiya” sources.
The Libyan army spokesman, Major General Ahmed Al-Mismari, announced last Monday that “the torture of Egyptian workers took place at the headquarters of the Al-Hazm militia affiliated with Al-Wefaq in Misrata.” He said, “The Libyan army has set a location for photographing torture of Egyptian workers.”
A video clip and pictures circulating on social media also showed shocking scenes of brutal torture and insult to the Egyptian workers, after they were arrested by armed militia.