Protesters in Aden Open Al Mualla Street hours after it closes to demand delivery of “Danba’a” assassins

Protesters in Aden Open Al Mualla Street hours after it closes to demand delivery of “Danba’a” assassins


A local source told "Al-Masdar online" that the father of  Ra'fat Danba’a, who was shot dead by security forces last month, reopened a major road in Mualla, west of Aden, late Wednesday evening, after being closed by protesters, in protest against the delay in handing over the defendants in the case that triggered a wave of major protests in city last month.

Danba’a father reopened the main street in Al Mualla district after meeting the protesters, who were able to persuade them to reopen, hours after it began to close for the fourth time in a month since the killing of young Ra'fat Danba’a, referred to as revealing the facts of the rape of a child in Al Mualla district a year ago by elements following what so called "anti-terror forces " led by Yosran al-Maqtari.

Protesters closed the main street of Mualla and put stones and burnt tires in the centre of the famous street, against the backdrop of what they said was the security authorities ' procrastination on the case of Ra'afat and the failure to extradite the main defendants in the incident.

A week after the killing of Danba’a by anti-terror forces of the Aden Security Department, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior formed a security committee to investigate the case of Danba’a, but the committee, which was able to reach understandings with protesters to open the road and stop the protests, did not succeed in handing over the accused of killing of the young man according to the deadline for their extradition.


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