Czech Republic/Uzbekistan: Fear of forcible deportation/fear of torture, Muhammad Salih
Exiled Uzbek opposition leader Muhammad Salih was arrested by Czech police when he arrived at Prague airport on 28 November, reportedly at the request of the Uzbek authorities. He may now be forcibly returned to Uzbekistan, where he would be at grave risk of torture. Muhammad Salih has had refugee status in Norway since 1999, and the Czech authorities should allow him to return to Norway, for the Norwegian authorities to decide on any request for extradition.
Choose a language to view report
- Israel/OPT: NGO worker under administrative detention: Ayman Nasser
- Egypt: Whereabouts of human rights lawyers unknown: Ezzat Ghoniem and Azzoz Mahgoub
- Further Information: Oman: Shuhuh tribe members expect verdict in unfair trial: Ali Ahmed Rajab al-Obaidi al-Shahi, Ali Mohammed Ali Mazyud al-Shahi, Mohammed Abdullah Ahmed bin Rahma al-Shahi, Mohammed Sulaiman Mohammed Mazyud al-Shahi