ARAR — Two Saudi prisoners in Iraq recently went on a hunger strike due to the alleged physical and verbal abuse they have endured at the hands of their jailers.
Sources told Okaz that the two prisoners were Naser Al-Dossary and Zaid Al-Tumyat. Both are serving 15-year jail sentences each for illegally entering the country. An official from the Iraqi Embassy in Riyadh said he was not aware of the situation. Sources said Al-Dossary and Al-Tumyat are being kept with the general prison population where they fear for their lives.
The warden of the prison where they are being kept has refused to intervene.