On his way home from midday prayers, Amin Al-Naggar noticed that someone was following him - he soon realized that Political Security agents were slowly pursuing him in military vehicles. Suspicious of their presence, he continued walking uncertain of what might happen. Within minutes, a plain-clothed agent confronted him and began to question him. He only had time to give his name and was then immediately handcuffed, thrown into a car and driven to an unknown location.
On the 3 September 2007, Alkarama for Human Rights sent details of ten cases of severe torture and inhuman and degrading treatment that occurred in Lebanon in the months of March and April 2007 to the Special Rapporteur on torture.
Alkarama for Human Rights submitted the cases of 9 people arrested, tortured and held incommunicado by the intelligence services at the Ministry of Defense in Beirut to the Special Rapporteur on torture.
On 20 February 2006, Mr. Abdullah Zuhair was arrested in Jeddah by agents of the intelligence services based on the grounds that he had had "contacts with members of the opposition". These charges only came after three years of detention. During his detention he was never informed of the reasons for his arrest or the legal proceedings against him.
While studying in his home in Agadir, Abdelkarim Azzou was arrested on 21 June 2003 by police and security services. He was forcibly arrested by four officers dressed in civilian clothing who took him into custody without providing a warrant. His family was only able to re-establish contact with him a month later. He suffered serious torture while in detention and continues to suffer ill-treatment in Ait Melloul prison.