The death of Emirati activist Alaa Al-Siddiq in a traffic accident in London, the injury of her colleagues, their isolation in a hospital, and the prevention of communication with them! | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


Alaa Al-Siddiq, the Emirati human rights activist and director of the ALQST Human Rights Organization, died in London, Britain, after a traffic accident, which activists suggested was premeditated.

The activist, Alaa Al-Siddiq, is the daughter of a professor of Sharia and the prisoner of conscience in Abu Dhabi prisons, Muhammad Abdul Razzaq Al-Siddiq, and she has not been able to communicate with him since 2013.

Activists said that Alaa Al-Siddiq died in the accident, and she was accompanied by female colleagues who were injured with her in the accident and were admitted to the hospital, and they were isolated in the hospital, kept in custody and prevented from communicating with them.

Emirati opposition activist Ahmed Al-Shaiba Al-Nuaimi confirmed that Alaa Al-Siddiq died in a traffic accident.

Emirati opposition activist Hamad Al Shamsi also confirmed the news of Alaa Al Siddiq’s death in a traffic accident.

Alaa Al-Siddiq .. The possibility of criminal activity is possible

Immediately after the announcement of the death of the Emirati human rights activist, activists rushed to mourn her, noting the possibility that the incident was orchestrated by the Emirati authorities, with the aim of stopping her activity in exposing the practices of the ruling regime in Abu Dhabi.

Analyst Muhammad Al-Mukhtar Al-Shanqiti said in a tweet to him: “The director of the ALQST human rights organization, Alaa Al-Siddiq, died after being hit by a car in Britain, in what looks like a criminal act. And I knew her in Doha, observing her honorable qualities, may God accept her.”

While Abdullah Al-Awda, the son of the preacher detained in Saudi prisons, Salman Al-Awda, wrote: “Today, the able Emirati researcher and honest sister of the defender of justice, Professor Alaa Al-Siddiq, left this world, while her father, Muhammad Al-Siddiq, languished in the notorious prisons of the Emirates. I ask God to accept her among the righteous, to grant her family, relatives and lovers patience and solace, and to release her father.”

Activists recalled Alaa Al-Siddiq’s stances rejecting the normalization that the UAE initiated with the Israeli occupation.

For her part, journalist Hayat Al-Yamani wrote: “The beautiful, dedicated, intelligent, passionate, light-hearted person who flies with the breeze of Alaa Al-Siddiq, the daughter of her father, and his voice defending his right and freedom under the protection of God. We only say what pleases God. We belong to God and to Him we shall return. He distanced her from her family and bequeathed her all this alienation. The butterfly flew into the repose of God.”

As for the activist Ahmed bin Rashid Saeed, “The Emirati activist Alaa Al-Siddiq died in a traffic accident, the details of which are not yet known, and she is the daughter of the professor of Sharia detained in the Emirates, Muhammad Abdul Razzaq Al-Siddiq. I met Alaa in London, and she was an example of generosity and giving. It is necessary to investigate her murder, as she was raising the banner of defending her father and the oppressed of our nation. May God have mercy on her.”

The account of the Saudi “prisoners of conscience” attributed the death of the human rights defender and prisoners of conscience, Alaa Al-Siddiq, to ​​all the free Prime Time Zone of the Emirates.

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