Saudi Arabia arrested a father who tortured his child and beat...

Saudi Arabia arrested a father who tortured his child and beat...
Saudi Arabia arrested a father who tortured his child and beat...

The police of the Emirate of Makkah Al-Mukarramah arrested a person who bound and beat his child, after a video of the incident spread on social media. The Emirate of Mecca indicated in a blog post on its official account on the social networking site Twitter, that the owner of the incident is the father of the child and was arrested and all legal measures taken against him, as he was referred to the Public Prosecution.

Al-Arabiya TV quoted an official source in the Saudi Public Prosecution that the assailant was arrested, and explained that based on what was monitored in the Parliamentary Monitoring Center of someone tying a child and assaulting her by hitting her with a whip, the Public Prosecutor, Sheikh Saud bin Abdullah Al-Mujib, issued an order to move The criminal case against him.

And the media spokesperson for the Makkah Region Police, Major Muhammad Al-Ghamdi, announced yesterday that after the spread of the video clip circulating on social media, one of the persons bound a child and assaulted her and documented it by filming and publishing it, the competent authority was able to determine his identity and arrest him..

He also indicated that the aggressor is in the fourth decade of life, and he is the father of the child that appeared in the clip, and he was arrested, and all legal measures have been taken against him and referred to the Public Prosecution branch.

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