A Yemeni immigrant named Muhammad Ishaq claimed that he was stabbed in the back by Greek agents who intervened at sea and announced that he would be the plaintiff.
One of the illegal immigrants rescued in the Aegean Sea, a 37-year-old Yemeni national, Abdullah Muhammad Ishaq, who claimed to have been stabbed in the back by Greek agents who intervened at sea, announced that he would be the plaintiff.
Abdullah Mehmet Ishak, one of the 35 irregular migrants rescued by Coast Guard teams off Kusadasi district of Aydın on March 7, was brought to the Aydın Removal Center after being treated at Kusadasi State Hospital.
In his statement to reporters, Isaac stated that he lived in Izmir for about a year.
Isaac said he took a boat from Kusadasi with illegal immigrants like himself to cross into Europe illegally, and after a 3-hour journey, they reached the territorial waters of Greece:
“The Greek Coast Guard stopped us. They were 5 people. Four men and one woman. They were wearing ski masks. They took us all on board. Then they beat us with iron sticks. Two people beat me with an iron stove. I shouted ‘don’t do it’. I shouted ‘there is no god but God’.” They insulted me. They said, “Don’t say there is no god but Allah. Then they stabbed me. I forgot where I was at that moment. I was speaking Turkish. I said, ‘My brother is good, my brother is good.’ They said, ‘Don’t speak Turkish.’ Then they put us in the boat. They brought us to in the middle of the sea and pushed us back.”
Ishak explained that the Turkish Coast Guard rescued them, “They accompanied us to the port. Then they took me to the hospital in an ambulance. They were treated in the hospital. Thank you very much to the Turkish state. They took good care of me. They helped me a lot and restored my health.” He said.
Claiming that their phones and all their belongings were taken, Isaac said, “The Greeks stabbed me. I blame the Greeks. I will file a complaint. They treated us very badly. We are human beings, they didn’t treat us like humans. They treated us like animals. That’s why I want to sue Greece.” . He said.
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