Yemeni guy got beaten by Greek officers for religious words
Abdullah Mohamed Isaak, a 40-year-old Yemeni national, who claims he was beaten and stabbed by the Greek Coast Guard while rescuing 35 irregular migrants in a rubber boat pushed back by the Greek elements off the Kuşadası district of Aydın, said, "They stabbed me in the back because I said 'La ilahe illallah'."
According to the news of İHA, the Coast Guard Command received information that a group of irregular migrants were in a life raft off the coast of Kuşadası a week ago. While the teams that reached the area after the notice rescued 35 illegal immigrants alive, one person who had knife marks on his body and was found to be unconscious was intervened by the medical teams. Abdullah Mohamed Isaak (40), who was determined to be a Yemeni national after the treatment, said that he was beaten and stabbed by the Greek security forces. Isaak, who had two large stab wounds of 30 and 20 cm in length on his back and was stitched on his back after his treatment at Kuşadası State Hospital, was later brought to Aydın Provincial Directorate of Migration Management Removal Center with 34 other immigrants.
Thanking the Turkish Coast Guard for saving him, Isaak said that the Greek Coast Guard treated them like animals and stabbed him, and stated that he wanted to file a lawsuit against Greece.