The UN panel of experts handed the leader in the resistance Adel al-Hassani an appreciation certificate for his important role in revealing violations and crimes committed by the UAE in Aden and Hadramout.
Al-Hasani was one of the most prominent leaders of the southern resistance. He was arrested and imprisoned in Bir Ahmed prison in Aden, which is supervised by the UAE forces. He was also subjected to physical and psychological torture.
Before his release, UAE officer Abu Khalifa Saeed al-Muhairi asked him to assassinate Sheikh Ahmed Saleh Al-Eisy, deputy of the president office and head of Yemeni Federation of Football.
Al-Hasani revealed the crime after his release and departure outside Yemen. This crime raised popular condemnation against the UAE.
There was no denial of what al-Hassani revealed from the UAE authorities and not from its forces in Yemen. This silence is considered as additional evidence about the Emirati polt.