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'However, the HRO believes that the events depicted on the video appear to represent a violation of human rights and therefore these events should be fully reviewed in their own right.'Sheikh Issa has not commented.
New York-based Human Rights Watch this week called on the UAE, which is trying to improve its rights image, to investigate and prosecute him and others suspected of taking part.'The UAE government needs to act now if it is to restore public confidence in the country's criminal justice system and to show that the rule of law, and not impunity for its violators, is the policy of the country,' it said.