The Insan Organisation for Human Rights and Freedoms condemned the crimes committed by the Saudi border guards against African and Yemeni immigrants.
In a statement, issued on Sunday, the organisation expressed its concerns about the situation of thousands of migrants in the notorious Saudi detention centers.
It pointed out that a number of African migrants were detained in small rooms and tortured with electric wires and other means, which led to the death of many of them at the hands of Saudi border guards.
The statement called on international and local organisations to condemn and denounce these violations, which are inconsistent with international humanitarian covenants, stressing the importance of working to protect migrants who are subjected to violations, torture and killings.
Insan furthermore called for urgent steps by the international community to pressure the Saudi authorities to abide by international humanitarian conventions.