Abductees Mothers Association rally statement by Court of Appeal in Aden demanding uncovering and releasing abductees.

    Today, we rally by the Court of Appeal to demand releasing 41 abductees held at Be'er Ahmed Prison and uncovering the fate of 37 individuals who have been unlawfully forcibly disappeared for more than 4 years. It is a violation of the Yemeni law which forbids the prosecution from detaining an individual for more than a week unless a specialized court orders otherwise. The law compels the prosecution to immediately release a person whose detention was processed

    18/10/2020 03:52:00

      Abductees Mothers Association in Aden demand governor to uncover fate of forcibly disappeared persons

      Abductees' Mothers Association demanded Aden's governor, Ahmed Hamed, to urge the competent authorities to take the necessary actions immediately to uncover the fate and conditions of the forcibly disappeared persons. In their rally, this morning, mothers highlighted their demands of going forward with the legal processes, which had been stopped by the prosecution and the court, of the arbitrarily arrested individuals held at Be'er Ahmed Prison, and

      29/09/2020 08:50:14

        Mothers of abductees holds committees of Houthi and government responsible for prolonging implementing abductees agreements

        Abductees' Mothers Association held both Houthi and the government negotiating teams in Geneva responsible for prolonging the implementation of the agreements and promises of releasing abductees and forcibly disappeared persons. In today's rally in Al-Hudayda, mothers said that there were 200 abductees from Al-Hudayda held by Houthi armed group in horrible conditions, 92 of whom were forcibly disappeared and their families knew nothing of their medical

        23/09/2020 08:43:07

          U N Human Rights Council Help Bridge Yemens Acute Accountability Gap

          September 22, 2020 - States should help pave the way towards credible accountability and redress for the people of Yemen by renewing and strengthening international investigations into war crimes, other serious violations of international humanitarian law, and grave human rights abuses during this 45th Session of the UN Human Rights Council (the Council), 24 organizations said today. Yemen is suffering from an "acute accountability gap," according to

          25/09/2020 07:57:33

            In a strongly worded letter Abductees Mothers Association in Sanaa Start clearing all prisons and detention centres

            By peacefully protesting in order to make mothers' voices heard nearby the UN Special Envoy in Sana'a, Abductees' Mothers Association sent a strongly worded letter to the teams of both the government and Houthi armed group convening in Switzerland regarding the case of abductees and forcibly disappeared persons. Mothers condemned, in their letters, the negative attitudes of both towards the abductees, despite COVID-19 pandemic. The letter addressed

            23/09/2020 09:59:54

              Abductees Mothers Association and Wojud Foundation hold hearing session for victims of forced disappearance and arbitrary arrest in Aden

              In cooperation with Wojud Foundation, Abductees' Mothers Association held, this morning, a hearing session for the victims of forced disappearance and arbitrary arrest in Aden. During the session, Randa Al-Fahd, the association's representative in Aden, gave a speech reminding that the association has monitored 1573 cases of abduction and 186 forced disappearance cases committed by Houthi armed group while Aden's Security Belt has been involved in 75

              16/09/2020 15:16:31

                In press conference in Taiz in conjunction with International Day of the Disappeared Wife of forcibly disappeared Sanawi My daughter’s heart is getting worse and she has psychological disorder due to absence of her fathers support

                In Taiz, Abductees' Mothers Association held today a press conference with former forcibly disappeared persons and their families, in collaboration with Defa'a for Rights and Liberties and in conjunction with the International Day of the Disappeared. Activist Wafa'a Al-Qadasi said "On this day, families, activists, human rights defenders, human rights organizations, and the whole world make their calls to uncover the fate of forced disappearance

                04/09/2020 07:03:50

                  Abductees Mothers Association in Aden organizes peaceful protest coinciding with International Day of the Disappeared

                  Coinciding with the International Day of the Disappeared, Abductees' Mothers Association in Aden carried out a peaceful protest, this morning, from Aloroudh Square to the governorate's security administration building, demanding releasing and saving the lives of dozens of forcibly disappeared persons.The protest statement elaborated that forced disappearance is a criminalized by the law and human rights. Yet, 38 individuals from Aden had been forcibly

                  01/09/2020 13:23:45

                    On August 30th International Day of the Disappeared 90 individuals have been forcibly disappeared since 2015

                    Abductees' Mothers Association demanded, on the International Day of the Disappeared, to uncover the fate of 236 civilians, who were forcibly disappeared, 90 of whom had been disappeared since 2015. In its rally by the OHCHR in Sana'a this morning, the association stated that, during forced disappearance periods, victims' right of contacting their families or anyone outside prison was not the violated right. They were brutally tortured and inhumanely

                    01/09/2020 13:07:00

                      Abductees Mothers Association in Marib participates in publishing Unknown Fate report

                      As the International Day of the Disappeared draws closer, Abductees' Mothers Association participated in an event organized to publish and present Sana'a's Human Rights office's report, titled Unknown Fate, this morning in Ma'rib. The report monitored the violations of forced disappearance and torture at Houthi armed group's prisons in Sana'a. During the event, the association gave a speech on how its members have strived for freedom

                      31/08/2020 05:54:52

                        As International Day of the Disappeared draws near Abductees Mothers Association in Aden demands uncovering fate of forcibly disappeared persons

                        In Aden, Abductees' Mothers Association held a protesting rally, this morning by the Judicial Complex, demanding the head of the investigating committee in charge of the case of forcibly disappeared and arbitrarily arrested persons, Judge Nabil Jawbah, to disclose the investigation outcomes, as the investigation period he had previously proposed, on August 12th, has ended. Mothers met with judge Nabil Jawbah, during the rally, who said that the committee was

                        26/08/2020 06:15:46

                          Taiz abductees mothers condemn transferring their sons to Central Security Base in Sana a

                          Abductees' Mothers Association in Taiz condemned the actions Houthi armed group carried out as they transferred 18 abductees from Alsaleh Prison in Taiz to Central Security Base in Sana'a, on July 28th, 2020, claiming to release them in prisoners swap deals. Yet, Houthis had neither released them, nor let their relatives visit them in order to check up on them.This morning in its rally, Abductees' Mothers Association stated that the transfer to a

                          23/08/2020 13:55:47

                              Abductees mothers in Al-Hudaydah demand immediate release of their sons held at Central Security Base in Sana’a, mainly the sick ones

                            Abductees' Mothers Association in Al-Hudaydah demanded the immediate release of the abductees held at Central Security Base in Sana'a, which had been bombed by coalition air force, after transferring them from Al-Hudaydah prisons. The abductees themselves had been transferred from different prisons in Al-Hudaydah to Sana'a, then were forcibly disappeared and held at Central Security.  In today's rally, the association stated that they had

                            22/08/2020 02:47:20

                              Aden; mothers of abductees demand uncovering the fate of forcibly disappeared persons

                              In its rally by Aden's security management administration headquarters, Abductees' Mothers Association demanded, this morning, to uncover the whereabouts of their forcibly disappeared sons, and permit the lawful right of contacting their families in order to check on their conditions. In the rally statement, mothers demanded to seriously take the necessary legal actions to bring the perpetrators of abductions and other crimes to justice. The

                              15/08/2020 12:04:51

                                  Mothers of abductees in Taiz demand releasing their sons before Eid

                                In Taiz, Abductees' Mothers Association stated that 305 abductees from Taiz were still detained at Houthi prisons where they had been subjected to torture and mistreatment and that 31 of them were suffering from chronic diseases, yet had not been provided with the necessary medical care. In their rally held this morning by the governorate administration building, mothers declared that while there had been several suspected cases of Covid-19 at Alsaleh Prison

                                30/07/2020 11:45:02

                                  Abductees Mothers Association: no breakthrough to implement international conventions regarding case of abductees and forcibly disappeared and arbitrarily detained persons

                                  Today, Abductees' Mothers Association carried out a protesting rally by the OHCHR in Sana'a. The association stated that international conventions regarding the case of their abducted, forcibly disappeared, and arbitrarily detained sons had been ignored one after another with no implementation and had been intentionally derailed. The rally statement claimed that there was no imminent breakthrough to implement Stockholm Agreement and Riyadh Agreement,

                                  24/07/2020 04:32:01
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