Abductees Mothers Association Rally Statement in Taiz

    Abductees' Mothers Association rallies today in Taiz to condemns the death sentence of 30 abductees which was issued by Supreme Criminal Court, which lacks jurisdiction, headed by Houthi-appointed judge, Abdu Rajeh, after a groundless two-year trial. In this rally, we, at Abductees' Mothers Association, demand saving the 30 civilian abductees and all other abductees, and their immediate and unconditional release as they are innocent civilians who were

    20/07/2019 12:11:21

      Abductees Mothers Association Rally Statement in Aden

      Dozens of us, mothers of abductees and forcibly hidden detainees in Aden, are rallying here in front of Public Prosecution headquarters to demand the attorney general and Minister of Justice to uncover the whereabouts of our sons and allow us to visit them. They have been forcibly hidden for years where we do not hear from them. There is no way for us to know what our sons are going through. We have been unfairly and illegally prevented from visiting or seeing

      17/07/2019 10:42:57

        Abductees Mothers Association in Ibb Condemns Sentencing 30 Abductees to Death by Houthi Court

        We, at Abductees' Mothers Association in Ibb, condemn and disapprove the void judgement of executing 30 civilian abductees, among of whom are academics and students, who have been held at Houthi prisons and detention centers. Those abductees had suffered from brutal and inhuman torture, physically and psychologically, then tried by a court that lacks jurisdiction.  The Houthi ruling of executing 30 abductees based on invalid charges and lacks

        13/07/2019 07:57:07

          Abductees Mothers Association Statement Condemning Convection of Female Abductee Asmaa Al-Omaisi

          Abductees' Mothers Association condemns the conviction of Asma'a Al-Omaisi who was, today, sentenced to serve 15 years in jail by Court of Appeal in Sana'a. Asma'a was abducted in October 2016 at a checkpoint in Sana'a. She has been, since then, severely tortured and inhumanely mistreated. Continuing women abductions by Houthis, with no respect to Yemeni ethics, values, traditions, and customs which honors women, makes it human rights

          9/07/2019 19:59:41

            Abductees Mothers Association Urgent Statement Condemning Convictions of Their Sons Held at Houthis Prisons

            Abductees' Mothers Association condemns and disapproves the groundless convictions of thirty abductees who were sentenced to death by hanging after the trials of thirty-six abductees. The court order was ruled this morning by Supreme Criminal Court which lacks jurisdiction according to decree 15 of Supreme Judicial Council of the year 2018. The hearing was headed by Houthi-appointed judge Abdu Rajeh who stated that the sentence will be carried out in fifteen

            09/07/2019 19:54:20

              Abductees Mothers Association Rally Statement on International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

              It is the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, while hundreds of our abducted, imprisoned, and forcibly hidden sons are subjected to the worst forms of physical and psychological torture at Houthi prisons and those of military and security organizations in Aden. This inhumane torture has caused the death of more than 128 abductees.Our sons' lives, and physical and psychological welfare are targeted by systematic torture. They have been

              26/06/2019 12:20:38

                Abductees Mothers Association Urgent Report Calls for Quick Rescue of Abductees Held in Political Security Prison in Sanaa

                Dozens of abducted civilians, most of whom are academics, journalists, and students, are held at Political Security prison in Sana'a, which is controlled by Houthi armed group. Those abductees are often subjected to physical and psychological torture. Abductees' family visits were prevented for a week. Yet, prison wardens have prevented some abductees from their visits for two more weeks. Abductees are not provided with the needed food and medicine, and

                01/04/2019 12:18:28

                  Statement of Abductees Mothers Association Sanaa Rally Regarding Recent Developments of Abductees Situation after Stockholm Agreement

                  Abductees' Mother Association has been looking forward to the outcome of Jordan negotiations regarding the abductees which started last week after failing to agree on the abductees' terms during Stockholm agreement. We, abductees' mothers regret the irresponsible procrastination and the temporizing approach to abductees' exchange deals. We greatly condemn and disapprove the extortion we and our sons go through for their basic rights which is

                  28/01/2019 12:16:02

                    Abductees Mothers Association Rally Statement in Al-Khokha

                    Two years have passed by and the people of Al-Hudaydah are experiencing a greater suffering of abduction, enforced disappearance, and torture by Houthi armed group. Since the beginning of the armed clashes in Al-Khokha province, the number of the abductees has increased to more than 200, increasing the number of devastated families. A lot of those abductees have been transferred to Sana'a and prevented from family visits or even contacting their

                    21/01/2019 12:13:27

                      Abductees Mothers Association Rally Statement in Taiz

                      While Yemenis are eagerly awaiting the implementation of Stockholm agreement and the release of their abducted and forcibly hidden sons, Houthi armed group continues abducting civilians and carry out various types of torture in prisons. Last week, Abductees' Mothers Association was informed of the death of the 22-year-old abductee Tawfeeq Ahmed Mohammed Al-Haji. He was abducted by Houthis on February 25th, 2016 from Al-Mukha and was forcibly hidden for 6

                      10/01/2019 12:11:19

                        Abductees Mothers Rally Statement During UN Special Envoy Visit to Yemen

                        Abductees' Mothers Association closely observes the fulfillment of Stockholm agreement, signed by Yemeni warring parties last month, which obligates Houthi armed group to release all our abducted and forcibly disappeared sons who have been imprisoned by Houthis for more than 3 years. Despite the agreement signing, abductions and enforced disappearances have not stopped. Many of the abductees were not recognized or included in the agreement which may

                        6/01/2019 12:09:22

                          Abductees Mothers Association Statement Regarding Abductees Case Most Recent Developments After Stockholm Agreement

                          Abductees' mothers have been hopefully looking forward to releasing their abducted and forcibly hidden sons, bearing in their hearts the anxiety and fear of revoking the agreement terms by one of the signing parties. Stockholm agreement, which was settled a few days ago and had been sponsored by the United Nations, states that the abductees' must be released. We, abductees' mothers, would like to send our appreciation to the UN Special Envoy, Mr.

                          18/12/2018 12:05:06

                            Statement of Abductees Mothers Association Rallies by Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights in Sanaa and Aden

                            Years and months have passed by mothers who are hopefully waiting for the cases of their abducted and forcibly hidden sons to be solved and their basic human rights to be granted. Their sons' rights have been increasingly violated at prisons and detention centers they are held at. Their health is neglected while they have been starved and tortured, sometimes to death, as well as forcibly hidden. We, abductees' mothers, call upon the UN Special Envoy to

                            19/09/2018 11:58:01

                              Abductees Mothers Association Statement on the International Day of the Disappeared

                              The International Day of the Disappeared, August 30th, has been made to draw attention to the fate of people held under poor circumstances unknown to their relatives and legal representatives which greatly violates international laws created to protect people's dignity and rights. On this day, dozens of abductees' mothers are still struggling to learn the fates and whereabouts of their forcibly hidden sons. According to Abductees' Mothers

                              30/08/2018 11:16:29

                                Abductees Mothers Association Calls for Urgent Actions to Save Abductees Held at Al-Hudayda Prisons

                                Abductees' Mothers Association in Al-Hudayda calls upon United Nations Envoy to Yemen, and all local and international human rights organizations to take immediate actions to save the lives of their abducted sons held at Al-Hudayda prisons. Houthi armed group is trying to transfer abductees from Central Security Prison in Al-Hudayda to unknown destinations after they had been shot with live ammunition and tear gas last Thursday. Fears and worries are

                                29/06/2018 18:47:48

                                  Abductees Mothers Association Urgent Statement Calling for Immediate Release of Abductee Abdulilah Seylan After Health Deterioration Due to Torture

                                  Abductees' Mothers Association has learnt that the health condition of the abductee Abdulilah Seylan, an interior design student, has critically deteriorated as a result of severe torture at Political Security Prison in Sana'a. Prison wardens have deliberately neglected Seylan's health causing the loss of ability to stand up properly on his own. Seylan, who was abducted on August 19th, 2015, has been brought before the attorney general who ordered

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