Abductees' Mothers Association in Aden expressed its their greatest worries for their abducted sons' conditions due to the global widespread of Covid-19 while there 38 forcibly disappeared abductees and 52 detainees held at Be'er Ahmed Prison who suffer different chronic disease and skin rashes. In their rally by coalition headquarters, mothers of abductees and forcibly disappeared persons demanded competent authorities to abide by safety measures
Abductees' Mothers Association in Ibb called upon the United Nations, human rights organizations, and all official competent authorities to urgently intervene to release their abducted and forcibly disappeared sons, held at Houthi prisons, while Covid-19 has been spreading around the globe. It called upon the IRC visit prisons and detention centres. The requests were extended during a protesting rally held by mother today morning in Ibb as the world was
Mothers of abductees, arbitrary detainees, and forcibly disappeared persons in Aden sent urgent messages clearly expressing their longing for their imprisoned sons and husbands. The messages were extended during a ceremony organized by Abductees' Mothers Association in Aden in Saturday morning 21st March. Many messages, such as "I'm looking forward to a day where my whole family is complete. My sons, you are my joy and delight.", were
This morning, Abductees' Mothers Association organized a ceremony in Marib named Bring My Joy Back. The celebration contained various speeches and performances. Mothers were awarded for their endurance during hardships. They thanked the association for its efforts to help and pleases them and their sons. This ceremony was a part of many events the association organizes to help abductees' mothers, wives, and children.
With great relief and appreciation, Abductees' Mothers Association received a copy of international experts' committee statement in Yemen. The committee has dedicatedly worked, since its formation, on abduction, arbitrary detention, and forced disappearance cases. It has documented testaments of the victims and their families, and got familiar with detention conditions. While international experts' committee calls upon warring parties to release
We, at Abductees' Mothers Association, are here, by coalition headquarters, to express our greatest worries for our abducted sons' conditions due to the global widespread of Covid-19 while there 38 forcibly disappeared abductees and 52 detainees held at Be'er Ahmed Prison. We, abductees' mothers, demand competent authorities, mainly Ministry of Interiors and Public Prosecution, to urgently release arbitrary detainees before the pandemic
While thousands around the world die as a result of Covid-19 pandemic, Yemen works, as part of the international community, to stop its widespread. We, at Abductees' Mothers Association, are aware of the danger abductees face at prisons and detention centres, where no healthcare is provided, no measures are taken to protect or heal abductees, and there is no medical staff to serve abductees. Painkillers are the only form of medicine prison administrations
While all mothers around the world celebrate Mother's Day with their children, we, mothers of abductees and forcibly disappeared persons in Yemen, have been living in pain, worry, and tears since our sons were abducted. How can we celebrate and feel happy while our beloved sons are illegally in prison? On Mother's Day, we, Abductees' Mothers Association, stand here by prison gates where our sons endure all kinds of pain in their cells. Abductees