Abductees Mothers Association in Taiz demand releasing 95 civilians, including 13 minors, abducted at Alhayma.

     In Taiz, Abductees’ Mothers Association greatly condemned abducting 95 civilians, including 13 minors, at Alhayma, located at north-eastern area of Taiz governorate, and forcibly storming, destroying and burning down houses.  In its rally this morning, the association held Houthi armed group responsible for the lives and safety of all abducted civilians. It called upon the United Nations, Security Council, and local and international human rights

      In its protesting rally in Aden; Abductees Mothers Association demands government to release arbitrarily arrested and forcibly disappeared persons.

       In its rally by Ma’asheeq Presidential Palace in Aden, Abductees’ Mothers Association demanded the recently-appointed government to immediately release all arbitrarily arrested and forcibly disappeared perons held by Security Belt forces in Aden.   In the rally statement, Abductees’ Mothers Association demanded the government, headed by Prime Minister, Mu’een Abdulmalek, and all competent authorities to uncover the fate of 39

        By Maasheeq Presidential Palace; Abductees Mothers Association in Aden urgently demands new government to uncover fate of forcibly disappeared.

        Abductees’ Mothers Association in Aden made an urgent call to the new government, headed by Prime Minister, Ma’ien Abdulmalek, to prioritize the case of forcibly disappeared individuals in the government’s agenda in order to uncover the fate of 39 persons who had been abducted and forcibly disappeared by Security Belt in Aden for four years. In its rally this morning by Maasheeq Presidential Palace, the association stated that the fears and

          While holding up photographs of deceased mothers; Abductees Mother Association in Aden demands new government to prioritize force disappearance cases.

          Abductees’ Mothers Association in Aden demanded Aden’s governor, Ahmed Hamed Lamlas, to mount pressure upon the competent authorities to uncover the fate of forcibly disappeared persons in all prions in Aden. The association, also, demanded Minister of Interiors, Minister of Justice and General Prosecutor to prioritize force disappearance and arbitrary arrest cases in the coming days. In their rally this morning, mothers said that 37 individuals had

            Abductees Mothers Association statement condemning abducting civilians at Alhayma area in Taiz.

            After forcibly storming it, Houthi armed group has illegally abducted dozens of civilians from Alhayma, located at north-eastern area of Taiz governorate. Many of these abductees are minors.  Only 11 civilians, among of whom are 4 minors, have been released. At Abductees’ Mothers Association, we greatly condemn abducting 95 civilians, including 13 minors, and inhumanely terrorizing women. We, also, condemn forcibly storming, destroying and burning down

              Abductees Mothers Association rally statement by Maasheeq Presidential Palace in Aden demanding to release arbitrarily arrested and forcibly disappeared persons

              Today, we rally by Ma’asheeq Presidential Palace to make our voices heard by the recently-appointed government, headed by Prime Minister, Mu’een Abdulmalek, and all competent authorities to demand uncovering the fate of 39 civilians who have been forcibly disappeared by Security Belt forces in Aden for four years, and carrying out the legal process of 39 arbitrarily arrested civilians held at Be’er Ahmed Prison.   It has been noticed

                Abductees Mothers Association rally statement by Masheeq Presidential Palace in Aden demanding government uncover fate of forcibly disappeared individuals.

                As a new year starts and the government arrives at the temporary capital, Aden, we rise our expectations to end our and our forcibly disappeared sons’ suffering. It is time for mothers’ hearts to stop fearing and for their reunions with their sons to be held.   At Abductees’ Mothers Association, we rally here, by Ma’asheeq Presidential Palace in Aden, to extend our urgent call to the new government, headed by Prime Minister,

                  Statement of Abductees Mothers Association rally by governorate administration demanding to mount pressure on competent authorities to uncover forcibly disappeared fate

                  Today, we, Abductees’ Mothers Association, rally by the Aden’s governorate administration’s headquarters to demand the governor, Ahmed Hamed Lamlas, to mount pressure upon the competent authorities and urge them to take the necessary actions to uncover the fate of our sons who have been forcibly disappeared since 2016. 37 individuals have been forcibly disappeared since 2016. Their families have no clue of their whereabouts and conditions. They

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