Dhamar Community College Prison; Most Heart-breaking Tragedy

    Abductees' mothers tragedies and suffering have varied between the abduction, disappearance, and brutal torture of their sons, and killing them by airstrikes. However, what really broke their hearts this time was burying their sons without informing families or allowing them to have one final look at them. Houthi armed group has buried 72 bodies of the remaining victims of the bombing. Houthis dug seven trenches. Each trench contained 10 small graves where

      The Great Grave; Abductees Mothers Association Report Documenting the Death of Dozens of Abductees During Coalition Air Force Bombing of Community College Prison in Dhamar

      In Taiz, Abductees' Mothers Association introduced, today morning, a report, titled The Great Grave, that highlights the crime of Arab Coalition air force bombing of Community College Prison in Dhamar which resulted in the death of 137 abductees and seriously injuring 45 others whom had been abducted and detained by Houthi armed group for years.  During the conference, association regional director, Asma'a Al-Ra'ei said that the association had

        Two Protesting Rallies Carried Out by Abductees Mothers Association in Aden to Demand Uncovering Abductees Fate

        Abductees' Mothers Association organized, today morning, two protesting rallies, one held by Security Management headquarters and the other by the gate of Al-ma'asheek. These rallies were a part of series demands to uncover the fate of abductees and forced disappearance victims, and to either release or have the abductees fairly tried. During the rally, mothers had a meeting with the director of Aden Security Management administrator office, Colonel

          Abductees Mothers in Sanaa Call Upon OHCHR to Urgently Intervene to Save Their Sons

          Abductees' Mothers Association stated that more than 1800 individuals had been abducted and forcibly hidden by Houthi armed group, 450 of them had been in prison for four years and that there were 106 detainees and forcibly hidden individuals who had been abducted by military and security organizations in Aden, 26 of them had been forcibly hidden for three years. All these abductees have been tortured in prisons and let down by human rights organizations. In

            Abductees Mothers Association Statement Condemning Neglecting Health of Khaled Al-Arafi at Houthi Prisons

            An urgent report was filed to Abductees' Mothers Association from the family of the abductee Khaled Al-Arafi, a lawyer, calling to rescue his life. Khaled's health has physically and psychologically deteriorated while being detained at Houthi prisons since his abduction last March in Al-Bayda'a. He had been suffering from liver infection. We, at Abductees' Mothers Association, hold Houthi armed group responsible for the life and safety of Khaled

              Abductees Mothers Association Condolence and Consolation Statement as Community College Prison Remaining Victims Buried

              Today, after three months of bombing Community College Prison in Dhamar by Arab Coalition air force, Houthi armed group buried, at Dhamar Cemetery, 72 bodies of our abducted sons who turned to dismembered parts. Houthi dug seven trenches. Each trench contained 10 small graves where unidentified bodies were buried. We, at Abductees' Mothers Association, have never felt this heartbreakingly sad. How could a mother believe that her son had been buried without

                Abductees Mothers Association Rally Statement In Aden

                As preparations of appointing a new security administration in Aden go on, as Jeddah Agreement stated, mothers fears and worries over the fate of their forcibly hidden sons escalate. We, at Abductees' Mothers Association, demand Security Management to immediately uncover the fate of our sons who have been forcibly hidden for three years. There have been 37 cases of forced disappearance where victims had been initially arrested by security organizations acting

                  Khaled Al-Haith Obituary

                  As mothers grieve, we, at Abductees' Mothers Association, mourn the death of the abductee Khaled Mohammed Mahmoud Al-Haith. Khaled, a 45-year-old abductee, passed away today, November 20th 2019, after four years of abduction and detention. He was unlawfully abducted on February 26th, 2016. He was neither indicted nor referred to public prosecution. Sadly, he ended up dying as a result of healthcare negligence in a Houthi prison. Khaled Al-Haith started

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