Abductees Mothers Association defend detainees in prisons amid the risk of COVID Nineteen

    The issue of detainees held in prisons has encouraged many women to break their silence and make a stand to defend the rights of their male family members who are victims of detention and forced disappearance. The Abductees' Mothers Association is one of the prominent initiatives led by women which works on the ground and responds to COVID-19.The appalling health conditions of prisons in Yemen, amid the spread of the pandemic and viral fevers, including

      Mothers Awaiting Justice; report introducing four-year-long tragedy in search for justice

      At Tuesday night, Abductees' Mothers Association introduced its fourth annual report titled, Mothers Awaiting Justice. The introduction was held via Zoom application as a commitment to practicing social distancing amidst COVID-19 global outbreak. The introduction was attended by human organizations' representatives as well as many other activists, journalists, lawyers, and TV channels representatives. For four years, mothers of abductees and arbitrarily

        Aden; abductees mothers protest by coalition headquarters to demand uncovering fate of forcibly disappeared

        Many abductees' and forcibly disappeared persons' mothers held a protesting rally this morning by Arab Coalition headquarters in Aden to demand the coalition and attorney general to immediately uncover the fate of our sons, who have been forcibly disappeared since 2016, and release all abductees and forcibly disappeared persons.Mothers demanded Arab Coalition and the committee formed by it to reveal the results of its investigation for the forcibly

          Abductees Mothers Association in Al-Hudaydah demands uncovering fate of forcibly disappeared persons amid COVID-19 outbreak

          Abductees' Mothers Association demanded to uncover the fate of their abducted and forcibly disappeared sons held at Central Security Prison in Sana'a, after Houthi armed group had transferred them from Al-Hudaydah. In today's protest, where mothers practiced precautionary measures and social distancing, mothers stated that since Mohammed Wasel, an abductee held at that prison, had infected with Coronavirus, COVID-19 had been spreading among abductees,

            International Day in Support of Victims of Torture statement

            On June 26th, the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, hundreds of abductees and forcibly disappeared persons are subjected to the most brutal methods of physical and psychological torture around Yemen, with no deterrents against violating parties and torture conductors at prisons and detention centers. More than 2070 abductees and detainees, including 5 women, have been physically and psychologically tortured by Houthi armed group, military and

              Abductees Mothers Association statement condemning abductions in Socotra

              At Abductees' Mothers Association, we have been monitoring storming civilians' house and abducting them in Socotra with great worries. We greatly condemn the constant cases of abducting civilians, among of whom journalists and activists, as it has recently reported to us that Abdullah Badahen, a journalist, had been abducted and detained by Southern Transitional Council forces. We demand STC in Socotra to immediately release all abductees and detainees,

                Abductees Mothers Association statement of its rally by Coalition headquarters in Aden

                At Abductees' Mothers Association, we demand the competent authorities, in this rally, to uncover the fate of our sons, who have been forcibly disappeared since 2016, and release all abductees and forcibly disappeared persons. 40 abductees are facing unknown fate as diseases, including COVID-19, continue to spread in Aden. Mothers suffer mentally and psychologically during their sons' forced disappearance. Helmi Al-Zenji's mother passed away in Ramadan

                  Abductees MothersAssociation in Al-Hudaydah demanding to release forcibly disappeared persons amid COVID-19 outbreak

                  In Al-Hudaydah, we, at Abductees' Mothers Association, protesting to demand uncovering the fate of our forcibly disappeared sons who had been transferred from Central Prison in Sana'a to an unknown destination. Since Mohammed Wasel, an abductee held at Central Prison in Sana'a, was diagnosed with COVID-19, the virus has been spreading among abductees. We have been living in great fear and worry for our sons medical and mental conditions as prison

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