Family of Radfan Al-Wajeeh urgently calls to save his life from Security and Intelligence Prison in Sanaa.

    Abductees’ Mothers Association has received an urgent report from the family of the abductee Radfan Abdu Al-Wajeeh, a 26-year-old student at Faculty of Sharia’a and Law, stating that he had been suffering a mental disorder, yet his condition has worsened lately. Houthi armed group abducted Radfan on November 13th, 2015, and held him at Security and Intelligence Prison in Sana’a. Recently, he has been detained in solitary confinement, away from his

      Urgent report of Abductees Mothers Association condemning violations against Abdulmajid Alous at Houthi prisons, leading to his death.

      Abductees’ Mothers Association mourns the abductee, Abdulmajid Abdulhamid Mohammed Alous, 60 years old, who died after more than five years of abduction. Alous was abducted Houthi armed group in Sana’a on March 17th, 2016. He was taken off the street while going home from mosque after Dhuhur prayer, and was forcibly disappeared for 3 months. When his family was eventually allowed to visit, they noticed the clear marks of burns and bruises on his

        Abductees Mothers Association rally statement in Alhudayda demanding saving and releasing sick abductees

        For six years, our abducted sons have been living facing unbearable suffering due to the horrible detention conditions and torture they are subjected to, which have led to severe deterioration in their physical and mental health.  Abductees’ Mothers Association in Alhudayda has monitored the cases of 92 abductees and forcibly disappeared persons from Alhudayda, 79 of whom are held by Houthi armed group while the other 13 are held by the Joint Forces at

          Abductees Mothers Association statement calling to save abductees going on hunger strike at Beer Ahmed Prison in Aden.

           14 of our arbitrarily arrested sons have been continuing their hunger strike at Be’er Ahmed Prison, protesting holding off their legal procedures in Aden which led to completely stopping the legal processes of their cases for years.  In our rally by the Criminal Court in Crater, we stress that the lives of 14 of our arbitrarily arrested sons at Be’er Ahmed Prison are in grave danger due to their hunger strike which has resulted in several

            Humanitarian calls to save and release sick abductees in Alhudayda.

            In Alhudayda, Abductees’ Mothers Association said that it had monitored the cases of 92 abductees and forcibly disappeared persons from Alhudayda, 79 of whom were held by Houthi armed group while the other 13 were held by the Joint Forces at the West Coast. The official and secret detention centers, abductees held at, were all poorly equipped and lacking the basic human facilities. In its rally this morning at Alduraihimi district, Abductees’

              Urgent calls to save abductees after reporting blackout cases due to hunger strike at Beer Ahmed Prison in Aden.

              Abductees’ Mothers Association’s members called to save their arbitrarily arrested sons after reporting several blackout cases of abductees due to the hunger strike, they have gone on at Be’er Ahmed Prison in Aden in protest to prolonging their legal procedures.  In their rally by the Criminal Court in Crater, Aden, mothers said that 14 arbitrarily arrested individuals had been continuing their hunger strike at Be’er Ahmed Prison,

                Furious condemnation of Abductees Mothers Association after 14 abductees go on hunger strike at Beer Ahmed Prison.

                Abductees’ Mothers Association in Aden organized this morning a protesting rally by the former Specialized Criminal Court judge, Wahib Fadel Al-Radfani, as 14 arbitrarily arrested persons held at Be’er Ahmed Prison went on a hunger strike protesting against holding off their legal procedures which led to completely stopping the processes of their cases. In the rally statement, read near the judge’s house, who did not meet mothers, they

                  In conjunction with International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists; Abductees Mothers Association demands dropping execution judgements and stopping violations against abducted journalists.

                  In conjunction with the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, November 2nd, Abductees’ Mothers Association called out to drop the execution judgements and to stop violations against abducted journalists. In its rally by the OHCHR office in Sana’a this morning, the association stated that it had monitored the violations against journalists, and the number of abducted journalists had mounted to 58, abducted by Houthi armed

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