Abductees Mothers Association rally statement in Aden by IRC office

Abductees held at Be’er Ahmed Prison have continued their hunger strike for two days after the widespread of diseases as 7 abductees have been infected by Dengue Fever while prison administration ignores providing the vital healthcare to stop this widespread placing the lives of 57 abductees in danger.

Mothers live in constant worries and fear. While great efforts are made to stop the spread of diseases around the country, abductees are not provided with any of that help. They are being inhumanly treated, and prevented from clean water and healthcare.

We, at Abductees’ Mothers Association, hold Be’er Ahmed Prison administration fully responsible for abductees’ safety, and demand them to carry out the orders of general attorney by releasing the abductees.

We call upon the International Red Cross to pay a visit to Be’er Ahmed Prison, and collaborate with competent authorities to stop the spread of diseases and provide the necessary healthcare for sick abductees.

We, also, call upon human rights organizations to create the needed pressure to uncover the fate of forcibly disappeared persons and grant them their human rights.

Abductees’ Mothers Association, Aden
January 16th, 2020