Calling for peace and stopping war; Abductees Mothers Association holds rally and seminar in conjunction with International Women Day

    Abductees’ Mothers Association called to build fair peace and stop the war in its rally this morning in Marib, which was held in conjunction with International Women’s Day. In the statement, the association declared that it had monitored 4 prisons in Marib, in which 550 men and 13 women are held, as well as 19 civilians and war prisoners, and they had all become in danger since the city was repeatedly targeted by ballistic missiles. Additionally, the

    07/03/2021 03:49:14

      Abductees Mothers Association celebrates International Women Day with female detainees in Taiz

      In conjunction with International Women’s day, March 8th, Abductees’ Mothers Association paid a visit to women prison at Central Prison in Taiz.  During the visit, the association’s team managed to provide moral support for and distributed token gifts among detainees, who were targeted by artillery in April 2020, which lead to the death of many of them.   In her speech, the association representative in Taiz, Asma’a

      06/03/2021 21:01:13

        Rallying at early hour of morning; Abductees Mothers Association in Aden demand uncover their forcibly disappeared sons fate

        In Aden, Abductees’ Mothers Association members rallied early this morning nearby the Arab Coalition calling upon its officers to mount pressure on competent authorities in order to release forcibly disappeared persons.   Mothers stated that they had not completely had their breakfast in order to rally that early to catch up with the early working hours for them to be the first to speak with competent authorities.  They, also, stated that for

        02/03/2021 18:42:33

          Abductees Mothers Association meets Human Rights Minister in Aden

           Continuing its efforts regarding the case of abductees and forcibly disappeared persons, Abductees’ Mothers Association had a meeting with Minister of Human Rights, Ahmed Arman, Deputy Minister, Nabil Abdulhafid, and Karama for Rights and Liberties in Aden.  During the meeting, mothers spoke of their suffering and agonies they had been struggling with since their sons’ abduction forced disappearance in 2016. Yet, they were never awarded with

          26/02/2021 17:34:47

            Smell of Death; an Abductees Mothers Association report in Taiz monitoring and documenting the violations against abductees held at Alsaleh Prison.

            This morning in Taiz, Abductees’ Mothers Association published its report, titled Smell of Death, documenting and monitoring the violations against abductees and detainees held at Alsaleh Prison at a press conference. The conference was attended by many human rights organizations’ representatives and activists, media platforms, and local mediations.  In the association’s speech, given by its representative in Taiz, Asma’a

            19/02/2021 17:44:36

              Abductees Mothers Association calls upon Arab Coalition to mount pressure to release forcibly disappeared.

              In Aden, Abductees’ Mothers Association called upon the Arab Coalition, headed by Saudi Arabia, to mount pressure on the authorities to uncover the fate of forcibly disappeared persons, and held such authorities responsible for the lives and safety of our sons.  In its rally statement this morning by the coalition headquarters, the association stated that 38 individuals had been forcibly disappeared while families had had no clue of their medical

              18/02/2021 17:12:56

                Abductees Mothers Association in Aden condemns official silence regarding case of abductees and forcibly disappeared

                In Aden, Abductees’ Mothers Association condemned the official silence and taking no actions regarding the case of abductees and forcibly disappeared persons.   In their rally this morning nearby Ma’asheeq Presidential Palace, mothers held the government responsible for uncovering the fate of the forcibly disappeared, and granting them their rights.  They, also, demanded to immediately look into the cases of the arbitrarily arrested

                09/02/2021 15:59:27

                  Abductees Mothers Association calls to urgently save sick abductees.

                  Abductees’ Mothers Association made an urgent call to save 127 sick abductees held by Houthi armed group and the government.   In its rally this morning by the office of UN Special Envoy for Yemen in Sana’a, the association held the negotiating committees, from both parties, fully responsible for the lives and safety of sick abductees and arbitrarily detained persons, and demanded their immediate release.   In their statement,

                  01/02/2021 17:09:02

                    Abductees Mothers Association stands in support with family of Zakaria Qassem

                    Abductees' Mothers Association stood in support with Zakaria Qassem's, an educator, family during their rally this morning by Ma'asheeq Presidential Palace in Aden, as three years have passed since he was forcibly disappeared.    Zakaria's family stated that he had been arrested, by security forces, nearby his home, and was denied his human right of legal defense. His family was never allowed to see him since his then.  They

                    28/01/2021 15:48:50

                      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

                      18/01/2021 13:09:48

                        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

                        12/01/2021 19:19:13

                          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

                          05/01/2021 18:06:04

                            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

                            29/12/2020 16:05:56

                              Human Rights Deputy-Minister praises the efforts of Abductees Mothers Association.

                              At its office in Marib, Abductees’ Mothers Association hosted Deputy-Minister of Human Rights, Majed Fadhail, who visited paid the visit to check on and show support to the association’s activities regarding the case of abductees and arbitrarily arrested and forcibly disappeared person, and its documentation of the violations against the abductees at prisons. During the meeting, the conditions of abductees and released abductees were discussed, as

                              29/12/2020 16:03:55

                                Abductees Mothers Association holds seminar to support youth agenda included in Resolution 2250.

                                In collaboration with Yemeni Women’s Pact for Peace and Security and the Group of Nine, and with the support of the United Nations, Abductees’ Mothers Association in Ma’rib held a seminar to support the youth agenda included in the UN Security Council Resolution 2250.  The seminar had three main topics. First topic, titled The Opportunities and Challenges of Resolution 2550, was presented by Mabin Mohammed Abdullah, a communication student.

                                25/12/2020 12:50:33

                                  Abductees Mothers Association concludes human rights workshop for members and volunteers.

                                  Today in Ma’rib, Abductees’ Mothers Association concluded its workshop regarding the international mechanism of protecting and empowering human rights.  During the workshop, lawyer Ali Hazazi, Head of Human Rights and NGOs at Office of Presidency, discussed the means of implementing and developing human rights operations, the mechanism of monitoring and documenting, and the ways of support for three days with the members of the association.

                                  25/12/2020 12:48:40