Abductees Mothers Association statement condemns abducting Prof. Al-Sharjabi in Sanaa

    Abductees' Mothers Association condemns abducting Professor Adnan Abdulkader Al-Sharjabi, 61, who works at Psychology Department in Sana'a University. Prof. Adnan was abducted on September 9th, 2020 while he was on his way to his masters students test, and was taken to an unknown destination. It was known that Prof. Adnan has been suffering from a heart disease and excess of fluids in the lungs, and, therefore, takes special medications regularly. The

    25/09/2020 06:49:28

      Dear Members of Government Prisoners Committee Dear Members of Houthi Prisoners Committee

      Almost two years have passed since Stockholm Agreement was signed, which stated that all abductees, war prisoners, detainees, and forcibly disappeared and house arrested persons must all be released. The agreement was based on different principles, mainly releasing all abductees held by all parties unconditionally and without any exceptions in order to completely resolve the issue. Yet, the actions carried out since then were totally different. During 2019, the

      18/09/2020 09:01:45

        Abductees Mothers Association statement condemning torturing Mohammed Salba to death by Houthis

        Abductees' Mothers Association condemns torturing Mohammed Abdullah Salba to death by Houthi armed group. Mohammed was abducted on August 27th, 2020, from Hawra Square in Hajjah by two Houthi pickups. Despite his family's intense search through all official prisons, they could never find out where he was detained. After his death, it was found out that he was detained at a house that had been turned into a detention centre by Houthi armed group. In that

        04/09/2020 06:58:18

          Eight international and local groups urge all parties to the conflict in Yemen to prioritize the release of arbitrarily detained and forcibly disappeared civilians

          September 1st, 2020 As the war in Yemen approaches its seventh year, many families continue to suffer as the fate of their loved ones remains unknown in both official and unofficial detention centers run by different parties to the conflict across Yemen. We stand in solidarity with families of hundreds of civilians who either have been arbitrarily detained, abducted or forcibly disappeared for no reason, or particularly for their political views, profession,

          02/09/2020 08:36:34

            Abductees Mothers Association peaceful protest statement in Aden

            Forced disappearance is criminalized by the law and human rights. Yet, 38 individuals from Aden have been forcibly disappeared for 5 years. They were unlawfully abducted and no one has a clue of their fate. Families have been prohibited from visiting and checking on their relatives. The mother of Helmi and Hussien, two forcibly disappeared brothers, kept looking for her sons everywhere, despite being seriously ill. However, she died before seeing her sons. At

            01/09/2020 15:48:24

              Abductees Mothers Association rally statement on International Day for the Disappeared

              Five years have passed by while 236 civilians are being forcibly disappeared, 90 of whom have been disappeared since 2015. Those civilians were abducted from their homes, workplaces, and streets, and have been held at prions and detention centres for no lawful justification. Their fate and medical conditions are still unknown until this day. During forced disappearance periods, victims' right of contacting their families or anyone outside prison is not the

              31/08/2020 10:46:21

                Abductees Mothers Association rally statement in Aden

                At Abductees' Mothers Association, we demand, in our rally by the Judicial Complex in Aden, the head of the investigating committee in charge of the case of forcibly disappeared and arbitrarily arrested persons, Judge Nabil Jawbah, to disclose the investigation outcomes, as the investigation period he previously proposed, on August 12th, has ended. Thus, we demand uncovering the fate of our forcibly disappeared sons. As the International Day of the

                26/08/2020 06:09:28

                  Abductees Mothers Association rally statement in Taiz

                  On July 28th, 2020, Houthi armed group transferred 18 abductees from Alsaleh Prison in Taiz to Central Security Base in Sana'a, claiming to release them in prisoners swap deals. All their personal belongings were left in Alsaleh Prison, they only had the the clothes they were wearing during the transfer. However, Houthis have neither released them, nor let their relatives visit them in order to check up on them.The transfer to a military base and the false

                  22/08/2020 03:06:53

                    Abductees Mothers Association rally statement in Al-Hudaydah demanding to release abductees held at Central Security in Sana’a

                    Years are passing by while dozens of abductees and forcibly disappeared persons are still unlawfully behind bars. With broken hearts, their mothers are still patiently awaiting their return.  At Abductees' Mothers Association in Al-Hudaydah, we hold Houthi armed group responsible for the lives and safety of all our abducted and forcibly disappeared sons, and demand the immediate release of those held at Central Security Base in Sana'a, which has been

                    22/08/2020 02:23:22

                      Abductees Mothers Association rally statement in Aden demanding to uncover fate of forcibly disappeared persons

                      At Abductees' Mothers Association, we demand security management administration in Aden to uncover the whereabouts of our forcibly disappeared sons, who have been abducted for years with no legal warrants or charges, and permit the lawful right of contacting their families in order to check on their conditions. We, also, demand them to seriously take the necessary legal actions to bring the perpetrators of abductions and other crimes to justice. Every

                      15/08/2020 11:40:27

                        Abductees Mothers Association statement in Taiz

                        Eids and occasions have been passing by abductees' mothers, wives, and children while their relatives are still unlawfully detained or illegally disappeared, preventing them from the joy and spirit of Eid. 305 abductees from Taiz are still detained at Houthi prisons where they are subjected to torture and mistreatment. 31 of them are suffering from chronic diseases, yet are not provided with the necessary medical care. Moreover, while there have been several

                        30/07/2020 11:49:04

                          Abductees Mothers Association: no breakthrough to implement international conventions regarding case of abductees and forcibly disappeared and arbitrarily detained persons

                          International conventions regarding the case of our abducted, forcibly disappeared, and arbitrarily detained sons have been ignored one after another with no implementation. The case has been intentionally derailedThere is no imminent breakthrough to implement Stockholm Agreement and Riyadh Agreement, specifically the terms of abductees and forcibly disappeared persons. At Abductees' Mothers Association, we extend, in our rally by OHCHR in Sana'a, to all

                          24/07/2020 04:16:27

                            Report regarding forced disappearance of Khaledah Al-Asbahi

                            In Taiz, Abductees' Mothers Association has received a report from the daughter of the forcibly disappeared 57-year-old abductee, Khaledah Mohammed Ahmed Al-Asbahi, stating that Khaledah has been forcibly disappeared for more than two years. She was abducted at 8 p.m on May 11th, 2018 in Sana'a while she was on the way from hospital with her grandson. Her grandson's father was contacted the same night by armed Houthi men to take his son him. The

                            03/07/2020 19:30:19

                              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

                              26/06/2020 20:05:25

                                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,

                                23/06/2020 15:45:44

                                  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

                                  16/06/2020 09:19:05