Accusations, torture and denying rights of legal defense leading to executing nine individuals from Tahmah

    Abductees Mothers Association rallies to condemn and disapprove executing nine civilians by Houthi armed group.   In Alhudayda, Abductees’ Mothers Association held a protesting rally this morning condemning, in its statement, the executions carried out yesterday, September 18th, 2021, by Houthi armed group. The group executed nine civilians from Tahama region after charging them of participating at killing Saleh Al-Samad, a Houthi leader. For three

      Yemeni human rights organizations call for urgent intervention to stop the possible executions of nine individuals after the approval of the Supreme Court of the Houthi group

      Geneva – The undersigned organizations expressed their strong condemnation and denunciation of the serious approach by the Houthi group to implement the death sentence against nine defendants who are imprisoned in connection with the case of killing the former head of the Supreme Political Council, “Saleh Al-Sammad” and his guards, stressing that the Houthi group bears full responsibility for the lives of those people as it violated a set of

        While rallying by OHCHR; Abductees Mothers Association demands uncovering fate of journalist Abdulkhaliq Amran and releasing all journalists

         In its rally today by the Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights in Sana’a, Abductees’ Mothers Association demanded Houthi armed group to uncover the fate of the forcibly disappeared journalist, Abdulkhaleq Amran, whose family was not allowed to visit or hear from him. The association held Houthi armed group fully responsible for his and other journalists’ safety.  In its rally, Abductees’ Mothers Association stated that

          In light of the local and international interest in Hodeidah file while the rights of its abductees is absenct, Abductees Mothers Association- Hodeidah Governorate - Holds a Hearing Session for the Released from Al-Houthi Prisons

          Abductees Mothers Association -Hodeidah Governorate - heard on Saturday 11/9/2021 the testimonies of those released from the prisons of Houthi group in Hodeidah ; and the torture, deprivation and violations they experienced and witnessed with the rest of abductees in prisons of Houthi group.  The released, Suleiman Al-Humaidi, stated about the violations and torture he was subjected to, such as beatings on the hands, pulling out nails, deprivation of

            Abductees Mothers Association statement condemning executing nine civilians by Houthi armed group

             Abductees’ Mothers Association condemned the executions carried out this morning, September 18th, 2021, by Houthi armed group. The group executed nine civilians from Tahama region after charging them of participating at killing Saleh Al-Samad, a Houthi leader. For three years, the executed civilians had been abducted and forcibly disappeared, and deprived of any family contact and of all their legal rights stated by the constitution and other laws.

              Statement of Abductees’ Mothers Association , calling for the disclosure of the fate of the journalist Abdul-Khaleq Omran and the release of all journalists

               We were waiting for the release of the four journalists, Abdul-Khaleq Omran, Akram Al-Walidi, Tawfiq Al-Mansoori and Harith Hamid who were transferred from the Political Security Prison to the Central Security Prison in October 2020 and promised to be released. The local and international pressures were made to overturn a death sentence issued by the Specialized Criminal Court in Sana'a - which is not competent in press and illegal - on April 11, 2020,

                Joint statement of Abductees Mothers Association and Defense Foundation for Right and Freedom in conjunction with International Day of the Disappeared

                 Amidst the fierce armed clashes in Yemen, violations against civilians, mainly forced disappearance, escalates. For years, Abductees’ Mothers Association has documented 152 cases of forcibly disappeared civilians, 104 of which have been committed by Houthi armed group. Among these forcibly disappeared is a woman, Tahani Abdu Mohammed, 38, who was abducted while she was on her to visit relatives. She has been forcibly disappeared for almost two years,

                  Abductees Mothers Association rally statement demanding saving dozens of abductees and forcibly disappeared in Aden

                  After the urgent report issued last week by the mothers of abductees, which warned of severe health deterioration of our detained sons held at Be’er Ahmed Prison, amidst the breakout of COVID-19, we, Abductees’ Mothers Association, rally here by the Local Council and Ministry of Human Rights in Crater to repeat our calls for the government to urgently intervene in order to save the abductees held at Be’er Ahmed Prison, as two abductees have been

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