Mothers of abductees demand releasing their sons amid scorching heatwave and Eid preparations.

    In Aden, Abductees’ Mothers Association held, this morning at Alorood Sequare, a protesting rally to hold Security Belt forces completely responsible for the lives of the arbitrarily arrested and forcibly disappeared individuals imprisoned in Aden.  In its statement, the association declared that 40 arbitrarily arrested individuals and 43 forcibly disappeared persons were still held prisoners at Security Belt prisons in Aden. It also stated that the

      Mothers of abductees call to save their sons amidst severe heat wave.

      In Alhudaydah, Abductees’ Mothers Association held a protesting assembly to demand the international community to save their abducted and forcibly disappeared sons while the governorate was witnessing scorching temperatures reaching 50°C. Mothers declared that their sons were facing unbearable conditions at prisons and detention centers which lacked the most basic needs, such as ventilation and water. Thus, their medical conditions had worsened,

        Abductees Mothers Association condemns leaving abductees case out of current regional efforts.

        In its rally by the office of United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Yemen in Sana’a, Abductees’ Mothers Association condemned excluding the case of abductees and arbitrarily arrested and forcibly disappeared persons as the regional efforts, as well as of the United Nations’, continue to progress in order to end the war and build peace in our country which leads to prolonging and increasing the suffering of their sons and their

          Abductees Mothers Association demands international community to mount pressure on Yemeni parties for immediate release for abductees.

          Abductees Mothers Association demanded the international and regional community to mount the necessary pressure on all parties to immediately release all abductees and forcibly disappeared and arbitrarily arrested persons, and completely implement all conventions agreements to save them. In their rally this morning in Taiz, mothers said that Houthi armed group still detained 123 civilians and forced 31 others into disappearance. The group completely refused to

            Abductees Mothers Association rally statement in Aden demands saving 40 arbitrarily arrested and 43 forcibly disappeared held in tragic conditions amidst scorching heatwave.

            40 arbitrarily arrested individuals and 43 forcibly disappeared persons are still held prisoners at Security Belt prisons in Aden. The abductees live under tragic conditions where they lack the basic medical services and minimum humanitarian needs, such as ventilation and clean water. Moreover, their medical conditions have worsened with the extreme heatwave and power blackouts that last as long as 16 hours a day, as well as the outbreak of COVID-19 and skin

              Abductees Mothers Association statement calling to save and release abductees in Alhudaydah amidst severe heat wave.

              In Alhudaydah, which is witnessing scorching temperatures reaching 50°C amidst the global heat wave, our abducted sons are facing unbearable conditions at prisons and detention centers which lack the most basic needs, such as ventilation and water. Thus, their medical conditions worsen, especially those suffering asthma and shortness of breath, and contagious skin diseases spread. Abductees’ Mothers Association has documented the imprisonment of 100

                Abductees Mothers Association statement supporting torture victims and exposing the abandonment faced after release.

                While freedom has become a granted right around the globe, Yemenis are still suffering, especially our abducted, forcibly disappeared, and arbitrarily arrested sons, who are subjected to brutal torture leading to the death of many of them. From the beginning of 2020 until the middle of 2021, Abductees’ Mothers Association has documented many cases of physical torture abductees and detainees were subjected to in order to confess to the accusations faced

                  Abductees Mothers Association statement condemning excluding case of abductees from current regional efforts.

                   As the regional efforts, as well as of the United Nations’, continue to progress in order to end the war and build peace in our country, the case of abductees and arbitrarily arrested and forcibly disappeared persons is being excluded from all humanitarian agenda which leads to prolonging and increasing the suffering of our sons and their families.  On October 15th and 16th, 2020, Yemeni parties released hundreds of abductees as an implementation

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