Abductees Mothers Association urgent report calling to save abductees, Ibrahim Sajed and Amran Al-Amrani, held at Political Security Prison and Central Security Prison in Sana’a.

     At Abductees’ Mothers Association, we received an urgent report from the families of two abductees held by Houthi armed group. The abductees are Ibrahim Ahmed Salem Abdullah Sajed, 29, abducted on November 27th, 2015, currently held at Political Security Prison in Sana’a, and only allowed to see his family for a few minutes every month, and Amran Abdulhamid Abdu Ismail Al-Amrani, 36, abducted on July 8th, 2017, currently held at Central Security

    14/10/2021 13:59:27

      Abductees Mothers Association statement condemning detaining dozens of civilians in Aden

       Abductees’ Mothers Association in Aden condemns the arbitrary arrests carried out in connection to last week’s conflict in Crater. The association documented the unlawful detention of more than 400 civilians, including seniors and minors.   Abductees’ Mothers Association holds the Security Belt forces, run by the Southern Transitional Council in Aden, completely responsible for the lives and safety of the arbitrarily detained,

      12/10/2021 12:07:24

        Statement of Abductees’ Mothers Association on the Locally Mediated Exchange in Taiz

          A continuous struggle carried out by Abductees' Mothers Association for the sake of releasing the abducted civilians, gaining their freedom, returning them safely to the arms of their families, and reuniting them after years of absence and suffering.  In the midst of these efforts, the local exchange process took place in Taiz last Wednesday, September 29, 2021, for 134 abductees and prisoners,63 civilian abductees, compared to 70 Houthi

        07/10/2021 16:06:49

          Abductees Mothers Association statement in Taiz demanding to save and release three ill abductees

           Intentional medical negligence and prevention of delivering the medications to the abductees held at Houthi prisons, which are provided by their families, have all led to escalating the suffering of our ill abducted sons, and warned of the dangers surrounding the lives of 18 abductees due to their deteriorating medical conditions. These abductees are never provided with the necessary medical care, medications, and medical check-ups, and are left to face agony

          29/09/2021 07:58:46

            Public Report in conjunction with the International Day of Peace

             Abductees’ Mothers Association continues its effort in documenting and monitoring the violations against Yemeni civilians around all governorates. The violations documented are mainly abductions, arbitrary arrest and detention, forced disappearance, and the violations accompanied by such crimes. The documenting and monitoring themselves are part of the association’s founding pillars, which is committed to its humanitarian duties in order to

            21/09/2021 06:03:30

              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.

              18/09/2021 18:43:50

                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,

                13/09/2021 12:43:43

                  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,

                  30/08/2021 10:00:16

                    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

                    29/08/2021 13:57:14

                      Abductees Mothers Association calls to save their sons held at Beer Ahmed Prison after health deterioration amidst COVID-19 breakout

                       A report, received by Abductees’ Mothers Association, stated that the medical conditions of the abductees held at Be’er Ahmed Prison in Aden have severely deteriorated, as all of them suffer the same symptoms which included; shortness of breath, fever, joint pain, and loss of smell and taste senses.  Their medical conditions have worsened daily, leading to the blackout of many due to high fever.  The association has previously

                      23/08/2021 11:37:50

                        Abductees Mothers Association statement demanding Human Rights Ministry to pressure for uncovering fate of forcibly disappeared

                        For many years, 45 individuals have been forcibly disappeared by Security Belt Forces, which is controlled by the Southern Transitional Council in Aden. Families have no clue of their relatives’ living conditions as they are completely prevented from any visits.  At Abductees’ Mothers Association, we rally here by the Local Council office in Aden to reiterate our demands and calls to the government, namely Ministry of Human Rights, to take the

                        16/08/2021 14:50:01

                          Abductees Mothers Association statement condemning death of Mohsen Mohammed Al-Qadi at Houthi prison

                          Abductees’ Mothers Association condemns the killing of the 38-year-old abductee, Mohsen Mohammed Ali Al-Qadi, from Dhamar, by shooting him at prison two months after his abduction from his home on April 12th, 2020.  Al-Qadi was forcibly disappeared throughout his detention period. His family never heard from him until the news of his death reached them from a released abductee. His body was kept at Dhamar Hospital’s morgue for more than a year.

                          10/08/2021 08:42:45

                            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

                            18/07/2021 17:33:54

                              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

                              13/07/2021 11:11:30

                                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

                                26/06/2021 16:43:21

                                  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

                                  24/06/2021 02:44:01
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