The Seventh Annual Human Rights Report by the Abductees’ Mothers Association: Documenting and Recording Cases of Violations in Yemen During the Year 2022

The Abductees’ Mothers Association launched its seventh annual human rights report, titled “Mothers at the Door of Justice 4,” in the city of Taiz. The event, attended by activists and human rights advocates, aims to document and highlight human rights violations in Yemen during the year 2022.

During the report’s launch, Chairperson of the Association, Mrs. Amat As-Salam Al-Hajj, spoke about the Association’s efforts in advocating for the rights of the kidnapped by issuing reports that shed light on the suffering endured by the kidnapped, arbitrarily detained, and forcibly disappeared individuals, along with their families.

The report presented documented cases of killings, abductions, arbitrary detentions, torture, enforced disappearances, and death sentences imposed by the Houthi group, the Security Belt Forces affiliated with the Southern Transitional Council, the Security Agencies of the Legitimate Government, and the Joint Forces in the Western Coast.

Furthermore, the report urged both local and international authorities to pressure for the release of unlawfully detained individuals and prevent conflicting parties from committing violations against civilians. It also emphasized the need to protect human rights across various humanitarian and political aspects.

The report highlighted the importance of holding perpetrators accountable for their violations against the kidnapped, forcibly disappeared, and arbitrarily detained individuals, ensuring fair trials, providing compensation to victims, and addressing the harm caused by these violations in Yemen.