While holding up photographs of deceased mothers; Abductees Mother Association in Aden demands new government to prioritize force disappearance cases.

Abductees’ Mothers Association in Aden demanded Aden’s governor, Ahmed Hamed Lamlas, to mount pressure upon the competent authorities to uncover the fate of forcibly disappeared persons in all prions in Aden. The association, also, demanded Minister of Interiors, Minister of Justice and General Prosecutor to prioritize force disappearance and arbitrary arrest cases in the coming days.

In their rally this morning, mothers said that 37 individuals had been forcibly disappeared since 2016. Their families had no clue of their whereabouts and conditions. They only heard the contradicting rumours and news, which only increased their fears.
Mothers stressed, in the rally statement, their sons’ right of freedom and the necessity of bringing the violators of human rights to justice, and demanded human rights organizations, locally and internationally, to support their case until all forcibly disappeared persons are released.
In the rally, mothers held up photographs of the mother of Helmi and Hussein Al-Zenji and the mother of Mohammed Al-Alwani, who died while still hoping and dreaming to see and hold their sons.