Abductees Mothers Association report disapproving detaining journalist, Hala Badhawi, in Almukalla and demanding her release.

    Abductees’ Mothers Association condemns and disapproves the arrest of journalist, Hala Fou’ad Badhawi, by security authorities in Almukalla, which took place on Thursday, December 30th, 2021. Hala’s sister stated, while reporting to Abductees’ Mothers Association, that Halah was assaulted in her car and taken to Intelligence Headquarters in Almukalla. She was unlawfully detained for a week there, then transferred to Almukalla Central Prison.

      Urgent report of Abductees Mothers Association condemning preventing visits at Central Security Prison in Sanaa after airstrikes around the building.

      Abductees’ Mothers Association condemns the prevention of visits weekly paid by the mothers and relatives of abductees held at Central Security Base Prison in Sana’a. Families were unable to acquire enough information to rest assured after Arab Coalition carried out airstrikes around the prison’s perimeter on December 23rd, 2021.  Despite having some families receiving phone calls from their terrorized detained relatives, as one told his

        Abductees Mothers Association report condemning detaining eight civilians at Beer Ahmed Prison, Aden.

         Abductees’ Mothers Association received a report from the families of the following abductees; 1- Ali Abdulkarim Al-Hayeyi, 14 years old.  2- Ali Abdulmalek Al-Hayeyi, 13 years old.  3- Jabr Ali Al-Hayeyi, 13 years old.  4- Abdullah Ali Al-Hayeyi, 35 years old.  5- Jabr Naser Sarib, 23 years old.  6- Aljashmi Ahmed Al-Jashmi, 33 years old.  7- Senan Ali Al-Hayeyi, 20 years old.  8- Ghaleb Ali Al-Dhabyani, 33 years

          Abductees Mothers Association rally statement protesting against worsening conditions of abductees and detainees amidst cold spell.

          More than 620 of our abducted, arbitrarily detained and forcibly disappeared sons have been suffering worsening conditions at prisons all over the country, especially amidst the cold spell, which makes them vulnerable to winter illnesses while being deprived of medical care.  According to the figures of Abductees’ Mothers Association, the current numbers of abductees and arbitrarily detained persons are; 507 abducted civilians, 3 of whom are women, are

            Amidst severe cold spell; Abductees Mothers Association demands ICRC to visit prisons in order to take care of detainees wellness.

            In its rally by the office of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Sana’a, Abductees’ Mothers Association protested against the inhuman detention conditions in all prisons, and condemned the medical negligence and prevention of providing clothes, blankets, medications and food at prisons. Mothers called upon the ICRC to visit prisons in order to take care of detainees’ wellness, especially the ailed ones. The rally statement declared

              Humanitarian calls to save and release sick abductees in Alhudayda.

              In Alhudayda, Abductees’ Mothers Association said that it had monitored the cases of 92 abductees and forcibly disappeared persons from Alhudayda, 79 of whom were held by Houthi armed group while the other 13 were held by the Joint Forces at the West Coast. The official and secret detention centers, abductees held at, were all poorly equipped and lacking the basic human facilities. In its rally this morning at Alduraihimi district, Abductees’

                Urgent calls to save abductees after reporting blackout cases due to hunger strike at Beer Ahmed Prison in Aden.

                Abductees’ Mothers Association’s members called to save their arbitrarily arrested sons after reporting several blackout cases of abductees due to the hunger strike, they have gone on at Be’er Ahmed Prison in Aden in protest to prolonging their legal procedures.  In their rally by the Criminal Court in Crater, Aden, mothers said that 14 arbitrarily arrested individuals had been continuing their hunger strike at Be’er Ahmed Prison,

                  Furious condemnation of Abductees Mothers Association after 14 abductees go on hunger strike at Beer Ahmed Prison.

                  Abductees’ Mothers Association in Aden organized this morning a protesting rally by the former Specialized Criminal Court judge, Wahib Fadel Al-Radfani, as 14 arbitrarily arrested persons held at Be’er Ahmed Prison went on a hunger strike protesting against holding off their legal procedures which led to completely stopping the processes of their cases. In the rally statement, read near the judge’s house, who did not meet mothers, they

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