Mothers demand to release enforcedly disappeared persons
9/8/2018 10:10:00 PM
الصحوة نت - خاص
Alsahwa Net- Dozens of mothers demonstrated on Saturday in the city of Taiz, demanding the international community to intervene to release their abducted sons.
The mothers appealed to the Spcial Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths to make the case of the abductees and enforcedly disappeared persons a priority in any coming talks.
The mothers said that the Houthis are brutally and systemically torturing 553 civilians and enforcedly disappearing 88 others.
Mothers had protested Wednesday in Aden, demanding to swiftly release their abducted sons or refer them judiciary, pointing out that the General Prosecution previously ordered to release them.
They spelt out that two prisoners, who orders were issued to release them, attempted to commit suicide during the two past days, pointing out that they are held without any charges.
This protest came one day after the abductee, Mohammed Abdullah Ahmed, tried to commit suicide due to the security authorities’ constant procrastination of releasing him.