Houthis prevent visits, food and medicine from some abductees in Sanaa

Houthis prevent visits, food and medicine from some abductees in Sanaa


The Association of Mothers of Abductees said that two weeks ago, the Houthis in Sanaa banned visits from some of the abductees, prevented the introduction of food and medicine and confiscated all their clothes and personal items, mattresses and blankets.

In a press release, the association called for the rescue of abductees who have been subjected to psychological and physical abuse and torture for more than two weeks inside the political security prison in Sana'a.

"Dozens of civilian abductees, the majority of whom are academics, journalists and students, languish in the political security prison in Sana'a, which is controlled by al-Houthi armed group, and are subjected to physical and psychological torture," it said.

"Houthi militias punished every kidnapped patient who demands his medicine by chained and whoever calls for the help of a cell colleague who is tortured, with the denial of exposure to the sun for several months, causing skin diseases to appear on them and not being spared from physical torture, insulting and insulting their mothers and relatives هn front of them during their visit  " it said.

The association called on the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Sana'a to press for their unconditional release, asking the Red Cross to visit the political security prison, meet with the abductees and work to enable them to have their natural human rights.

The Association of Mothers of abductees also called on the legitimate government to do its duty to the cause of the abductees, overcoming the stall in the Swedish agreement implantation on a humanitarian path that ends the abduction.


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