"Mothers of abductees", reveals the death and injury of 25 kidnapped from Ibb in Dhamar prison bombing

"Mothers of abductees", reveals the death and injury of 25 kidnapped from Ibb in  Dhamar prison bombing


The Association of Mothers of Abductees in Ibb province revealed that 21 residents of the province were killed and 4 wounded in an attack by Saudi-led coalition fighters on a Houthi prison in Dhamar more than a month ago.

According to a statement issued by the Association at the end of a vigil this morning in the city of Ibb, this number of abductees died in the raid after being abducted and hidden by the Houthis for years.

On Sunday morning, the Association of Mothers of Abductees held a vigil in the central city of Ibb to coincide with the 40 days of the victims of the targeting of the Community College prison in Dhamar.

The statement blamed the Arab Coalition for the crime of targeting the abductees, and the Houthi armed group was fully responsible for the crime.

In their protest, the mothers denounced the international silence on the crime and called on international and local organizations and human rights activists to stand with the mothers so that their children  would be free.

The mothers' statement stressed that this crime will not fall under the statute of limitations, demanding that the perpetrators be held accountable until they receive their sentences, and stressed the right to the full release of all abductees and forcibly disappeared unconditionally.

The protesters chanted slogans calling for the accountability of the perpetrators of the crime of Dhamar prison and calling for the release of the abductees from al-Houthi's prisons and an end to the suffering of the abductees' mothers and families.


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