The Abductees’ Mothers Association has called on Sunday for the release of all detainees in all provinces under the control of Saudi-Emirati occupation.
The association stressed, in a joint statement with the American Center for Justice (ACJ) on the occasion of Yemeni Abductees Day, the need to alleviate the suffering of the forcibly disappeared and detained people in the prisons of the invasion forces, noting that some of them have been detained for up to seven years.
The statement pointed out that dozens of detainees have been killed under torture, and others were killed by the bombing of aggression aircraft, while yet others have died as a result of neglect and lack of healthcare.
The statement confirmed that the Association had monitored, between 2016 and 2022, the abduction of 419 civilians by the aggression-backed forces, including nine women. In addition, 172 people have gone missing in the aggression-controlled areas, while 142 were subjected to torture in the prisons of the aggression.
The statement indicated that 210 prisoners were killed by bombings of coalition aircraft on detention locations. It noted that many detainees are still suffering from the most heinous violations in the prisons of Saudi Arabia, the UAE and the forces supported by them.
The statement called on the Saudi-Emirati tools to release all detainees and unconditionally reveal the fate of those who have disappeared.