The report explained that (32) kidnapped persons in the prisons of the Houthi militia were subjected to physical liquidation, while others committed suicide, to get rid of the cruelty and ugliness of torture.
Yemeni Network for Rights and Freedoms revealed on Wednesday that the Iranian-backed Houthi militia forcibly disappeared 2,406 citizens, including 133 women and 117 children, in 17 governorates from January 1, 2017 until the middle of this year, 2023.
The network explained in its report on the occasion of the International Day of Victims of Enforced Disappearance, which falls on August 30 of each year, that its field team recorded about (2,406) forced disappearance crimes against civilians, carried out by the terrorist Houthi militia, including (133) women, and (117) Children, in 17 Yemeni governorates, and refused to reveal their fate.
The network reported that the crimes of forced disappearance in which the Houthi militia was involved against the various segments and groups of Yemen were distributed among (642) crimes of forced disappearance against labor groups and (189) politicians, in addition to (279) military personnel, (162) educators, and (53) activists. (71) students, (88) merchants, (117) children, (118) social figures, (31) media figures, (39) preachers and orators, (13) academics, (133) women, and ( 382 foreign African refugees, 52 lawyers, and 37 doctors.
The report explained that (32) abductees in the prisons of the Houthi militia were subjected to physical liquidation, while others committed suicide, to get rid of the cruelty and ugliness of torture.
The field team of the Yemeni Network for Rights and Freedoms recorded (79) deaths of abductees in Houthi militia prisons, and (31) deaths of abductees from heart attacks, due to medical negligence and refusal to take them to hospitals.
According to investigations conducted by the field team of the Yemeni Network for Rights and Freedoms, the Houthi militia runs about (641) prisons, including (237) official prisons that were occupied by the militia, and (128) secret prisons that it created after its coup against legitimacy.
According to the monitoring and documentation process conducted by the Yemeni network, among the kidnappers who were tortured in Sana’a Governorate were (17) children, (39) women, and (64) elderly people, instead of (52) kidnappers who were tortured to death, including (9) elderly people and (9) elderly people. 10) women, including (7) who committed suicide inside the central prison after being subjected to rape at gunpoint and severe torture by the Houthi militia, while Hajjah Governorate ranked third with (211) cases of physical, psychological and physical torture to which kidnapped persons were subjected inside the cells of the Houthi militia. Among them are (46) children, (8) women, and (12) elderly people.
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