The Association of Mothers of abductees in Taiz Governorate condemned the death of the kidnapped Helal Al Grafi of tuberculosis in the prison of the Community College in Dhamar province a few days ago.
The mothers said in a protest carried out Saturday morning in front of the building of the province that (17) abductee from the sons of Taiz were infected with tuberculosis due to the deliberate neglect of health
The association said in a statement that it was following with great fear and concern the death of its abducted and forcibly disappeared children due to deliberate health negligence, stressing that they were tortured and deprived of their liberty.
The statement clarified the deterioration of the health situation of other abductees inside the prison of the community college in Bhammar, and the spread of tuberculosis, condemning the deliberate group of Huthi without any specialized medical procedures.
In the statement, the mothers called on the United Nations and its envoy, Griffith, to press for the rescue of the sick abductees. He called on the Red Cross to visit the prison of the community college in Zhammar and rescue the abductees with urgent medical measures to cope with tuberculosis.
The statement appealed to the international community and the Yemenis to intensify their efforts and pressure to release the abductees and those who were forcibly and unconditionally subjected, and to carry out the life and safety of all those abducted and forcibly disappeared.
The abductee Anwar al Rukn died in June last year after his release three days, due to torture and ill health. The abductee also died in October last year after two months in intensive care.