The Yemeni Abductees' Mothers Association condemned the Houthi militia’s kidnappings of women from the streets of Sanaa in a statement issued on Saturday.
The association stated that: “These unprecedented violations are taking place in the Yemen society which elevates the status of women and criminalizes these kind of assaults. How can [the militias] kidnap and arrest a woman, put her in detention centers without any regard to societal, ethical or human values?”
They added that the Houthi’s violations will “remain a disgrace and will not be forgiven.”
The association demanded the unconditional release of all abductees and for all those responsible to be held accountable.
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