A kidnapper died in the prisons of the Houthi militia, the Iranian arm in Yemen, as a result of torture and medical negligence, five years after his kidnapping.
Today, Wednesday, the Association of Mothers of Yemeni Kidnapped Mourners mourned the death of 60-year-old kidnapped, “Abdul-Majid Abdul Hamid Muhammad Allous”, in Houthi prisons after being kidnapped for more than five years.
A statement released by the association states that “Alous” was kidnapped by the Houthi group in Sana’a on March 17, 2016, on the street after leaving the mosque after midday prayer, where he and his family remained hidden for 3 months. did I know nothing of his fate, and after allowing his family to visit him, I saw traces of burns and bruises on his body!
The statement added: “The kidnapper was remanded for investigation by the prosecution and denied the statements attributed to him and explained that they had been extracted from him under torture and severe coercion.
The Association of Mothers of Abductees indicated that the Appeals Division (affiliated with the Houthis) upheld the initial death sentence on 15 December 2019.
He explained that abducted Alous suffered a stroke and internal brain bleeding in June 2020 and was taken to the Republican hospital in Sana’a and his family was allowed to see him after twenty days of treatment and he was not in able to speak and he became emaciated and his body transformed! in Sana’a after suffering a stroke while in the political security prison in Shamlan, and after 5 days of entering the intensive care unit.
The Association of the Mothers of Abductees has condemned and denounced all forms of physical and psychological torture and the precarious health conditions suffered by the Alous kidnapped inside the prisons of the Houthi group, which led to his death, accusing the Houthi group of his death.
Since the coup against legitimate authority in September 2014, thousands of Yemeni abductees have died in the prisons of the Houthi militia, who have been subjected to various forms of torture and deprived of their basic rights.
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