AMA: Over 610 teachers abducted in Yemen
10/6/2017 3:07:00 AM
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Abductees' Mothers Association has revealed that the Houthi Saleh militias have been prisoning 613 teaches, pointing out that they were abducted from their schools and homes without any justifications.
On the anniversary of World Teachers' Day,th AMA affirmed that the teachers are deprived from their rights guaranteed by the Yemeni constitution and laws, affirming that scores of them died inside prisons due to torture and mistreatment.
It appealed to the Arab Teachers Union, UNESCO, ISESCO and other human rights organization to intervene to rescue Yemen teachers and promptly release them.
Meanwhile, Houthi-Saleh militias on Thursday broke into a mental hospital in the city of Ibb, expelled its mental patients and turned it into a prison.
Local sources said that they turned it into a hospital under the pretext that the central prion of the city was no longer sufficient to receive more prisoners, pointing out that the militas imprisoned a lot of civilians during past months.