Houthis militias hold 3000 abductees, enforced disappeared in Dhamar province
The Iran-backed Houthi militias are holding around 3000 abductees and enforced disappeared in 55 secret prisons in the province of Dhamar, local human rights NGOs said.
The reports said that 1668 of abductees are from province population, pointing out among the prisoners are prominent political and partisan leaders
It said the militias are generating huge revenues from the abductions as they take ransom money from the relatives in turn of releasing their abducted ones.
The reports said that the abductees and enforced disappeared persons inside those secrets jails are exposed to systematic torture and abuses, murder, and brainwashed sessions.
According to the reports Dhamar is the second province with high figures of cases of abduction and enforced disappearances.