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Millions Protest demanding release of youth revolution detainees in Yemen

 
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Youth revolution in Yemen warned on Friday security forces loyal to President Saleh that they will continue protesting if all detainees in secret prisons are not released from the National Security and the political Security prisons.
Protests calling to free prisoners took place in 15 Yemeni provinces fetching more than one million marchers nationwide.
Human rights organizations reported that more than 2500 detainees of Yemeni revolution youth were arrested due to their effective role in the protests in Yemen and lasting for more than 10 months.
A number Human rights organizations confirm that hundreds of young supporters of the revolution since the revolution broke out against the regime of outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh last year.
Demands for the release of detainees increased in the recent period after rising calls for humanitarian organizations, local and international, including being exposed to the detainees in the prisons of the work and methods of torture, some of which led to the deaths of a number of them by torture, which is a violation of human rights.
The mass gathering of Yemeni protesters who used to gather each Friday, named this Friday the "Freedom of Detainees" in solidarity with young people detained in many prisons due to their participation in protests and demonstrations that swept Yemen during the year 2011.
Youth of revolution in Yemen vowed to prosecute all those involved in killing, injuring, abducting and arresting a lot of Yemeni youth.
In the capital Sana'a, hundreds of thousands of residents of the capital participated in the Friday "Freedom of Detainees" to emphasis on the trial of those involved in violence against youth.
They have confirmed that security and military organizations led by officers close to President Saleh are the main responsible of abductions and torture of hundreds of youth in all Yemeni provinces.

 

 

 

 

 


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