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Yemeni southern activists Anwar Ismail and Khaled al-Junaidi disappeared by security and at risk of torture: Amnesty

Filed under: Aden, Civil Rights, South Yemen, Targeted Individuals, Targeting, Yemen, statements — by Jane Novak at 2:43 pm on Sunday, September 7, 2014

DOCUMENT – YEMEN: FEAR OF ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE OF ACTIVISTS

UA: 223/14 Index: MDE 31/009/2014 Yemen Date: 5 September 2014
URGENT ACTION
fear of enforced disappearance of activists
Southern Yemeni political activists Anwar Ismail and Khaled al-Junaidi disappeared within days of one another. It is feared that they have been subjected to enforced disappearance by security forces and are at imminent risk of torture and other ill-treatment.
Anwar Ismail (38) and Khaled al-Junaidi (42) disappeared on 28 and 31 August respectively. Anwar Ismail went missing after a demonstration in the southern Yemeni city of Aden on 28 August where he was seen last, while witnesses say that Khaled al-Junaidi was taken from a gas station in Aden on 31 August after being beaten and dragged into an unmarked car by unidentified gunmen believed to be security agents.
Both activists have been detained by the authorities in recent months in circumstances similar to their current disappearances. Khaled al-Junaidi was arrested by the Special Security, also known as Central Security, on 21 November 2013 and held incommunicado for most of the 21 days of his detention. His family was informed of his whereabouts six days after his arrest. Anwar Ismail was arrested at least twice in 2014, including in early March, and claims to have been tortured by security forces. Both men were held for a period of time ranging from a week to three weeks before being released without charge or trial.
Anwar Ismail and Khaled al-Junaidi are leading activists in the Southern Movement, or al-Hirak, a coalition of political opposition groups in south Yemen that has been demanding secession from the north.
Please write immediately in Arabic, English or your own language:
Urging the Yemini authorities to reveal the whereabouts of Anwar Ismail and Khaled al-Junaidi and to ensure that they are protected from torture and other ill-treatment, and are immediately granted access to their family and a lawyer of their choice;
Urging that they are immediately moved to a recognized detention centre and promptly charged with a recognizable criminal offence, or else released immediately and unconditionally, and stressing that the peaceful exercise of the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly are guaranteed in international law.
PLEASE SEND APPEALS BEFORE 17 OCTOBER 2014 TO:

Minister of the Interior
His Excellency Abdu Hussein Muhsen al-Turab
Ministry of the Interior
Sana’a
Republic of Yemen
Fax: +967 1 514 532
+967 1 331 899
Email: moi@yemen.net.ye
Salutation: Your Excellency
Governor of Aden
Waheed Ali Rasheed
PO Box: 6013, Khormaksar
Aden
Republic of Yemen
Fax: +967 2 224 6996
Email: adengov8@gmail.com
Salutation: Dear Mr Waheed Ali Rasheed
And copies to:
Minister of Human Rights
Her Excellency Houriah Ahmed Mashhour
Ministry of Human Rights
Sana’a
Republic of Yemen
Fax: +967 1 444 833
Email: mshr@y.net.ye

Also send copies to diplomatic representatives accredited to your country. Please insert local diplomatic addresses below:
Name Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Fax Fax number Email Email address Salutation Salutation
Please check with your section office if sending appeals after the above date.

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fear of enforced disappearance of activists
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Protests in the south of Yemen have been taking place sporadically since 2007 when retired soldiers from the south launched protests complaining that they were not receiving the same treatment in employment, salary and pensions as soldiers from the north of the country. Since then, protests against discrimination against southerners gradually changed to demands for secession which continued after the ousting of the former regime in 2011.
The Southern Movement (also known as al-Hirak, a short form of its name in Arabic) is a loose coalition of political groups, many of whom call for the peaceful separation of southern Yemen, which was independent until its unification with the north in 1990. The Movement appears to have emerged following the 2007 protests and began to organize its own demonstrations over what it perceives to be the government’s failure to address discrimination against people from the south of the country.
The government’s response to these protests has been heavy-handed. Dozens of demonstrators have been killed in or near demonstrations; in many cases they appear to have been shot dead unlawfully when posing no threat to the lives of the security forces or others. Since the protests began in 2007, the security forces have arrested and detained, in many cases arbitrarily, thousands of demonstrators and bystanders, as well as leaders and activists of the Southern Movement.
Name: Anwar Ismail, Khaled al-Junaidi
Gender m/f: m

They are believed in Al-Sulaban Prison in Khormaksar in Aden.

Erem News: The brother of Khaled Junaidi indicates that security dragged his brother to “camp twenty” in the Directorate of Crater before introducing it to a large detention center in the Directorate of Khormakser “Alsolban.”

Aden – from the generosity of safety

Arrested by security force late Sunday evening, an activist in the southern movement demands the independence of South Yemen from North Khaled Junaidi in the province of Aden. brother said Junaidi network toss the news that the security force tracked his brother Khalid as he was leaving for a wedding party a friend to them in the Directorate of Crater and heading to one of the petrol stations and arrested him after beating him with rifle butts. added: “The security forces arrested the brother to a nearby camp in the district called Camp twenty before introducing it to Guantanamo large in the Directorate of Khormakser” Alsolban. ”

In the same context arrested a security force last Thursday night the leader of the Union of Southern Youth Anwar Ismail while on his way from the Directorate of Tawahi toward Crater where he lives with his family, and took him to the same prison in the Directorate of Khormakser. appealed to the families of the detainees civil society organizations and human rights organizations to immediately intervene for the release of their two sons, who said they had been subjected to torture in detention. and assume Junaidi and Asmai the leadership of the protest movement in Directorate Crater where settle down, and are implementing with some other activists in civil disobedience Directorate on Sunday of each week, the latest of which was on Sunday, where they had been cut streets and roads with stones and damaged tires and stopped traffic on impact.

Aden, Yemen newspaper employee Ahmed Omar Al-Markashi sentenced to death?

Filed under: Aden, Media, South Yemen — by Jane Novak at 1:14 pm on Thursday, January 30, 2014

Ahmed Omar Al-Markashi, the security guard of al Ayyam newspaper in jail since 2008, was reportedly sentenced to death. The ruling is counter-productive to reconciliation, unjust and stupid, especially considering hundreds if not thousands of actual murderers recieved amnesty from the US and Jamal ben Omar in 2011. Also al Ayyam (the oldest Yemeni newspaper and the most reputable) should be allowed to reopen.

نظمة الغد للحقوق والحريات العاملة بمدينة عدن ان حكم الإعدام الذي أصدرته محكمة يمنية قبل أيام بحق المعتقل السياسي “احمد عمر العبادي المرقشي” جاء
مخالفا لتوجهات ومخرجات مؤتمر الحوار الوطني في اليمن .
وقالت المنظمة في بيان صادر عنها يوم الأربعاء ان الكشف عن الحكم الصادر بحق المعتقل “المرقشي” جاء مخالفا لكافة التوقعات التي كان يؤمل منها أنها تتوجه صوب معالجة ملف قضايا الجنوب المعقدة والشائكة بخصوص شكاوى الجنوبيين .
وأشارت المنظمة في بيانها إلى ان مؤتمر الحوار الوطني كان قد اشار أكثر من مرة إلى ضرورة معالجة ملف قضية صحيفة “الأيام ” وتعويضها واطلاق سراح حارسها وذلك ضمن التوجهات الهادفة لحل قضية الجنوب .

وبحسب المنظمة فقد جاء حكم الاعدام مخالفا للبند رقم 7 من النقاط الـ 11 التي طرحها فريق القضية الجنوبية بمؤتمر الحوار اليمني قبل اشهر والذي اكد على ضرورة إصدار التوجيهات العاجلة بدفع كافة المستحقات والتعويضات لمؤسسة (الأيام) وتعويضها التعويض العادل لما لحق بها من أضرار مادية ومعنوية لكي تتمكن من الصدور وإطلاق صراح حارسها في صنعاء أحمد عمر العبادي المرقشي.

وشددت المنظمة على ان مثل هذه الاحكام لايمكن لها ان تساهم في تهدئة الاوضاع في الجنوب بل على العكس من ذلك رأت المنظمة أنها ستصيب الجنوبيين بخيبة امل تجاه تحركات الحكومة اليمنية لحل قضاياهم .

وطالبت المنظمة من الحكومة اليمنية والرئيس “عبدربه منصور هادي” سرعة التحرك لاعادة النظر في الحكم القضائي الذي قالت المنظمة انه يفتقر الى الدعم القانوني والشرعي الكافي.

(Yes its still google translate:)

Tomorrow organization of Rights and Freedoms working in Aden that the death sentence issued by a Yemeni court a few days ago against the political prisoner, “Ahmed Omar al-Abadi Almrakeca” was contrary to the directions and outputs the national dialogue conference in Yemen.

The organization said in a statement on Wednesday that the disclosure of the sentencing of the detainee “Almrakeca” was contrary to all expectations, which it was hoped of them heading towards the south, file handling complex issues and complaints regarding the thorny southerners.

FAO noted in its statement to the national dialogue conference had more than once pointed to the need to address the issue of file newspaper “days” and compensated and the release of her bodyguard as part of trends aimed at resolving the issue of the south.

According to the organization came to death contrary to section 7 of the points of the 11 raised by the case of South conference dialogue Yemeni months ago, which stressed the need for issuing directives immediate payment of all dues and Compensation Foundation (days) and compensated fair compensation to the right out of the material and moral damage in order to be able to immediately release the breasts and her bodyguard in Sanaa Ahmed Omar al-Abadi Almrakeca.

The organization stressed that such judgments can not have that contribute to calming the situation in the south, but on the contrary, they saw the organization will hit southern disappointed moves toward the Yemeni government to resolve their cases.

And called for the organization of the Yemeni government and the president, “Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi” moving speed to reconsider the ruling, which the organization said he lacked legal support and legitimate enough.

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حكم مفاجئ وسريع يقضي بتنفيذ الاعدام بحق الأسير المرقشي حارس صحيفة “الأيام”

قالت أسرة المعتقل الجنوبي البارز “احمد عمر العبادي المرقشي” أنها فوجئت بنشر صحيفة تابعة لوزارة العدل اليمنية حكما يقضي باعدام والدها وقالت انه صدر من المحكمة العليا في اليمن رغم عدم مثوله أمام المحكمة وعدم ابلاغه باي حكم قضائي صادر بحقه .

وقالت أسرة المعتقل “العبادي” وهو الحارس الشخصي لناشر صحيفة “الأيام” في افادة خاصة لصحيفة “عدن الغد” انه فوجئت بتضمن العدد الأخير من صحيفة “القضائية” وهي صحيفة صادرة عن وزارة العدل اليمنية حكما بالاعدام على “المرقشي” رغم انه لم يمثل أمام هذه المحكمة مطلقا .

وقالت الأسرة ان الصحيفة نشرت في عددها الصادر يوم الـ10 من يناير 2014 قائمة بالاحكام القضائية وبينها الحكم الصادر بحق الأسير “احمد عمر العبادي المرقشي” والذي قالت الصحيفة انه صدر بتاريخ 19 ديسمبر 2013.

وقال “المعتقل احمد عمر العبادي” المرقشي في تصريح خاص لـ”عدن الغد” انه فوجئ بصدور هذا الحكم مؤكدا انه لم يحضر إي جلسة قضائية مستغربا كيف صدر هذا الحكم دون حضوره .

وقال “المرقشي” ان اسرته دأبت على مراجعة المحكمة العليا أكثر من مرة للسؤال عن متى موعد النظر في القضايا إلا ان المسئولي في المحكمة العليا دأبوا على القول بان القضية لاتزال معلقة ولم يتم النظر فيها .

ويتضمن الحكم الصادر عن المحكمة العليا في صنعاء توجيها للنائب العام يقضي بسرعة تنفيذ الحكم .

كما سيشكل صدور الحكم بهذه الصورة على تفجير غضب عارم في الجنوب، خاصة و أن قضية المرقشي، ذات طبيعة سياسية وسيشكل صدمة بالغة القسوة لقطاع واسع من الجنوبيين حيث ان الإعلان عنه يأتي بعيد الانتهاء من مؤتمر الحوار الوطني في اليمن والذي تعهد القائمون عليه بحل قضية المرقشي و بوقف الانتهاكات الممارسة بحق الجنوبيين.

Sudden and fast rule requires the implementation of a prisoner’s death sentence Almrakeca guard newspaper “days ”

The family of a prominent Southern detainee “Omar Ahmed Abbadi Almrakeca” I was surprised that they publish newspaper belonging to the Yemeni Ministry of Justice ruled her father’s death and said it was issued by the Supreme Court in Yemen, despite his not appearing before the court and not reporting any court judgment issued against him .

The family of the detainee, “Abadi” a bodyguard of the publisher of the newspaper “days” at a briefing a private newspaper “Aden tomorrow,” he was surprised by often using the latest issue of the newspaper “judicial”, a newspaper issued by the Ministry of Justice Yemeni sentenced to death “Almrakeca” although he did not appear before the This court never .

The family said that the paper published in the issue dated on the 10th of January 2014 and the list of judicial verdicts, including the sentencing of the prisoner, “Ahmed Omar al-Abadi Almrakeca” which the newspaper said was issued on December 19, 2013 .

“The detainee Omar Ahmed Abbadi” Almrakeca in a statement the “Garden of Eden tomorrow,” he was surprised by the issuance of this rule, stressing that he did not attend any meeting judicial surprising how this ruling was issued without his presence .

He said, “Almrakeca” The family has been on the Supreme Court review more than once to ask for a date when considering the issues but that the responsible attitude of the Supreme Court have consistently argued that the case is still pending were not considered .

The judgment of the Supreme Court in Sana’a directive of the Attorney General provides fast execution of the judgment .

It also would be a verdict in this image on the bombing of the Maelstrom in the south, especially that issue Almrakeca, political in nature and would be a shock extremely harsh for a large segment of the South, where the Declaration of him comes a long completion of the national dialogue conference in Yemen, who has vowed those responsible for it to resolve the issue Almrakeca and to stop the practice violations against the southerners.

Update: Protests in the south for the political prisoner may escalate to violence depending on the self control of the security forces or an intention to escalate unrest. Its an issue that inflames public opinion and undermines any sense of credibility in the transitional government’s good will.

Re-hiring the southern Yemeni army

Filed under: Military, South Yemen, mil restrucuturing — by Jane Novak at 11:39 am on Tuesday, September 10, 2013

I have argued for a long time that integrating (or re-hiring) the forcibly retired southern military has many advantages:

1) the long idle former southern army are disconnected from the vast web of corruption, smuggling and nepotism that pervaded the upper levels of the Yemeni military during the Saleh regime
2) they may have more respect for human rights, especially if they are deployed in the south
3) they already have formal training by the Russians
4) it will decrease the sense of alienation of some southerners and especially unemployed young men in the southern provinces who are regularly turned away from the army when recruitment is a function of a sheikh’s patronage
5) it will lessen the proselytizing of soldiers wherein some extremist commanders deem military operations as jihad instead of security missions designed to protect all Yemeni citizens.

The army must become a non-political, neutral and uniformly trained body that provides equal opportunity to Yemeni men (and women) regardless of identity. Even those who are advocates for separatism might be able to see the advantages to southerners (and peace and stability) of rehiring the retired military, instead of seeing it as a way to defuse the southern movement.

The Link: (ar) Hadi to re-hire 795 former southern military commanders

Reuters: Yemen has launched a $1.2 billion fund to give back tens of thousands of southern Yemenis jobs they lost after the 1994 civil war, a minister said on Tuesday, part of efforts to revive talks aimed at ending longstanding political divisions.

International Cooperation Minister Mohammed al-Sa’adi said the fund, agreed on Sunday, had persuaded southern separatists to return to talks they boycotted last month in protest against the government’s handling of their demands.

Another positive development is the adoption of the biometric voter ID system, this must be internationally funded and locally implemented and will enhance the legitimacy of future elections as well as reduce corruption, ghost workers, and ensure the distribution of aid. The positive benefits of incorporating this technology are many and can jump start a fairer Yemen.

Al Beidh boycotts Southern Yemen conference, new reformist Islamic party meets in Sanna, Updates

Filed under: South Yemen — by Jane Novak at 10:12 am on Sunday, September 30, 2012

Update 4: News of the conference

Update 3: Nuba trashes the conference as held by those with a totalitarian mentality and says, “Ba’oum is not one of those who early joined the Movement, but joined in January 2008 and Ali Salem al-Baid joined in May 9, 2009.”

Update 2: a few months old but good analysis of the configuration in South Yemen

Update: Mousa Alnmrani, media officer at Hood, and others announced the first meeting of the new political party, a reformist offshoot of Islah. The legal thresholds to form a political party should be low enough that a multiplicity of political parties can form. Currently the financial requirements as well as the number of initial founding members are high, keeping political party formation an elite activity initially. I guess the Rashad Party is going to keep with established Yemeni tradition of not having an English spokesperson.

Party launched Federation of Yemeni Rashad, on Sunday, September 30 / September 2012, the work of its founding congress, under the slogan “the arbitration law of God and the reform of society and achieving renaissance of Yemen”, in the presence of party leaders and official representatives of the Parties Affairs Committee.
At the opening ceremony, which was launched in any of the Holy Quran, the President of the Federation of Rashad Dr Muhammad ibn Musa al-Amiri speech in which he welcomed the attendees, stressing that the party which declares today its launch will reach out to all forces and parties on the Yemeni arena, without exception, in terms of “virtue, righteousness and piety.”

Southern conference

South Yemen separatist leader Baid boycotts talks (AFP) : ADEN — Yemen’s Southern Movement kicked-off Sunday a meeting calling for independence for the south from the central government in Sanaa, but the conference was boycotted by a leading separatist leader.

Yemen’s prominent separatist leader, Ali Salem al-Baid, a former vice president who lives in exile, boycotted the conference, saying it was not well prepared.

Baid, who a few days earlier had expressed his intention of not attending the conference, and his supporters represent a hardline faction of the movement. (Read on …)

SOHR Quarterly Report, Human Rights abuses in South Yemen, fatality list

Filed under: South Yemen — by Jane Novak at 9:33 am on Sunday, September 30, 2012

This is the SOHR quarterly report from June through August 2012. I’m popping out the section on air strikes which notes the hits and misses, and the fatality list which includes all dead including airstrikes (it skips from 81 to 97) and pasting the entire 34 page report below and asking the Southern Observatory on Human Rights to post it to Scribd.

Its substantial documentation (complete with photos) of the ongoing targeting of southerners, innocent people, because of activities related to the Southern Mobility movement. The woman killed on the way to pick up her wedding dress and the guy dragged to death behind a government car are particularly egregious. While physical damage and deaths from the CT air strikes are mixed in, overall the report documents injuries at protests, the targeting of journalists, assassinations and the same type of collective brutality that has been going on since 2007.

With the National Dialog looming, Hadi has to step in with some confidence building measures, or at least denounce the pogrom, or it will demonstrate he either has no control or is in favor of it. The SOHR really needs a website. The following is the English version as received:

Air strikes hit civilian houses :
Resort Yemeni regime in confrontations with elements (Al Qaeda) to use air strikes, raids, which often exceeded its goals to claim the lives of civilian citizens, and some of them have target individuals not connected with al-Qaeda, as well as what caused the raids of threat and intimidation of the people fear that devastating missiles.would follow them.

While condemning the observatory those raids that results are in turn extrajudicial killings, as well as non-observance of the norms of humanity, we call on the government of Yemen not to resort to use whether using their air jets for war or those carried out by U.S. drone, as operations are not justified , Authority forces can field tracking methods lead to the fight against terrorism and the arrest of its elements and bring them to trial in accordance with the law, as much as they were able on June 12 of Liberation Abyan province of those elements.

We note that these raids, although achieved some goals, but it can cause loss of lives and property of civilians, making it unacceptable way, lead to pitting and wrath of the citizens of the south towards them. There still massacre village expedited killed 56 people, mostly women and children, in December 2009 still visible, as the raid carried out in the area “Khcamr” Directorate cotton on 29 Aug. and killed Professor Educational Salem bin Ahmed Jaber and Captain Walid bin Abdullah Jaber without have two links with al-Qaeda according to assertions parents, had aroused the wrath and anger of the citizens of the province of Hadramout and other southern provinces .

Also fell victim to an air raid carried out on June 14 on the city of Shakra of Abyan province, four children and a woman and injuring four others, including the bombing of a house belonging to “Hadi Amavat” and claimed the lives of his wife and two daughters. Also hit a house belonging to “Almawwada” next to it, as well as vertical house that killed his son, aged 4 years and 6 years old daughter.

Also led an air raid carried out on 13 June on the city of Azzan Shabwa province to the destruction of plant structural brick-making, as well as a nearby houses of Razi clinic and a damaged mosques worship. On the other hand led airstrike on June 20 injured motorcade continued to the International Red Cross Organization in Mahvd and caused the death of a member of the Group, Mr. Hussein Saleh Al Yazidi .

The flights, which have been implemented by government aircraft and other unidentified cities and districts south, are other not takes into account the legal systems of flying do not

Fatality list

Killed southern people by different attacks in the period:
June, July and August 2012
Nr Name Date Province Case Comments
1. Mohammed F Nasse 2012- 6-1 Lahj killed In shooting on a protest march in Alhoutah
2. Farooq M H Mohammed 2012- 6-4 Abyan killed In a car bomb explosion in Lawder
3. Ali A Halim 2012- 6-4 Abyan killed In a car bomb explosion in Lawder
4. Sallal A Fadhl 2012- 6-4 Abyan killed In a car bomb explosion in Lawder
5. Salim M Alqarqari 2012- 6-4 Abyan killed In a car bomb explosion in Lawder
6. Ali S Alqubati 2012- 6-8 Lahj killed In shooting on people in the Market of Alanad.
7. Abdulhamid S Rashid 2012- 6-9 Aden died due to As a result of torture during
8. Azman A Alfaqih 2012- 6-10 Lahj killed In shooting on a people in Aldhali
9. Khalid Assawab 2012- 6-12 Shabwah killed Killed by somebody protected by governmental parties
10. Hadi Ambaat 2012- 6-14 Abyan killed By an air raid on his house in Shuqrah
11. Mss Ambaat (Hadi’s wife) 2012- 6-14 Abyan Killed By an air raid on her home in Shuqrah
12. Mss Ambaat (Hadi’s 1st daughter)
2012- 6-14 Abyan Killed By an air raid on her house in Shuqrah
13. Mss Ambaat (Hadi’s 2nd daughter)
2012- 6-14 Abyan killed By an air raid on her house in Shuqrah
14. Um Salim A Saleh 2012- 6-14 Abyan killed By an air raid on her house in Shuqrah.
15. Iman Y Hadi 2012- 6-14 Abyan killed 8 years old, killed by an air raid on her house in Shuqrah
16. Taif Y Hadi 2012- 6-14 Abyan Killed Killed by an air raid on her house in Shuqrah
17. Darwish A Alamudi 2012- 6-14 Abyan killed 8 years old, killed by an air raid on his house in Shuqrah
18. Aina A Alamudi 2012- 6-14 Abyan Killed 1.5 years old, killed by an air raid on her house in Shuqrah
19. Shadi A Y Mubarak 2012- 6-15 Aden killed In a Shooting on Martyrs’ square in Almansoorah
20. Mahrah A Bin Attaf 2012- 6-16 Aden Killed Killed by asniper in Almansoorah on her way to pick up her wedding dress.
21. Othman A Arrifaii 2012- 6-17 Aden killed Killed by an sniper in Almansoorah
22. Mohamed M Alfayadhi 2012- 6-18 Shabwah killed By a crossfire between soldiers and armed group.
23. General Salim M Qatan 2012- 6-18 Aden killed Suicide bombing in Almansoorah
24. Mahmud M Ahmad (Azzaeem)2012- 6-18 Aden killed Injured by security forces than pulled by military vehicle in the street to death
25. Fahim S Bahakar 2012- 6-19 Abyan killed Landmine explosion in AlKowd
26. Anis M Bahakar 2012- 6-19 Abyan killed Landmine explosion in AlKowd
27. Ahmad G Haidarah 2012- 6-20 Aden killed Killed by an sniper in Almansoorah
28. Hussein S Alyazidi 2012- 6-20 Shabwah killed By an air raid on a red-cross car in Almahfad.
29. Muad M Hassan 2012- 6-20 Aden killed Killed by an sniper in Almansoorah
30. Abdurrahman A Alkhadhar 2012- 6-22 Aden killed By the shooting at the funeral of Gamal Haidarah
31. Fadhk K Saleh 2012- 6-22 Aden killed Tortured to death in Almansoorah prison.
32. Ahmad K Arrakhm 2012- 6-23 Aden died due to injuries Died due to injuries by an sniper in Almansoorah on 22 June..
33. Alkhadhar H |Assaqqaf 2012- 6-25 Aden died due to injuries Died due to injuries by a sniper in
Almansoorah on 22 June.
34. Ahmad S Awadh 2012- 6-30 Aden killed Shot dead in his car in Darsaad
35. Maarib N Mohamed 2012- 7-3 Lahj killed Shot dead by an unknown armed group in front of his family in
Aldhalii.
36. Mohamed S Allmahthuthi 2012- 7-7 Aden killed Killed in his car in Khormachser
37. Atif A Bin Ubaidallah 2012- 7-7 Hadramout killed Shot dead by soldiers in Sayun.
38. Salah S Muqlif 2012- 7-7 Hadramout died due to injuries Run over by a military car.
39. Marwan A Alazb 2012- 7-7 Aden killed Indiscriminate fire in Darsaad
40. Fahd A Aljunaidi 2012- 7-7 Abyan killed Killed by a sniper on the Martyrs’ square in Almansoorah
41. Mohamed F Aldhalii 2012- 7-7 Aden killed Killed by a sniper on the Martyrs’ square in Almansoorah
42. Adil H Jabir 2012- 7-7 Aden killed Killed by a sniper on the Martyrs’ square in Almansoorah
43. Ahmad A Albajh 2012- 7-10 Lahj killed Shot dead in Sinah, Aldhali
44. Khaled A Assawabi 2012- 7-11 Shabwah killed Found dead in his can in Baihan.14
45. Sharaf M Sharaf 2012- 7-11 Aden
45. Sharaf M Sharaf 2012- 7-11 Aden killed Killed in his house in front of his family by Soldiers in Almansoorah.
46. Abdulhamid S Rashid 2012- 7-11 Aden died due to torture, Tortured to death during interrogation.
47. Abdulfattah Mohamed 2012- 7-11 Aden killed Found dead in Asheich Othman.
48. Mohamed M Alfaraa 2012- 7-13 Aden died due to injuries Injured by a sniper in Almansoorah and died some days later
49. Saeed A Bilfaqih 2012- 7-23 Hadramout killed Killed by an unknown person in Gheil Bawazir
50. Hani A Haggash 2012- 8-2 Abyan killed Killed by an unknown person in Lawder
51. Mohamed O Alshahmi 2012- 8-2 Abyan killed Killed by an unknown person in Lawder
52. Raid M Bafaqih 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
53. Mukhtar M Bafaqih 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
54. Abdullah S Mubarak 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
55. Mahdi A SAeed 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
56. Mohamed Grdi 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
57. Salim A Abudah 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
58. Imad Albaiti 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
59. Ahmad S Hussein 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
60. Almsadi Bateis 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
61. Abdullah M Aqil 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
62. Wasfi Saeed 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
63. Raif S Ahmad 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
64. Ahmad H Alqarshi 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
65. Ihab M Arrahwi 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
66. Fadhl M Alhoshabi 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
67. Ali M Alhoshabi 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
68. Fathi M Alhoshabi 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
69. Ghassan A Nasser 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
70. Wajdi Tbail 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
71. Abdullah Alhassan 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
72. Arif M Hassan 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
73. Abduallah S Hassan 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
74. Ali S Saleh 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
75. Aqeel M Aqeel 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
76. Luei A Blal 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
77. Ali Saad 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
78. Mohamed S Hassab 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
79. Yassir Muhsin 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
80. Abdulwasi Almakhzumi 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
81. Abdullah Amshai 2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
90 Corpses of 9 persons handed over to their families
2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
97 Burned corpses of 9 persons
2012- 8-4 Abyan killed Bomb explosion at funeral in Jiaar
98 Brigadier-general Omar S Ba-Barasheed 2012- 8-9 Hadramout killed In a car bomb explosion in Almukall
99 Muaad Alfadhli 2012- 8-10 Abyan killed Kidnapped by an armed group and found dead later.
100 Hussein M Alqarshi 2012- 8-11 Aden killed By a grenade thrown to his house in Almaala
101 Muteei A Algihafi 2012- 8-11 Lahj died due to injuries Shot dead in Aldhali
102 Azman Alwan 2012- 8-15 Abyan killed Shot dead by armed group in Jiaar
103 Fadhl Faraj 2012- 8-17 Abyan killed Shot dead by armed group in Alhalimah..
104 Sadiq F Muneei 2012- 8-18 Adhali killed Shot dead by armed group belonging to government in Aldhali.
105 Ahmad Bahmaish 2012- 8-20 Aden killed Indiscriminate fire in Crater
106 Mohamed H Bkairi 2012- 8-26 Aden killed While shooting on the Martyrs’ square in Almansoorah.
107 Scheich Salim A Gabir 2012- 8-29 Hadramout killed By an air raid on a car with other people. Although he did not belong to Alqaida
108 Walid A A Gabir 2012- 8-29 Hadramout killed By an air raid on a car with other
people. Although he did not belong to Alqaida
109 Abdulwahid A Saleh 2012- 8-30 Aden killed Run over by an unknown car.

Update: entire text copied below but its out of format, includes injuries and arrests:

1
Quarterly report for the Southern Observatory for Human
Rights (SOHR) for June, July and August 2012 about the
human rights situation in southern Yemen.
Bern, 28 September, 2012
The Southern Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) issues its quarterly report for the period
of August, July and June 2012. The report indicates grave violations committed by the
Yemeni police forces against the citizens of Southern Yemen, stressing that such violations
inherently contradict domestic and international law which does not absolve the perpetrators
of the legal accountability whether domestic or international; especially that such violations
are marked with the cruel and violent nature of excessive force. (Read on …)

Al Beidh urges postponing Southern Yemen Conference, Feierstein says al Beidh paid by Iran (true)

Filed under: Abyan, Aden, Civil Unrest, Interviews, Iran, South Yemen, USA, Yemen, al Dhalie — by Jane Novak at 9:34 am on Thursday, September 27, 2012

Al Beidh never did anything good for southerners since 2007. As teen age boys died on the streets holding his photo and were jailed by the hundreds by the Saleh War Mafia, he did nothing, not even one English statement or raising a case with the UN or documenting the crimes of a decade. Now al Beidh-for his own reasons- is impeding long overdue efforts to organize a southern conference, establish representatives and develop a consensus that enables southerners to work together to secure rights, aid and progress. (Even consistent electricity would be a great step in Aden, but its very important to get a fair share of the donor funds distributed directly to the families literally starving in the south as elsewhere.)

Below is an interview with US Amb Feierstein about Iran funneling money to Al Beidh in Lebanon, and thats true–the money flows both directly and indirectly. Also the al Faroush have made significant gains in infiltrating Hirak.

Ahmed Al Hobaishi is printing al Beidh’s photos, so broadly the GPC is cloning Hirak, but specifically it leads to the question of the linkage between the Saleh forces and Iran in the south as well as Saada.

We know that Saleh long has had good relations with Iranian intelligence, the al Quds force, so maybe the issue boils down again to Saleh, in this case bringing in the Iranian meddlers to aid in his counter-revolution by bolstering al Beidh and elements of the Houthis. Certainly Iran like AQAP would prefer Saleh back in his seat. The only question is why does the US appear to agree.

The youth and residents of South Yemen might do well to start practicing the democracy and self determination they demand from the UN instead of relying on the self interested al Beidh. Al Beidh has not confronted the southern public with the reality that the UN totally and clearly abandoned the southern cause ( including UN SC res 924 and 931) in the latest UN SC resolutions 2014 and 2051. I received the following al Beidh statement from the same source that has been sending me al Beidh’s statements for years, so its authentic. Googlish below:

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
الاخ المناضل حسن احمد باعوم رئيس المجلس الاعلى للحراك السلمي لتحرير
واستقلال الجنوب المحترم
الاخوة المناضلين من نواب الرئيس المحترمين
الاخ الأمين العام للمجلس المحترمين والأخ مستشار رئيس المجلس الأعلى
الاخوة المناضلين رؤساء المحافظات ونوابهم المحترمون
تحية نضالية وبعد (Read on …)

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