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Sanaa-based monitor says Houthi rebels are holding dozens of women without trial and often torturing the detainees. A Yemeni rights lawyer told the AP on Thursday that the women were rounded up from cafes and parks in the past months.
Speaking on condition of anonymity for fears for personal safety, he said families were still searching for their missing daughters. The allegations were first raised over the weekend by the Yemen Organization for Combating Human Trafficking, based in the capital, Sanaa. The group's founder, Nabil Fadel, said he had received information from families, former female detainees and other sources that, over the past months, the Houthis had been rounding up women over allegations of prostitution and collaboration with the Saudi-led coalition, which is at war with the rebels.
Fadel said that the arrests started after the Houthi appointment a year ago of Sultan Zabin as head of the Sanaa criminal investigation division. Zabin promptly launched a crackdown on prostitution and smuggling. Women who had been rounded up in the crackdown and subsequently granted release were sent to secret detentions in villas across the Yemeni capital instead of being set free.
The rebel-run Interior Ministry responded to the allegations on Monday saying they were rumours from the "mouthpieces of the mercenaries" that are "tarnishing the image of security apparatus". It also denied the existence of secret prisons and illegal and arbitrary detentions and vowed to prosecute those behind the reports.
The leader of the Houthis, Abdul-Malek al-Houthi, had recently warned in televised speeches about a so-called "soft war" against the Houthis by their enemies, pointing to their "corrupt morals and sins". An AP investigation last month showed that thousands of Yemenis have been imprisoned by the Houthi militia during the four years of Yemen's grinding civil war.