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    and community capacity for social justice 3 Heighten legal and human rights public awareness 4 Mount Human rights campaigns to advocate human rights cases ACTIVITIES HOOD translates its missions and objectives through the implementation of the following activities 1 Provide legal assistance to victims of human rights violations Report to the concerned authorities on the event Represent the victims before the concerned judicial authorities Call for human rights perpetrators to be brought to justice HOOD pays a particular attention to a Victims of illegal detention nationals or foreigners detained in Yemeni prisons Yemeni nationals detained abroad e x detainees in Guantanamo Bagram Saudi Iraq b enforced disappearance c victims of torture 2 Carrying out Strengthening Human Rights in Yemen program through Create advocacy teams of lawyers journalists influential people and community leaders at the level of the Yemeni governorates and districts and Train the advocacy teams on monitoring human rights violations and build their capacity and improve their skills that enable them to run organizations themselves Encourage the advocacy teams to turn into independent organizations working on the defense of human rights at their local areas Build the capacity of NGOs through carrying out projects that serves building the capacity of civil society activists and the development of their leadership skills in the field of human rights holding several self funding trainings targeting different segments of society coordinating with universities unions and bars to train their members on human rights developing training materials and manuals on human rights issues 3 Contribute to the application of the Role of Law and enhance the principles of Good Governance as the following The proposition of better alternative laws The Promotion of new draft laws or amendments to existing laws 4 Launch advocacy campaigns and mobilization on Human Rights Establish or join international and

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    of the NSB HOOD Annual Report 2012 is the Year of Drones and Terror Security Forces 2 Back You are here Home Search Search Keyword Search Search for All words Any words Exact Phrase Ordering Newest First Oldest First Most Popular Alphabetical Category Search Only Categories Contacts Articles Newsfeeds Comments Hood Activities Video Training course of the Youth Coalitions Leadership at the Altagheer Square Sana a Video HOOD AlKaramah Hearing

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    of Drones and Terror Security Forces 2 Back You are here Home Archive Filter Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 100 All Filter Hood Activities Video Training course of the Youth Coalitions Leadership at

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  • Sana'a
    has been informed today that two Yemeni prisoners at Bagram Mr Ameen Al Bakri and Fadi Al Maqaleh were repatriate to Yemen this early morning The Yemeni Security has received both of the detainees but their whereabouts has not been revealed yet In a press release HOOD says that both Al Bakri and Al Maqaleh are victims of the U S so call War on Terror Both are released in the context of the U S A arrangements to withdraw from Afghanistan Meanwhile HOOD urges the U S A to set free the other 90 Yemeni detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp who are suffering an inhumane treatment without facing any charge or trial Fadi Al Maqaleh and Amin Al Bakri have been in U S military custody for nearly 11 years and since 2003 they were both imprisoned in the U S detention facility at Bagram Airbase in Afghanistan Ammen Al Bakri had been held in Bagram facility since 2003 and that he had been held in secret extrajudicial detention in the CIA s network of black sites prior to his transfer to Bagram In 2008 His tribe in Yemen declared their solidarity with al Bakri and called for his release ever since Whereas Fadi Al Maqaleh was seized outside of Afghanistan and rendered to Bagram by agents of the United States His family only learned that their son was in U S military custody after receiving a letter via the International Committee of the Red Cross ICRC in or around 2003 Add new comment More Articles No More Promises Actions Speak Truth Guantanamo Prison Must be Shut Down For Yemenis US Refusal to Release Gitmo Prisoners is a National Offense HOOD s Statement on the Killing of Houthi Demonstrators in Front of the NSB HOOD Annual Report

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  • Aden
    HOOD s Statement on the Killing of Houthi Demonstrators in Front of the NSB HOOD Annual Report 2012 is the Year of Drones and Terror Security Forces 2 Back You are here Home Govrnorates News Aden Hood Activities Video Training course of the Youth Coalitions Leadership at the Altagheer Square Sana a Video HOOD AlKaramah Hearing Session of Drone airstrike on a minibus in Rada Video Training course for the

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  • خارطــة الموقــع
    of Drones and Terror Security Forces 2 Back You are here Home Site Map Hood Activities Articles Hood Voice Search Hood Library Video Library Audio Library Photo Library Other menus Local Draft Laws Hood Archive Related Sites Main Menu Home Contact Us Publications About us عــربــي Search Archive Govrnorates News Sana a Aden Taiz Hodiedah Ibb lahj Site Map Hood Activities Video Training course of the Youth Coalitions Leadership at

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  • Yemen Receives two Yemeni Bagram prisoners Al-Bakri and Al- Maqaleh
    Bagram Mr Ameen Al Bakri and Fadi Al Maqaleh were repatriate to Yemen this early morning The Yemeni Security has received both of the detainees but their whereabouts has not been revealed yet In a press release HOOD says that both Al Bakri and Al Maqaleh are victims of the U S so call War on Terror Both are released in the context of the U S A arrangements to withdraw from Afghanistan Meanwhile HOOD urges the U S A to set free the other 90 Yemeni detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp who are suffering an inhumane treatment without facing any charge or trial Fadi Al Maqaleh and Amin Al Bakri have been in U S military custody for nearly 11 years and since 2003 they were both imprisoned in the U S detention facility at Bagram Airbase in Afghanistan Ammen Al Bakri had been held in Bagram facility since 2003 and that he had been held in secret extrajudicial detention in the CIA s network of black sites prior to his transfer to Bagram In 2008 His tribe in Yemen declared their solidarity with al Bakri and called for his release ever since Whereas Fadi Al Maqaleh

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  • No More Promises, Actions Speak Truth - Guantanamo Prison Must be Shut Down
    threat to the US interests after they return to Yemen It is unbelievable that the US wants to know from us things that we don t know Something in future is still unknown to us so how can they expect us to predict the future Mr Remes said during the conference Families of the 26 prisoners who were classified high risk for transfer expressed condemnation and discontent at the finding saying that there is no concrete evidence or even formal charges to suggest their sons are high risk We do not care whether they are sent back to Yemen or to anywhere else we want them out of there and that s all the families said On 17 June 2013 the US Pentagon released information on the status of each 166 prisoners remaining in custody at Guantanamo Bay prison The Final Report of the Guantanamo Review Task Force dated 22nd January 2010 published the results for the 240 detainees subject to the Review 36 were the subject of active cases or investigations 30 detainees from Yemen were designated for conditional detention due to the poor security environment in Yemen 126 detainees were approved for transfer 48 detainees including 26 Yemenis were determined too dangerous to transfer but not feasible for prosecution 166 detainees are still at Guantanamo Bay Prison around half of whom were cleared for release in 2009 but because of the lack of judicial oversight they remain imprisoned This is an extraordinary length of time for them to be imprisoned without any charges or trials Enough Obama enough I am the mother of Hayel Aziz who was kidnapped from Pakistan and sold to the Americans said Hayel s mother who carries her son s sneakers with her whenever she speaks about him in a public forum Families and

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