A Yemeni activist revealed that 11 girls had been kidnapped in the capital, Sanaa, which is under the control of the Houthi militia, last October.
Human rights activist Samira al-Huri, one of the female activists who survived the prisons of the Houthi militia, said that more than 11 girls were kidnapped in Sanaa last month.
She explained that this is the outcome of the official communications that she receives, noting that there are dozens of families who do not report cases, for fear of shame and disgrace.
Al-Houri added that the Houthi supervisors are forcing the victims to send audio messages that the girls decided to escape with other men as a kind of distortion and misleading for the families of the victims.
The severity of the kidnapping of girls increased in the capital, Sana’a, the most recent of which was the kidnapping of Marwa Al Hammadi and another student in a tour of Taiz, while she was going to school, late last month.