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The Syndicate of Journalists demands the release of the remaining kidnapped journalists





The Yemeni Journalists Syndicate welcomed the release of five journalists today, namely “Hisham Tarmoom, Hisham Al-Youssefi, Haitham Abdul-Rahman Al-Shehab, Issam Amin Al-Ghaith, and Hassan Enab,” who were kidnapped from their workplace in Sana’a five and a half years ago.

The Syndicate of Journalists called for the release of the rest of the kidnapped journalists, namely: Abdul Khaleq Omran, Tawfiq Al Mansouri, Akram Al-Walidi, Harith Hamid, Sultan Qatran, Wahid Al-Sufi, Bilal Al-Arifi, Muhammad Abdo Al-Salahi, Muhammad Al-Junaid, Media Professor Walid Al-Sharjabi and Walid Al-Matri

The Syndicate also called for the release of the journalist Muhammad Ali al-Maqri, who was detained in Ma’rib, and Abdullah Bakir, who was detained in Hadramout. And Muhammad Qaid Al-Maqri, who was kidnapped by Al-Qaeda in Hadramout.

In a statement, the Syndicate renewed its request to the international envoy to continue his efforts to release the remaining kidnapped journalists.

It also invited all local and international organizations concerned with freedom of opinion and expression, foremost of which were the Union of Arab Journalists and the International Federation of Journalists to continue their efforts until the release of all the kidnapped journalists.

And on Thursday, the five journalists arrived at Seiyun airport as part of an exchange of prisoners and kidnappers between the government and the Houthi coup militia.

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