On 25 May, armed Huthi forces stormed a peaceful gathering of Baha’is in Sana’a, Yemen. They detained and forcibly disappeared 17 individuals, among them five women. Following international pressure, six people have since been released – one man and three women in June, and two men in July. However, 11 individuals, among them nine men and two women, remain in Huthi custody and their whereabouts remain unknown. They are at risk of further violations at the hands of Huthi authorities, including torture and other ill-treatment or even death. They must be immediately and unconditionally released.