UAE Red Crescent distributed food aid to the eastern areas of Hadramout

Emirates Red Crescent distributes humanitarian aids to people of Shanwa, Yemen

The UAE Red Crescent Society continues its humanitarian efforts by delivering food aid to the people of Hadramout governorate in Yemen as part of its efforts to improve their living conditions.

 

In this regard, the Authority distributed 80 tons and 800 kilos and  1000 food basket to the people of GhailBawazeer, Shuhair,Benefitingto(5000) poor and needy families, the beneficiaries of this assistance, thanks to the leadership of the UAE and the UAE Red Crescent Authority, considering that this aid came in time to secure their needs of essential goods.

 

A number of officials at the Directorate stressed the importance of these food baskets in Hadramout due to the tragic situation that the country is facing because of the Houthis militias backed by Iran war.

 

He praised the continuous support provided by the UAE to Yemen and its people in various humanitarian and service aspects through its humanitarian arm, the UAE Red Crescent. The number of food baskets distributed since the beginning of the Year of Tolerance reached 22,304 food baskets at an average rate of 1,802 tons and 163 kg, targeting 111,520 needy and affected families in Hadramout governorate.

Yemen: Protests in the “Mukalla” due to power outages

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Demonstrators in the coastal city of Mukalla, the capital of Hadramout province, east of Yemen, closed a number of main streets on Tuesday to protest against long power cuts.

 

Local residents in separate contacts with the Anatolian correspondent said protesters had blocked main streets in the neighborhoods of Anjer and Dais, in Malakla.

 

Protests have caused congestion and traffic.

 

Residents added that the protests came to denounce the deterioration of electricity service, in conjunction with the rise of heat and humidity in the country.

 

They explained that the electricity was cut off, Monday, from the city for about 15 hours full.

 

Commenting on the protests, the Ministry of Electricity and Energy said that a ship loaded with 3 thousand and 821 tons of diesel fuel reached the port of Aden,

 

Late Monday, to operate electricity generators in Makalla and the coast of Hadramout.

 

The ministry said in a statement that the shipment was purchased urgently, in conjunction with the dispatch of 12 other diesel locomotive to supply those stations from the refineries of Aden.

 

The ministry promised the population more shipments of diesel fuel in the coming days, which will reduce the power cuts significantly, according to the statement.

 

For the fifth year, Yemen has been battling a war between pro-government forces and Huthi forces, who have been in control of provinces including the capital Sanaa since September 2014.

 

Since March 2015, an Arab military alliance led by Saudi Arabia has supported government forces in the face of the Huthis in a war that has left a severe humanitarian crisis, the worst in the world, according to a former UN report.

Yemen: Risk of environmental disaster in the region

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The Yemeni government has renewed its warning of a major oil spill to the Red Sea because the Houthis militias who have blocked the maintenance of the crude oil tanker carrying more than one million barrels of crude oil.
The Yemeni Presidency of the Council of Ministers published an information video on its official Twitter account stating that marine life and riparian countries are at high risk in the case of a disaster happening.
Explained that the Government had repeatedly addressed the United Nations to put pressure on the Houthi militia to allow technical inspection and maintenance of the floating Safer tank at the Ras Issa port.
The video showed that the tank “Safar” is a huge tanker with a weight of 410 thousand tons, which includes more than one million barrels of crude oil, and has not been under maintenance for more than 4 years.
He also confirmed that the oil spill had already started due to the erosion of the reservoir.
He added that the United Nations sent in May a technical team to inspect the reservoir, but the Houthis obstructed their arrival.
Experts say that the oil in Hodeidah port and on SAFER CAN BE an economic and environmental catastrophe that may affect life not only in Yemen but also in neighboring countries if the crude oil stored in the ship leaks.
In March of last year, the Yemeni government issued warnings of the disaster and demanded that the United Nations intervene to conserve the dilapidated ship and mediate the export of the quantities stored in the ship, which is under the control of the Houthi militia.

Trump: We want Iran to leave Yemen

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US President Donald Trump on Tuesday called on Iran to leave Yemen, reiterating that the United States is not seeking to change the regime but to work with it while stressing significant progress with Iran without giving details.
“Washington wants Iran to get out of Yemen,” Trump said at a cabinet meeting in the White House, referring to its support for the al-Houthi militia, which has taken over large parts of the country since 2014.
Houthi militias receive significant military support from Iran, and the Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen has on several occasions demonstrated evidence of Iranian-made rockets and aircraft used by militias in Yemen.
“We want to work with them, not change the regime,” he said. Trump did not elaborate on progress, but US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said at the meeting that Iran had said it was ready to negotiate its missile program, which Iran later denied.
Iran said on Tuesday its ballistic missile program was not negotiable. “Iran’s missiles … are absolutely impossible and under any circumstances to negotiate with anyone or any country,” Ali Reza Mir Yousuf, spokesman for the Iranian mission to the United Nations, told PRESS.
Tension has been on the rise since Trump withdrew last year from a nuclear deal signed by world powers in 2015 with Iran, in which it agreed to limit the level of uranium enrichment in return for lifting international sanctions that crippled its economy.
The European parties decided on Monday that the dispute mechanism set out in the agreement would not be implemented and that further talks are available to avoid any military a confrontation between the United States and Iran, but at the same time did not take any action to protect Iran from the sanctions imposed by Trump.

With the support of UAE.. Al-Muwasat Hospital in Taiz is conducted more than 600 surgeries within 3 months

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With the support and help of the UAE and through his red crescent Yesterday, in the hospital of the rural mediator, a surgery was conducted s to eradicate large fibroids of a twenty-year-old girl from a poor and family, in the countryside of the province of Taiz.

 

 

The doctors removed the large tumors in the uterus of a young woman (20 years old ) after undergoing surgery for hours in a rural hospital supported by the United Arab Emirates through the UAE Red Crescent humanitarian wing in Yemen.

 

 

The patient and her powerless and poor family faced severe suffering for several days after many hospitals refused to carry out the operation without payment.

 

 

At the Al-Mansart Rural Hospital in Nishmeh, supported by the UAE Red Crescent, the operation was performed free of charge for the patient, the removal of many uterine tumors, and the eradication of her uterus

 

 

Over the past three months, the Al-Mawasit Rural Hospital has operated more than 600 major and minor surgeries, as well as various medical services, licenses and radiology, and continues to provide free services. The daily operations are free of charge with the support and funding of the UAE.

 

The coordinator of the UAE Red Crescent in rural stone DR. Hisham Al-Hammadi: The hospital receives hundreds of medical and surgical cases every day, we provide them with various medical services, and operations free of charge, with the support of the UAE, for all patients from 5 directorates who visit the hospital.

UAE Red Crescent distributes hundreds of food baskets to residents of Noor and al-Mesnah, south of Hodeidah

Emirates Red Crescent sends relief convoy to the remote villages in Yemen
The United Arab Emirates Red Crescent Society distributed relief materials to the population in the area of Al-Mesna and the Mourah district of Al-Hawk Directorate south of Hodeidah city in western Yemen.
Along with 400 food baskets distributed as part of the continuous humanitarian and relief assistance provided by the UAE to the population in the province of Hodeidah. The distribution of food baskets is also part of the continuous efforts of the UAE Red Crescent to provide relief to needy populations, especially in the West Coast region, which suffered from the
siege of Al Huthi militias before liberation. The residents of Noor and Masna expressed their thanks to the United Arab Emirates and its wise leadership, and support for them in all areas in the difficult circumstances caused by the Houthis war.

UAE: Distribution of food baskets in Wadi Hadramout

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The United Arab Emirates Red Crescent Society (RCRC) distributed on Monday, emergency food aid to the people of Aidid al-Khalif, Hossoun and Diyar areas at the Tarim Directorate in Wadi Hadramout.
The aid included the distribution of 304 food baskets, at a rate of 24 tons, targeting 1,520 poor and needy families as part of the efforts of the UAE and its humanitarian role in helping the Yemeni people in conjunction with the Year of Tolerance.
The Yemeni people expressed their happiness and gratitude to the United Arab Emirates for the humanitarian assistance they provide.
The number of food baskets distributed since the beginning of the year 2019 in Hadramout governorate crossed (21,304) food basket (1,721 tons and 363 kg), targeted (106,520) needy and affected families in Hadramout governorate.

UAE Red Crescent launches second phase of Cholera Campaign

Yemen: 63 cases of cholera epidemic in Taiz in half a year
The United Arab Emirates, through its humanitarian arm, the Red Crescent Authority, launched the second phase of the campaign against the cholera epidemic in the context of the continuous support provided by the UAE to the people of Al Wazaya and the Yemeni people.
The second phase of the cholera campaign included water sterilization and raising awareness of the causes of the cholera epidemic, its symptoms, sources of infection and methods of prevention through awareness lectures by the medical team of the UAE Red Crescent.
The representative of the UAE Red Crescent in the West Coast said that the second stage is to inform the population of the areas suffering from the cholera epidemic, this phase is a continuation of the campaign to treat and control the cholera epidemic.
For his part, Dr. Rabash Ahmed Saleh, director of the Health and Population Office at the Directorate of Al-Wazea’iyah, said that the UAE Red Crescent provided medicines and medical supplies for all health centers in the Directorate, which contributed to saving lives from the threat of the deadly cholera epidemic. (Therapeutics, awareness-raising and preventive measures), and that this great effort is appreciated by the local authority and all
the members of the Directorate of Al-Wazea’iyah.
The campaign’s supervisor, Dr. Fuad Ahmed Mohammed, said that the field teams have started their work starting from the area of Husayb al-Qubba and will continue the process of raising awareness from house to house in order to achieve the objectives of this campaign and get rid of this epidemic.
A number of Yemeni citizens praised this gesture, which gave them hope for life and avoid the dangers of this dangerous and deadly epidemic.
Cholera is a highly contagious disease that causes severe diarrhea, leading to rapid dehydration. If left untreated, it causes the patient to die within hours.

A Qatari Trojan horse to hit liberated Yemen

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The successful security operation, which resulted in the seizure of Qatari weapons in the home of a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Yemeni province of Aden, revealed the efforts of the small Gulf state to strike stability in the liberated Yemeni cities through its brotherly arm, which is used as a Trojan horse in a number of Arab countries.

 

Aden police found weapons and ammunition bearing the emblems of the State of Qatar in one of the Muslim Brotherhood’s premises in the Directorate of Mualla in Aden province.

 

A security source said that the anti-terrorism team raided the home of the Brotherhood member RamizAl-Kamrani and found inside a sniper rifle and a quantity of Kalashnikov, ammunition and detonators, explosive devices and explosive belts.

 

The types of weapons indicate the nature of the mission assigned to the Brotherhood, according to security expert Ahmed al-Shihri.

 

“These weapons are not a supply of an organized force, but are militia weapons designed to carry out specific targeting operations such as the assassination of officials or acts of sabotage, such as bombings in government or civilian communities,”.

 

Al-Shihri said that the aim is to strike the security and stability in the city, which is a symbol of Yemeni legitimacy, in order to mix the papers to allow the organization of the Brotherhood to expand its influence.

 

The process of controlling the Qatari arms comes after several calls from security officials to the need to face the smuggling of national arms in Yemen.

 

Last October, Yemeni Interior Minister Hussein Arab confirmed Qatar’s role in supporting the coup militias and terrorist organizations in his country, amid reports of an alliance between the Muslim Brotherhood and al-Qaeda under the auspices of Doha.

 

Yemeni security sources reported that a tripartite alliance comprising the Muslim Brotherhood, al-Qaeda and its third pillar supported the country, and decided to carry out attacks against the security forces.

 

The sources confirmed that the security services monitored meetings in Shabwa and Abyan of the leaders of the brothers and other members of the al-Qaeda, in order to coordinate their work under the guidance of  Qatar against government forces.

UN appeals Sana’a court to review 30 death sentences

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Houthis authorities in Yemen this week sentenced 30 men to death amid allegations that many were tortured during their three-year detention for political motives, the UN office said on Friday.
The office urged the Court of Appeal in the Sana’a capital, which is controlled by the Houthis to review the sentences and go for a fair trial.
The first specialized criminal court issued death sentences on Tuesday, said Rafina Shamdassani, spokeswoman for the Human Rights Office.
She added in a press statement that most of the 30 men are academics, students and politicians “associated with the reform party that criticizes the Huthis.” It was referring to the Islamic Reform Party, which is part of the Saudi-
backed government of President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi.
“At no stage did they have a suitable opportunity to present their defense,” she said.
Houthi officials have yet to respond to press request for comment.
According to Shamdassani, the men were arrested in 2016 and charged in April 2017 of belonging to an armed group planning attacks or assassinations targeting security personnel and members of the Huthi-related Popular Committees and providing information to the Yemeni government.
“There is a high probability that many of these charges are politically motivated, there are credible allegations of torture and ill-treatment, our teams have been able to talk to the detainee’s families,” she said.
“Any politically motivated charges and full compliance with international fair trial standards should be dropped,” she said.
In a statement this week, Amnesty International denounced what it described as a “mockery of justice” in a trial in which the 30 men faced “fabricated charges, including spying for the Saudi-led coalition.”
The London-based organization said one of the detainees,
Yusuf al-Bawab, a linguist and political figure who was held
in solitary confinement, was reportedly tortured and
deprived of legal advice and medical care.