UAE red Crescent inspects the Hadramout Council project


A delegation from the UAE Red Crescent Authority, led by Mr. Humaid Rashid Al Shamsi, on Sunday inspected the progress of the construction of the HadramoutCouncil , in the Mukalla Directorate in Hadramout Governorate, which is fully funded by  the United Arab Emirates.

The implementation of this project is part of the effort to provide better services in development and infrastructure projects as part of the Authority’s efforts to establish, maintain and restore a number of vital buildings and facilities in the governorate.

Mr. Humaid Rashid Al Shamsi, representative of the UAE Red Crescent, confirmed that this inspection visit comes within the framework of direct supervision of the work done since the signing of the agreement to start the completion of the .

Houthis announce the appointment of “ambassador of the Republic of Yemen” in Tehran !

In a move considered by the internationally recognized  Yemeni government as a “flagrant violation” of international laws, the Houthis in Yemen announced the appointment of an “ambassador of the Republic of Yemen” in Tehran.

“A presidential decree was issued appointing Ibrahim Mohammad Mohammad al-Dailami as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of the Republic of Yemen to the Islamic Republic of Iran,” Houthi spokeswoman Al-Massira said in a statement late on Saturday.

Yemeni President AbdRabbo Mansour Hadi cut ties with Iran in October 2015 and ordered the embassy  in the Islamic Republic’s capital to close after he accused Tehran of backing the Houthis militarily. Iran denies the charge, but insists it supports to the Houthis.

The Yemeni government denounced the Houthi declaration. “The announcement of a diplomatic exchange between the Tehran regime and the Houthi militias is a blatant violation of international laws and customs and Security Council resolutions relevant to the Yemeni crisis,” .

“This is not surprising. It transfers the relationship between the two sides from coordination and support from under the table to the public.”

The announcement of the appointment of “ambassador” in Tehran came after the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of IranAyatollah Ali Khamenei held talks with Houthi spokesman Mohammad Abdul Salam last Tuesday in Tehran.

Khamenei reiterated his support to the Houthis, who control the capital Sanaa and large swathes of the north of the country, and accused Tehran’s opponents of “plotting” to divide Yemen.

Yemen’s prime minister : Our battle against the Iranian plan is existential

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Yemen’s internationally-recognized legitimate prime minister, Mu’in Abdul-Malik, on Sunday expressed his country’s appreciation to the leadership, government and people of the Saudi-led Coalition for Supporting Legitimacy for its firm positions and unwavering support for Yemen’s unity and stability.

He stressed the position of the government and the coalition  that the existential and fateful battle, is against the Iranian project in Yemen, and not to allow any rebel militias to launch events of any kind to trap this goal.

This came during a meeting between the Yemeni Prime Minister and the British Ambassador to Yemen, Michael Aaron, where they discussed “unfortunate and unacceptable events in the interim capital Aden, and the efforts of the Coalition to support the legitimacy led by Saudi Arabia to contain the repercussions.”

The meeting praised the efforts exerted by the Saudi-led coalition to overcome what happened in the temporary capital Aden, and return to normal conditions to enable the government to continue its role in normalizing the situation and improve services and alleviate the suffering of citizens, and proceed to complete the restoration of the state and end the Iranian-backed Houthi sectarian insurgency According to the official Yemeni News Agency.

For his part, the British Ambassador reiterated his country’s continued support

for the legitimate Yemeni

government and its firm position to reject any moves to undermine its efforts to impose security and stability and complete efforts to restore the state. He pointed to the unified position of the international community in supporting Yemeni legitimacy and supporting the Saudi-led coalition’s efforts to achieve security and stability and end the suffering of the people The Yemeni.

The Houthis paint the “way of no return” for yemen future generations

Like the celebrations of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, al-Houthi militia celebrations marked the graduation of about a quarter of a million Yemeni children and young students from the summer centers they set up to serve their agendas and sectarian projects in areas under their control.

The militia distributed green headbands to the graduating students, carrying their slogan, the so-called “cry,” the same Khomeinist slogan in Iran that was echoed by students at the closing ceremony of the al-Saleh Mosque in Sanaa.

According to official statistics issued by the Houthis,  the summer centers established by the legitimate government as “sectarian” and warned of its danger in instilling a culture of death and hatred were joined by 251,234 students distributed to 3,672 centers in the provinces controlled by militias

The houthis Militias formed 5 groupesof  studentsaccording to age group, more than 95 thousand students at the introductory level, 87 thousand students in the first level, 47 thousand students in the second level, and 18 thousand students in the third, and 1271 students in the fourth level.

The Houthi group focuses on the children and young people because of the ease of influencing them, and instilling the concepts and beliefs of the group in their minds, in preparation for enrolling them in training

camps, and then to be sent to the fronts.

The students at the centers received special training from Huthi leaders and loyal teachers. They included military training, according to one of the trainers, who revealed that the summer center management had asked him to carry out a military program for the students to strengthen their readiness to fight and increase their ability to withstand the difficult circumstances.

YEMEN WATER CRISIS :UAE red crescent supplies Aden with drinking water and pumps

The UAE Red Crescent has launched a new relief initiative aimed at alleviating the suffering of families living in a number of areas in the city of Aden, which suffers from a water crisis. The relief teams of the Authority started distributing thousands of water bottles in a number of affected areas, which have difficulty in obtaining drinking water in the districts of Tawahi, Brega and Ma’ala.

This assistance comes as part of the relief efforts adopted by the UAE to alleviate the suffering of the people in the liberated governorates and to improve the level of basic services, which are seriously deteriorated .

Workers in the relief teams said that the UAE Red Crescent began to carry tankers carrying thousands of liters of drinking water, and delivers it  to the affected and deprived areas,Adding that water does not reach a large number of houses in some areas of Aden due to poor pumping and lack of production from wells, which left great suffering on families living in those areas, especially with the great hardship in obtaining clean drinking water.

They added that this step coincided with the adoption of another initiative, the installation of additional pumps in the fields and wells in order to raise production and supply pumping stations with generators to help them to deliver water easily to the homes of citizens who are struggling to obtain clean and safe drinking water.

The people expressed their thanks and appreciation for

the continuous relief efforts provided by the UAE through its humanitarian arm.In order to alleviate the suffering they have been living for years, they added that the UAE red Crescent has always been the first organization to respond to humanitarian appeals and alleviate the suffering faced by the people  of Aden and the liberated southern governorates.

The UAE continues efforts to curb cholera outbreak in Yemen


The UAE continues its efforts to curb the spread of cholera in Yemen, through its support to the health sector by providing medicines and medical supplies to hospitals, health centers and units or through preventive and awareness campaigns, in addition to providing clean water to the population, especially the most vulnerable groups, womenand children.

UAE continue Alleviating the epidemic in the West Coast areas of Taiz and Hodeidah governorates and the rest of Yemen governorates, which resulted in reducing the incidence of infections. The UAE, through its humanitarian arm, the Red Crescent Authority, has launched treatment, preventive and awareness campaigns to combat cholera epidemic in a number of directorates of the west coast of Yemen. Dr. Rabash Ahmed Saleh, Director of the Office of Health and Population, in the Directorate of Al-Waziya, said that the UAE Red Crescent, provided the necessary medicines and medical supplies  for all health centers in the Directorate, which contributed to saving lives, from the risk of a deadly cholera epidemic.

He pointed out that the “Crescent” continues its efforts to eradicate cholera epidemic through the implementation of the three stages / treatment, awareness and preventive /, and that this great effort is appreciated by the local authority, and all the people of the Directorate of Waziya.

To the West, the 16-day campaign to combat cholera and treat cases in Al Waziya comes within the continued

support of the UAEto The health sector and various services, developmental and social sectors, in the Directorate and the rest of the directorates of Taiz and the west coast of Yemen.

The United Nations calls for cease fire and negotiation in Yemen!

After the violent clashes that erupted few days ago in the vicinity of the Maasheq presidential palace in KRITER district in the city of Aden between the Presidential Guard forces and the Southern Transitional Council gunmen.

The United Nations  expressed grave concern over the recent escalation in the southern city of Aden because of the repercussions on the lives of the people of the region, calling on both parties to the conflict to stop fighting and start negotiations.

The ICRC delegation in Yemen has confirmed on its official Twitter account that 200,000 people in Aden have lost access to clean water, stressing the need to ensure that the wounded and sick have access to health facilities and the protection of health-care workers.

“It’s a matter of life and death,” they Said

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on both parties to the conflict, the internationally recognized forces of the Yemeni government, and other forces of the Southern Transitional Council, to stop hostilities and ensure the application and respect of international humanitarian law and human rights.

Guterres urged both sides to start a dialogue to resolve their differences and respond to the concerns of all Yemenis.

Houthi militia raises the pace of military escalation in Hodeidah

The Houthi  militia continue its military escalation in various areas and directorates of Hodeidah province in western Yemen, on the second day of Eid al-Adha.

the militias used heavy weapons and artillery shelling of the Hauser, B10-directed artillery shells and RPGs non stop since Yesterday morning .

The positions of the joint Yemeni forces stationed east of Al-Saleh city in Hodeidah city were heavily bombarded by Houthi militias during the past hours with artillery and heavy weapons.

Militiamen also opened fire and used 14.7-caliber medium machine guns, Dushka and sniper weapons intensively and violently.

The militias have thrown large crowds armed with various types of weapons brought from distant provinces under their control towards the various fronts and areas of Hodeidah.

A Yemeni military source said that the militia elements stationed in adjacent positions overlooking the Directorate of Hays bombed and targeted the joint forces in the directorate, using heavy, medium and light weapons.

Houthi artillery shelling on Tahitacity  on the second day of Eid al-Adha, targeting residential neighborhoods in the city and houses of citizens and remote villages on the outskirts of the Directorate didn’t stop for hours.

Local sources said that the Houthi militias bombed the residential neighborhoods in the city with a number of heavy artillery shells and 120 mortar shells landed on citizens’ houses and residential neighborhoods in the center of the city.

UAE: the red Crescent projects for Eid in the west coast of yemen

The UAE Red Crescent teams distribution Eid clothing and food baskets and  the required goats and sheep for the sacrifice ritual of eid .for poor, needy and displaced families and children of martyrs and orphans in the West Coast.

As part of the ongoing support provided by the UAE to the people of the Sahel and the Yemeni people in the liberated governorates, as part of projects and initiatives of the Year of Tolerance, in order to normalize the situation and improve living conditions, the distribution of Eid clothing included 700 families in the districts of Al Khokha, Hays and Tahita, south of Hodeidah.

A total of 2,000 food parcels have been distributed, benefiting 14,000 citizens, accompanied by the distribution of Eid clothing.

UAE Crescent teams in the West Coast launched the Eid Sacrifice project, which targeted poor familiesfrom the West Coast.

Crescent support and assistance programs continue in the West Coast as a leading organization targeting and meeting the needs of citizens, the needy and the displaced in all the West Coast directorates according to an integrated assistance system carried out by the Authority in the Year of Tolerance 2019

successfully concluded a campaign to prevent and  control the cholera epidemic in the West Coast.

The Authority also inaugurated and handed over  AlQataba Water Project at Al Khokha Directorate in the West Coast, in addition to dozens of similar water projects in a large number of directorates and areas of Sahel and Tihama.

Houthi, IS deadly attacks – Hundreds protest in Yemen’s Aden

Hundreds of southern Yemeni folks gathered on Monday during a public square within the port city of Aden to specific their anger regarding 2 deadly attacks that hit town days ago.

Several senior social leaders attended the demonstration organized in Aden’s neighbourhood of KhorMaksar and shouted loud slogans against the Houthi rebel group that fired a missile against Aden on thursday.

Local medical authorities told Xinhua that around fifty eight folks died as a result of a Houthi-fired missile attack and a suicide automotive bombing in 2 completely different locations in city.

On Thursday, a Houthi-fired missile landed on a military parade command in a military base within the district of Buraiga, resulted scores killed together with senior commanders.

Meanwhile, a suicide automotive bombing launched by the Islamic State (IS) militant cluster targeted a police headquarters within the neighbourhood of ruler Othman, killing several troopers.

The angry protesters jogged through the neighbourhoods of Aden and demanded military step-up against the Iran-backed Houthi rebels who were responsible of the two attacks in Aden.

“We demand revenge for killing our troopers and commanders,” a demonstrator said throughout the protest.

Local Yemeni observers worry that the newest deadly attacks, significantly the Houthi missile one against Aden, could result in any military escalation within the destroyed country.

They expected that the pro-secession Southern shift Council (STC) that has thousands of well-trained troops might perform additional attacks against Houthi-held areas within the sea port town of Hodeidah in revenge for Aden’s attacks.

Sources at the port-based STC said that investigations are still ongoing to find a lot of details regarding the deadly attacks that stricken Aden.

Days when the attack, significant security forces backed by armoured vehicles were deployed around key government facilities and military bases set in several neighbourhoods of Aden.

Several new checkpoints were additionally discovered by disguised security troops round the city’s main entrances and intersections.

Considered Yemen’s temporary capital, Aden is wherever the Saudi-backed Yemeni government has primarily based itself since 2015.

The impoverished Arab country has been secured during a war since late 2014, once Islamist Houthi rebels overran a lot of of the country and taken all Northern provinces, as well as the capital Sana.