The houthis violations of human rights in AL-DALI provence

human rights in AL-DALI provence

A recent human rights report has revealed that the Houthi militia has committed thousands of violations and crimes against civilians in al-Dali ‘province, southern Yemen, during the past two months.

According to the report issued by the media center of the province of Dali, the Houthi militias have committed 10123 violations against civilians in the province of Dali, by launching series of attacks during the previous two months, stressing that the Houthi group did not succeed in achieving its military objectives, but in On the other hand, it succeeded in deepening the humanitarian violations against civilians.

According to the report, the Center’s monitoring team documented 130 cases of murder, including 12 children, 10 women 40 children and 22 women were arrested, hundreds of abductions, including 10 children.

The report pointed out that the Houthi militias deliberately used a policy of systematic destruction of the infrastructure of public or private property, service facilities, health and educational institutions, houses, farms and places of worship,

Even the mosques have not been spared from these attacks, where the destruction of 5 mosques has been documented.

Militias have also targeted schools and educational institutions, denying education to thousands of university students and schoolchildren.

The report identified 21 violations in the education sector, including the destruction of 3 schools in total, 6 in part, 2 university colleges and 2 technical and vocational institutes, the conversion of 8 schools into military barracks, the attack on an ambulance and 3 paramedics.

The Houthi militias planted individual mines on public roads and near the homes of citizens indiscriminately.

The report also documented the killing of a journalist and the injury of two during their coverage of the battles.

The report pointed out that the figures and statistics clearly reveal the humanitarian impasse in the province of Al-Dhala, calling on human rights and humanitarian organizations to be to reduce violations against civilians in the province carried out by the Houthi militia.

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The Houthi militia holds shipments of medicines

Houthi militia holds shipments of medicines

Once and again the Houthi militia seized a new shipment of medicines, belonging to the organization “Doctors Without Borders” at Sanaa International Airport.

The Houthi militia is holding a new shipment of medicines that arrived via the United Nations airways more than a week agoat Sanaa International Airport.

The Houthi militia asked the organization to return some types of medicines, claiming that the health situation in Yemen does not need them, while the market lacks these drugs for the treatment of some chronic diseases.

The militia is putting great pressure on UN and international organizations working in the health field to give priority to the medical needs of the wounded fighters, threatening to obstruct the work of those organizations in areas under their control.

The militia Houthi had prevented, on Monday, the entry of the representative of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Yemen, Ahmed al-Obeid, to the country, and ordered his plane to take off shortly after landing in (Sanaa).

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The houthis attacks the representative of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Yemen

the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Yemen

Yemeni Minister of Information Muammar al-Iryani on Saturday condemned the Houthi coup’s attack on the representative of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Yemen, Al-Obaid Ahmed Al-Obaid.

Al-Iryani, in a series of tweets published on Twitter on Tuesday, strongly condemned the Iranian-backed Houthi militia expel ofthenthe international official in charge of the human rights in Yemen, and to withdraw his travel permit and force his plane to take off minutes after landing at Sanaa International Airport

He also stated that the attack came against the backdrop of a report that highlighted militia abuses, including sexual violence against women in Houthi detention centers.

He called on the Yemeni Minister of Information, the United Nations and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to announce the facts to the world and international public opinion about this insidious act, and not to cover up the crimes of the Houthi militia and not to bow to its repressive practices, even against officials of the United Nations and international human rights organizations.

UN officials revealed that after the arrival of the UNHCR representative, Al-Obaid Ahmed Al-Obaid, in Sanaa on Monday, security officers from the Houthi militia boarded the plane, took his passport , and ordered the pilot to leave.

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Yemen: resumption of crude oil exports

oil export

Yemen’s governor of Hadhramaut, Major General Faraj Salmeen al-Bahsani, announced on Monday the resumption of crude oil exports after the government met the demands of the local authority in the province as the severe fuel crisis continues in the cities of Yemen.

The resumption of the export process came after a 13-day suspension, in protest at the government’s “evasion” of its obligations to the province.

Al-Bahsani, who is also the commander of the second military zone, attributed in a statement Monday evening, according to the “Anatolia”, allowing the process of exporting oil, to the government to meet the demands made by the local authority.

“A ship arrived on the 17th of this month, carrying a batch of crude oil, and ordered us to stop it until we reached an understanding with the government,” he said.

He attributed the decision to stop the export of crude oil, to ignore the government to meet the demands of the government, especially “pay the salaries of the forces of the second military area for four months, and not to pay the dues of the share of Hadramout of crude oil for months, and pay the bills of oil derivatives for power plants.”

The Yemeni government has approved 20% financial dues for the province of Hadramout, from each shipment of oil produced by the oil companies operating in the province after the sale and export abroad.

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Yemen calls on the United Nations to pressure the Houthis to relief Hodeidah

United Nations to pressure the Houthis to relief Hodeidah

Yemen’s legitimate government on Tuesday called on the United Nations to intervene urgently and put pressure on the Houthi coup militia to bring relief aid to the besieged population in the city of Duraimi in the western province of Hodeidah.

The Minister of Local Administration and Chairman of the Higher Committee for Relief in Yemen, Abdul Raqeeb Fateh, denounced the Houthi militia prevented the World Food Program from bringing aid to the people in Duraimi. He described this behavior as “terrorist and contrary to international and humanitarian laws.”

Fatah, in a statement published by the official Yemeni News Agency, called on the UN team from the Swedish agreement to monitor the redeployment to exercise its role in obliging the militias to allow the urgent introduction of aid and recording these violations and to address the international community with all these actions by the coup militias. In coordination with the World Food Program (WFP) and humanitarian organizations to bring aid to Hodeidah Governorate as a result of the urgent humanitarian need of the people in these areas.

The Yemeni official reiterated his call on the international community to put pressure on the militias to allow the organizations quick access to those in need in those areas.

He stressed that the continuation of the coup militias violations against the relief operation proves the scale of terrorism of this group, and the risk of continued control of some areas and provinces, pointing out that these actions and violations must be met with firm and serious positions to end and ensure that they do not recur.

Houthi militias have blocked the UN World Food Program (WFP) for the fourth time since Sweden agreed to deliver humanitarian aid to families (40 families) that the militias use as human shields in residential neighborhoods still under their control in Duraimi, south of Hodeidah

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Houthi militia´s fake allegations

Houthi militia´s fake allegations

Iran’s al-Houthi militiais promoting untrue allegations aimed at misleading international and regional public opinion, a spokesman for the Alliance for Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen said on Monday.

Maliki said during a press conference, that the Iranian Houthi militias tried to circumvent the units of the National Army, but the coalition forces foiled the attempt.

He pointed out that one of the most important threats to regional and international security is the threat of Houthi militias, using weapons, especially ballistic missiles and drones.

The threat of IranianHouthi militias also includes shipping lines and international trade in the Bab al-MandabStrait and the southern RedSea, he said.

Al-Maliki pointed out that the Houthi militias did not abide by the Stockholm agreement, especially its three understandings with regard to prisoners and ports, including the port of Hodeidah.

A spokesman for the Coalition to Support Legitimacy said that the Iranian Houthi militias are still continuing to threaten maritime navigation and international trade.

He stressed that the coalition plays an important role in neutralizing the houthis, saying: “We are working 24 hours to neutralize the threat of drones and speedboats, especiallyfromHodeidah.”

Al-Maliki showed pictures of targeting coalition forces and workshops to manufacture booby-trapped boats belonging to the Houthi militias on the Yemeni coasts.

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European tribute to SaudiArabia’s humanitarian efforts in Yemen

humanitarian efforts in Yemen

The European Union Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management (ECO), Christos Stylianides, praised the professional performance of the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action in Saudi Arabia, and his work methods in the face of risks and disasters, expressing his deep gratitude for the great efforts of the Center in the field of humanitarian work, especially in Yemen.

This came during a meeting with Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah, Advisor at the Royal Court, General Supervisor of the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action, at the European Commission headquarters in the Belgian capital Brussels today, with Stylianides, in the presence of Saudi Arabia’s Permanent Representative to the European Union, Ambassador Saad Al-Arifi.

Dr. Al-Rabiahbriefed the EU Commissioner on the great efforts being made by Saudi Arabiathrough the Center to various countries of the world as well as Syrian and Yemeni refugees

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UAE calls on the international community to help Yemen

international community to help Yemen

Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, Permanent Representative of UAE to the United Nations and other international organizations in Geneva, delivered the UAE’s address to the Human Rights Council as part of the public debate on humanrights, technical assistance and capacity building in Yemen.

The UAE reiterated its support for the efforts of the UN Secretary General and his Special Envoy for Yemen to convince the parties to the Yemeni conflict to implement immediately and fully all relevant Security Council resolutions, especially Resolution 2216/2015 /, withoutpreconditions or restrictions.

This came in a speech delivered by HE Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, Permanent Representative of the State to the United Nations and other international organizations in Geneva to the forty-second session of the Human Rights Council in the framework of the generaldebate on human rights and the provision of technical assistance and capacity-building in Yemen.

Regarding the humanitarian situation in Yemen, Ambassador Zaabi called on the international community to facilitate the unimpededdelivery of humanitarian assistance throughoutYemen, in accordance with the principles of international humanitarianlaw.

His Excellency also urged all donor countries and organizations to fulfill their commitment to provide financial support for the UN Humanitarian Response Plan in Yemen for 2019, pointing out the support provided by the UAE of US $ 5.91 billion to cover basic humanitarian needs during the period from 2015 to 21 September. / 2019.

Al-Zaabi called for mobilizing the necessary resources to face the economic and social challenges facing Yemen, in coordination with the international donor community and in accordance with the priorities set by the Yemeni authorities.

He also called on the Office of the High Commissioner for HumanRights to continue to provide technical support and assistance to the Government of Yemen and technical support to the National Commission of Inquiry to ensure the continued implementation of its mandate in accordance with Presidential Decree No. 30 of 22 August 2019.

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Yemen’s Foreign Minister : UN must oblige Houthis to implement Stockholm agreement

: UN must oblige Houthis to implement Stockholm agreement

Yemeni Foreign Minister Mohammed Abdullah al-Hadrami on Saturday called on the UN Security Council to “force the Houthis to implement the Stockholm agreement by withdrawing from the city and ports of Hodeidah and implementing the agreement to release prisoners and lift the siege on the city of Taiz.”

He expressed Yemen’s appreciation for the support of the brothers in the Saudi-led coalition, stressing that Yemen was able to “restrain the sacrifices of the resistance and support our brothers to rein in the madness of the Houthi militias that have destroyed everything beautiful in Yemen,” according to the Yemeni news agency “Saba” of the Yemeni government in Aden. .

He stressed that “Iran and its military arms in our Arab region, including the Houthis and Hezbollah, pose a serious threat to national security,” pointing out that “Iran has caused great damage to Yemen and the Arabian Peninsula,” condemning the attacks on Saudi Aramco facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais.

The Yemeni foreign minister also praised the roleof UAE and donor friends and brothers who stood with Yemen in a time of hardship and helped alleviate the burden of the humanitarian crisis by supporting humanitarian response plans or providing direct assistance.

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United Nations: Yemen is the poorest country in the world

Yemen is the poorest country in the world

According to the Yemen War Impact Assessment report, since the Houthi coup, the war has increased poverty in Yemen from 47 percent of the population to 75 percent, according to forecasts by the end of 2019.If fighting continues until 2022, Yemen will be classified as the poorest country in theworld. where seventy-nine percent of the population lives below the poverty line, sixty-five percent are classified as very poor.

“UNDP has worked with the support of international partners and as part of a broader United Nations intervention, focusing on helping Yemenis sustain businesses and enterprises, in order to maintain the infrastructure needed to recover when they are in place, said Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator. Peace comes.

If the war continues in Yemen, the proportion of the population living in extreme poverty will triple, and will rise from 19 percent in 2014 to 65 percent in 2022, the report said. Yemen by 2022 is the most poor country in the world.

The report, launched at a parallel event at the UN General Assembly, co-hosted by Germany and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) to identifies spikes in malnutrition throughout Yemen. Twenty-five percent of the population was malnourished, but the report estimates that this figure is now approaching thirty-six percent, and could reach about fifty percent if fighting continue until 2022.

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