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.

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.

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.

1,673 Houthi mines were cleared in Yemen within a week

The Saudi Mine Clearance Project in Yemen announced the extraction of 1,673 houthisminesduring the last week of July2019 .

Among these mines were 4 antipersonnel mines, 1,350 anti-tank mines, 305 unexploded ordnance and 14 improvised explosive devices (IEDs).

He explained that the total mines cleared since the beginning of the project so far is  79,986 mines planted by the Houthi militias in schools and homes in Yemen hidden in different forms, colors and planted in different  ways , these mines have killed a large number of children and women.

The Yemeni government says engineering teams and regional and international programs have extracted nearly 500,000 mines and improvised explosive devices since the beginning of the war.

According to official statements, there are more than one million mines and explosive devices still planted and that have not been cleared.

A human rights report said that the Houthi militia, since its coup against the legitimate authority in September 2014, has adopted a systematic strategy in the use of mines and explosives of all kinds.

the cultivation of mines, which are a unique signature of the Houthi militias, made yemen “one of the largest minefields on earth.”

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

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.

“Houthi” committed thousands of violations against the children of Hajour

The Yemeni Network of Rights and Freedoms revealed that the Huthi militias have committed thousands of violations, war crimes and crimes against humanity in the areas of Hajour in Hajjah province.

The network also considered that the international community, the United Nations and its envoy to Yemen are absent from the roles expected of them.

In its details, the network said it monitored more than 11,000 human rights violations in the Hajour tribal areas of Hajjah province in northwestern Yemen by al-Houthi militias between January and April of the same year.

According to the report, the violations varied between murder, physical assaults, arrests, abduction and forced disappearances, forced displacement , as well as the destruction of homes and private property, violations of children’s rights and the right to education.

The network’s field team documented more than 120 killings by Iranian-backed terrorist groups.

The team also documented over 640 cases, 25 cases of torture and ill-treatment of detainees, and more than 350 arbitrary arrests.

the team monitored more than 109 cases of closure of educational schools, occupying 20 schools and turning them into military barracks for Houthi militias.

147 organizations deplore international silence on Houthis crimes in Yemen

A joint statement issued by 147 civil society organizations denies the regional and international silence on the crimes of the Houthi terrorist militias against Yemeni civilians.

The statement issued by the Yemeni organizations condemned “the terrorist Huthimilitias committing a number of horrific crimes against humanity, deliberately killing them and targeting children and civilians”.

“We, the civil society organizations, condemn the fact that the Huthi militias committed a number of crimes against civilians, which confirm their intent to commit war crimes and crimes against humanity, and direct them to kill and target children,” the statement said.

The organizations blamed the United Nations for its silence over the killings and bombings that led to the continuation of the militiasIn the perpetration of these crimes on a daily basis, taking advantage of the ambiguous positions of the United Nations and its envoy to Yemen, the actions of the militias in Aden are clear , it confirms and shows that the militias are not seeking peace and continue to commit crimes and violations of UN resolutions.

The Yemeni organizations stressed that “human life in Yemen above all political considerations are just words ,the United Nations and its envoy to Yemen and international organizations have a  staunch attitude towards the criminality and violations of the Houthi militias.”

The organizations called on the international community to express its position against the crimes of the Houthi militias, pointing out that “silence on these crimes is considered by the Houthi terrorist militias as a green light and a permission to continue committing crimes.”

Yemen : the Houthis ruined thousands of lives and killed 4 million children and soldiers

The Yemeni government has declared that the Houthi militias have destroyed the lives of more than 4 million children. Most of them have been forced to look for work due to the war, which has exploited the economic and humanitarian situation of the Yemeni families and forced them to support their families and join the militias.

the resolution of the conflict in Yemen will only be achieved by resolving the roots of this conflict, and ending the houthis putsch , restoring the kidnapped state institutions, achieving sustainable peace, ending the sufferings of the Yemeni people and achieving peace based on the three agreed terms of reference.

The Representative of Yemen to the United Nations in New York Ambassador Abdullah Al-Saadi, said at the open debate of the UN Security Council,Friday, on children and armed conflict, that armed militias Houthi recruited more than 30 thousand Yemeni children and uses them in the conflict, stressing the killing of 3 thousand and 279 children , in flagrant violation of international humanitarian law.

The recruitment operations included students, school students, kids from orphanages, juvenile shelters and local communities. The Houthimilitias deprives them of education. In the past two years, 1.6 million children have been denied access to schools. They have shelled and destroyed two thousand and 372 schools in part and in full. More than a thousand and 600 schools are now prisons and military barracks.

The most heinous types of murder … recruitment and deprivation

Al-Saadi pointed out that Yemeni children are subjected to the worst kinds of killing, suffering, recruitment and denial of their basic educational, health and social rights because of the Huthi militias.

He also pointed out that the children who are detained as fighters in the ranks of the Huthi militias are brought back , taking care of and  rehabilitatedat the Marib Rehabilitation Center, supported by the King Salman Center for Humanitarian Relief.

The children are handed over to their families.

He warned that the Houthi armed militias would establish summer camps to attract, train and apprentice children to continue their exploitation of Yemeni children , in flagrant violation of all international norms, laws and child rights laws.

A Houthi attack on police barracks in Aden : 17 killed

Seventeen policemen were killed and others wounded Today in aHouthi attack on  police barracks in southern Yemen near Aden, where a suicide bomber also targeted a security forces command center.

The attack, carried out by the Houthis, targeted the al-Jalaa barracks, 20 kilometers west of Aden, and was carried out by a ballistic missile and aircraft, according to the sources,  it was confirmed  that Brigadier MunirYafi’I was among the victims (dead).

Three policemen were killed and 20 wounded, in the suicide attack on a security force post in Aden.

The car bomb attack occurred at the entrance of the police headquarters in Sheikh Osman district as policemen gathered to greet the flag, security officials said.

Aden is the seat of the internationally recognized government of Yemen, which is fighting a war with the Houthis, who control the capital Sanaa and most of the north of the country.

Yemen :a child was grazing sheeps..aHouthi bullet ended his life !

A child was shot dead Tuesday by al-Houthi militia snipers in al-Midam district of Al-Maqtara district, northwest of Lahj province in southern Yemen.

Local sources said 14-year-old Suleiman Abdul Hakim was killed by a gunshot to the head from a Houthi militia sniper stationed in Tuba al-Khadra on the Al-Hakam Front.

The sources pointed out that the child  was grazing sheep in one of the mountains of the region, but the sniper of the terrorist militia Houthi ended his life with one bullet just for fun .

Earlier, anotherchild ,Hisham al-Derbiwas killed by the houthi militia in the same area.

Al-Huthi militia killed hundreds of civilians, including women and children, in Taiz province and other regions of yemenduring the years of war in yemen .