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 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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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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Yemen submits child recruitment file to human rights council

child recruitment file to human rights council

The Yemeni Ministry of Human Rights submitted to the Human Rights Council in Geneva files of more than 30,000 children recruited on the front lines by Houthi militias.

Yemen’s Minister of Human Rights Mohammed Askar said the ministry had documented the names of more than 30,000 children recruited by the Houthis, which he described as “destruction of the present and future of Yemen,” warning that the consequences are “catastrophic”

The recruitment of children in Yemen is enticed by financial rewards that exploit the needs of children and their families for money.

He pointed out that the Houthis aim to brainwash children and create a more radical and violent generation after being transferred from schools to barricades.

Hasna al-Bashiri and her two children attended the Human Rights Council in Geneva and explained the Houthi threat to Yemen’s children.

“Instead of finding health care and educational opportunities to build their country and move towards world peace, children are learning how to deal with weapons,” she said.

A group of women briefed the head of the UN NGO Committee, Astrid Stockelberger, and showed several pictures of dead children and others carrying weapons in their classrooms in Saada.

Stuckelberger said that these children have a bright future to serve their families first and then their homeland, adding that the images I saw were terrible.

Many Houthi terrorists eliminated in Saada

terrorists eliminated in Saada

The Arab coalition fighter jets launched a series of raids on Houthi militias in the Naqqa front in al-Safra district, north of Saada province, the main Houthi stronghold.

Dozens of people were killed and wounded in the Houthi terrorist militia.
Field sources said that the coalition fighter jets targeted, during the past hours, sites and fortifications of the Houthi militias in Shaja and Al-Hammad square in the Directorate of asfar.

The militias use these sites as a gathering point, build up reinforcements, and store weapons, as a springboard to attack the army’s forces in Safra.
The air strikes were dense and concentrated, and achieved its goals with high accuracy, and was able to destroy a number of barracks and fortifications belonging to the Houthi and their caches of weapons

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18000 Yemeni children used by the houthis as soldiers

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An official United Nations statistics revealed that the Houthi militia recruited more than 18 thousand children under the legal age in a number of provinces. The Yemeni Coalition for Monitoring Human Rights Violations (Rasd) said yesterday (Wednesday), in a seminar on the sidelines of the meetings of the Human Rights Council in its 42nd session in Geneva: that most of the children are recruited from schools, educational and religious centers, especially in large cities

Human rights activist Dr. Arwa al-Khattabi said in a paper titled “Recruiting Children” that the Houthi militia relied on tribal sheikhs in rural areas to recruit children and put them on the fronts in exchange for money or  benefits or political positions for the sheikhs. He estimated the number of children killed since the outbreak of war sparked by the Houthi of about 6,000children,the recruitment of children is increasing.

Dr.Arwa called on the international community to take a firm stand to pressure the militia to stop recruiting children

Meanwhile, human rights activist and journalist Hamdan Al-Ali said that the militia hunts school students and turns them into soldiers and sends them to the fronts, which leads to changing the identity of the society and its ideology and spread its extremist ideology through schools.

The human rights activist Dr. Mawaheb Al-Hamzi explained in her paper entitled (Houthi methodology and ISIS methodology) that the Houthi Zeinabiyat practiced intimidating activists and jurists and recruiting children in a similar way to terrorist and Daesh groups, taking advantage of living conditions. She confirmed that the militias turned mosques into military barracks and weapons depots

Yemeni minister: “The importance of not falling in the houthis trap and weakening the state”

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Yemen’s Information Minister ,Muammar al-Iryaniis warning  against attempts to weaken the state, hoping that Yemenis are aware that  the move undermines the battle to topple Houthi militias.

al-Iryani said in a series of tweets on his Twitter account That:

“Anyone who pushes for a political, military or moral defeat of constitutional legitimacy in the southern governorates is practically devoting Houthi militia control and pushing elites and the street in militia-controlled areas to surrender and acquiesce to their project,” he said.

He also appealed to the Yemenis to make peace, saying: “I sincerely call on our brothers and friends who are keen to bring peace to Yemen and all our Yemeni people to be a help to the state in this decisive phase of Yemen’s history, the challenges facing our country and the Arab region does not accept concessions Which touches the essence of the national battle. “

Al-Iryani’s remarks came after local media reported that gunmen stormed the headquarters of the Ministry of Information in the city of Aden, which witnessed two weeks ago battles and clashes.

Yemen: ISLAH “open the way” for the Houthis in Bayda

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According to field sources, the deliberate withdrawal of military units of the Islah Party from positions stationed in Baydah district in al-Bayda governorate, central Yemen, was a move that allowed Houthi militias to launch a surprise attack and try to make field progress.

The sources pointed out that the units of the Islah forces withdrew with their weapons and ammunition, but came to reinforce the fronts of fighting in Shabwa and elsewhere, which prompted militias stationed in the mountain “Baarf” to launch a surprise attack on the positions of the security belt forces and the southern resistance exposed in the mountain ” Qarhi” .

The security belt forces were able to counter the Houthi attack and defeat the militia members and incur the dead and wounded in their ranks.  The sources said that five of the security belt forces were killed, while six others were injured by mines controlled by militias remotely, and planted before retreating from these sites

Yemeni security seized drugs before it reaches the Houthis

The security services in the province of Al-Jouf, northeast of Yemen, on Monday, seized quantities of cannabis drug, thatwas on its way to the Houthi militias.

The Yemeni army website quoted a security source saying that a security point seizedin  the road between the provinces of Al-Jawf and Hadramout, a truck carrying 295 kilograms of drugs.

He explained that the quantities of hashish were on their way to the theHouthisterrorists , in the capital Sana’a.

the Yemeni security services, frequently seize large shipments of hashish and drugs on the way to the provinces under the control of the Houthis, amid intelligence information confirmed the involvement of the Iranian regime in it.

Earlier, Yemeni authorities destroyed tons of drug cannabis after sporadic arrests of smuggling gangs belonging to the Huthi militia, which used drug trade to fund its war effort.

Two children killed in YEMEN in a Houthi bombing on civilian houses

Two children were killed and their mother wounded by a houthibombing late on Saturday in the southern Yemeni city of Taiz.

According to local sources, a shell fired by al-Houthi militia in the Dar al-Nasr area in Saber al-Mu’amad, partially destroyed the house of Mohammed Ahmed Said, killing his two daughters and injuring his wife.

Medical sources confirmed the arrival of two dead children Hiba Mohammed Ahmed (6 years) and Hiam Mohammed Ahmed (8 years) to a hospital in the city, while Musk Saeed Mohammed injured , with several wounds in her body.

Yemeni activists on social media posted pictures of one of the two children,Stressing the continuing violations of Houthi crimes in Taiz.

Al-Huthi militias have stepped up raids and bombardments on residential neighborhoods in the city of Taiz, which has been besieged for four years now and keep on committing abuses and war crimes against civilians.