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 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 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.