Wholesale violations..Houthi crimes by land and sea in the governorates of Yemen

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He adds in exclusive statements to the site "Sky News Arabia: "Iran The Houthi militias have been trained to hijack ships and disrupt international navigation and provide them with information on navigation and ship transit routes".

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accusingto the Yemeni government Legitimacy of militias b"Army loot"cash reserves and the public treasury, putting millions below the poverty and starvation line.

The report monitors the facts of violations committed by militias against civilians in 18 Yemeni governorates during 2021, bringing a total of 5,091 crimes and affecting 21 basic human rights.

These crimes varied between murder, torture, kidnapping, arbitrary arrest, enforced disappearance, and laying land and sea mines of all kinds.

Taiz governorate came first in terms of violations, followed by Shabwa, Sana’a, Ma’rib, Hodeidah, Ibb, Aden and Saada. The stronghold of Houthi terrorists.

terrible violations

Violation of the existing right to bodily integrity topped 1,938 cases; Including 983 crimes of physical assault, 442 cases of arrest, enforced disappearance and arbitrary detention, as well as 153 crimes of torture and 17 cases of kidnapping.

In the second place of the Houthi crimes against civilians in Yemen came the violation of the right to life; Including 998 extrajudicial killings, including 765 violations of the right to property, 521 violations of the right to housing against civilians, 229 violations of freedom of movement and travel, 184 violations of the right to work, and a crime of violating the right to work. Fair trial with 66 incidents.

While the militias committed 69 crimes against freedom of opinion and expression, and 63 crimes related to freedom of assembly, the violation of the right to freedom of religion amounted to 39 cases, 16 crimes of sexual assault, and collective punishment against civilians was 12 crimes.

Heavy humanitarian bill

Yemeni Information Minister Muammar Al-Eryani says: "Since this hateful dynastic movement took up arms against the Yemeni state, its name has been associated with murder, draughts, torture, bombing and abuse that amount to crimes against humanity.".

He adds that "Continuing international silence regarding militia crimes will prolong the suffering of the Yemeni people and turn the country into a hotbed of terrorism and a source for its spread in the region and the world.".

Duration: "It is unreasonable for the world to remain silent about organized terrorism that kills about 30 million people and threatens the international shipping route".

Since September 21, 2014, Yemen has paid a heavy price for the Houthi coup, represented in the killing of more than 40,000 people and the injury of tens of thousands in direct military attacks, or by planting thousands of mines on roads and farms.

Starting in 2015, the Houthi militia began randomly to deploy mines and booby-trapped boats in the Red Sea, in addition to launching missiles from the nearby coasts.

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The report, obtained by Sky News Arabia, revealed that Iranian-backed militias committed 5,091 humanitarian crimes against defenseless civilians in 18 governorates, ranging from enforced disappearances, arrests and torture.

Since 2014, the Houthi militia has turned Yemeni cities into a bloodbath, through the brutal bombing of residential neighborhoods with ballistic missiles and the inclusion of tens of thousands of its members and children in the incinerators of war, as well as the escalating acts of piracy in the Red Sea, the latest of which was the kidnapping of the civilian ship “Rawabi”, which carries the flag. Emirates on January 5th.

Houthi Maritime Crimes

The report issued by the National Forum for Human Rights in Yemen said that during the 7 years of Houthi control of Sanaa, commercial ships in the Red Sea were subjected to continuous terrorist attacks, threatening 13 percent of the volume of international trade annually, off the coup-controlled areas, according to estimates attributed to official data.

The report documented the commission of thousands of crimes during the activities of militias in piracy off the coast of Somalia and in the Gulf of Aden.

The Houthis committed a series of violations amounting to war crimes in violation of international law, local laws, and international conventions and treaties ratified by Yemen, according to the report.

Those Houthi maritime crimes amounted to about 504 violations, including 183 cases of targeting international commercial cargo ships and military ships, and 49 cases of using the Red Sea shores for Iranian weapons smuggling operations to Yemen.

It also recorded 17 violations of targeting Yemeni and Saudi ports, planting 192 Houthi mines in the Red Sea waters, and perpetrating 63 attacks on fishermen and looting their property.

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Commenting on the Houthi piracy, Yemeni political analyst Abdul Sattar Al-Shamiri, head of the Khudood Center for Studies in Yemen, says: “The militias used the port of Hodeidah as a military base to launch their operations in the Red Sea, and turned the ports of Ras Issa and Salif into training bases for their pirates. Houthis“.

In exclusive statements to Sky News Arabia, he added:Iran The Houthi militias have been trained to hijack ships and disrupt international navigation and provide them with information on navigation and ship transit routes.

crimes against civilians

accusingto the Yemeni government Legitimacy of militias by “plundering army equipment,” cash reserves and the public treasury, and putting millions below the poverty and starvation line.

The report monitors the facts of violations committed by militias against civilians in 18 Yemeni governorates during 2021, bringing a total of 5,091 crimes and affecting 21 basic human rights.

These crimes varied between murder, torture, kidnapping, arbitrary arrest, enforced disappearance, and laying land and sea mines of all kinds.

Taiz governorate came first in terms of violations, followed by Shabwa, Sana’a, Ma’rib, Hodeidah, Ibb, Aden and Saada. The stronghold of Houthi terrorists.

terrible violations

Violation of the existing right to bodily integrity topped 1,938 cases; Including 983 crimes of physical assault, 442 cases of arrest, enforced disappearance and arbitrary detention, as well as 153 crimes of torture and 17 cases of kidnapping.

In the second place of the Houthi crimes against civilians in Yemen came the violation of the right to life; Including 998 extrajudicial killings, including 765 violations of the right to property, 521 violations of the right to housing against civilians, 229 violations of freedom of movement and travel, 184 violations of the right to work, and a crime of violating the right to work. Fair trial with 66 incidents.

While the militias committed 69 crimes against freedom of opinion and expression, and 63 crimes related to freedom of assembly, the violation of the right to freedom of religion amounted to 39 cases, 16 crimes of sexual assault, and collective punishment against civilians was 12 crimes.

Heavy humanitarian bill

Yemeni Minister of Information Muammar Al-Eryani says: “Since this hateful dynastic movement took up arms against the Yemeni state, its name has been associated with murder, dragging, torture, bombing and abuse that amount to crimes against humanity.”

He added that “the continuation of the international silence regarding the militias’ crimes will prolong the suffering of the Yemeni people and turn the country into a hotbed of terrorism and a source of its spread in the region and the world.”

He continued, “It is unreasonable for the world to remain silent about organized terrorism that kills about 30 million people and threatens the international shipping route.”

Since September 21, 2014, Yemen has paid a heavy price for the Houthi coup, represented in the killing of more than 40,000 people and the injury of tens of thousands in direct military attacks, or by planting thousands of mines on roads and farms.

Starting in 2015, the Houthi militia began randomly to deploy mines and booby-trapped boats in the Red Sea, in addition to launching missiles from the nearby coasts.

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