Muammar al-Eryani, Minister of Information, confirmed that the terrorist Houthi militia carried out field executions of civilians in the villages of Al-Haymah area in Taiz Governorate and the mutilation of corpses and their crucifixion on trees.
In a series of tweets reinforced with brutal photos on his Twitter account, al-Eryani said that these crimes, which were committed by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia, were carried out in the manner of the two organizations of Al-Qaeda and ISIS.
A Yemeni human rights organization has documented 2,313 violations committed by the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia against civilians in Dhamar Governorate, in the center of the country, during 2020.
In its annual report, in which it talks about the human rights situation in Dhamar Governorate during the year 2020, Musawah Organization for Rights and Freedoms said that the violations ranged from individual to collective violations, in addition to attacks on public and private property.
A human rights report confirmed that the terrorist Houthi militia committed 613 crimes and violations against civilians in al-Baydha Governorate during the year 2020.
In its annual report, entitled "The Bitter Harvest," the Human Rights Office in al-Baydha governorate listed numbers of Houthi crimes and violations that were monitored and documented during the year.
According to the report, the terrorist Houthi militia committed 57 cases of killing of civilians, including 7 women and 8 children,
The Chairman of the Supreme Authority of the Yemeni Islah Party, Muhammad bin Abdullah al-Yadumi, said, "The citizens were very happy at the return of the government to the interim capital, Aden, despite the event that accompanied this return, which is the attempt to assassinate the members of the government after the plane carrying them landed a few minutes."
In a post on his Facebook account, al-Yadumi added, “The insistence of the prime minister and members of the government to stay in
The Yemeni Network for Rights and Freedoms reported today, Monday, that it has documented 334 violations of human rights in the Al-Hayma area in Al-Taiziyah Directorate, Taiz Governorate, that were committed by the Houthi militia during the period from 6 to 11 January.
In its report, the Network stated that the violations varied between willful killing, injury, abduction, enforced disappearance, displacement and denial of access to treatment, food and water as a result of the siege imposed by th
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