Houthis commit 18,000 human rights violations in one year
The Iran-backed Houthi rebel militia committed more than 18,000 human rights violations in the capital Sana’a last year.
The Office of Human Rights, Sana’a branch, revealed a report launched today in a press conference in Marib, that the militia’s abuses included extrajudicial killing, enforced disappearances, torture, looting of people’s property and others.
Minister of Local Administration Abdraqeeb Fatah attended the event and delivered a word in which he highlighted the importance of monitoring and documenting Houthi militia’s crimes, and revealing them via all media outlets to the world.
He said the rights of the victims to prosecuting the Houthi militants won’t deteriorate with the passage of time.