Human Rights Ministry condemns Houthi militias’ crimes against civilians
Ministry of Human Rights has condemned with the strongest terms the terrorist Houthi militias’ ongoing violations of the UN-humanitarian truce and the militias’ crimes and atrocities against the civilians mainly children, women and old people.
The Ministry noted that the most recent heinous crimes committed yesterday, Friday evening, in Taiz governorate. The militiamen targeted the house of Hashim Mohammed Ali with artillery round in the region of Hathran, the village of al-Meqbabah, of Taiz governorate.
The attack resulted in killing a child Mahmood Hashim Mohammed Ali (5-years old), injuring his mother Sua’d Ahmed Ali (35-year old) and his father Hashim Mohammed Ali (40-year old).
The report recalled Houthi militias’ drone attack on residential zone in Taiz city nearby Garden City Park, three days later of Eid al-Fither. The attack caused injuries to several people, material damages and panic among the civilians.
The report stated that on 9 May 2022 a woman called Za’afran Hezam Ahmed (60-year old) was killed by Houthi sniper gunfire who shot the woman dead while she was taking care of her rams in the area of al-Be’rarah, northern Taiz city.
On 27 April Houthi militia’s militants opened their gunfire on the civilians in the region of Mrkhazah in the district of Qa’tabah, western al-Dhale’a governorate. As a result the citizen Yahya Ali Azahari was killed, his brother Solaiman Ali Azhari wounded while they were looking after their cattle in their farms.
The Human Rights Ministry’s report cited statistics of Houthi militias’ breaches of the truce since it took its effects on 2 April until today, noting that Houthis’ violations reached (2782) distributed as follow: 656 in the flashpoints of Taiz governorate, 634 in the frontlines of al-Dhale’a, Lahj and Abyan, 386 in the fronts of the western coast and Hodeidah, 555 in Sa’ada and 551 in Marib and ALjawf.