Al-Eryani condemns Houthi militia for bombing the houses of its opponents
Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism Muammer al-Eryani decried with the strongest terms the Iran-allied Terrorist Houthi militia for bombing the houses of the citizens Saleh bin Saleh al-Dowllah, Abdullah Saleh al-Dowlla and Saleh Nasser al-Dowlla al-Gahmi in the region of al-Zowr in the district of Serwah of Marib governorate.
The militiamen are reported to have bombed the houses of the aforementioned fellows on the first day of Eid al-Fiter, displaced the families including women and children.
The Minister described these criminal actions as a war-crime, blatant violation of the International and Humanitarian Laws.
In a statement to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) al-Eryani noted that it happened earlier, in the onset of this year, that the Houthi militiamen bombed the houses of six citizens of the militia’s opponents in the same village.
It is important to mention that national human rights organizations reported that the Houthi militiamen bombed some 700 houses of the statesmen, military and security commanders, politicians, journalists and sheiks.
The Minister called on the International community, UN and its special envoy to Yemen to speak out about these terrorist practices which further worsening the humanitarian misery, undermine the efforts to deescalate the conflict, renew the truce and make peace in Yemen.