Houthis abduct 18 fishermen, put them in private prisons
11/19/2018 1:27:00 AM
الصحوة نت - خاص
Alsahwa Net- Houthi militias abducted on Sunday 18 fishermen from the port city of Hodeida and put them in private prisons.
Local sources said that the Houthis accused the fishermen of cooperating with the Yemeni army and the Arab Coalition, pointing out that the Houthis often charge anyone opposing them with the accusation of the collaboration with the Yemeni army and the Arab Coalition.
Local sources said that the fishermen were arrested because they previously refused to allow the Houthis to use them in carrying out attacks against the Arab Coalition’s marine forces.
The Houthis often force fishermen to cooperate with them and use their boats as tools to plant sea mines and transferring their fighters to Yemeni islands.
Meanwhile, landmines planted by Houthis had murdered dozens of fishermen in different areas of Yemen.
Military sources say that militias of the Houthis and Saleh planted a lot of landmines in the costs of Midi, pointing out that the Yemeni army managed to remove some of them.
They further say that these landmines planted in the coast are Iranian-made, pointing out that teams of the Yemeni army are still going on removing landmines.