A human rights report revealed that the Houthi militia committed 1,600 violations and crimes against residents of the capital, Sanaa, from January to August 2023.
According to the report, issued by the Capital Sana'a Media Center, these crimes ranged from looting money, confiscating public and private property, to issuing confiscation rulings by the Houthi-run courts.
The director of the center, Abdul Salam Al-Ghubari, reviewed the report titled “The Impoverishment of Sana’a... Crimes of Looting and “Starvation” during a cultural symposium organized by the Center today in the city of Marib, and the militia's methods in practicing the crimes of starvation and impoverishment.
Al-Ghubari confirmed that the report traced impoverishment and starvation against the residents of the capital Sanaa, and the most prominent of these methods was targeting the private sector, imposing nefarious taxes and customs, and plundering capital and private property.
The report also indicated that the Houthi militia carried out more than 30 military campaigns from the beginning of this year until last August, armed campaigns by the militias to plunder lands and private property, indicating that they were more than 30 military campaigns carried out by the Houthi militia to plunder lands and bring about a demographic change in the areas surrounding Sana’a, such as Beni. Al-Harith, Bani Matar and Hamdan.