Houthis' practices only new chapter in their crimes history, says female activist

Houthis' practices only new chapter in their crimes history, says female activist

The chairwoman of Yemeni Women Empowerment Foundation said that "the recent Houthi militia's practices against a group of political, social, media and rights activists was only a new chapter in their history of crimes against the Yemeni people."

By practices Zaafran Mohammed Zayed was referring to last weeks Houthi order to the Sana'a Central Bank office to seize and detain the banks accounts and properties of more than 1,000 Yemeni pro-government officials.

Zaafran told Al-Asimah Online news site that Houthis' order "was not something new."  

"This group has been confiscating the funds and assets of Yemeni citizens and undermining the Yemeni state for three consecutive years," she said.

She said that the public properties "which the rebel militia has been looting on a directly daily basis is tens of times bigger."

"Prior to sending the latest order … the militia had confiscated the properties, funds and rights of 25 million Yemenis in the country and broke the inviolability of the human souls of thousands of civilians including women, children and elderly."

 

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