Houthis commit 3000 human rights violations in Dhamar

Houthis commit 3000 human rights violations in Dhamar

In its annual report, Nahdat Watan, a Yemeni NGO, reported that Houthis committed 3000 human rights violations in Dhamar during the year 2017.

The report which was unveiled at a press conference held today in Marib, said the rebels violations included killing, arrests, abductions, tortures, enforced disappearances, recruitment of child fighters, confiscation of rights and freedoms, and persecution of individuals and public and private institutions.

The report said that the Houthi coup militia turned government offices into secret prisons and military barracks and practiced the worst forms of torture against the detainees and forcibly disappeared.

The report called on all local and international human rights organizations, both governmental and non-governmental, to monitor all violations committed by the Houthi militia against civilians, document them, and publish them in the press.

The report called on the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to pressure the militias to stop these violations, spare civilians the risk of war and stop recruiting child fighters.



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