Hodeidah: 70 villagers kidnapped, lands confiscated as Houthis launch abuse campaign

Hodeidah: 70 villagers kidnapped, lands confiscated as Houthis launch abuse campaign

Marauding Houthi militiamen raided a cluster of villages in Hodeidah and arrested 70 villagers who tried with bare hands to resist a Houthi military campaign to confiscate their lands and properties on Tuesday, it is reported.

The terrorist militia reportedly raided Al-Qasra villages in Beit Alfakih district south of Yemen's Red Sea port of Hodeidah with militants crammed in 30 military pickup cars and using eight bulldozers to forcibly displace simple villagers and seize their properties, local sources have said.

The militia fired live ammunition causing more than eight casualties, raided houses and terrified women and children and kidnapped 70 males to the Hodeidah jails.

The brutal campaign and arrest of males forced women and children to flee to neighboring regions in the north and east of Beit Alfakih district.

The Houthi militia controlling most of north and west Yemen keep abusing civilians brutally and confiscating their lands in all parts of Yemen they control as part of the militia's to transfer properties' ownership to their racist dynastic leaders and create a demographic change in their favor.

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