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FM: Houthi militias, enemy to everything in Yemen
[04/05/2017 08:45]

Brussels, (Saba) – Houthi-Saleh's militias are enemy to to everything in Yemen; they are enemy to civility, coexistence and human rights, Deputy Prime Minister, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdul-Malik al-Mikhlafi has said.

"Targeting media and torturing journalists and opinion holders is a mere case shows us what the group of coup {Houthi-Saleh's Alliance} hides," added al-Mikhlafi in a meeting with the Secretary General of International Federation of Journalists Anthony Bellanger here on Thursday.

He demanded from the new elected leadership of the federation more attention and shedding lights on journalist issues in Yemen so that the world will know the horrible crimes of the coup (Houthi-Saleh rebels) and its symbols and documenting their crimes against journalists and then publishing them.

"For examples violations against journalism and its affiliates have been varied for more than two years; kidnapping, breaking into media locations and seizing tools and equipment, shutting down newspapers and prosecution in one session for less than an hour," said al-Mikhlafi, citing the case of journalist al-Jubaihi, who was sentenced to death by Houthi court three weeks ago.

" The the federation is the biggest body gathering the colleagues of the letter and the pen in the world within a general assembly of 600 thousand male and female journalists in the world and the union is aware of the difficult situations in Yemen," said Bellanger.

The meeting dealt with expected visit of a delegation of IFJ to Yemen to study the situation from the ground.



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