Media bandits and politicians from Yemen and Jordan have designated the Houthis that is waging a three years long devastating insurgency in Yemen as a terrorist organization.
The Yemeni NGO, Development Media Association, opened a conference in the Jordanian capital Amman, on Wednesday and brought together dozens of politicians and media figures from both countries who support this idea. The event, under the slogan " The Houthi militia is a terrorist movement", is scheduled to address, over three days, the atrocities that the rebel militia has been committing against children, women and peaceful oppositionists in Yemen.
"The conference is meant to disclose the crimes and atrocities which the terrorist Houthi militia use to subject the society to its coercive savage rule and to force the government to offer more political concessions," the chief of the Association Fuad al-Mansouri told the press.
Al-Mansouri said that the rebels have been killing and displacing civilians, seizing their properties and arresting and torturing oppositionist journalists and writers." "The practices of this group is emblematic of the terror activity. They are the same as ISIL and al-Qaeda. They don't believe in the legitimate government, do no respect the international laws, but mobilizes all its diehard fighters and powers to reverse and violate the international law."
The conference will present factual records of the Houthi crimes against civilians and testimonies of abuse victims, themselves participants in the arrangement of the conference.
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