ADEN - SABA
The Ministry of Human Rights has strongly decried the awful mass-executions carried out today by Iran-allied Houthi militia in the city of Sana'a against nine fellows in the militia-controlled regions.
In a statement learned by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) the Ministry said "We were deeply shocked today September 18,2021 by carrying out the illegal and injustice execution verdict in Sana'a, slaying nine persons among of them a child, they were shot dead heartlessly after they had been forcefully disappeared for a long time prior the execution".
The statement cited the names of the victims: Ali Ibrahim al-Qozi, Abdulmalik Ahmed Mohammed Humaid, Mohammed Ali Haij, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali al-Qozi, Mohammed Yahya Mohammed Noah, Ibrahim Mohammed Abdullah Aqel, Mohammed Ali al-Mashkhari, Mo'ath Abdullah Abbas and the child Abdulaziz Mohammed Ali al-Aswad. Meanwhile the tenth victim Ali Abdoh Kazabah died under brutal torture while he was imprisoned in Houthi militia detention center.
The Ministry described the execution ruling as illegal issued by illegitimate Court to openly terminate Stockholm Agreement, namely the article about releasing all abductees and prisoners of the politicians and journalists.
President al-Alimi convenes high-profile meeting includes Speakers of Parliament, Shura Council
Family killed and wounded as they drove over Houthi landmine in north Yemen
National Investigation Committee holds discussions with a team of Yemen Sanctions Panel
Eryani condemns Houthi storming of annual meeting of Baha'i sect and arrest of 17 participants
Dr. Abdullah al-Alimi praises American role in fighting terrorism, controlling weapons smuggling
Dr. Abdullah al-Alimi confers with British Ambassador over international efforts to revive political process
President al-Alimi praises UK's support for the Yemeni people
Health Ministry team participates in 76th session of the WHO's assembly
Al-Sharjabi approves $5 mln contribution to addressing the risks of the tanker "Safer"
Yemen participates in the Banking, Economic Arab-European Conference in Paris