Rabat - Saba
Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization – ISESCO condemned United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF for supplying Houthis with 1000 tons of papers for printing new schools curriculum include sectarian ideas of the group.
These curriculum, which will be taught for children in three school levels of basic education; fourth, fifth and sixth, have been distributed by Houthis at their-held governorates, said ISESCO in a release posted on its website Saturday.
"This act violates the UN's attitude, which acknowledges the legal government recognized by the international community," said the organization, adding, such acts enforce rebel militias, who lack any form of legitimacy.
ISESCO called on member countries to denounce this immoral and illegal act, calling the UNICEF to respect the state in Yemen.
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