Iran-backed Houthi militia has committed (1433) of human rights violations and abuses against politicians, human rights activists and media men and women, according report issued by the Yemeni Alliance for Documenting Violations of Human Rights.
The report stated that these violations committed against (683) opponent politicians affiliate to the Yemeni Congregation for Reform( Al-Islah), (494) of the General People Congress (GPC) party's members and (28) politicians of other political parties.
The report, which made public in a seminar organized Friday in the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, cited that the militiamen committed (173) violations against media men, women and outlets. Some (55) violations were committed against activists and lawyers.
The report stated that these violations included (85) killings by machine gunfire and handgun attacks, (19) illegal executions, (10) victims died under torture,(7) victims were assassinated, (727) were subjected to abduction and detention, (79) cases of forced disappearances and (57) were subjected to torture. Other abuses included corporal attacks, storming houses and dismissing from jobs.
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