MARIB - SABA
Female students of Saba University in Marib have demanded the international community and Security Council to shoulder their moral and legal responsibility towards inhabitants of al-Abidiah District, north-west Marib, who are besieged by Houthi militia for two weeks and are deprived from food, water and medicines.
In the sit-in organized on Thursday, the female students condemned silence of international community and the two envoys, the UN and US over silence towards malicious humanitarian crimes committed by Houthi militia against Yemeni people, especially people of Marib.
This silence has encouraged the militia to commit more crimes, led by the absolute blockade against the people of remote Abidiah District, which lacks any public services and reserve of food, water, fuel and medicine.
The students warned of the international community of danger of its negligence under continued siege of the militia against more than 150 thousand inhabitants at al-Abiddiah District along with continuous shelling by Houthi militia's ballistic rockets and drones on these besieged people.
The female students of Saba University condemned also deprivation of their female colleagues in al-Abidiah and Harib districts from continuing their university studies and forced them to leave their university by the siege and blocking roads, making others displaced along with their families in other places.
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