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Basundowah: Houthi militia kidnapped 1180 women, recruited 30,000 children
[18/02/2022 07:58]

The Chairwoman of Yemeni Alliance for Independent Women Wesam Basundowah has revealed that Houthi militia kidnapped 1180 women and subjected them to the worst forms of crimes and torture in the militia's detention cells.

In the right symposium participated by a number of politicians, rights people and journalists and organized by the alliance via video-conferencing technology entitled: " Houthi Militia's Targeting of Displaced People Camps and Civil Establishments are War Crimes," Basundowah pointed out that the militia recruited more than 30 thousand children as soldiers and brainwashed more than 60 thousand others in Houthi summer camps.

The Head of Rights and Freedoms Committee in the Arab Parliament, the Member of Yemeni Shoura Council Alawi al-Basha and a number of journalists and rights people reviewed shelling of Houthi militia of displaced people camps and civil establishments, planting landmines, depriving children from education and using their schools as military bases and military warehouses, as well as brainwashing them to use them as timely bombs similar to al-Qaeda and Daesh approach.

The participants confirmed that the militia failed to be a political movement and carried out a coup against the state and became a hand to Iran to destabilize the region.

They demanded the international community to take firm position to stop Houthi militia's crimes and violations against Yemeni people and neighboring countries.

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