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Human rights report records 1,444 Houthi violations
[10/11/2022 02:50]
Aden - Saba
The Yemeni Network for Rights and Freedoms revealed that 1444 cases of violations were committed by the Houthi female terrorists known as the Zainabiyat Brigades during the period from December 2017 until the end of October of this year 2022 AD.

The network said in a report it documented violations by the "Zeinabiyat" including the arbitrary arrest and detention of women, looting, sexual assault, beatings, torture, facilitating rape in secret detention centers, and the prosecution of a number of female activists. Yemeni women, and the assault on women sit-ins in some provinces controlled by the terrorist Houthi militia.

The Zaynabiyat who deploy at checkpoints at the entrances and exits of some cities also undertake the dirty mission of forcible recruitment of school and university girls.

The report said that the Houthi militia assigned many tasks to the Zainabiyat Brigades, most notably focused on incitement, indoctrination and sectarian education by giving lectures, lessons and courses to groups of women and girls in every district, and neighborhood in the governorates it controls, whether in mosques or in the homes of citizens and public halls such as schools and gatherings to promote the group’s ideology.

The report revealed that the "Zeinabiyat" is a highly trained group of women to carry out the incursions and arrests of women activists, and to break up demonstrations and vigils, in addition to other special tasks, such as spying and inciting opponents, monitoring opinions and prosecuting activists in private sessions and workplaces..emphasizing that this formation "Zeinabiyat" has today become an intelligence agency directed towards women, specializing in the dirty tasks of the Houthis.

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