A latest human rights report revealed that the Houthi group has dedicated almost two thousand grave violations towards civilians within the Yemeni governorates beneath its management over the last 18 months.
The Yemeni Community for Rights and Freedoms stated, in a report, that it had documented the Houthi group committing about 1,969 grave violations towards civilians within the governorates beneath its management, in the course of the yr 2022 and the primary half of the yr 2023.
The report added that these violations diversified between killing, torture, disappearance, mutilation, sexual violence and rape. “Extrajudicial killings amounted to 486 murders, together with 183 direct killings, 61 killings of their family by Houthi components, 34 assassinations, and 18 subject executions.”
The report indicated that these violations additionally resulted within the damage of about 284 civilians with numerous accidents. The community’s subject crew additionally recorded “31,421 totally different legal offenses, together with 22,458 theft, and 547 forex counterfeiting.”
The report indicated that the Houthi group has “hysterically” elevated the frequency of crimes it commits towards the displaced and civilians in Ma’rib Governorate, including that these crimes “exceed of their brutality the crimes of the biggest terrorist organizations akin to ISIS and Al-Qaeda,” in response to the community.
The Yemeni Community for Rights and Freedoms confirmed that the rise and growth of those crimes, which it verified occurred in areas beneath the management of the Houthis, is “a sign that the group has turned Yemen right into a fertile setting for crime and arranged corruption.”