A human rights report documented more than 8,140 crimes committed by the Houthi coup militia against education in Sana’a, the capital.
According to the report prepared by the Human Rights Office in Amanat Al-Asimah entitled “Education between bulldozing and sectarianism,” the crimes included killings and deaths under torture, dismissal and abuse of teachers, changing curricula, privatizing schools, and activities and activities that sectarianize education.
The Minister of State, Secretary of the Capital, Major General Abdul-Ghani Jamil, said at the ceremony to publicize the report that was held today in the governorate of Ma’rib, he said that the Houthi militia continues to commit crimes against the Yemeni people and attack the educational process and teachers, calling on the concerned authorities internally and externally to stand seriously against these violations Gross.
He stressed that the only way to stop the coup militias from continuing their attacks against the Yemenis and their rights is to complete the liberation of Yemen from the control of the Houthi militia and rid the Yemeni people of it.
The director of the Human Rights Office in Amanat Al-Asimah, Fahmi Al-Zubairi, reviewed the militia’s violations of the right to education in the capital city within a year and its targeting of teachers and the spread of sectarian thought in school curricula, and the great danger it poses to generations, students and society.