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Academics: The silence of the international community on the crimes of the Houthi militia encouraged it to commit more





Yemeni academics denounced the silence of the international community and human rights organizations about the horrific massacre committed by the Houthi militia against civilians in Marib, which killed 35 civilians, including women and children, noting that the crimes committed by the Iran-backed Houthi militia have no statute of limitations and the perpetrators will be held accountable as war crimes against humanity. .

Dr. Samir Atshan said that the silence of the international community and human rights organizations on the crimes committed by the criminal Houthi militia against Yemenis encouraged them to continue committing more crimes against Yemeni children and women.

He pointed out that the criminal Houthi militia explains the silence of the international community and human rights organizations in the world about their crimes against civilians in various regions of Yemen as a green light for them to continue committing more crimes against Yemenis.

Last Sunday, the Houthi militia committed a massacre against civilians in the city of Marib, with 3 missiles, targeting 35 civilians, most of them children and women, with 3 missiles.

Medical sources and local officials stated that the three ballistic missiles with which the militia targeted the neighborhood in the city center, killing two children and wounding 33 civilians, their injuries varied between serious and medium, including 4 women and 5 children between the ages of 7 months and 16 years, and 12 houses were damaged, in addition to Destroy 8 cars.

Atshan said in an interview with “Al-Sahwa Net” that the Houthi militias have been stripped of all human values, and they only know the culture of death and blood, and educate their members on a culture of violence and killing, and do not differentiate between a child, a woman, an elderly, a civilian and a warrior.

For his part, Dr. Shamsan Al-Husseini questioned the reason for the silence of the international community and human rights organizations and their failure to condemn the crimes committed by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia against children in Yemen seven years ago. He added, “Where are the human rights advocates about the massacres committed by the Houthi militia against civilians, the latest of which was the massacre of 35 civilians, including children and women, during the Houthi militia’s targeting of a residential neighborhood in the city of Ma’rib with three missiles? Where are the human rights defenders who deafened our ears to fabricated cases in the city of Taiz?” Why did they swallow their tongues and we did not hear from them about these terrible massacres?

In an interview with Al-Sahwa Net, Al-Husseini pointed out the need for the international community and human rights organizations to fulfill their duty to protect civilians from the brutality and violence of criminal militias, and to include the Houthi militia at the top of the list of perpetrators of war crimes against humanity, and to quickly arrest their leaders, who are in a number of countries, and submit them to the International Court of Justice. As they are responsible for the horrific crimes committed by the Houthi militia against civilians in Yemen.

Local and international human rights organizations and Arab and Western countries have condemned the crime and considered it a war crime against civilians, calling for the need to stop and address such crimes.

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