Top Stories The second in two days… the death of a citizen as a result of brutal torture in the prisons of the Houthi militia in Sana’a

The second in two days… the death of a citizen as a result of brutal torture in the prisons of the Houthi militia in Sana’a





A citizen died as a result of brutal torture in the prisons of the Houthi coup militia in Sana’a. He is the second person to die under torture in just two days.

The Rights and Media Committee stated in a statement that Ali Hadi Misfir bin Rabaqa, 25, from Al-Jawf Governorate, was kidnapped nearly two months ago and died during torture in militia detention centers in Sana’a.

Noting that Bin Bariqah is a civilian who does not belong to any party and is considered one of the victims of the daily series of crimes committed by the terrorist Houthi militia against the people of Al-Jawf Governorate

The Committee expressed its denunciation and condemnation of such acts and violations, which are inconsistent with all local and international treaties and moral norms.

Demanding international and regional human rights organizations to exert more pressure on the militia by releasing the abducted civilians and bringing all violators to international justice.

On Monday, the kidnapped, Basem Abdul Karim Al-Hobari, died in the prisons of the terrorist Houthi militia in the capital, Sanaa, as a result of the brutal torture he was subjected to.

A Yemeni human rights coalition revealed that more than 1,600 abductees have been subjected to various types of physical and psychological torture and cruel treatment inside the prisons of the Houthi militia during the past six years.

The Yemeni Coalition for Monitoring Human Rights Violations has documented that 1,635 abductees were subjected to torture in the prisons of the Houthi militia, including 109 children, 33 women and 78 elderly people, distributed over 17 Yemeni governorates. and audio.

It is noteworthy that the Houthi militia is detaining thousands of activists, politicians, academics and students in its prisons in Sana’a and in the other governorates it controls, after abducting them from their homes and workplaces.

And government statistics revealed, earlier, that about 300 abductees and forcibly disappeared people were killed under torture in Houthi prisons seven years ago.

The prisons of the Houthi militia are witnessing horrific torture against the abductees in the various governorates under its control, and many of the abductees have died as a result of torture, according to several local and international human rights reports.

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