Yemeni gov't says Houthis have no intention for peace

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2020-07-06 | Since 1 Month

Yemeni govt says Houthis have no intention for peace

Riyadh (Debriefer) - The Houthis have no intention for peace, the Yemeni internationally-recognized government said Sunday, accusing the Iranian-backed of storming into the house of MP Abdul Razaq al-Hajri, looting his belongings and expelling his family.
"This coward act is a persistent series of violations and systematic robbery committed by the Houthi group against everyone opposes its opinion," the Yemeni human rights ministry said in a statement.
"These acts mean that the group doesn't respect rights to private property and commits the worst racist practices against Yemeni people.
"By their actions the Houthis prove they have no intention for peace," it added.
Houthi militiamen on armed pickups came to Bit Bous in Sana'a City, raided into the parliamentarian house, and forced his family out of the house, corroborated reports said.


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