Gov't urges Int'l community to listen to victims of Houthi abuses 

Debriefer
2020-12-23 | Since 11 Month

Muammar Al-Eryani

RIYADH (Debriefer)--Yemen's internationally recognised government on Tuesday urged the international community to listen to the victims of Houthi abuses.
Information minister Muammar Al-Eryani wrote on Twitter: "The international community should listen to children, women and men who have been victims of Houthi abuses".
"They have been forcibly disappeared, kidnapped, tortured and displaced and their homes destroyed," he said, urging to do justice to them through designating the Houthis as a terrorist group and guaranteeing Houthi leaders involved in violations will not go unpunished.
The government has been calling for designating the Houthis since US media outlets revealed last month that the US administration was considering putting them on the list of terror.
But Washington designated the Houthi group as an entity of particular concern for violations against religious freedom.
The group has been controlling Yemen's capital Sanaa and northern and western regions since it ousted the government in September 2014.


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