Sana’a Condemns Massacre of “Al al-Harq” Family in Taiz
The Ministry of Human Rights in Sana’a government condemned on Friday the killing of women, the abduction of children, the infiltration into homes, the intimidation of their inhabitants, and the looting of their contents in the areas controlled by Saudi coalition in Taiz province.
In a statement received by Houthis-run Saba, the ministry condemned the recent armed clashes in Bir Basha between Saudi-backed forces, resulting in the killing and injuring of 12, including a woman.
It condemned the insecurity in areas controlled by Saudi-backed forces, the division of armed groups into gangs that practiced chaos, looting and terrorizing children and women, and the storming of houses on the basis of the military brigades of each group.
The Ministry of Human Rights called on the international community to take responsibility for these criminal acts, which confirm the absence of order and law in those areas, which are run by groups of coalition troops, engaged in looting, robberies, attacks, and multiple violations in the silence of their leaders at home and abroad.
The Ministry confirmed its absolute rejection of violations against citizens anywhere.
It pointed out that the crime of “Al al-Harq”, in areas controlled by Saudi-backed forces, is not the first to affect women and children in Taiz provinces and occupied provinces. It pointed out that there were many crimes against women and children of Taiz, Aden, and other provinces, in which the most heinous crimes and violations were committed, such as murder, dragging, and intimidation.
The statement of the Ministry of Human Rights held the United Nations, its bodies, and organizations fully responsible for what is happening to the children and women of Yemen in the provinces controlled by the States of the Saudi coalition and loyal forces.
In this regard, Sana’a Deputy Foreign Minister, Hussein Al-Ezzi, commented on the crime committed by the Saudi-backed Islah militants against citizens in Taiz province.
Al-Ezzi said on Twitter that Al-Islah’s extermination of a full family in Taiz is an unfortunate crime that target the human conscience.
Al-Ezzi added: We must as the youth of Yemen to hold the full responsibility to account this brutal, dark organization.