Reports

YEMEN: HELL OF CHILDHOOD

Report on Houthi Human Rights Violation in the Arhab Tribe - Dec 2014 - Dec 2016

Yemen: Rights Radar issued a human rights’ report on suffering of children during the four-year war

Amsterdam 13/02/2019:

Rights Radar for Human Rights, based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, said that the armed conflict in Yemen has resulted in killing and wounding of more than 6,700 children. Most of these children were targeted by the direct shelling and sniping, the mine explosion and explosive devices. In addition, they were killed in the fighting fronts or by the missile strikes.

It explained in its report entitled (Yemen: Hell of Childhood), Rights Radar places the responsibility for this war on three parties: the armed group of Ansar Allah (Houthis), the forces of their previous ally, former President Ali Saleh and the Arab Coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia or the Yemeni Government forces.

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Yemen: Horrific Killing of Civilians

Report on Houthi Human Rights Violation in the Arhab Tribe - Dec 2014 - Dec 2016

Yemen suffered for decades from consecutive political crises and armed conflicts instigated by the geo-political situation, and the national, regional and international policies. These factors have negatively affected the livelihoods of people which were worsened by the corruption of the ruling regime, exclusion of all parties, and monopoly of power and wealth. The little margin of existing democracy did not tamper the increased national resentment running counter to the oppressive political regime.

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Yemen: Suppressing Voices

Report on Houthi Human Rights Violation in the Arhab Tribe - Dec 2014 - Dec 2016

Along with the oppressive measures against media freedom, new appointments were made to those loyal to the Houthi group and they replaced staff of the previous government. The Houthis took full control of all state media outlets and shut down all private media outlets critical to their views.

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Yemen: Victims Behind Bars

Report on Houthi Human Rights Violation in the Arhab Tribe - Dec 2014 - Dec 2016

The armed Houti group lanched the worst massive detention campaign in the two and half years since its takeover of Sana'a the Yemeni capital, along with other governorates. The campaign was fought against their opponents from politics, academia. Human rights organizations and the media according to human rights organizaations, the core values of the national legislation including the constitution

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Yemen.. Deadly Blockade

Report on Houthi Human Rights Violation in the Arhab Tribe - Dec 2014 - Dec 2016

 

This Report is informed by the ongoing monitoring by Rights Radar's local monitors network deployed in most Yemeni provinces and the use of other local official sources of various parties, including the government and Houthi sources the Southern Transitional Council (STC), the General People's Congress (GPC) and the Yemeni Islah Party, as well as sources from international organizations operating inside Yemen.

The writers of this report committed themselves to professional standards and objectivity in the preparation and verification of the information and content, to transmit an accurate image of the situation in Yemen during the period covered by this report...

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Yemen: Arhab - Brutality of Houthi’s Revenge

Report on Houthi Human Rights Violation in the Arhab Tribe - Dec 2014 - Dec 2016

The 33 year presidency of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh led the country into an insurmountable situation of corruption that resulted in Yemen's position as the world's thirteenth failed state according to the American Peace Fund for failed states in 2011. Following these results, Yemen's cities have witnessed widespread popular protests calling for a new president. The Arhab Tribe, located north of the capital sana'a was one of the most prominent tribes that supported protester demands for a regime chang. The Arhab Tribe's support for the protests exposed them to the worst types of abuse by former president Ali Abdullah Saleh forces and armed allies such as the Ansar Allah movement or the Houthis. The government declared war against the Arhab Tribe during March 2011 - June 2012 as a result of the Arhab tribe's absolute refusal to use the army and security forces to ...

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