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Houthis fired ballistic missiles on villages before storming them, activists say
[12/03/2019 12:09]

The Houthi coupist militia fired ballistic missiles on the villages of Hajoor tribe for two months before storming them on Sunday and committing genocides, Yemeni activists have told UN officials.

Members of the Yemeni Coalition for Monitoring Human Rights Violation and other CSOs said in a statement they handed over to the head of the UNHRC and to the OHCHR that the radical militia used "ballistic missies which are known to be internationally prohibited to shell mountainous villages" incurring huge damage and high casualties among women and children in that tribal region of Hajja province in north Yemen.

"The militia did not just shell villages with missiles internationally banned in civil strife, they even issued a compulsory "Tribal Pledge" that obliges tribesmen to cooperate in cracking down on oppositionists including civil oppositionists to the militia's rule.

The statement pointed to the militia's major crime of "planting one million landmines in the country's land and sea which have so far claimed 900 civilian lives an injured nearly 10 thousand others including children and women in Taiz and Hodeidah."

The landmines have also led to "high toll of incapacitation amonh civilians including children and women who lost limbs and got their bodies disfigured in a painful way," read the statement calling for the prosecution of the militia's leaders in the International Court of Justice.

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