A local governmental committee in Hajjah has discussed the humanitarian disaster resulting from the Houthi war on Kushar, a district of the north Yemen province.
In a meeting in the government-held district of Meedi on Monday, the committee of local officials including the province's governor Abdulkareem Assenayni reflected on the impact of the Houthi war crimes against unarmed civilians from Hajoor tribe over the past two months. The rebel militia committed nearly 7060 human rights violations, said the governor. "They varied from killing to arrest, forced displacement, arson against people's properties and raids and bombing of houses," he said.
He said that the Houthi atrocities rendered 91 tribesmen killed, 370 others arrested, 60 unaccounted for and 5082 displaced .
The militiamen looted 41 houses and occupied 110 houses and shops looting everything that belonged to the tribesmen.
The Committee deplored the silence of the international community including humanitarian organizations towards all those atrocities the Houthis committed.
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