The Ministry of Human Rights unearthed that the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council's (STC) militia has killed and injured 300 civilians, including women and children in Aden and Abyan provinces during storming houses in the two provinces.
The militia has also killed 11 injured soldiers while receiving treatments in hospitals, said the ministry in a release issued Friday, adding that the STC's most recently stormed a house for students from Shabwa province in Aden in addition to cracking down people in streets and arresting them illegally.
Saying it has received videos and photos to executions, torture and humiliation committed by the militia against soldiers, all breaches international law and human rights law, the ministry of human rights condemned these revenge crimes against people in Aden and Abyan.
It holds the Transitional Council responsible on bloodshed and illegal killing of civilians and soldiers in hospitals.
The ministry added that the crimes have been increased after UAE air raids against national army in Adenand Abyan, killing and injuring dozens followed by killing soldiers in hospitals and storming houses and violating honor norms.
The ministry called the National Committee of Human Rights to investigate these crimes and define the criminals for referring them to justice and called upon UN, UN High Commission for Human Rights and relevant international organizations to exert efforts for deterring the outlaw militias.
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