(Saba)- Secretary-General of the Arab League A hmed Aboul-Gheit on Monday appealed to the international community and humanitarian organizations to immediately provide assistance and relief to Yemenis.
Shura presidency condemns blowing up of houses by Houthi terrorists
ADEN - SABA
The presidency of the Yemeni Shura Council has condemned the continuing blowing up of houses by the Iran-allied terrorist militia of Houthis.
In a statement following the militia's bombing of the house of Hussein Saleh Albarmani a tribal oppositionist to the militia in Al Zaher district in central Yemen's Beidha governorate, the Shura presidency said, "This systematic demolishing of villages to force the displacement of peope is a war crime." It said, "This terrorist crime is a new addition to the previous crimes of blowing up the houses of politicians, rights activists, journalists, trade union members, tribal chieftains and ordinary citizens."
The statement said there is "no difference between such crimes and the crimes of Al-Qaeda and ISIS" against their oppositionists.
The statement said the militia who fight have over the past six years blown up "around 1000 houses."
It ruled out that peace can be feasible with this militia demanding the international community to both set a limit to their systematic crimes and put them on the international terrorist organizations list to make sure they don't get away with the atrocities and terrorism they have committed.