Amsterdam - Saba
The Arab Initiative for Education and Development, and the Yemeni Coalition for Independent Women, in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam, organized an exhibition of photographs on the recruitment of children in wars under the title (the crimes of the present and the future) to expose the crimes of the Houthi militia in recruiting child fighters to expend their lives in the militia's futile wars against the Yemeni people.
The exhibition contained dozens of photographs that highlight the suffering of children in the areas of Houthi militia control, as well as pictures of children who were recruited while receiving combat and arms use training, in addition to pictures showing a group of children fighting on the fronts, and pictures of children killed In military confrontations.
The exhibition coordinator, head of the Yemeni coalition for independent women, Dr. Wissam Basandaouh, said that the exhibition contains photos of children who were recruited among the Houthi terrorist militias, using the extremist religious discourse to wash the brains of children whom the militia continues to recruit and deploy into the battlefield without taking into account the simplest principles of human rights.
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