Houthis start prosecuting five Yemeni journalists
9/11/2018 1:18:00 AM
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Alsahwa Net- The Houthis on Monday started prosecuting five Yemeni journalists who have been held in their prisons for more than three years.
Rights sources told Alsahwa Net that the militias on Monday investigated the journalists Essam Bel-Ghaith, Tawfeeq al-Mansouri, Salah al-Ka’edi and Haitham al-Shehab.
Yemeni activists decried such “frivolous behaviors” conducted by the Houthis against the journalists, affirming that the prosecution of the journalists by the State Security Court is a violation of the Yemeni laws.
The Houthis have been detaining the journalists Abdul-Khaleq Eran, Salah al-Ka’edi, Tawfeeq al-Mansouri, Esam Bel-Ghaith, Hassan Anab, Hisham Tarmoum, Hisham al-Yousfi, Haitham al-Shihab, Akram al-Walidi and Harith Hamid for more than three years without any trial.
Meanwhile, the Yemeni Journalist Syndicate has decried the prosecution of the journalists, asserting the investigation of the journalists by the State Security Court is a violation of the state laws.
The syndicate demanded to release the journalists and rehabilitate them, affirming that they are subjected to grim violations which their perpetrators must be hold accountable.