Over 100 civil society organizations condemn massacre of Haradh
1/31/2019 8:44:00 PM
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Alsahwa Net- Over 100 Yemeni civil society organizations have condemned the massacre committed last week by the Iran-backed Houthi rebels against a camp of internally displaced persons in Haradh.
In a statement, the organizations said that the crime is a gross violation of the International Humanitarian Law, demanding the international community to intervene and put an end to the “systemic attacks” against civilians.
Houthi militias last Saturday committed a massacre against internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the district of Haradh in Hajjah governorate.
Local sources told Alsahwa Net that seven IDPs were killed and other 30 were wounded, most of them are children and women, when the Houths indiscriminately bombarded their camps.
The sources anticipated that the figure of the killed might increase, pointing out that some IDPs were seriously injured.
For its part, King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) has denounced the Houthi attack on Yemeni internally displaced persons in the district of Haradh in Hajjah governorate.
It depicted the incident as a gross crime, asserting that it follow up its consequences with the Yemeni authorities in Hajjah.
KSrelief asserted that the Iran-backed houth rebels indiscriminately bombard Yemeni areas, ignoring all human rights principles, treaties and conventions.
It called all UN and international human organizations to shoulder their responsibilities towards the Houthi atrocities, emphasizing that Yemenis severely suffer of the Houthis’ criminal acts.