After the crime of execution of the nine citizens in Sanaa by the terrorist Houthi militia, the denunciations did not subside, whether on the local or Arab arena.
After the Yemeni Parliament Presidency announced that this crime is a real catastrophe and conclusive evidence of the politicization of the judiciary by the Houthi militia, the Arab Parliament condemned the continuation of the putschists with their criminal acts.
And he considered in a statement, Saturday, that the militia continues its violations of human rights against the Yemeni people, especially with regard to the most sacred and supreme of these rights at all, which is the right to life, according to him.
The need to deter terrorist militia
He also stressed the need for international solidarity and serious work to deter this terrorist militia that does not care about any international laws, warning that the inaction of the international community will encourage this coup militia to continue its terrorist acts.
In the same context, the Arab Parliament called on all international human rights institutions to condemn this terrorist act and take the necessary legal measures to ensure the prosecution of the perpetrators of this crime against humanity, which is added to the terrorist record of the Houthi militia.
In turn, Sabah Hamid, head of the Association of Mothers of Abductees, Ma’rib Branch, confirmed that what happened was a major and unforgivable crime.
She added, in an exclusive statement to Al-Arabiya/Al-Hadath, that the world must intervene to prevent the crimes of the Houthis, stressing that there is no law that accepts executions without trials.
She stressed that this death penalty is one of the most heinous crimes that a human mind can imagine, calling on human rights organizations to intervene urgently.
As terrible as this crime will be the reactions
In a related context, the head of the Yemeni Shura Council, Ahmed Obaid bin Daghr, warned the Houthi militia of the repercussions of that crime.
The presidency of the Yemeni parliament had confirmed that the crime of executing the nine citizens in Sanaa is a real catastrophe and conclusive evidence of the politicization of the judiciary by the Houthi militia.
The Presidency of Parliament said in a statement today, Saturday, that the horrific scenes of executions, especially the scene of the child who could not stand on his feet while awaiting the execution, is very painful and should emulate the conscience of the world, according to the Yemeni news agency Saba.
She also appealed to the world and its relevant organizations to work to save the Yemeni people “from this terrorist gang that practices brutality and cruelty execution, in the manner and style of ISIS, and kills innocent people without justification and establishes mock trials that lack the most basic rules of international and humanitarian law,” stressing that “Houthi militias insist on continuing terrorism.” Yemeni society and continue its practices.
9 including a minor
It is noteworthy that the Houthis had shot dead 9 people, including a minor, earlier today, in Sana’a, after accusing them of involvement in the killing of the head of their political council, Saleh Al-Sammad.
Video clips spread among Yemenis on social media showed members of the Houthi militia discharging bullets in the heads of the detainees, while they were lying on the ground.
Al-Samad was killed, along with six others, in April 2018, in an air strike in Hodeidah, western Yemen. He was among the most prominent officials killed by the militias since the beginning of their coup against legitimacy in mid-2014.