Yemen: Al Houthi recruitment of Africans a war crime
Abu Dhabi: The Iranian-backed Al Houthi militia continues to lure African refugees and immigrants, recruit them by force and sending them to the crematorium, stressing that using them in suicide attacks is a “war crime,” Yemeni Minister of Information, Muammar Al Eryani, said
Al Eryani tweeted:, “The Iran-backed Al Houthi militia continues to lure African refugees and immigrants, recruiting them by force and sending them to the crematoriums, with the bill for its losses rising and the depletion of its human resources, as a result of its military adventures on various fronts in the Marib governorate, and the reluctance of tribesmen to respond to calls for recruitment and mobilisation.”
He added: “The Al Houthi militia’s admission of recruiting African refugees and immigrants, throwing them into suicide attacks, and exploiting them in combat actions targeting the security and stability of Yemen and neighboring countries and threatening international interests, is a war crime, crimes against humanity, and a clear violation of international laws and norms.”
He called on human rights organisations to condemn the terrorist Al Houthi militia’s recruitment of African migrants and refugees and their exploitation in hostilities, and to pressure the militia to stop using them as fuel for its futile battles and to implement the agenda of the Iranian regime and its subversive policies in Yemen and the region.
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